Jill Gilthorpe
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Biography

Jill is a registered chartered physiotherapist (MCSP, HCPC) and Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy. Prior to teaching her clinical physiotherapy experience was varied but mainly within inpatient care with a focus on respiratory care and critical care.

Jill is currently Module Lead for two physiotherapy modules, Foundations in Physiotherapy Practice and Introduction to Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy.

 Jill has a genuine interest in teaching and facilitating students’ learning of core areas of physiotherapy practice.  She is involved in developing the use of simulation, both high and low fidelity within the physiotherapy programmes and within interprofessional teaching. She is actively engaged in learning and teaching and has a Masters in Academic Practice.

Jill contributes to interprofessional learning and teaching within healthcare programmes at the university, working with closely with colleagues in nursing, occupational therapy, midwifery and operating department practitioners as a member of the Moving and Handling and Basic Life Support Teams.

Research interests

Research themes and scholarly interests

Foundation skills in physiotherapy practice 

Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy                                                                           

Use of high fidelity and low fidelity simulation within physiotherapy and interprofessional teaching and learning

Assessment for learning and the use formative feedback

Facilitating student learning and engagement

Education/Academic qualification

Academic Studies in Education, MA

1 Aug 201231 Dec 2099

Award Date: 1 Aug 2012

Teacher Training, Diploma, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Award Date: 1 Dec 1984

Teacher Training, Certificate, Professions Supplementary to Medicine

Award Date: 1 Dec 1984

Health, BSc

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