The School of Health Professions and the IHC are pleased to invite you to their February lecture entitled ‘Organised curiosity and reflective practitioners - the keys to a research rich environment’ by Professor Pip Logan.
Pip Logan is a Professor of Rehabilitation Research at the University of Nottingham and holds the first NIHR Senior non medical Clinical Academic Award. She works clinically as an occupational therapist in the community with stroke and older people patients and provides clinical input to health care of the elderly wards in an Acute Hospital. Her main research interests are stroke, community rehabilitation, older people, falls, primary care and social care. She has completed numerous randomised controlled trials, presents her work internationally and reviews grants for major national funding bodies. She completed an MPhil in 1994 and PhD in 2004 at the University of Nottingham. She was awarded a National Primary Care Research Development Award (1999-2004) and a Post Doctoral Award (2005- 2007) by the Department of Health. She is a grant holder on a number of large research projects at present: £2.8 million to research activity and falls in people with early stage dementia, £1.8 million to research falls in care homes, £1.2 million to conduct an outdoor mobility study after stroke, £2 million to investigate the health care of older people in acute hospitals, £500,000 to explore rehabilitation for people after hip replacements. She is a NIHR clinical academic advocate and sits on the NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic training board.
This lecture is part of the School of Health Professions Lecture Series, co-hosted by the Institute of Health and Community.
Everybody is welcome to attend. Visit the Eventbrite link above for further information and to book your place at this free lecture.