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Dr Monica Busse 


Qualifications

BSc Physiotherapy (University of Stellenbosch), December 1993

BSc (Med) Hons. Ergonomics (first class) (University of Cape Town), December 1996

MSc (Med) Biomedical Sciences (distinction) (University of Cape Town), December 2001

PhD (University of Wales College of Medicine), July 2005

Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning (Kingston University), July 2001

Diploma in Research Methods (University of Wales College of Medicine), May 2003

Certificate in Teaching Statistics in Higher Education (Royal Statistical Society), February 2005

I am in possession of both a Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning and a Certificate in Teaching Statistics in Higher Education (Royal Statistical Society). My teaching interests and professional development is aligned with my research work and has a clear focus on physiotherapy provision for people with Long Term Neurological Conditions (LTNCs). I also have a particular interest in innovative methods for teaching research and statistics and the use of reliability analyses and mixed methods in healthcare research which has developed as a direct result of application in my research area. I contribute to teaching on the Research Methods of Health and Social Care, Experimental Designs, Neuroscience and Neurorehabilitation modules. I also collaborate with clinicians and researchers based both in other schools within Cardiff University and other academic institutions in the United Kingdom and regularly review grants submitted for funding and manuscripts submitted for publication in the field of physiotherapy, neurology and rehabilitation.