I am a senior lecturer in physiotherapy involved with both undergraduate and postgraduate curricula.
I am a senior lecturer in physiotherapy involved with both undergraduate and postgraduate curriculums. I also have roles within a team that delivers an external vocational return to work education programme and the emerging physician associate postgraduate course. I still work clinically as an extended scope practitioner specialising in musculoskeletal and orthopaedic triage. I have undertook experimental research exploring referral pathways in primary care and also a review of measures of adherence to therapeutic exercise.
I have worked in musculoskeletal clinical settings since 2003. I completed my MSc in manual therapy in 2010. I am a member of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists which allows specific networking opportunities. I have worked as an extended scope practitioner for the last 5 years in a MDT consisting of physiotherapists, GPs and Consultants. I carry out extended roles such as image and blood requests alongside injection therapy. I have worked part time at SHU since 2008 undertaking various teaching and research roles.
I have recently joined the physiotherapy team full time but will continue some clinical work to enhance my teaching and maintain my understanding of clinical environments. I have research interests in musculoskeletal imaging and treatment adherence.
Extended Scope roles in Physiotherapy
Allied Health Professions
Health And Wellbeing
Development and delivery of external education programme for the Department and Work and Pensions 'For for Work' scheme in conjunction with private sector company.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
MSc Advancing Physiotherapy Practice MSc PG Medical and Dental Education
Recommendations for the development of a new exercise adherence measure in musculoskeletal settings: results from an expert panel consensus meeting.
McLean S, Holden M, Mallett, R, Haywood K, Potia T, Bhanbhro, S. Recommendations for exercise adherence measures in musculoskeletal settings: a systematic review and consensus meeting. Physiotherapy Research Foundation Award. Final Extended Report.
Mallett, R., Mclean, S., Holden, M.A., Potia, T., Gee, M., & Haywood, K. (2020). Use of the nominal group technique to identify UK stakeholder views of the measures and domains used in the assessment of therapeutic exercise adherence for patients with musculoskeletal disorders. BMJ Open, 10 (2), e031591. http://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2019-031591
Mclean, S., Holden, M., Potia, T., Gee, M., Mallett, R., Bhanbhro, S., ... Haywood, K. (2017). Quality and acceptability of measures of exercise adherence in musculoskeletal settings: a systematic review. Rheumatology (Oxford, England), 56 (3), 426-438. http://doi.org/10.1093/rheumatology/kew422
Mallett, R., Bakker, E., & Burton, M. (2014). Is physiotherapy self-referral with telephone triage viable, cost-effective and beneficial to musculoskeletal outpatients in a primary care setting? Musculoskeletal Care, 12 (4), 251-260. http://doi.org/10.1002/msc.1075
Lindley, M., Peake, R., & Mallett, R. (2018). Using video to facilitate student learning and Collaboration. Association for Learning Technology Conference. In Association for Learning Technology Conference.
Mclean, S., Holden, M., Haywood, K., Potia, T., Gee, M., Mallett, R., & Bhanbhro, S. (n.d.). Recommendations for exercise adherence measures in musculoskeletal settings: a systematic review and consensus meeting. Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.