I teach on the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Programme, the MSc Pre-registation Physiotherapy Programme
I gained my MRes; Education and Society in 2007
I graduated from the Manchester Royal Infirmary School of Physiotherapy in 1985 and have 17 years of clinical experience gained at Wythenshawe Hospital in Manchester and Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport. My specialist clinical area is Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy including Critical Care and Cardiac Rehabilitation.
I have many years of experience in teaching and supporting students having started teaching part time in 1987 at Stockport College of Further and Higher education alongside my clinical work. I joined the teaching team at the Manchester Royal Infirmary School of Physiotherapy in 2002 and moved with them to MMU in 2005.
I am one of the Admissions Tutors for the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy Programme.
I teach on the BSc (Hons) undergraduate and Pre-registration MSc physiotherapy programmes. Modules taught include Cardiorespiratory, Foundations in Health Social Care and Professional Practice, and the core introductory modules.
I am joint admissions tutor for the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy.
I am currently the External Examiner for the MSc Acupuncture at The Northern College of Acupuncture, York.
Areas of research interest include interprofessional learning, physiotherapy in critical care, and physiotherapy admissions.
RC. Stockley, J. Morrison, J. Rooney, J. Hughes (2012). Move it or lose it? A survey of the aims of treatment when using passive movements in intensive care. Intensive Crit Care Nurs. 28(2), pp.82-87.
RC. Stockley, J. Hughes, J. Morrison, J. Rooney (2010). An investigation of the use of passive movements in intensive care by UK physiotherapists. Physiotherapy. 96(3), pp.228-233.
My current research project is looking at entry qualifications for the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy programme and likely predictors of success.
I am a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health and Care Professions Council.