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School of Health and Society

Tamara Brown

Programme leader Msc in Occupational and Vocational Rehabilitation / Physiotherapy Lecturer

Biography

Tamara is an academic member of staff with teaching duties on both the MSc in Occupational and Vocational Rehabilitation, and the BSc in Physiotherapy. She has recently completed her PhD, and 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. Tamara has a clinical background in Occupational Health Physiotherapy.

Teaching

Programme Leader in Occupational and Vocational Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy lecturer

Research Interests

Vocational rehabilitation

Workplace health

Cost benefit analysis

Qualifications and Memberships

2018 PHD The revision of a Cost-benefit Analysis model in order for it to be capable of analysing the effects of Vocational rehabilitation: monetising outcomes and testing the model. (from University of Salford, United Kingdom)

2014 PG Certificate in Academic Practice (from University of Salford, United Kingdom)

2010 Bsc Hons Physiotherapy (from University of Salford, United Kingdom)

1999 B.soc.sci Hons Psychology (from University of Pietermaritzburg, South Africa) Health Professions Council, PH94176, 07/07/2010. Charted Society of Physiotherapy

Publications

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