Biography

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.

(2013)

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

in International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation

19

(8)

pp. 471-477

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


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

(1996)

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

in Japan Forum ISSN Print: 0955-5803

6

(1)

pp. 49-56

UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


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.