08 Oct Sue Innes
Dr Sue Innes DHealthEd, SFHEA, MMACP, MCSP.
Senior Lecturer, School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences. University of Essex. United Kingdom.
Sue Innes trained as a physiotherapist at The Middlesex Hospital, London and has worked in many clinical posts in the musculoskeletal speciality.
Her first role in higher education was at The University of East London where she contributed to the undergraduate physiotherapy programme.
She currently leads the postgraduate musculoskeletal and sonography programme at The University of Essex and has delivered courses in the United Kingdom and internationally.
Her doctorate research explored physiotherapists’ use of musculoskeletal ultrasound imaging and the effectiveness of educational strategies designed to facilitate clinical competence.
This investigation has been followed by projects and publications exploring the specific opportunities presented by point of care musculoskeletal ultrasound.
Current research interests include the impact of point of care musculoskeletal ultrasound on patients’ understanding of their presentation and their perception of the assessing clinician’s credibility.