Lisa is a postdoctoral researcher at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. Her current work explores the impact of clinical academics from the professions outside medicine, that is all research-active healthcare professionals except doctors and dentists. This fellowship is funded by NIHR Imperial Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) and Imperial Health Charity.
Lisa’s clinical research interests also include upper limb injury and rehabilitation, and musculoskeletal health and work. Lisa is a member of the London Centre for Health and Work.
In 2019, Lisa completed an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship: Return to work after carpal tunnel release: what should we advise our patients? In 2020, she was awarded a British Association of Hand Therapists (BAHT) Research Grant to develop national consensus guidelines on this topic.
Lisa served on the BAHT Clinical Evidence Committee from 2011-2021, and is an Editorial Board member for the journal Hand Therapy. Lisa was co-chair of the 2022 International Federation of Societies for Hand Therapy abstract committee.
Lisa is an Accredited Hand Therapist (BAHT) and works clinically as an Advanced Clinical Practice Hand Therapist (Physiotherapy) at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
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