Musharrat is an HCPC registered occupational therapist and has contributed to the academic community through published academic articles which are narrative reviews on neurophysiology.
Cheryl has worked in a variety of clinical settings and has been in health profession education for many years. Her key interests are mental health and health professional education. Cheryl is the lead admissions tutor for BSc Occupational Therapy and is currently studying for a Doctorate in Education.
Dr Ingrid Bacon has worked in a variety of settings in the UK, West Africa and Brazil. She has a Masters degree in Health Studies and a Masters degree in Psychology. Her research interests are substance misuse, co-dependency, identity and phenomenology.
Clare Deary is an Associate Professor for Sport Rehabilitation in the School of Health and Social Care at London South Bank University, (LSBU).
Katie is a Lecturer Practitioner in Diagnostic Radiography which is a joint appointment between King's College Hospital and London and London South Bank University. Katie is additionally the Course Director in Postgraduate Breast Imaging.
Jerry Hughes has been involved with the Radiographic Reporting programme at London South Bank University since 1996 and also organises our courses in Singapore.
Jackie's particular areas of expertise within the perioperative field include anaesthetic care, management of the critically ill patient and acute physiological disorders and utilising simulation facilities (such as "Sim-Man") to enhance understanding in these areas.
Anne Marie has a diverse range of teaching and research interests. These include problem based learning, professionalism, the public health agenda and the teaching of biomedical sciences in pre-registration occupational therapy courses.
Chris' specialist interests are in enhancing the understanding of psychosocial issues associated with patients undergoing surgical procedures. She is also involved in interprofessional healthcare teaching.
Michael Mansfield is a Senior Lecturer and Course Director for the Physiotherapy courses at London South Bank University.
Sarah Maris-Shaw is a Senior Lecturer in occupational therapy with interests in perinatal mental health. She has worked in education since 2000 joining London South Bank University in 2003. She became Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2016.
Gwyn is a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy. Her experiences of being a children’s physiotherapist, a physiotherapy lecturer & Professional Advisor have fed her academic interest in politics–profession–practice.
Janet is a qualified Occupational Therapist and Access Consultant and has worked predominantly in the areas of health and social care. She has a particular interest in housing and the impact of our environment on occupational performance.
Rachel Picton joined London South Bank University in Autumn 2017 following her time at Barts Health NHS Trust, where she was the Associate Director of Education for the Allied Health Professions.
Prof. Nicola Robinson is an active researcher who has published widely and has successfully supervised PhD's on various health related topics.
Daniel’s areas of interest include teaching paediatric anaesthetic skills, health care ethics and the scope of professional practice. He has an MA in Ethics and enjoys reading and drinking tea.
Rebecca is a lecturer in perioperative practice with particular interests in anaesthetic care and how simulation can be used to enhance student’s acquisition of both technical and non-technical skills.
Noreen Sinclair is an Associate Professor in the School of Health and Social Care with a particular interest in quality, assessment and student feedback. She is also Professional Lead for Therapeutic Radiography. She has responsibility for student progression and achievement across the School.
Mark Spreckley is a lecturer in Physiotherapy courses at London South Bank University (LSBU).
Dr Adéle Stewart-Lord is an Associate Professor in therapeutic radiography. Her main role as Associate Professor involves the management and delivery of the Continuous Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) agenda
Dr Lynn Summerfield-Mann is a Principal Lecturer and Pre-Registration Lead in the Department of Allied Health Sciences, with particular interest in the use of models of practice and Problem-based Learning in the education, practice and research of occupational therapy.
Sandie worked as an Occupational Therapist with individuals with physical disabilities and mental health needs in hospital and community settings over many years. She is undertaking a Doctorate in Education linked to living well with Dementia and has a special interest in qualitative research. She works full-time.
Homa Zahedi has a clinical background in community adult mental health and mental health of older people. Her particular area of interest is dementia care. She is a registered Occupational Therapist.
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26 February 2019
Lord David Blunkett former home secretary awarded honorary doctorate
1 November 2018
LSBU academic chosen as one of the top figures in NHS history
3 July 2018
Academic wins award for pioneering research on kidney care
29 June 2018
Ground-breaking report shows gangs are more money than territory-orientated
5 June 2018
LSBU wins Partnership of the Year with St Mungo’s at the Student Nursing Times Award 2018
21 May 2018
Remodelling crowd medical services in the English football league, a study by LSBU and Millwall Football Club
4 May 2018
LSBU double alumna appointed first female Bishop of London
20 December 2017
Urgent action required to support healthcare staff
5 December 2017