Mr John Fox
I qualified from the Leeds School of Physiotherapy in 1974. I worked as a clinician/ manager in a number of hospitals, including Doncaster, Barnsley and Weymouth, eventually becoming a Superintendent II in Plymouth in 1986.
I had completed the three elements (peripheral, spinal and advanced spinal) of the MACP courses by 1981.
I completed my MSc in Health Care: Professional Education at Exeter University in 1993 and almost immediately joined the teaching staff at the (then) Cardiff School of Physiotherapy.
I have taught in many areas of the undergraduate course, particularly, anatomy, electrotherapy, mobilisations and research and evaluation.
I was an initial module leader of the MSc in Physiotherapy when it was first introduced in 1994. I taught on the course for a number of years.
I have recently become involved in writing academic publications, which I believe will be of great assistance to physiotherapy students. I have also encouraged a number of colleagues to try their hand at publishing.