Stephanie’s background as a chartered physiotherapist and clinical leader has proved invaluable as programme director for the MSc Health Care Management. She has many years of UK and international experience including work in Singapore and Malawi. Following ten years working in health in Wales, Stephanie completed a three year PhD scholarship with PoWIS (Prince of Wales Innovation Scholarship) and the Rural Health Implementation Group at Welsh Government exploring the Adoption of Innovation in health and social care.
Stephanie’s teaching includes modules on the MSc Health Care Management, MSc Public Health and Health Promotion and the NHS Wales graduate MSc programme. She is also involved with several clinical and non-clinical undergraduate programmes. She is particularly interested in innovative assessment approaches.
Her research interests span topics such as the roles of AHPS and public health (such as non-communicable diseases in particular the role of physical activity) to innovating in health and social care. Her active research activities include work with the Improvement Science Research Group and several different projects on leadership, integration, professional identity and innovation.