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PhD researcher in psychology


Lauren qualified as a physiotherapist in 2009 and worked in a number of positions across the United Kingdom. She has specialised in Community Stroke and Neurological Rehabilitation since 2015, working in New Zealand before returning to the UK to complete a Masters in Clinical Research. Lauren started working for the Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust in the Community Stroke and Neuro Rehab Team in 2019. Her PhD, which started in January 2022 and is funded by the Stroke Association, relates to how therapeutic relationships between clinicians and stroke survivors can support self-management in the community. 

Research interests

Understanding how therapeutic relationships between clinicians and stroke patients can support self-management and long-term stroke recovery, focusing on rehabilitation delivered in the community. 

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Science, MSc Clinical Research, The University of Sheffield


Bachelor of Science, BSc Physiotherapy, The University of Salford


Research Beacons, Institutes and Platforms

  • Healthier Futures


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