Tamara qualified as a physiotherapist in 2010. Tamara started working at the University of Salford in 2010, as a research assistant in Vocational Rehabilitation. As part of her research assistant post she has worked on a number of research projects, including: Working Well; Evidence based Information and advice to reduce sickness absence; and a systematic overview of Telehealth and the effects on clinical outcomes, cost effectiveness and the patient experience.
Additionally, Tamara is interested in the cost-benefits of Vocational Rehabilitation, and is further exploring this through her Mphil studies.
MSc Vocational Rehabilitation module
Vocational Rehabilitation, Cost-benefit analysis
Qualifications and Memberships
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy (from University of Salford) - 2010
B.soc.sci (Hons) Psychology (from University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg) - 1999
Health Professions Council, PH94176, 07/07/2010.
Charted Society of Physiotherapy
Brettle, A., Brown, T., Hardiker, N., Radcliffe, J., Smith, C. (2012) Telehealth the effects on clinical outcomes, cost effectiveness and the patient experience: a systematic overview of the literature, Salford: University of Salford, College of Health and Social Care