School of Health and Society
Brian Blatchford Building, Room PO51.
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Lecturer in Prosthetics
Elaine joined the University of Salford in June 2000 as a lecturer in Prosthetics. Prior to this she worked as a senior prosthetist at Manchester Disablement Services Centre where she specialised in the prosthetic care of those who had undergone lower limb amputations. Elaine completed an HND in Prosthetics and Orthotics and Diploma in Prosthetics to allow her to practice and a degree and masters in Psychology. Her masters looked at the experience of those undergoing amputation due to diabetes and peripheral vascular disease. Elaine also completed the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PgCAP).
- General Prosthetics & Orthotics Practice
- Clinical Governance and the profession specific elements of Into Employment
- Trans-tibial prosthetics, hip disarticulation prosthetics including service user assessment, socket theory, componentry/ prescription gait evaluation and adjustment
- Silicone and liner materials
- Infection control
- Service redesign and good practice
- Health psychology
- Induction sessions
- Psychological impact of undergoing amputation and living with disability
- Health Psychology and the impact of undergoing amputation on individuals
- MSc Psychology: Bolton University
- BSc (Hons) Psychology: Bolton University
- HND in Prosthetics & Orthotics: Paddington College
- Diploma in Prosthetics: OPTEC
- Registrant on the Health & Care Professions Council register
- Member of the British Association of Prosthetists & Orthotists
- Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (PR163206)