Tam is a neurological physiotherapist with over 30 years clinical experience. She currently works as an Advanced Practitioner in the Flinders Rehabilitation Services and has a strong interest in stroke rehabilitation. Tam has developed clinical expertise across a range of rehabilitation areas including neuroprosthetic gait training and the management of spasticity. Tam has completed her PhD where she explored adherence to exercise in stroke survivors through a number of methods, including a qualitative study and an implementation study.
Since completing her PhD Tam has continued to develop skills and knowledge in behavioral science and implementation science. Tam completed the University College of London Principles and Practices (Behaviour Change Wheel) course and in 2023 is a participant in the National Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health training program. She continues to work to develop expertise as a clinician researcher and implementation scientist.
Tam works in the CNHS in a research/teaching role. Her research is primarily focused on stroke rehabilitation and implementation of evidence-based practice. She teaches into the Bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters of Physiotherapy programs.
Bachelor of Science (physiotherapy)
Graduate Diploma (Neurology)
I am an active member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, Neurology Interest Group.
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