Sophie Drewry

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

When Sophie returned to England she started working with Nikki Clague-Baker as a research assistant as well as working within neurology outpatients, inpatients, and community. Sophie is a member of ACPIN (Association of Chartered Physiotherapy in Neurology) and has a specialist interest in neurological conditions and spasticity. Sophie started in UoL in 2017 and now is module lead for the first two first year modules and in teaches neurology throughout the 3 years.

Current research interests

  • Neurological Physiotherapy
  • Healthy Lifestyle management and Behaviour Change
  • Digital technologies

Publications

  • 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
  • Clague-Baker, N, Robinson, T, Drewry, S, Hagenberg, A, Gillies, C, Singh, S. A comparison of laboratory and field based exercise tests of cardiovascular fitness in sub-acute, mild to moderate stroke patients. Int J of Stroke, 2016 (abstract)
  • Clague-Baker, N, Carpenter, C, Robinson, T, Hagenberg, A, Drewry, S and  Singh, S.  Attitudes and understanding of exercise and healthy lifestyles in people with mild to moderate sub-acute stroke. Int J of Stroke, 2015; 10(supplement 5):40. (abstract)
  • Clague-Baker, N, Carpenter, C, Robinson, T, Hagenberg, A, Drewry, S and Singh, S. Attitudes towards Cardiac Rehabilitation for people with mild to moderate sub-acute stroke. Int J of Stroke, 2015; 10(supplement 5):38. (abstract)
  • Clague-Baker, N, Carpenter, C, Robinson, T, Hagenberg, A, Drewry, S and Singh, S. 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
  • Clague-Baker, N, Robinson, T, Hagenberg, A, Drewry, S, Gillies, C, Singh, S. 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)