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Claire Lidstone

Lecturer CQMU and University of Leicester Joint Partnership Musculoskeletal Lead.

Profile

I joined the University of Leicester in 2021 as a lecturer at the College of Life Sciences and Leicester Medical School following 22 years in clinical practice as a physiotherapist. Clinical education has been at the forefront of my practice leading to a PGcert in Healthcare with facilitating education in the workplace as the focus. Further studies led to a MaEd with proficiency in SEND to explore sensory motor function and the implications for learning. I have particular interest in musculoskeletal clinical application of anatomy and neuroanatomy alongside sensory motor development.

Research

Anterior Knee Pain Management: A critical review: University of Salford 2006

Facilitating Education in The Work Place: Developing a criteria based clinical placement model for undergraduate physiotherapists and clinicians: University of Salford 2006

A critical examination of teacher's understanding and management of literacy delay in the primary classroom: University of Exeter School of Education. 2021

Publications

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The Developing Child: Essential Skills For Learning : National Day Nursery Association publication 2013

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Supervision

PhD supervision on discussion of topics from a clinical anatomy or education field.

Teaching

I am the musculoskeletal unit and anatomy lead for the University of Leicester and Chongqing Medical University joint partnership flying faculty alongside a role of anatomist for the College of Life Sciences and Leicester Medical School. My role is teaching focussed supporting students in the dissecting room and via lectures and group work.

Press and media

Sensory motor development and the impact on learning and literacy development

Developing clinical education in the workplace.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. University of Manchester. 1999

PG(cert) Professional Studies in Healthcare. University of Salford. 2007

Ma Education with proficiency in SEND. University of Exeter. 2021

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