Lisa’s clinical experience and teaching is in neurological rehabilitation – her MSc dissertation evaluated the predictive ability of the FIM/FAM outcome measures on a rehabilitation unit and her PhD thesis focussed on formulating and evaluating a treatment programme for individuals with hemianopia following stroke using a mixed methods approach. She also has an interest in graduate employability for health professionals.

Career History

  • Occupational Therapy Clinician in NHS – Neurological Rehabilitation 1995 - 2002 
  • Head Occupational Therapist 2002 – 2004
  • Occupational Therapy Lecturer UEA 2010 - present

Academic Background

  • MSc completed 1998
  • PhD completed 2006

All Publications

Taylor, L., Poland, F., Stephenson, R.


A pilot study exploring head and shoulder movement in visual field deficits following stroke

Full Text UEA Repository


Taylor, L., Seeley, J., Kajura, E.


Informal care for illness in rural southwest Uganda: the central role that women play.

UEA Repository


Key Research Interests

  • Neurological rehabilitation particularly visual deficits following stroke.
  • Employability of healthcare graduates.

Teaching Interests

Main interests are in the area of neurological rehabilitation

Key Responsibilities

Associate Dean for Employability – Faculty of Medicine and Health, Employability lead, School of Health Sciences, Module co-ordinator MSc Professional Development Modules.