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Friday
Nov232018

INTERDISCIPLINARY #MovementForMovement RESOURCE CONTRIBUTORS 

2016-2018 RESOURCE UPDATE AUTHORS AND CONTRIBUTORS

This initiative has been led by Ann Gates. Curricula development and resources were developed by: Ann Gates MRPharmS, Member of the World Heart Foundation Emerging Leaders Programme 2014-2019.

Dr David Lipman, MBBS. BHlthSci(Pod)Hons. BAppSci(HMS)Hons. Doctor Gold Coast University Hospital and Associate Lecturer, Griffith Medical School, Australia. Dr Brendon Stubbs, Head of Physiotherapy, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Post-doctoral research physiotherapist, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, Kings College London, UK. Julian Donovan, Medical Student at Newcastle University, UK. Dr Theresa Harvey-Dunstan PhD MSc BSc(HONS) MCSP SRP, Assistant Professor, Division of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Science, University of Nottingham.UK. Nick Clarke, National Programme Manager for Physical Activity at Public Health England, UK. Tessa Strain, Physical Activity for Health Research Centre (PAHRC), Edinburgh University, Scotland, UK. Dr. John Brooks MBBS, PhD Academic Clinical Fellow in General Practice, Population Health Institute, St. George’s University of London. Christopher Tuckett BSc MCSP, Falls Prevention Practitioner at The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust. Dr Jonathan Moses MSc BMBS BA Hons, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and Research Associate at ARUK Centre for Sport, Exercise and Osteoarthritis, UK. Professor Gerard Danjoux (MBBS, FRCA), Consultant Anaesthetist and Research Lead South Tees NHS Foundation Trust, Committee Member Royal College of Anaesthetists Perioperative Medicine Initiative, UK. Dr James Durrand, Speciality trainee in Anaesthesia and NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow, The James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, UK. Dr Hayley Mills (CPsychol), HCPC Registered Psychologist, Senior Lecturer in Exercise and Health Psychology, Canterbury Christ Church University. Dr Marlize De Vivo, PhD (GSR); Senior Research Fellow, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. Professor Karen Dwyer, nephrologist and transplant physician and Deputy Head, School of Medicine Deakin University Australia. Dr Thomas J Wilkinson, Exercise physiologist, Leicester Kidney Exercise Team, University Hospitals of Leicester and University of Leicester, UK. Dr Amitava Banerjee, Senior Clinical Lecturer in Clinical Data Science and Honorary Consultant Cardiologist, University College London. Dr Dan Fitzpatrick MBChB, BSc (Hons), Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Brighton. Anna Lowe MCSP, MSc, FHEA, Ph.D Researcher, Health & Wellbeing Institute, Sheffield Hallam University and Physical Activity Clinical Champion, Public Health England, UK. Kate Sansum, Research Assistant at the Children's Health and Exercise Research Centre, University of Exeter, and Sport and Exercise Science Student at the University of Bath, UK. Professor Craig A. Williams (FACSM, FBASES), paediatric physiologist and Director of Children's Health & Exercise Research Centre, University of Exeter, UK. Dr Alan Barker, paediatric exercise physiologist and Associate Director of Children’s Health and Exercise Research Centre, University of Exeter, UK. Jamie Crew, Deputy Head Nurse Children, Young People & Family Health, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK. Marie Bolton, Specialist Paediatric CF Physiotherapist and Independent Prescriber, Nottingham Children’s Hospital, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK. Dr Tom Maden-Wilkinson (PhD) Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Dr Martino Franchi (PhD) Balgrist University, Switzerland. Mr David Hembrough (MSc, PGDip, ASCC) Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Mr Kaseem Kahn (BSc(Hons), CSCS), Strength for Life Ltd, UK. Mr Chris Hattersley, (BSc(Hons),MSc, ASCC, CSCS, CES), Strength for Life Ltd, UK. Professor George Metsios, Professor in Clinical Exercise Physiology, Faculty of Health Education and Wellbeing, University of Wolverhampton, UK. Dr Ian Lahart, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Physiology, University of Wolverhampton, UK. Professor Kamlesh Khunti, FRCGP, FRCP, MD, PhD, Head of Department and Professor of Primary Care Diabetes and Vascular Medicine, Diabetes Research Centre, University of Leicester and Leicester General Hospital, Leicester, UK. Dr. Abd A Tahrani MD, MMedSci, CCT (Endocrinology), PhD, SCOPE (National Fellow), FRCP (London) NIHR Clinician Scientist; University of Birmingham, Honorary Consultant in Endocrine, Diabetes and Weight Management; University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, UK. Dr Amit Arora, Consultant physician and geriatrician University Hospital North Midlands NHS Trust, UK.

