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A partnership between two leading education and health organisations has led to face-to-face rehabilitation work returning for the first time in many months.
A new project to help people with musculoskeletal issues is being developed with the help of researchers from Oxford Brookes University.
Work by Oxford Brookes University to increase the activity levels of children with neurological conditions is highlighted in a new National campaign. MadeAtUni: Energising Places, launched by Universities UK and British Universities and Colleges Sport, celebrates the role of universities in the health and wellbeing of communities across the UK.
On Tuesday 13 March, Suzanne Rastrick, Chief Allied Health Professions Officer for NHS England, visited Oxford Brookes University’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences to give a talk centred on the NHS England publication ‘Allied Health Professions into Action’.
On Thursday 23rd April 2015, Oxford Brookes welcomed back some of its esteemed alumni who were celebrating ten-years since completing their Physiotherapy degree back in 2005.
A first year Physiotherapy student entered herself into a competition run by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), and won one of two top prizes of a free summer placement with Work the World, the organisation which offers healthcare placements abroad.
Stephanie Jones, a second year Physiotherapy student at Oxford Brookes University was promoted to Deputy Senior Midshipman at a reception for the Oxford Universities Royal Naval Unit (OURNU). It was held in the Divinity School at the Bodleian Library in May. June Girvin, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences met two Oxford Brookes students who are part of the unit; Stephanie Jones and a third year part-time architecture student.
The President of the Physiotherapy Faculty from Gabriele D'Annunzio Chieti University in Italy plus four of his colleagues visited the School of Health and Social Care earlier this month. This followed a recent visit by the school’s Neil
Bowler and Sunitha Mysore, both Senior Lecturers teaching on the physiotherapy course.