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Dr Lyndsay Alexander
|Lyndsay is an Associate Professor within the School of Health Sciences. She is an experienced applied health researcher and musculoskeletal physiotherapist with experience in successfully leading and delivering funded research projects using primary and secondary research methods.
Lyndsay is the Deputy Director of the Scottish Centre for Evidence-based Multi-professional Practice: a JBI Centre of Excellence and accredited systematic review trainer delivering bi-annual comprehensive systematic review training to local, national and international participants. https://www3.rgu.ac.uk/about/schools-and-departments/school-of-health-sciences/research/joanna-briggs-institute-centre-of-excellence
She is also a member of the international JBI Scoping Review Methodology Group developing resources and educating individuals, organisations and institutions on the best approach to scoping reviews. https://joannabriggs.org/scoping-review-network/about
Dr Alexander co-leads the North of Scotland Council for Allied Health Professions Research (CAHPR) which aims to support and develop Allied Health Professions research. https://cahpr.csp.org.uk/content/scotland
She has also served on the Executive Committee of the Physiotherapy Research Society (2017-2019), Abstract review group (Physiotherapy UK 2017-2019) and chaired the group (2018-2019)
|Applied health research across diverse populations with a focus on physical activity.
Current areas of specific interest include:
1. Evidence synthesis/systematic reviews including Scoping reviews
2. Musculoskeletal research (especially tendinopathy, back pain, and knee/hip joint replacement)
3. Long-Covid rehabilitation
4. AHP service delivery via remote technology
|Teaching and Learning
|Research methods and supervision of research projects for under and post-graduate students within the School of Health Sciences.
up to December 2022, Dr Alexander had a cross-school role to ensure quality, parity and development of under-graduate and post-graduate research projects and research teaching across the school portfolio.
She is also involved in mentoring and developing School of Health Science staff, early career researchers and allied health professionals in research.
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