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Kathy Jackson is a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy. She graduated from Coventry University in 1987 and has since specialised in the fields of neurological rehabilitation and community based rehabilitation, working within the UK and overseas. In 1995 she completed a master’s degree in Community Disability studies at the University of London.
Kathy joined the School of Health and Social Care in 2004 and has teaching responsibilities for undergraduate and postgraduate modules. She is the pathway leader for the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (Neurological Rehabilitation). In addition to her work at the University, she continues to work part time as a physiotherapist, providing support to community rehabilitation teams and clients with complex neurological dysfunction.
Summary of Research Interests
Kathy’s research interests are in the following inter-related areas:
- service user perspective of living with a neurological condition and using neurological services
- user involvement in design, delivery and evaluation of community rehabilitation services
- self management for people living with long term neurological conditions
- effectiveness of specific physiotherapeutic interventions and interdisciplinary service delivery approaches within neurological rehabilitation.
Patient reported experiences of using community rehabilitation and/or support services whilst living with a long-term neurological condition: a qualitative systematic review and meta-aggregation.Jackson, K., Hamilton, S., Jones, S. & Barr, S., 18 Jun 2018, In : Disability and Rehabilitation. p. 1-18 18 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Patient reported experiences of using community rehabilitation and/or support services whilst living with a long-term neurological condition: a qualitative systematic review and meta-aggregation