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Professor Jo Jackson

Professor
School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences
Professor Jo Jackson
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 874277

  • Location

    ESA.3.27, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Full-Time

Profile

Qualifications

  • EdD University of East Anglia

  • MSc Ergonomics Loughborough University

  • Cert Ed (FE) Wolverhampton Polytechnic

  • BA Open University

  • MCSP Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Learning and teaching

Open to supervise

Professional healthcare education

Open to supervise

Pilates and physiotherapy in womens health

Open to supervise

Gait and ageing

Open to supervise

Current research

Pilates and physiotherapy in women's health; gait and ageing

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Professional Enquiry (HS240)

  • Research and Evidence for Practice 2 (HS357)

  • Professional Enquiry (SE222)

  • Applying and Using Learning in Practice (SE729)

  • Further Research Methods in Sport, Exercise and Health (SE738)

  • Research Project (SE740)

  • Contexts of Physiotherapy Practice (SE215)

  • Contexts for Contemporary Practice (SE706)

  • Dissertation (SE730)

Previous supervision

Weeranan Yaemrattanakul
Weeranan Yaemrattanakul
Thesis title: The Effect of Mindfulness Movement Therapy on Arm and Hand Function in People with and Without Stroke
Degree subject: Physiotherapy
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 29/5/2019
Kim Rachel Duffy
Kim Rachel Duffy
Thesis title: The Effects of Age on Gait and Functional Movement Characteristics in an Older Adult Population
Degree subject: Sport and Exercise Science
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 25/6/2018
Susan Margaret Mapes
Susan Margaret Mapes
Thesis title: Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging - an Exploration of Physiotherapists' Interests and Use in Practice
Degree subject: Health Care Education
Degree type: Doctorate
Awarded date: 25/5/2017
Victor Adimabua Utti
Victor Adimabua Utti
Thesis title: Muscle Strengthening in Stroke Rehabilitation: Knowledge of and Barriers to its Use By UK Neuro Physiotherapists
Degree subject: Health Care Education
Degree type: Doctorate
Awarded date: 14/1/2016

Publications

Journal articles (9)

Hak, L., Hettinga, FJ., Duffy, KR., Jackson, J., Sandercock, GRH. and Taylor, MJD., (2019). The concept of margins of stability can be used to better understand a change in obstacle crossing strategy with an increase in age. Journal of Biomechanics. 84, 147-152

Mallows, A., Littlewood, C., Jackson, J. and Debenham, J., (2019). Managing Achilles Pain (the MAP study) – A process evaluation of data collection methods. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice. 42, 60-66

van Kooten, D., Hettinga, FJ., Duffy, K., Jackson, J. and Taylor, MJD., (2018). Are there associations with age and sex in walking stability in healthy older adults?. Gait and Posture. 60, 65-70

Lausen, A., Marsland, L., Head, S., Jackson, J. and Lausen, KB., (2018). Modified Pilates as an adjunct to standardphysiotherapy care for urinaryincontinence: a mixed methods pilot for arandomised controlled trial. BMC Women's Health. 18 (16), 16-

Coughlan, D., Taylor, MJD. and Jackson, J., (2018). The impact of warm-up on youth golfer clubhead speed and self-reported shot quality. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. 13 (5), 828-834

Coughlan, D., Taylor, M., Jackson, J., Ward, N. and Beardsley, C., (2017). Physical Characteristics Of Youth Elite Golfers And Their Relationship With Driver Clubhead Speed. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 1-1

Bungay, H., Jackson, J. and Lord, S., (2016). Exploring assistant practitioners? views of their role and training. Nursing Standard. 30 (30), 46-52

Shaughnessy, L. and Jackson, J., (2015). Introduction of a new ward round approach in a cardiothoracic critical care unit. Nursing in Critical Care

Jackson, JM., Bungay, H., Smyth, H. and Lord, S., (2015). The status of assistant practitioners in the NHS. British Journal of Healthcare Management. 21 (4), 186-189

Grants and funding

2018

Physiotherapy students and the transformation of the physiotherapy workforce

HEALTH EDUCATION ENGLAND

2017

Evaluation Scoping-A Better Start Southend

Pre school learning Alliance

2012

Modified Pilates as an adjunct to standard physiotheraphy care for urinary incontinence: A pilot study

Colchester Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Contact

jo.jackson@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 874277

Location:

ESA.3.27, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Full-Time