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Dr Carol Clark

  • Head of Department - Human Science & Public Health
  • Royal London House R612, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LT
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Biography

Dr Carol Clark is Associate Professor and Head of Department for Human Sciences and Public Health in the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences at Bournemouth University.

She qualified as a Physiotherapist and as worked in a range of physiotherapy settings and locations in the UK, Middle East and Nigeria. She completed an MSc at University College London in 2004, took up an academic appointment at Bournemouth University in 2005 as a founder member of the Physiotherapy program, and completed a PhD in 2012.

Carol’s current role involves leading a department of nine undergraduate and three post graduate programs with over 900 students and a vibrant research community with four research centres and a research institute with >45 PhD students.

As well as contributing to the physiotherapy BSc (Hons) program and a number of other programs she supervises MSc, MRes and PhD students Her research is in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, health and well-being with a focus on pain management. Her research ideas have been developed from practice and are broadly aimed at supporting self-management and empowering people to lead healthier lives...

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Journal Articles

  • Watt, A.A., Clark, C. and Williams, J.M., 2018. Differences in sit-to-stand, standing sway and stairs between community-dwelling fallers and non-fallers: a review of the literature. Physical Therapy Reviews, 1-18.
  • Morlino, S., Dordoni, C., Sperduti, I., Clark, C.J., Piedimonte, C., Fontana, A., Colombi, M., Grammatico, P., Copetti, M. and Castori, M., 2018. Italian validation of the functional difficulties questionnaire (FDQ-9) and its correlation with major determinants of quality of life in adults with hypermobile Ehlers–Danlos syndrome/hypermobility spectrum disorder. American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics.
  • Clark, C.J. and Knight, I., 2017. A humanisation approach for the management of Joint Hypermobility Syndrome/Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome-Hypermobility Type (JHS/EDS-HT). International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being, 12 (1), 1371993.
  • Evens, A. and Clark, C., 2017. Does assisted cycling improve function in those with Parkinson’s disease? Physical Therapy Reviews, 22 (5-6), 243-253.
  • Aibast, H., Clark, C. et al., 2017. Foot Structure and Function in Habitually Barefoot and Shod Adolescents in Kenya. Current Sports Medicine Reports, 16 (6), 448-458.
  • Asyary, A., Eryando, T., Purwantyastuti, Junadi, P., Clark, C. and van Teijlingen, E., 2017. Level of Exposure to Childhood Tuberculosis in Household Contacts with Adult Pulmonary Tuberculosis. KESMAS-NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH JOURNAL, 12 (1), 1-6.
  • Williams, J.M., Dorey, C., Clark, S. and Clark, C., 2017. Corrigendum to “The within-day and between-day reliability of using sacral accelerations to quantify balance performance” [Phys. Ther. Sport vol. 17 (2015) 45–50]. PHYSICAL THERAPY IN SPORT, 25, 106-107.
  • Killingback, C., Tsofliou, F. and Clark, C., 2017. Older people's adherence to community-based group exercise programmes: A multiple-case study. BMC Public Health, 17 (1).
  • Clark, C.J., Clark, S., Dorey, C. and Williams, J., 2016. Correlation of the functional difficulties questionnaire (FDQ-9) with dynamic balance using the SMART instrumented wobbleboard. Physical Therapy in Sport, 21, 68-74.
  • Farrance, C., Tsofliou, F. and Clark, C., 2016. Adherence to community based group exercise interventions for older people: A mixed-methods systematic review. Preventive Medicine, 87, 155-166.
  • Clark, C., Tait, D. and King, F., 2016. QUESTIONNAIRES FOR ASSESSING HEALTH PROFESSIONALS BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES TO PAIN; A LITERATURE REVIEW. British Journal of Pain.
