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Sophie Drewry

Lecturer in Neurological Physiotherapy

Department: Allied Health Professions, School of

Telephone: +44 (0)116 229 7230

Email: sd491@leicester.ac.uk

Profile

I began my career in physiotherapy in 2010 after completing a BSc in physiotherapy at The University of Coventry. I completed my general rotational clinical roles in the NHS which led me to more specialist roles within Neurological Rehabilitation. In 2013 I went to Australia to work in a Rehabilitation hospital specialising in spinal injuries and stroke. During this time I also completed her MSc in Physiotherapy part time over 5 years.

When I returned to England I started working as a research assistant as well as working within neurology outpatients inpatients and community. I am a member of ACPIN (Association of Chartered Physiotherapy in Neurology) and have a specialist interest in neurological conditions and spasticity. I started in UoL in 2017 and I am currently module lead for the two first year modules and teach neurology throughout the 3 years.

Publications

Publications

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Orme, M, Clague-Baker, N, Robinson, T, Drewry, S and Singh, S. (2018) Does cardiac rehabilitation change physical activity and sedentary behaviour for people with mild-to-moderate stroke in the sub-acute phase of recovery? Cardiovascular Diseases (pending)

Clague-Baker, N, Robinson, T, Hagenberg, A, Drewry, S, Gillies, C, Singh, S. (2018) The Incremental Shuttle Walk Test and Six minute walk test: How valid and reliable are they when measuring cardiovascular fitness in sub-acute, mild to moderate stroke patients? Physiotherapy (pending)

Clague-Baker, N, Robinson, T, Drewry, S, Hagenberg, A, Singh S. (2018) Cardiac rehabilitation and stroke teams attitudes to people with stroke taking part in cardiac rehabilitation: focus group study. Clinical Rehabilitation (abstract)

Clague-Baker, N, Robinson, T, Gilles, C, Drewry, S, Hagenberg, A, Singh S. (2017) Cardiac rehabilitation for people with sub-acute, mild to moderate stroke: results from a mixed methods feasibility study. Int J of Stroke, 12 (supplement 5), pp.14 (abstract)

Clague-Baker, N, Carpenter, C, Robinson, T, Hagenberg, A, Drewry, S and Singh, S. (2017) A qualitative study exploring patients', with mild to moderate stroke, and their carers' perceptions of healthy lifestyles before and after a stroke. Int J of Th and Rehab, 24, 9, pp.375-384

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