Dr Pam Bagley
|Position||Dean of Faculty of Health Studies|
|Department||Faculty of Health Studies|
Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities
Pam acts as supervisor to students undertaking a range of Masters dissertation projects, mainly around aspects of physiotherapy practice.
Dr Pamela Bagley is the Dean of the Faculty of Health Studies at the University of Bradford.
Originally qualifying as a Physiotherapist Pam worked clinically in Derbyshire, eventually specialising in neurological rehabilitation. She moved to Bradford in 1994 to join the then Bradford and Airedale College of Health, which became part of the University of Bradford in April 1996.
Pam developed her teaching interests in the fields of neurology, neurophysiology, research and evidence based practice. Her PhD was in the field of rehabilitation for people who have sustained a stroke.
MSc Research in Rehabilitation and Caring Practice (Loughborough University)
PhD: Rehabilitation for heavily dependent patients with acute stroke (University of Bradford)
Roorda, L.D., Green, J., Houwink, A., Molenaar, I.W., Bagley, P., Smith, J. and Geurts, A.C.H. (2012) The Rivermead Mobility Index allows valid comparisons between subgroups of patients undergoing rehabilitation after stroke who differ with respect to age, sex or side of lesion. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93, pp.1086-1090
Roorda, L.D., Green, J., Houwink, A., Molenaar, I.W., Bagley, P., Smith, J. and Geurts, A.C.H. (2012) Item hierarchy-based analysis of the Rivermead Mobility Index resulted in improved interpretation and enabled faster scoring in patients undergoing rehabilitation after stroke. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 93, pp.1091-10
Bagley, P., Hudson, M., Green, J., Forster, A. and Young, J. (2009) Do physiotherapy staff record treatment time accurately: an observational study. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23, pp. 841-845
Roorda, L.D., Green, J., De Kluis, K.A., Molenaar, I.W., Bagley, P., Smith, J. and Geurts, A.C.H. (2008) Excellent cross-cultural validity, intratest reliability and construct validity of the Dutch Rivermead Mobility Index in stroke patients undergoing rehabilitation. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 40, pp.727-32
Bagley, P., Hudson, M., Forster, A., Smith, J. and Young, J. (2005) A randomised trial evaluation of the Oswestry standing frame for patients after stroke. Clinical Rehabilitation, 19, pp.354-364
Callaghan, M., Selfe, J., Bagley, P. and Oldham, J. (2002) The Effects of Patellar Taping on Knee Joint Proprioception. Journal of Athletic Training, 37 (1), pp.19-24
Callaghan, M., Selfe, J., Bagley, P. and Oldham, J. (2000) The Effects of Patellar Taping on Knee Joint Proprioception. Physiotherapy, 86 (11), pp.590 (Abstract)
Dowswell, G., Forster, A., Young, J., Sheard, J., Wright, P. and Bagley, P. (1999) The development of a collaborative stroke training programme for nurses. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 8 (6), pp.743-752
Forster, A., Dowswell, G., Young, J., Bagley, P., Sheard, J. and Wright, P. (1999) Effect of a physiotherapist-led training programme on attitudes of nurses caring for patients after stroke. Clinical Rehabilitation, 13, pp.113-122
Forster, A., Dowswell, G., Young, J., Sheard, J., Wright, P. and Bagley, P. (1999) Effects of a Physiotherapist-led-stroke training programme for nurses. Age and Ageing, 28 (6), pp. 567-574
Pam is a Partner Visitor for the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), undertaking reviews of the standards of Physiotherapy and other health programmes offered by institutions in the UK. She also acts as external examiner for physiotherapy programmes at the University of Brighton and Keele University.
Pam is a Member of the Health Education England Yorkshire and the Humber (HEYH), West Yorkshire Partnership Council and the Council of Deans for Health.
She is registered with the HCPC and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.