Dr Claire Baldwin

Lecturer in Physiotherapy

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Sturt West (W422)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Claire is 'helping the most at-risk people in hospital get moving.' She is a registered physiotherapist (with AHPRA) who obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of South Australia, and PhD from Flinders University. Claire is a researcher-teacher-clinician, with expertise in physiotherapy and the physical recovery of people with acute medical or surgical conditions. Her clinical and research work has specifically focused on those recovering from a critical illness that required mechanical ventilation, other cardiorespiratory conditions and older medical patients. She has experience in range of methods to measure respiratory and peripheral muscle performance, body composition, exercise capacity, mobility and physical activity.

Qualifications

B.Physiotherapy (Honours)

PhD

Teaching interests

- Cardiorespiratory physiotherapy including critical illness

- Management of acute medical and surgical conditions (cardiorespiratory, orthopaedic, neurological)

- Research methods including outcome measurement

- Foundational skills for health professionals including preparedness for clinical placements

Topic coordinator
PHYT8003 Cardiorespiratory practice
Topic lecturer
PHYT8011 Physiotherapy Clinical Practice
PHYT8002 Performance of Movement and Function
PHYT9010 Health Promotion and Leadership in Physiotherapy
Supervisory interests
Clinical nutrition
Critical care medicine
Hospitals
Outcome measurement
Patient outcomes
Physical activity
Physiotherapy
Respiratory medicine
Sedentary behaviour
Higher degree by research supervision
Current
Associate supervisor: Exercise and nutrition from hospital to home for frail older adults (1)
Higher degree by research student achievements
Jordan Tumes

Honours - JUN 2019

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