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Ms. Jane Kavanagh

Biography

I am a physiotherapy graduate of University College Dublin, with an MSc in Physiotherapy from University College London and a Diploma in Clinical Education from NUIG. I have worked in a broad range of clinical areas in the hospital setting and was clinical tutor to 3rd year physiotherapy students of UCD for a number of years. Since specialising in musculo-skeletal physiotherapy and working in private practice, I have also worked part-time as a lecturer in functional anatomy and musculo-skeletal assessment and treatment. In February 2011, I joined the Practice Education Team at UL and now work fulltime as a Regional Placement Facilitator.

Research Interests

Innovative placement experiences

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journals

1999

"Is there a positional fault at the inferior tibio-fibular joint in patients with acute or chronic ankle sprains compared to normals?"
Kavanagh J.
(1999) "Is there a positional fault at the inferior tibio-fibular joint in patients with acute or chronic ankle sprains compared to normals?"
In Manual Therapy; Churchill Livingstone : pp. 19-24

Other Journals

2015

The Benefits and Challenges of Student-led clinics within an Irish context.
Kavanagh J., Kearns A., McGarry T.
(2015) The Benefits and Challenges of Student-led clinics within an Irish context.
In Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning; UK : Whiting & Birch pp. 58-72