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Academic Biography

Dr Jonathan Robinson is a Senior Lecturer in Research Methods at Teesside University. He came to work within the School of Health and Social Care following the completion of a BSc in Sports Therapy, an MSc in Physiotherapy, and a PhD in Rehabilitation. Jonathan was awarded a Doctoral Scholarship within the University in 2009 and his PhD thesis is titled ' The Effects of Exergaming Technology on Postural Sway, User-Acceptance and Flow Experience in People with Multiple Sclerosis'.

During his PhD Jonathan acted as a physiotherapy researcher on a number of research projects, investigating the effects of textured insoles in people with Multiple Sclerosis.

Jonathan teaches research methods and statistical analysis across a range of clinical programmes such as nursing, radiography and physiotherapy, from BSc to Doctoral degrees.

Jonathan has been the Postgraduate Tutor in the School of Health and Life Sciences since 2018 - and is responbille for processing PhD applications submitted to the School, as well as supporing current PhD students. Jonathan also sits on the Postgraduate Research Assessment Board. 


Summary of Research Interests

Jonathan's research interests are based around the relatively new concept of exergaming – the use of computer gaming technology as an exercise or rehabilitation tool. Through the completion of his PhD, these interests have extended out to clinical groups; specifically, people with Multiple Sclerosis.

Specifically, these include:

  • Exergaming
  • Virtual rehabilitation
  • Exercise in Multiple Sclerosis
  • Balance Training

External positions

Postgraduate Tutor


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