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Mr Mark Thomas

Mr Mark Thomas

thomam42@lsbu.ac.uk

Physiotherapy, Sports Rehab & Chiropractic

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9415-0469

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I am a Senior Lecturer in Chiropractic within the Division of Chiropractic, Sport Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy. I am currently the course director and professional lead for the Integrated Masters of Chiropractic Course.

Prior to joining LSBU I worked in clinical leadership roles including the design and implementation of an advanced practitioner telephonic triage service. Following this, I led a multidisciplinary physical therapy team in a hospital setting.

My clinical and research interests include clinical reasoning and safety in the management of spinal pain. In particular, I am interested in the role patients' attitudes and beliefs play in positive and negative outcomes associated with the treatment of spinal pain.

I am a part-time PhD student at LSBU investigating ‘the attitudes and beliefs towards manual therapy held by patients experiencing low back pain’.

I am chair of the Chiropractic Patient Incident Reporting and Learning System (CPiRLS) development group at the Royal College of Chiropractors (RCC).

Courses taught

Chiropractic - iMSc

Sport Rehabilitation - BSc (Hons)

Sport Rehabilitation - Integrated Masters

Master of Chiropractic

Welsh Institute of Chiropractic (WIOC), University of South Wales.

2005
2009
MSc Rehabilitation Science

University of Brighton

2012
2014
Royal College of Chiropractic (RCC)
2005
Teesside University
External examiner

Chiropractic

September 2020

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What is a scoping review?
Rodger, D., Admani, A. and Thomas, M. What is a scoping review? Evidence-Based Nursing. https://doi.org/10.1136/ebnurs-2024-103969