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Lucy Stephens

Lucy Stephens MSc

Senior Lecturer


Summary

I am the Course Leader for BSc Physiotherapy.  As a Fellow of the HEA I have experience of teaching and assessing students  in both University settings with Undergraduate and pre-registration students and in clinical practice experience settings.  My areas of specialist interest are in cardiovascular respiratory physiotherapy and critical care rehabilitation.

About

I qualified as a physiotherapist in 2009 from Sheffield Hallam University and worked locally in the NHS in different settings before specialising in critical care and surgery.  I started teaching in Higher Education at the University in 2015 as an Associate Lecturer and in 2017 became the first Lecturer Practitioner working in acute care working in Sheffield.  I moved into a permanent role at the University as a Lecturer and completed my Post-graduate certificate in Teaching.  More recently I have completed an MSc in Advancing Professional Practice.

I am passionate about leading and driving the Undergraduate physiotherapy curriculum and the profession forward.  I have experience of teaching across the physiotherapy programmes and more widely across the allied health professions curricula in our integrated care curriculum.  I have an interest in the diversity of the physiotherapy profession and I am involved in a number of projects and research which aims to explore the experiences of minority ethnic students joining the physiotherapy workforce.  I continue to practice in a private capacity seeing patients with complex cardiovascular respiratory problems.

Senior Lecturer

Teaching

Department of Allied Health Professions

College of Health, Wellbeing and Life Sciences

BAME recruitment to Physiotherapy Programmes

 

Courses taught:

 - BSc Physiotherapy
 - MSc Pre-registration Physiotherapy
 - Advanced Clinical Practice 

 

Modules taught:

 - Cardiovascular respiratory Physiotherapy
 - Physiotherapy Clinical Skills
 - Physiotherapy Clinical Management
 - Assessing and Addressing Complexity
 - Physiotherapy Complex Case Management
 - Clinical Reasoning in Physiotherapy
 - Advanced Clinical Reasoning in Physiotherapy

 

Other activities

Member of Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Respiratory Care

 

Postgraduate supervision

MSc dissertation supervisor

 

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