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 Sue Annetts

Sue Annetts

Uwch-ddarlithydd: Ffisiotherapi

Ysgol y Gwyddorau Gofal Iechyd

+44 (0)29 206 87731
Ystafell 3.42, Ystafell 3.42, 3ydd llawr, Ty Dewi Sant, Campws y Mynydd Bychan, Prifysgol Caerdydd, Caerdydd CF14 4XN


Research Interests

  • Assessment, Learning and Teaching
  • Ergonomic Seating
  • Manual Handling
  • Test of Incremental Respiratory Endurance (TIRE)


I qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 1988 and have worked in a variety of clinical settings (including NHS trusts, private practice / hospitals and sports clinics), predominantly specialising in out-patient musculoskeletal problems. In 1998 I commenced work as a physiotherapy lecturer, teaching across a range of topics on the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Since then, I have taken on the roles of being the Assessment Officer and Disability Contact for the undergraduate physiotherapy programme.

I am also an examiner for the Sports Performance Services.

Ymrwymiadau siarad cyhoeddus

Annette S. Baker T. Day R. and Evans E. (2012) Informing students of the requirements of Higher Education: A bespoke online solution. Poster and platform presentation at HEA Conference: What Works: Student Retention and success, York.

Sloman E. and Annetts S. (2014) A pilot study comparing the effect of static stretching and compression massage on hamstring flexibility. Presented at: Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Conference, International Conference Centre, Birmingham, UK, 10th - 11th October 2014.

Rooke M. and Annetts s. (2014) A Pilot study into the reliability of partial weight bearing. Presented at: Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Conference, International Centre, Birmingham, UK, 10th and 11th October 2014.

Edwards R. and Annetts S. (2014) A pilot investigation comparing neck angle in a standardised standing position and a self-selected texting standing position. Presented at: Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Conference, International Centre, Birmingham, UK, 10th and 11th October 2014.












The majority of my teaching is on the Physiotherapy (Hons) BSc programme; the topics I most commonly teach are anatomy (module lead), physiotherapy musculoskeletal skills, research methods, and personal and professional development. I teach, assess and supervise dissertation students on the MSc Physiotherapy programme as required.

I am a member of the musculoskeletal research team within physiotherapy.   I also conduct research as part of my role as the Department$acirc;  s assessment officer.