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Katie Robinson

Research Physiotherapist and PhD Student (Community Rehabilitation),

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Biography

Katie is a Physiotherapist by professional background and joined the Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing in 2013 working as a clinical researcher on a programme of work around chair based exercise led by Professor Tahir Masud. Previously Katie worked as physiotherapist with older people in a community setting and as a research facilitator for the NIHR Clinical Research Network: East Midlands. In 2014 Katie was successful in being awarded a CLAHRC PhD Studentship in the Care of Older People and Stroke Survivors theme and is working towards her PhD: Developing a chair based exercise programme for older people. Katie also holds a clinical contract with Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust as a physiotherapist and is working towards developing a clinical academic career.

Expertise Summary

Exercise for Older People

Developing Complex Interventions

Recent Publications

  • ROBINSON, K, LEIGHTON, PAUL, LOGAN, PHILIPPA, GORDON, ADAM, ANTHONY, KEVIN, HARWOOD, ROWAN and GLADMAN, JOHN, 2014. Developing the principles of chair based exercise for older people: a modified Delphi study BMC Geriatrics. 14(1), 65
  • ROBINSON, K, LEIGHTON, PAUL, LOGAN, PHILIPPA, GORDON, ADAM, ANTHONY, KEVIN, HARWOOD, ROWAN and GLADMAN, JOHN, 2014. Developing the principles of chair based exercise for older people: a modified Delphi study BMC Geriatrics. 14(1), 65

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University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

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