  • Palmer, S., Terry, R., Rimes, K.A., Clark, C., Simmonds, J. and Horwood, J., 2016. Physiotherapy management of joint hypermobility syndrome - a focus group study of patient and health professional perspectives. Physiotherapy (United Kingdom), 102 (1), 93-102.
  • Williams, J.M., Dorey, C., Clark, S. and Clark, C., 2016. The within-day and between-day reliability of using sacral accelerations to quantify balance performance. Physical Therapy in Sport, 17, 45-50.
  • Terry, R.H., Palmer, S.T., Rimes, K.A., Clark, C.J., Simmonds, J.V. and Horwood, J.P., 2015. Living with joint hypermobility syndrome: Patient experiences of diagnosis, referral and self-care. Family Practice, 32 (3), 354-358.
  • Clark, C., Carr, E.C.J. and Khattab, A., 2015. Pain poses a significant health burden in those with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. British Journal of Pain, 9 ((2) suppl 1 10), 10.
  • Clark, C., Docherty, S., Osborne, N. and Khattab, A., 2014. A pilot study to compare passive lumbar spine re-positioning error in those with chronic low back pain with healthy volunteers. International Musculoskeletal Medicine, 36 (3), 104-110.
  • Clark, C., 2014. Facilitating improvements in interprofessional pain management. Journal of Novel Physiotherapy and Physical Rehabilitation, 1 (2), 106-107.
  • Clark, C.J., Khattab, A.D. and Carr, E.C.J., 2014. Chronic widespread pain and neurophysiological symptoms in joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS). International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 21 (2), 60-67.
  • Collins, B. and Clark, C., 2013. Undergraduate peer education: a means to promote interprofessional understanding? BRITISH JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, 76, 30-31.
  • Clark, C., 2013. Development and Psychometric Properties of A Screening Tool for Assessing Developmental Coordination Disorder in Adults. International Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 1 (145).
  • Clark, C.J., Carr, E.C.J. and Way, S., 2013. Pregnancy-related lumbopelvic pain: Prevalence, persistence, risk factors and management implications. British Journal of Midwifery, 21 (5), 323-330.
  • Clark, C., Khattab, A., Carr, E., Breen, A. and Grahame, R., 2012. Functional Impairments in Patients with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and Developmental Coordination Disorder In IFOMPT 2012: A Rendez-Vous of Hands and Minds, September 30–October 5, 2012, Québec City, Canada. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 42 (10), A49.
  • Clark, C., Thomas, S., Carr, E. and Breen, A., 2012. Development and Validation of the Functional Difficulties Questionnaire for Assessing Developmental Coordination Disorder in Adults. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 10 (42), A50.
  • Clark, C.J. and Khattab, A.D., 2012. Association Between Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and Developmental Disorder - A Review. Journal of Sports Medicine and Doping Studies.
  • Clark, C., Khattab, A., Carr, E., Breen, A. and Grahame, R., 2012. Functional Impairments in Patients with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and Developmental Coordination Disorder. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 42 (10), A49.
  • Clark, C.J. and Simmonds, J.V., 2011. An exploration of the prevalence of hypermobility and joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS) in Omani women attending a hospital physiotherpay service. Musculoskeletal Care, 9, 1-10.
  • Clark, C.J., Carr, E.C.J. and Breen, A.C., 2010. Hypermobility, coordination and spinal pain: an inherent association. Manipulative Assocition of Chartered Physiotherapists Study Day.
  • Clark, C.J., 2010. Joint hypermobility syndrome and developmental coordination disorder in adults. Newsletter Hypermobility Syndrome Association, 3.
  • Clark, C.J., 2010. Joint hypermobility syndrome and symphysis pubis dysfunction. British Journal of Midwifery, 18, 92-97.
  • Clark, C.J., Carr, E.C.J. and Breen, A.C., 2009. Joint hypermobility syndrome (JHS) and developmental coordination disorder (DCD) in adults: comorbid or overlapping disorders? Dyspraxia Foundation Professional Journal, 8, 2-26.
  • Clark, C.J. and Simmonds, J.V., 2009. Joint hypermobility syndrome: a common neuromusculoskeletal disorder? Chartered Society of Physiotherapy congress.

