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2020 Winners and Reports

IFOMPT Conference Bursaries

  • Carol McCrum
  • Chris Mercer
  • Claire Small
  • Deepa Abichandani
  • Helen Welch
  • Jagjit Mankelow
  • James Hinchcliffe
  • Janet Deane
  • Komal Bhuchhada
  • Marco Bazo
  • Matthew Willett
  • Michail Arvanitidis - Presented at 2022 ISEK Congress in Canada (View report)
  • Nicola Heneghan
  • Pauline Kuithan
  • Sarah Mottram

Level 2 Research Award

  • Eleanor Jones - Title: To explore the health seeking behaviours of elite limb loss athletes

Level 1 Research Award

  • Helen Oakes - Development of a swimming class as a rehabilitation modality for persistent low back pain: A feasibility study (View report)
  • Matthew Willett - 1) Investigate whether a theoretically informed behaviour change physiotherapy intervention is feasible, acceptable, and practical for people with lower limb OA and physiotherapists. 2) To determine the feasibility of trial procedures (including recruitment and outcomes) to inform whether a full scale definitive multicentre, two-arm parallel group randomised controlled trial (RCT) is indicated
  • Michael Mansfield - Cervical Spine Radiculopathy- Epidemiology, is accepted for poster presentation at International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) 2020 – World Congress in Amsterdam, Netherlands (4th-8th August 2020).

Level 3 Research Award

  • Michael Mansfield - Quantitative sensory testing and association with cervical spine radiculopathy disability: Systematic review (View report)
  • Rachel Chester - Factors influencing if and how student physiotherapists gather sensitive information during the patient consultation and their recommendations for support (View report)

Elsevier Research Award

  • Nicola Heneghan - Experiences of e-mentoring and telehealth within postgraduate musculoskeletal physiotherapy education: a protocol for a mixed methods study. Heneghan NR, Johnson W, Tyros I, Nazareth M, Sadi J, Gillis H, Rushton A (View report)