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Alison Keogh

Post Doc Research Fellow Lvl I
School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Science
University College Dublin, School of Public Health Physiotherapy and Sports Science

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Alison obtained a BSc (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy from UCD in 2010 and a MSc in Sports & Exercise Medicine from Trinity College Dublin in 2012. Following two years of work as a Chartered physiotherapist in elite sport and private practice, Alison commenced a PhD in UCD in September 2013 under the supervision of Dr.Deirdre Hurley-Osing and Dr. James Matthews. Her thesis title was 'Exploring physiotherapists' implementation of behaviour change theory and techniques within a group self-management programme for chronic musculoskeletal pain'. Following her thesis submission Alison commenced work in the personal sensing unit of the Insight Centre for Data Analytics within UCD. Her work focuses on the use of wearable technology within healthcare.


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