Chapters

  • Clark, C.J., Worswick, L. and Langworthy, J.M., 2011. Abstract: Learning to improve the management of back pain in general practice: collaboration between service users and service providers. WPT 2011: 16th International WCPT Congress 20-23 June 2011. WPT.

Conferences

  • Clark, C., Bellamy, R. and Tait, D., 2018. Development of an interprofessional questionnaire to identify attitudes and beliefs relating to pain management in students on multiple health programmes. In: Obbard, K., ed. Annual Scientific Meeting British Pain Society 1-2 May 2018 Brighton, UK. SAGE Publications, 21.
  • Tait, D., Bellamy, R. and Clark, C., 2018. Attitudes and beliefs relating to pain management among undergraduate students in six health care programmes. In: Obbard, K., ed. Annual Scientific Meeting British Pain Society 1-2 May 2018 Brighton, UK. SAGE Publications, 20-21.
  • Glithro, S., clark, C., Osborne,, N., Newell,, D. and Docherty, S., 2017. Tactile acuity, body schema and motor control and clinical outcome measures – A comparison study of adults with chronic low back pain and matched controls. In: British Pain Society - 50th Aniversary Annual Scientific Meeting 3-5 May 2017 Birmingham.
  • Glithro, S., Clark, C., Osborne,, N., Newell,, D. and Docherty,, S., 2017. Chronic low back pain: The source of pain or a symptom? In: Bournemouth University 9th Post-Graduate Researchers Conference 8 March 2017 Bournemouth.
  • Glithro, S., clark, C., Osborne,, N., Newell,, D. and Docherty, S., 2017. Tactile acuity, body schema and motor control impairment in adults with chronic low back pain – A systematic review and comparison of chronic low back pain and pain free subjects. In: Royal College of Chiropractors Winter conference 1 February 2017 London.
  • Chapman, J. and Clark, C.M., 2016. Flexibility: The key to applying evidence based practice (EBP) in health or social care environments. In: UPLA (University Practice Placement Learning Advisors) Conference 5 October 2016 Executive Business Centre, Bournemouth University.
  • Glithro, S., Clark, C., Osborne,, N., Newell,, D. and Docherty, S., 2016. Tactile acuity, body schema and motor control impairment in adults with chronic low back pain – A systematic review and comparison of chronic low back pain and pain free subjects. In: International Association for the Study of Pain – 16th World Congress on Pain 26-30 September 2016 Yokohama, Japan.
  • Tsofliou, F., Lara, J., Sheppard, Z. and Clark, C., 2016. Attending lunch clubs is associated with greater compliance for Dietary Reference Values (DRVs) among older people in South-West England. In: Nutrition Society Summer Conference: New Technology in Nutrition Research and Practice 11-14 July 2016 University College Dublin.
  • Tsofliou, F., Lara, J., Sheppard, Z. and Clark, C., 2016. A survey exploring characteristics of older people attending lunch cubs in South-West of England. In: Nutrition Society Summer Conference: New Technology in Nutrition Research and Practice 11-14 July 2016 University College Dublin.
  • Glithro, S., Clark, C., Newell, D., Osborne, N. and Docherty, S., 2016. Tactile acuity, laterality discrimination and motor control impairment in adults with chronic low back pain - A review. In: British Pain Society 10-12 May 2016 Harrogate.
  • Williams, J., Clark, C. and Clark, S., 2015. The clinical measurement of balance using accelerometry: Within- and between-day reliability. In: Physiotherapy Research Society 24 April 2015 Leicester. Mark Allen Healthcare.
  • Williams, J. and Clark, C., 2015. Is there a correlation between wobble board performance and static balance performance? In: Physiotherapy Research Society Conference 24 April 2015 Leicester. Mark Allen Healthcare.
