Mr Bradley Halliday
Profiles

Mr Bradley Halliday

Teaching and Research Associate (TARA) in Physiotherapy

Faculty of Health

Biography

Biography

Qualifications

PhD student - expected completion date 2025. Supervisors (Prof Jenny Freeman / Prof Jon Marsden)

MSc - Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy - Kings College London - 2018

PgDip Musculoskeletal Medicine - Middlesex University - 2017

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy - Northumbria University - 2010

Associate Fellow of the Higher Education academy - 2021

Professional membership

HCPC - PH95060

CSP - 086181

Teaching

Teaching

Teaching interests

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Research 

Research

Research

Research interests

- Pelvic girdle pain 

- sensory perception / somatoperception  

Grants & contracts

NIHR Research for patient benefit grant (2020)- £250,000

Publications

Publications

Key publications

Key publications are highlighted

Journals

Halliday BJ, Chatfield S, Cameron L, et al Evaluating the Management of chronic Pelvic girdle Pain following pregnancy (EMaPP): study protocol for a randomised controlled feasibility trial to compare a customised pelvic orthosis with standard care BMJ Open 2022;12:e063767. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2022-063767 https//bmjopen.bmj.com/content/12/8/e063767

Jones R, Hubble S, Taylor L, Gunn H, Logan A, Rowland T, Bradwell H, Connolly L, Algie K, Anil K, Halliday B, Houston S, Dennett R, Chatfield S, Buckingham S, Freeman J
Technologies to Support Assessment of Movement During Video Consultations: Exploratory Study JMIRx Med 2021;2(3):e30233 DOI: 10.2196/30233 URL: https://xmed.jmir.org/2021/3/e30233

Articles
Halliday B (2022) 'Evaluating the Management of chronic Pelvic girdle Pain following pregnancy (EMaPP): study protocol for a randomised controlled feasibility trial to compare a customised pelvic orthosis with standard care' BMJ Open 12, , DOI Open access
Jones RB, Hubble S, Taylor L, Gunn H, Logan A, Rowland T, Bradwell H, Connolly LJ, Algie K & Anil K (2021) 'Technologies to Support Assessment of Movement During Video Consultations: Exploratory Study' JMIRx Med 2, (3) , DOI Open access
Jones RB, Hubble S, Taylor L, Gunn H, Logan A, Rowland T, Bradwell H, Connolly LJ, Algie K & Anil K (2021) 'Authors’ Response to Peer Reviews of “Technologies to Support Assessment of Movement During Video Consultations: Exploratory Study”' JMIRx Med 2, (3) e32248-e32248 , DOI Open access