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Academic Biography

Mary-Anne Jess is a Graduate Tutor in the School of Health and Social Care. She graduated from the University of Manchester in 2005 with a BSc in Physiotherapy. Mary-Anne completed an MSc in 2014 in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Kings College London, which was accredited by the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP). 

After 10 years in clinical practice, Mary-Anne joined the physiotherapy lecturing team at Teesside University in 2015, teaching on both undergraduate and postgraduate modules. In 2016, Mary-Anne completed a Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), in Education and Training. In 2017 following completion of a Post Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (PgCLTHE) module, she became an Associate Fellow with the Higher Education Academy.

Mary-Anne is currently studying for a PhD in Integrated Care for Chronic Low Back Pain. Her work has involved evaluating the clinical outcomes of low back pain patients on the North East of England Regional Back Pain and Radicular Pain Pathway and the impact of symptom duration on outcomes. Her PhD supervisors are Dr Cormac Ryan, Professor Sharon Hamilton and Dr Shaun Wellburn. Mary-Anne continues to teach on the physiotherapy modules.

Education/Academic qualification

Teesside University

20152016

Award Date: 1 Jul 2016

Master, King's College London

20122014

Award Date: 1 Nov 2014

Bachelor, University of Manchester

20022005

Award Date: 1 Jul 2005

External positions

Associate Fellow, Higher Education Academy

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    Does duration of pain at baseline influence clinical outcomes of low back pain patients managed on an evidence-based pathway?

    Jess, M-A., Ryan, C., Hamilton, S., Wellburn, S., Atkinson, G., Greenough, C., Coxon, A., Ferguson, D., Fatoye, F., Dickson, J., Jones, A. & Martin, D., 1 Sep 2018, In : Spine. 43, 17, p. E998-E1004

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