Rosie Harper

Rosie Harper

  • rharper1 at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
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Rosie Harper is an early career postgraduate researcher who sits in the Doctoral College and the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences at Bournemouth University. She was awarded the match-funded PhD Studentship in 2021. She is currently carrying out the Clinical Academic Doctorate in Women's Health Research. She is a physiotherapist by background and has worked as an Outpatient Physiotherapist for 5 years, specialising in MSK and Pelvic Health. Her research interests are women's health, physical activity in women, digital technology in self-management and healthcare clinical research.


I am currently conducting a research study examining the use of digital 'nudges' to motivate postpartum women to do pelvic floor muscle training

Internet Publications


  • Harper, R., 2021. Nudging: a theoretical concept for a very practical approach to pelvic floor muscle training. In: Bournemouth University PGR conference 2021.


  • BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy (Cardiff University, 2016)