  • Clark, C., Khattab, A. and Carr, E.C.J., 2015. Pain poses a significant health burden in those with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. In: British Pain Society Annual Congress 21-23 April 2015 Glasgow, UK. British Journal of Pain, 10.
  • Clark, C.J., Clark, S. and Williams, J., 2015. Assessing construct validity of the functional difficulties questionnaire (FDQ-9) for assessing developmental coordination disorder (DCD)/Dyspraxia in adults. In: World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 1 May 2015 Singapore.
  • Clark, C., Docherty, S., Osborne, N. and Khattab, A., 2014. A PILOT STUDY COMPARING PASSIVE LUMBAR SPINE REPOSITIONING ERROR IN THOSE WITH CHRONIC NON SPECIFIC LOW BACK PAIN WITH HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS. In: International Association for the Study of Pain 15th World Conference 6-10 October 2014 Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Clark, C. and clark, C., 2013. Managing children and adolescents with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. In: . National Interprofessional Hypermobility Symposium, University of Herfordshire 23 March 2013 Hertfordshire.
  • Clark, C., Khattab, A., Carr, E., Breen, A. and Grahame, R., 2012. An Exploration of Neurophysiological Symptoms in Patients with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and their Impact on Quality of Life. In: Physiotherapy UK 12-13 October 2012 Liverpool, UK.
  • Clark, C. and clark, C., 2012. Recognising, understanding and managing Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. In: Somerset PCT Interprofessional Rheumatology Study Day, Wellington Hospital 13 June 2012 Wellington uk.
  • Clark, C. and clark, C., 2012. Physiotherapy management of Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. In: Interprofessional Ehlers-Danlos Master Class, Royal Devon and Exeter Foundation Trust Hospital 10 February 2012 Exeter.
  • Clark, C., Khattab, A., Carr, E., Breen, A. and Grahame, R., 2012. An Exploration of Neurophysiological Symptoms in Patients with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and their Impact on Quality of Life. In: Physiotherapy UK 2012 2012 Liverpool Convention Centre, Liverpool,UK.
  • Clark, C. and clark, C., 2011. Multisystemic features of Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. In: London and the South East Hypermobility Club 23 November 2011 london.
  • Clark, C.J., Carr, E.C.J. and Breen, A.C., 2011. Hypermobility, coordination and spinal pain: an inherent association. In: 16th International WCPT Congress 20-23 June 2011 Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 16th International WCPT Congress 20-23 June 2011 (WPT 2011) · Abstract: A-210-0069-01350.
  • Clark, C. and clark, C., 2011. Exercise prescription considerations for patients with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (JHS) and Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD). In: ) National Study Day for the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Exercise Therapy (ACPET), 11 March 2011 Poole.
  • Clark, C.J., Carr, E.C.J. and Breen, A.C., 2011. Exploring joint hypermobility syndrome, developmental coordination disorder and pain. In: 2nd European Sensory Integration Conference 27-29 May 2011 Algarve, Portugal. http://www.sensoryintegration.org.uk/2nd-european-congress: 2nd European Sensory integration Conference.
  • Clark, C. and clark, C., 2008. Prevalence of hypermobility and Joint Hypermobility Syndrome in female Omanis. In: Master Class, University of Hertfordshire 8 December 2008 Hertfordshire.
  • Clark, C.J. and Simmonds, J.V., 2007. High Prevalence of Hypermobility and Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (BJHS) in Oman. In: World Physical Therapy 2007 2-6 June 2007 Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver, Canada: Elsevier and the Physiotherapy Journal.

