Jane Hislop

Biography

Since qualifying as a physiotherapist in 1991 Jane has worked as a physiotherapist in a range of health care settings in the UK, Australia, Sri Lanka and more recently California.

Jane has an interest in public health issues and studied Community Health at Edinburgh University and has a PhD from Queen Margaret University which focused on accelerometry measurement of Physical Activity in preschool children.

Jane is an experienced academic having worked as a lecturer in Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University, Queen Margaret University before joining Napier University in 2018 to be the programme lead for Physiotherapy.

Before joining Napier, Jane spent 2 years in California where she worked as associate faculty at Sacramento State University on their Doctoral Progamme in Physical Therapy.

Jane is an HCPC licenced physiotherapist in the UK and is licenced to practice as a Physical Therapist in California.

Themes

Esteem

External Examining/Validations

  • External Examiner

 

Membership of Professional Body

  • Member of the Higher Education Academy
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy - Full member
  • Health Care Professions Council

 

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Integrating education for Allied Health Professionals and Social Work to meet the health and social care needs for tomorrow's Scottish population

Presentation / Conference
Anne McKay, E., James, K., Hislop, J., MacDonald, D., & Yates, P. (2019, July)
Integrating education for Allied Health Professionals and Social Work to meet the health and social care needs for tomorrow's Scottish population. Poster presented at Occupational Therapy Australia 28th Conference & Exhibition
Introduction: Integration of health and social care services in Scotland has been described as being the most significant change to health and social care provision since 1948...

Development of an Integrated Curriculum for Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Social Work Students in Scotland

Presentation / Conference
Hislop, J., MacDonald, D., Yates, P., James, K., McLelland, C., Hillen, P., …McKay, E. (2019, May)
Development of an Integrated Curriculum for Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Social Work Students in Scotland. Poster presented at World Confederation for Physical Therapy, Geneva, Switzerland
Background: The Public Bodies (Joint Working) (Scotland) Act (2014) came into effect in April 2016 bringing in integration of adult health and social care services in Scotland...

Making Integrated Health and Social Care Education a Reality: A Scottish Example

Presentation / Conference
McKay, E., James, K., Macdonald, D., Hislop, J., & Yates, P. (2018, October)
Making Integrated Health and Social Care Education a Reality: A Scottish Example. Paper presented at 24th ENOTHE Annual Meeting 2018
Integration of health and social care services in Scotland has been described as being the most significant change to health and social care provision since 1948 (Scottish Gov...

Minimum Wear Duration for the activPAL Professional Activity Monitor in Adolescent Females

Journal Article
Dowd, K. P., Purtill, H., Harrington, D. M., Hislop, J. F., Reilly, J. J., & Donnelly, A. E. (2017)
Minimum Wear Duration for the activPAL Professional Activity Monitor in Adolescent Females. Pediatric Exercise Science, 29(3), 427-433. https://doi.org/10.1123/pes.2016-0188
Objectives: This study aims to determine the minimum number of days of monitoring required to reliably predict sitting/lying time, standing time, light intensity physical acti...

Postgraduate taught students and preparedness for Master’s level study: polishing the facets of the Master’s diamond

Journal Article
Bamber, V., Choudhary, C. J., Hislop, J., & Lane, J. (2019)
Postgraduate taught students and preparedness for Master’s level study: polishing the facets of the Master’s diamond. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 43(2), 236-250. https://doi.org/10.1080/0309877x.2017.1359502
Transitions are increasingly recognised as difficult, and less has been written about transitions to postgraduate taught programmes than about transitions into undergraduate o...

Validity of wrist worn accelerometers and comparability between hip and wrist placement sites in estimating physical activity behaviour in preschool children

Journal Article
Hislop, J., Palmer, N., Anand, P., & Aldin, T. (2016)
Validity of wrist worn accelerometers and comparability between hip and wrist placement sites in estimating physical activity behaviour in preschool children. Physiological Measurement, 37(10), 1701-1714. https://doi.org/10.1088/0967-3334/37/10/1701
Wrist-worn accelerometers can increase compliance with wearing accelerometers, however, several large scale studies continue to use hip-worn accelerometers and it is unclear h...

An exploration of physical activity experiences in people with Parkinson's disease

Journal Article
Hislop, J., Gray, S., Melling, S., Paraskevopoulos, L., & Baer, G. (2015)
An exploration of physical activity experiences in people with Parkinson's disease. Physiotherapy, 101(S1), e572-e573. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physio.2015.03.3393
Background: Parkinson's disease is a chronic, progressive neurological condition that is estimated to affect over 6 million people worldwide (EPDA 2014). Regular engagement in...

Evaluation of a peer tutoring scheme to empower students in their transitions through the student journey

Journal Article
Hislop, J., & Lane, J. (2015)
Evaluation of a peer tutoring scheme to empower students in their transitions through the student journey. Physiotherapy, 101(S1), e573-e574. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physio.2015.03.3394
Background: Peer tutoring has potential to empower students to successfully navigate transitions across different stages of their student journey. A peer tutoring scheme was t...

Evaluation of a specialist physiotherapy service for homeless people

Journal Article
Hislop, J., & Newlands, C. (2015)
Evaluation of a specialist physiotherapy service for homeless people. Physiotherapy, 101(S1), e574. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physio.2015.03.3395
Background: Research suggests that homeless people experience higher levels of mental and physical health problem than the rest of the population. Despite the greater need for...

An investigation into the minimum accelerometry wear time for reliable estimates of habitual physical activity and definition of a standard measurement day in pre-school children.

Journal Article
Hislop, J., Law, J., Rush, R., Grainger, A., Bulley, C., Reilly, J. J., & Mercer, T. (2014)
An investigation into the minimum accelerometry wear time for reliable estimates of habitual physical activity and definition of a standard measurement day in pre-school children. Physiological Measurement, 35(11), 2213-2228. https://doi.org/10.1088/0967-3334/35/11/2213
The purpose of this study was to determine the number of hours and days of accelerometry data necessary to provide a reliable estimate of habitual physical activity in pre-sch...