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Post Nominals BSc physiotherapy, MSc physiotherapy, PhD
Biography Kay is Clinical Professor of Allied Health Professions, a joint appointment between RGU and NHS Grampian and Associate Dean (Research) in the School of Health Sciences. Kay is also Director of the Scottish Centre for Evidence-based, Multi-professional Practice: a JBI Centre of Excellence, which focusses on conducting and training others to conduct high-quality systematic reviews. Kay's research focuses on self-management of long-term conditions, and interventions to facilitate self-management and promote physical and mental wellbeing. Kay also has an interest in health service delivery research and a passion for supporting practicing Allied Health Professionals to get into research and to use research findings within their practice.
Research Interests Musculoskeletal health
Digital Health
Chronic condition self-management
Evidence synthesis
Teaching and Learning Programme lead Doctorate of Physiotherapy
ResearcherID A-8593-2018
Scopus Author ID 35130839500
PhD Supervision Availability Yes
PhD Topics Doctorate of Physiotherapy - various topics
Physiotherapy management and Self-management of Low Back Pain
Digital Health Interventions for self-management of long-term conditions & physical activity promotion
Chronic condition self-management