Theses

Posters

  • Glithro, S., Clark, C., Osborne, N., Newell, D. and Docherty, S., 2016. Tactile acuity, laterality discrimination and motor control impairment in adults with chronic low back pain - A review. In: British Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting.
  • Farrance, Tsofliou, F. and Clark, C., 2015. Evaluating the Views of Participants and Adherence Rates of Community Based Group Exercise Interventions: A Mixed Methods Systematic Review. In: World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress, Singapore.
  • Farrance, Tsofliou, F. and Clark, C., 2015. Understanding the Views of Older People in Adhering to Community Based Group Exercise Interventions: A Qualitative Systematic Review. In: World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress, Singapore.

PhD Students

  • Dominique Mylod. Can pelvic positioning help women cope with pain in early labour?
  • Clare Farrance. Tackling the invisible burden of physical inactivity in the elderly
  • Sara Glithro. Pain, perception and function in patients with chronic low back pain
  • Adam Eason. Measuring the efficacy of self-hypnosis upon cardiorespiratory endurance performance of marathon runners.
  • Jim Odell, 2019. Identification of migraine subgroups and development of clinical prediction rules for manual therapy
  • Linn Erixon Sahlstrom
  • Emma Frampton

Profile of Teaching UG

  • In the Faculty of HSS the professional curriculums are validated every 5 years and include professional bodies, professional colleges, commissioning bodies, external stakeholders in practice and service users. The curriculums are also reviewed by the professional bodies every 2 years
  • Integrating Knowledge, Research and Practice UG 40 credits

Invited Lectures

  • Clark C., 2012. Physiotherapy management of Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. Interprofessional Ehlers-Danlos Master Class, Royal Devon and Exeter Foundation Trust Hospital, Exeter. UK 10th February, 2012
  • Clark, C., 2012. Hypermobility and Joint Hypermobility Syndrome in children. Interprofessional national Hypermobility Study Day, Bournemouth University and Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Bournemouth.UK 28th March, 2012
  • Clark, C., 2012. Conceptualising pain in Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. Interprofessional national Hypermobility Study Day, Bournemouth University and Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Bournemouth. UK 28th March, 2012
  • Clark C., 2012. Recognising, understanding and managing Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. Somerset PCT Interprofessional Rheumatology Study Day, Wellington Hospital, Wellington, UK 13th June, 2012
  • Clark C., 2011. Multisystemic features of Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, London and the South East Hypermobility Club, University College London, London. UK 23rd November 2011
  • Clark C., 2011. Exercise prescription considerations for patients with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (JHS) and Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) National Study Day for the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Exercise Therapy (ACPET) , Poole Hospital 11th March 2011
  • Clark, C. 2008. Prevalence of hypermobility and Joint Hypermobility Syndrome in female Omanis. Master Class, University of Hertfordshire 8th December 2008.

Grants

  • Can pelvic positioning help women cope with pain in early labour? (Bourenmouth University and NHS, 02 Feb 2015). Awarded
  • Pain, perception and function in patients with chronic low back pain (Match funded Bournemouth University and Anglo European Chiropractic College, 15 Sep 2014). Awarded
  • Factors that influence initial attendance and on-going adherence of older persons in community based physical activity programmes (Bourenmouth University Fully Funded VC's PhD studentship, 16 Sep 2013). Awarded
  • Pain Perception (School of Health and Social Care, Bournemouth University, 07 May 2012). Awarded

External Responsibilities

  • Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, Executive committee and Research Officer (2018-2022), https://macpweb.org/home/
  • University College London, External Examiner (2017-2021)

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • Medical Advisor Hypermobility Syndrome Patient Association
  • http://www.herts.ac.uk/events/Hypermobility-Symposium.cfm

