Prof Sarah Tyson

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Prof Sarah Tyson

Professor

Biography

Sarah Tyson is Professor of Rehabilitation and leads the Long-Term Conditions Research Group at the University of Manchester. Her work focuses on stroke rehabilitation particularly balance and mobility problems, rehabilitation/ assistive technologies, the organisation of rehabilitation services and the challenges of implementing evidence based practice. She has over 100 publications and £5million of research funding from the Dept of Health, NIHR, research councils, medical charities, professional bodies and the Knowledge Transfer Partnership/Technology Strategy Board.  Her research has impacted on stroke and physiotherapy services nationally and internationally with inclusion in national clinical guidelines and production of assessment tools that are used throughout the UK and globally.

All session by Prof Sarah Tyson

  • Flemming17-Mar-2016
  • Whittle17-Mar-2016
  • Whittle 18-Mar-2016
2.30PM

Patient-led therapy during in-patient stroke rehabilitation

5:30PM

Prof Sarah Tyson

3:00PM

Prof Sarah Tyson