 

STUDENT REVIEWERS 2018-2019

Rachel Dunley, fourth year Physiotherapy Student, University of Salford, UK. Kerry Haworth, third year student nurse University of Bolton, UK. Rebecca Parsons, final year Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Georgia Taylor, final year Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Jessica D’Amore, final year Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Megan Littlewood, final year Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Dawne Jones. Student BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing, Plymouth University (Drakes Campus), UK. Angharad Colinese, second year Midwifery Student, Swansea University, Wales, UK. Jonny Elliott, fourth year Medical student, Queens University Belfast, UK. Emma Gibson, PhD candidate, Birmingham City University. Jimi Osinaike MBChB, MSC SEM. Caryl Hunter, Third Year Physiotherapy Student. Oxford Brookes University, UK. Hayden Kilgour, 4th Year Physiotherapy Student, Otago University, New Zealand. Ben Shannon, 2nd year Physiotherapy student at The University of Nottingham. Sarah Bradder, third year Radiotherapy & Oncology student, Sheffield Hallam University, UK. David Williams, BSc Physiotherapy (Year 3) The University of Nottingham, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Professional Committee CSP Student Representative, UK.

 

Special thanks to co-editors: Dr David Lipman, MBBS. BHlthSci(Pod)Hons. BAppSci(HMS)Hons. Doctor Gold Coast University Hospital and Associate Lecturer, Griffith Medical School, Australia and Dr Brian Johnson, GP, Honorary Medical Advisor to Public Health Wales.

Thank you to the UK Council of Deans of Health for their continued support and network sharing.

2014-2015 authors

2014-2019

 

Dr Brian Johnson, General Practitioner and Honorary Medical Advisor to Public Health, Wales. Dr John H M Brooks, PhD (together with existing Kings College Medical School undergraduate course resources in association with Dr Ann Wylie and Kings Undergraduate Medical Education in the Community). Dr Simon Rosenbaum PhD, Senior Research Fellow, School of Psychiatry, UNSW Sydney, Australia. Dr Jane Thornton MD PhD, Resident Physician and Clinical Researcher, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada. Mr Ian Ritchie FRCS, President of the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Scotland. Steffan Griffin, Medical Student at University of Birmingham, United Kingdom. Professor Patrick Callaghan, Professor of Mental Health Nursing and Head of School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences Nottingham University Medical School, United Kingdom. Mr Jon Dearing, Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon, NHS Kilmarnock, United Kingdom. Ellinor Olander PhD Lecturer in Maternal and Child Health, City University London, UK. Fiona Moffatt PhD MCSP Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham, Division of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences. United Kingdom. Alan Taylor MSc MCSP Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham, Division of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, United Kingdom. Paul Hendrick PhD MCSP, Lecturer, University of Nottingham, Division of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences. United Kingdom. Victoria Hood PhD MCSP, Lecturer, Division of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. Dr Hamish Reid, Academic Clinical Fellow in Sport and Exercise Medicine, British Heart Foundation Centre on Population Approaches for Non-Communicable Disease Prevention, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. Jo Foster, Physical Activity Programme Lead, Macmillan Cancer Support, United Kingdom. Clare Stevinson PhD, Lecturer in Behavioural Aspects of Physical Activity and Health, Loughborough University, United Kingdom. Dr J Varney, Dr M Brannan, Dr Z Williams, R Shaw and H Ridgley: Public Health England. Dr David Lipman, MBBS. BHlthSci(Pod)Hons. BAppSci(HMS)Hons. Doctor Gold Coast University Hospital and Associate Lecturer, Griffith Medical School, Australia. Dr Paul Remy Jones, Academic Foundation Year 2 Doctor, St. Thomas’ Hospital, London, United Kingdom.

Monday
Jun252018

New: Gates et al BJSM editorial published!

Leadership in physical activity: is this the currency of change in the student healthcare curriculum?

http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/early/2018/06/22/bjsports-2018-099587


Monday
May282018

Delighted to share my great news... from 1st June 2018.

Ann Greenhough (centre) circa 1977 Vitrix Ludorum Churston Ferrers Grammar School

Dear friends, colleagues and @exerciseworks tweeps

My heartful thanks and appreciation goes to all the people in my life that have supported, advised, mentored, loved me, and fought for me. They are all indeed the real "winners of the games" and are always in my heart. Thank you!

However, I am delighted to announce that I have been awarded an Honorary Associate Professorship at The University of Nottingham.

Simultaneously, I have also been awarded an Honorary Visiting Professorship at Plymouth Marjon University.

Needless to say I am deeply in awe, honoured, and thankful, to receive these honorary academic appointments and thank Nottingham and Marjon for these great honours.

It's been a long time since this photograph was taken when I won the Churston Ferrers Grammar School Victrix ludorum in circa 1977. For the record, I have always been a sincere science and mathematics geek. Movement, (track and field, hockey, basketball, netball, tennis and hiking) was just my geek reward! And I like to think that all my teachers of the past and present, can share in the full credit for these current honours.

Since those early days of my career, I have always enjoyed combining: science, pharmacy, physical activity and fun exercise in all my endeavours, hence @exerciseworks.

And now an academic role beckons...my wish is for every health care professional to be a passionate advocate for the benefits of movement. And to enable active opportunities for every patient.

So please, let's aim for that, together we can #BeatNCDs and #EndPJParalysis.