Conference Presentations

  • Recent Advances in Chronic Pain Management Personal Empowerment, Professional Excellence, Understanding chronic pain in those with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, 06 May 2015, Bournemouth University
  • 17th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapists, Managing joint hypermobility syndrome with physiotherapy - patient and therapist perspectives., 01 May 2015, Singapore
  • 17th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy, Are Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)/Dyspraxia and/or Joint Hypermobility Syndrome inherent determinants of physical inactivity, 01 May 2015, Singapore
  • 17th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy, Assessing construct validity of the Functional Difficulties Questionnaire (FDQ-9) for assessing Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)/dyspraxia in adults., 01 May 2015, Singapore
  • 17th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy Singapore, Evaluating the views of participants and adherence rates of community based group exercise interventions: A mixed methods systematic review., 01 May 2015, Singapore
  • 17th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy, Adherence to community based group exercise interventions in older people: A systematic review., 01 May 2015, Singapore
  • 17th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy, Understanding the views of older people in adhering to community based group exercise interventions: A qualitative systematic review, 01 May 2015, Singapore
  • 17th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy, Living with joint hypermobility syndrome. Patient experiences of diagnosis, referral and self-care, 01 May 2015, Singapore
  • British Pain Society Annual Conference, 'Pain poses a significant health burden in those with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome', 21 Apr 2015, Glasgow, UK
  • 15th World Congress on Pain. International Association for the Study of Pain Conference,, A pilot study comparing passive lumbar spine repositioning error in those with chronic non specific low back pain with healthy volunteers., 06 Oct 2014, Buenos Aries, Argentina
  • 37th Annual Conference British College of Occupational Therapists, Undergraduate peer education: a means to promote interprofessional understanding?, 18 Jun 2013, Glasgow, UK
  • International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapists,, Functional Impairments in Patients with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and Developmental Coordination Disorder, 30 Sep 2012, Quebec, Canada
  • International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapists, Development and Validation of the Functional Difficulties Questionnaire for Assessing Developmental Coordination Disorder in Adults., 30 Sep 2012, Quebec, Canada
  • Sharing Education Excellence, Student and Staff perceptions of peer education as a means to enhance education, 06 Jun 2012, Bournemouth, UK
  • 16th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy, Learning to Improve the Management of Back Pain in General Practice: Collaboration Between Service Users and Service Providers, 20 Jun 2011, Amsterdam
  • 16th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy, Hypermobility, Coordination and Spinal Pain: An Inherent Association, 20 Jun 2011, Amsterdam, Holland
  • 2nd European Sensory Integration Congress, Exploring Joint Hypermobility Syndrome, Developmental Coordination Disorder and Pain., 27 May 2011, Algarve, Portugal
  • Annual Conference Manipulative Association of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Hypermobility, coordination and spinal pain: an inherent association, 25 Sep 2010, London, UK
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual conference, Joint hypermobility a common musculoskeletal disorder?, 16 Oct 2009, Liverpool, UK
  • 15th International Congress of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy, High Prevalence of Hypermobility and Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome in Oman, 02 Jun 2007, Vancover, Canada

Consultancy Activities

  • Providing consultancy for those woith Joint Hypermobility syndrome, Telemediciene consultancy - expert advice. Joint hypermobility syndrome, Hypermobility Syndrome Association, 02 Jan 2012

Qualifications

  • MCSP in Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, 1983)
  • Grad Dip Phys in Physiotherapy (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, 1983)
  • MSc in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy (UCL, 2004)
  • MMACP in MMACP (Manipulative Association of Physiotherapists, 2004)
  • PG Cert in Post graduate certificate in higher education (Bournemouth University, 2007)
  • PhD in Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (Bournemouth University, 2012)

Honours

  • Doctoral Scholarship (Bournemouth University, 2007)
  • Vice Chancellors' award - individual academic Dr Carol Clark was nominated for her infectious enthusiasm and inspirational ‘fused’ approach either to leading, or to working together with staff and students, while maintaining her own research and scholarship. (Bourenmouth University, 2014)

Memberships

  • Allied Health Professionals Research Network (South West), Facilitator (2011-),
  • Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Exercise Therapy (MACPET), Member,
  • British Pain Society, Member (2013-),
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP), Member,
  • Helath Care Professions council, Member (1983-2019),
  • International Association for the Study of Pain, Member (2011-),
  • Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MMACP), Member (2004-),
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