Gill Jones

BSc MSc (Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy)

Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Department of Sport, Health Sciences and Social Work

Gill Jones

Role

Having graduated from Oxford Brookes myself in 2002 I have returned as part of the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy teaching team. I have been teaching at Oxford Brookes as an Associate Lecturer since 2013 and became a permanent member of the team in 2018. 

Previously I have worked extensively in the NHS and in Sports Medicine, where I developed a special interest in shoulder rehabilitation. I completed a Masters in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2010 at King’s College London and have experience of mentoring pre and post-graduate Physiotherapists. I enjoy being involved in research and took up a Research Internship at the University of Oxford in 2014.

Gill Jones

Teaching and supervision

Courses

Modules taught

  • Human Movement and Dysfunction
  • Sports, Trauma and Orthopaedics

Supervision

  • Project of Dissertation in Physiotherapy 
  • Pre-registration Dissertation
  • Clinical placement link visits

Research

My research interests include management of musculoskeletal conditions, patient activation and shoulder rehabilitation.

Current research focus: Anatomy seminars

Developed as a pedagogic research project, anatomy seminars utilising the Anatomage Table are now part of the Physiotherapy programme. The anatomage table is a digital platform hosting real human cadaver software. It has a 3D touch screen, quiz, gaming and motion capabilities. Under the guidance of PALS and the lecturing team, students can remove layers of anatomical tissue, visualise inside a limb as it performs movements, and observe physiology in motion e.g. inside a beating heart.

I connect with other Anatomage users nationally and internationally, sharing new functionalities and ways to engage students in digital anatomy learning.

Research grants and awards

  • Oxford Brookes University/ Health Education England winner of the clinical placement of the year award (2017)
  • CLARHC (Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research & Care) funding for extension of Ox MInT Internship (2015- 2016)
  • Health Education Thames Valley research Internship funding award (2014)
  • Ox MInT internship at The University of Oxford
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and MACP grants for MSc studies (2009)

Committee membership

  • Council for Allied Health Professions Research (CAHPR) Committee
  •  Athena Swan committee

Centres and institutes

Groups

Professional information

Memberships of professional bodies

  • Health Professions Council PH62434
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapists 067078
  • Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists
  • Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists
  • British Elbow and Shoulder Society