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Pip Logan
Professor in Rehabilitation Research
Occupational Therapist
May 2017
Pip.logan@nottingham.ac.uk
Organised curios...
Occupational Therapist - 1985
MPhil - 1994
PhD - 2004
Senior Clinical Academic Award - 2011
Professorship - 2012
Where do my research ideas come from………
• Clinical practice
• Clinical/research priorities
• Colleagues
• Other research p...
£500 College of Occupational Therapy
To investigate social service occupational therapy
£25,000 Stroke Association Fellows...
Writing your own job description?
• One day per week funded by the NHS
• Two days funded by research grants
• Two days fun...
What do I actually do?
• Implementing and applying evidence based practice in
stroke and falls prevention rehabilitation
•...
• Head of an academic division
• Supervise PhD, Masters and M. Phil students
• Member of the steering group for the EM cli...
Projects
Falls
prevention in
Care homes
Facial palsy
Dementia and activity
Falls after stroke
Neuropsychological
rehabilit...
Patient partnership
Thank you
Pip.logan@nottingham.ac.uk
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Professor Pip Logan

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From post-doc to present day.
Presentation for the NIHR CLAHRC National Conference Careers Day: for postdoc research careers in the allied health professions

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Professor Pip Logan

  1. 1. Pip Logan Professor in Rehabilitation Research Occupational Therapist May 2017 Pip.logan@nottingham.ac.uk Organised curiosity and reflective practitioners - the keys to a research rich environment
  2. 2. Occupational Therapist - 1985 MPhil - 1994 PhD - 2004 Senior Clinical Academic Award - 2011 Professorship - 2012
  3. 3. Where do my research ideas come from……… • Clinical practice • Clinical/research priorities • Colleagues • Other research projects • Reading papers • Attending conferences • Funding opportunities • Patient, professional, commercial groups
  4. 4. £500 College of Occupational Therapy To investigate social service occupational therapy £25,000 Stroke Association Fellowship £1,450,000 NIHR grant To evaluate rehabilitation for stroke patients To complete M.Phil £175,000 Department of Health Fellowship To complete PhD £1,850,000 NIHR grant To evaluate a falls prevention intervention in care homes
  5. 5. Writing your own job description? • One day per week funded by the NHS • Two days funded by research grants • Two days funded by the University • One pay packet • Two sets of mandatory training • Two appraisals
  6. 6. What do I actually do? • Implementing and applying evidence based practice in stroke and falls prevention rehabilitation • Speak to patients and families about rehabilitation • Provide an expert clinical service for clinicians and patients • Work with clinical services to apply for research grants and to run research studies • Provide strategic leadership in research for the clinical service
  7. 7. • Head of an academic division • Supervise PhD, Masters and M. Phil students • Member of the steering group for the EM clinical academic pathway • Director of a Centre for Doctoral Training for Clinical Academic Careers • Manage the research enquiries in the clinical services • Review articles, grants, fellowships for Charites and the NIHR • Work with the Stroke Association, Dunhill Medical Trust, College of OT, CAPHR to promote rehabilitation research • Occupational Therapy advocate for the NIHR Academic
  8. 8. Projects Falls prevention in Care homes Facial palsy Dementia and activity Falls after stroke Neuropsychological rehabilitation for dressing Chair based exercise Patella femoral pain
  9. 9. Patient partnership
  10. 10. Thank you Pip.logan@nottingham.ac.uk

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