Staff Profiles: Jodie Finney

Jodie Finney

Staff Profile: Jodie Finney
Lecturer in Physiotherapy

Jodie Finney

Jodie Finney

Lecturer in Physiotherapy

Allied Health Professions

Physiotherapist (UK) and Registered Respiratory Care Practitioner (USA)

Biography

I graduated from the University of Birmingham School of Physiotherapy in 2004 and successfully obtained my licence as a registered respiratory care practitioner in Connecticut, USA in 2010. During my professional career I have worked in acute and community clinical care, operational leadership, service transformation and health care commissioning.

 

Qualifications

Award Title Institution Date
BSc Physiotherapy University of Birmingham 2004
AS Respiratory Manchester Community College, Connecticut, USA 2010

Membership of professional bodies

Health and Care Professionals Council

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

National Board for Respiratory Care

Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Respiratory Care

British Thoracic Society

European Respiratory Society

Teaching and research

Teaching

General physiotherapy clinical and professional skills

Cardiorespiratory care of patients with acute and chronic respiratory conditions

Therapeutic ventilation, airway management, critical care skills

Pulmonary rehabilitation and chronic breathlessness management

 

Level

Undergraduate

Research

Non-medical/holistic approaches to rehabilitation of patients with chronic breathlessness

Integration of care pathways

External responsibilities

Subjects for media interviews

Importance of building relationships for mutual support between the School of Health and Social Care and the local integrated care system

 

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