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Niki Chouliara

Research Fellow, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

I studied Psychology at the University of Athens and then completed postgraduate studies in Applied Neuropsychology at the University of Nottingham. My PhD research looked at the effectiveness of different approaches to the delivery of memory rehabilitation interventions for people with acquired brain injury. As part of this work, I developed an outcome measure sensitive to the effects of memory rehabilitation for people with MS, TBI and Stroke. Since then I have been working at the Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing investigating the implementation of evidence-based rehabilitation interventions for stroke survivors.

Expertise Summary

My expertise lies in the use of mixed method approaches to the study of complex rehabilitation interventions for adults with stroke. I am particularly interested in investigating ways to encourage collaborative working between clinicians and researchers with the view to promoting the uptake of research evidence into practice.

Teaching Summary

MSc in Rehabilitation

MSc in Health Psychology

Research Summary

Research Fellow on the WISE: a realist evaluation study investigating the implementation and effectiveness of stroke Early Supported Discharge services across England. The aim is to identify what… read more

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Current Research

Research Fellow on the WISE: a realist evaluation study investigating the implementation and effectiveness of stroke Early Supported Discharge services across England. The aim is to identify what benefits there are for healthcare communities that have adopted ESD and to determine if realised benefits are the same as those suggested by randomised controlled trials.

Past Research

Research Fellow on the REVIHR project: a multisite mixed-methods study looking at the implementation of evidence based in-patient stroke rehabilitation services. January 2014 to September 2017. For more information on the REVIHR study see: http://www.clahrc-em.nihr.ac.uk/research/caring-for-older-people-and-stroke-survivors/revihr-study.aspx

School of Medicine

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

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