My name is Judith Lane and I am a lecturer in Physiotherapy at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh UK. I am the programme leader for the MSc (pre-registration) Physiotherapy programme and am involved in teaching professional studies and research methods both to physiotherapists and other allied health professionals. I have an interest in teaching and learning and in 2008, became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Previous research projects have included using motion analysis to explore hip joint forces during various activities of daily living, following total hip arthroplasty, the biomechanics of knife stab attacks and as a local co-ordinator for a multi-national study of outcomes in total knee arthroplasty. My doctoral thesis was undertaken in the College of Medicine at the University of Edinburgh and explored joint stiffness and function following total knee arthroplasty. I continue to work collaborate with clinical colleagues at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh on outcomes of joint replacement.
Judith V Lane
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BSc Physiotherapy - Queen Margaret College 1991
MSc Bioengineering - University of Strathclyde 1993
PhD - University of Edinburgh 2010
Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Registered Physiotherapist with the Health Professions Council
External examiner, MSc (pre-registration) Physiotherapy, University of Birmingham
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Judith Lane, PhD, FHEA, MCSP
Lecturer & Programme Leader MSc (pre-registration) Physiotherapy
School Of Health Sciences
Queen Margaret University
Tel: 00 44 131 474 0000 (say 'Judith Lane' when prompted by the automated service)
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