I am a senior physiotherapy lecturer and BSc UG Physiotherapy (Level 5) Year Lead.
I specialise in neurological physiotherapy and leads teaching within neurological rehabilitation across UG and PG level. I also teach across a variety of modules, including Cardio-respiratory, Patient-centred practice and Inter-professional education.
I qualified as a physiotherapist in 2001 and specialised clinically in both acute and long term management of neurological conditions. I started working full time as a lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University in 2009, but has also continued some clinical practice alongside this.
I am now level 5 year lead for the BSc physiotherapy course, but have also worked as placement lead, admissions tutor and assessment officer. I am also a moving and handling trainer within the allied health professions department.
I have taught on and led inter-professional teaching across the College of Health, Wellbeing and Life Sciences and is also currently involved in multidisciplinary teaching to aid workforce development and integrated practice for service providers.
I completed an evaluation of a bespoke training course, designed and delivered by SHU and the impact on integrated practice, as part of her MSc in Advancing Professional Practice. Aimee now has a supervisory role within PG dissertations.
Key areas of interest
- Neurological management and rehabilitation
- Clinical education/preparation for practice
- Patient centred practice
- Moving and handling
- Integrated care and practice
- Workforce development
Neurological management and rehabilitation
Clinical education/preparation for practice
Patient centred practice
Moving and handling
Health And Wellbeing
I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
I teach within the College of Health, Wellbeing and Life Sciences to Allied Health Professions and across the Physiotherapy Courses (BSc, MSc pre-reg, Apprenticeship and MSc).
I am also part of the SHU course team who designed and delivered an Integrated Assessor training course to qualified Health and Social Care professionals. Courses have been delivered across the North-West of England and within Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. The aim was to aid workforce development and integrated practice.
MSc Advancing Professional Practice: A survey evaluation of the impact of a two day integrated assessor training program on integrated care and practice.
I have presented my work on development of an integrated assessor training course at the Higher Education Academy conference and am currently working on several papers for publication based on integrated care and practice.