This professional development will include the latest research findings on rotator cuff injury and dysfunction and demonstrate a progressive approach to the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of the rotator cuff complex.
The recording is of a webinar presented by ESSA on 23 February 2016.
Deborah is currently the Senior Lecturer, Project Leader – Work Integrated Learning in the Centre of Learning Innovation and Professional Practice at Federation University Australia. She is also an accredited Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Senior Lecturer, Program Coordinator, Clinical Manager and Clinical Supervisor in the areas of clinical exercise physiology, musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation and exercise prescription.
Deborah has taught at the tertiary level for 27 years and has extensive experience in the development of both Higher Education and TAFE curriculum and have been a Chief Investigator on three major grants (two with the ALTC and one with DoHA). She was a key member of the Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA) national Accreditation and Curriculum Committee, responsible for the development of the national accreditation standards for the Clinical Exercise Physiology and Exercise Science professions. Her PhD focusses on the areas of knowledge translation, workforce capacity building and continuing education in the exercise physiology profession.
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