Long Term Conditions

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Patricia Dziunka

Co-ordinate the HEE Pre & Post Doctoral Bridging Programmes, Centre for Doctoral Training RHR, RETAKE and ROWATE Research Project Administrator, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences



Patricia has worked in the School of Medicine, Centre for Rehabilitation and Ageing Research (formerly DRAW) since Oct 2013 as a projects manager and assistant to Dr Kate Radford on various research, educational and Centre projects. She is also the current administrator for Health Education England Pre and Post-Doctoral Bridging Programmes being run by the Centre and CDT RHR Administrator. Over the last 8 years she has worked on many research projects finances and coordination including a 3 year NIHR HTA project worth £500,000 FRESH and now another NIHR HTA project worth 1.8m RETAKE and the ROWTATE Programme Grant. She currently has an impact and promotion role in the Centre for Rehabilitation and Ageing Research. Patricia was the Central Secretariat of the Society for Research in Rehabilitation from 2006 up to Dec 2019, and still promotes them with in the University. She has worked in all industries Nationalised, Private, Third Sector and Higher Education.

Expertise Summary

University of Nottingham - Oct 13 to present

Project Manager, Finances, Administration, Educational Training Co-ordinator

Society for Research in Rehabilitation - Dec 2006 to Dec 2019

Central Secretariat, Web & Social Media, Membership, Administration and Event Organiser

Prader-Willi Syndrome Association UK Feb 2010 Jul 2014

Membership Administrator, Web maintenance, Event Organiser

The Physiotherapy Research Society & The National Stroke Nursing Forum Jan 2008 - Feb 2010

Administrator, Membership and Event Organiser

E.on energy UK (formerly Powergen and East Midlands Electricity) - 1987 to 2006

Customer Service, Credit Control, Systems & Processes Training, Best Practices, Recruitment, Business Analyst

Long Term Conditions Research Group

School of Medicine
Division of Rehabilitation and Ageing
telephone: +44 (0)115 823 0226