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Mr Chris Manning

School: Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care

Job Title: Senior Lecturer

Email: Christopher.Manning@sgul.kingston.ac.uk

Phone: 020 8725 0324

Location: 2nd Floor Grosvenor Wing, SGUL

Biography

Chris qualified as a physiotherapist in 1991 and spent 13 years in practice, initially in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy and then in neurological rehabilitation.

He joined Kingston & St George's in 2005 and is currently course director for the pre-registration MSc in Physiotherapy. Chris also leads the modules Physiotherapy Practice in Context and Neurological Rehabilitation, and is responsible for service user and carer involvement across the School of Rehabilitation Sciences' programmes.

He is a member of the Association of Physiotherapists in Neurology (ACPIN) National Executive Committee, a peer reviewer for Physiotherapy Research International, and an external examiner for the BSc in Strength and Conditioning at the University of Central Lancashire.

Academic and professional qualifications

  • PgCert, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Kingston University
  • MSc, Neurorehabilitation, Brunel University
  • Graduate Diploma, Physiotherapy, Withington Hospital School of Physiotherapy

Professional experience

  • 2003 - present
    Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, Kingston University and St George's, University of London
  • 1999 - 2003
    Lecturer/Clinical specialist, Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust
  • 1995 - 1999
    Senior physiotherapist, Enfield Community Care NHS Trust

Professional registration and membership

  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Publications

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Article

Norrie, Caroline, Hasselder, Alison and Manning, Chris (2012) An exploration of the experiences of recent graduates from an interprofessional foundation degree. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 26(6), pp. 517-518. ISSN (print) 1356-1820

Manning, CD and Pomeroy, VM (2003) Effectiveness of treadmill retraining on gait of hemiparetic stroke patients: systematic review of current evidence. Physiotherapy, 89(6), pp. 337-349. ISSN (print) 0031-9406

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