Editorial board member for the journal Hand Therapy.
Scientific committee member for the European Federation of Societies for Hand Therapy.
Co-applicant for FLARE; an NIHR-funded multi-centre randomised controlled trial comparing different surgical management of flexor tendon injuries.
Co-applicant for an NIHR Programme Development Grant: Improving work participation in people with physical long-term health conditions.
Local primary investigator for FIRST; an NIHR-funded multi-centre randomised controlled trial investigating rehabilitation after flexor tendon repair.
Research mentor through the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and National Institute for Health and Care Research.
Honorary Postdoctoral Research Fellow, MSk Lab, Imperial College London.
PhD, AHT (BAHT), MCSP, MSc, BSc (Hons)
Lisa is an accredited hand therapist (British Association of Hand Therapists) and joined the Bart’s Bone and Joint Health team in September 2023. Lisa is a mixed methods researcher and an advocate for research opportunities for clinicians from the professions alongside medicine (nursing, midwifery, allied health professions, healthcare science, pharmacy and psychology – NMAHPPs). Lisa led the development of an impact capture framework for research active NMAHPPs within the NHS and looks forward to supporting research awareness, engagement and activity for these professions at Barts Health NHS Trust.
Lisa’s clinical research interests focus on rehabilitation after hand and wrist injury or other non-traumatic conditions. Lisa currently holds a Postdoctoral Research Grant awarded by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Charitable Trust. This research explores how hand therapists can support their patients to remain in or return to work.
True to the physiotherapist stereotype, in her spare time, Lisa can usually be found outdoors running, cycling or swimming.
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Inter-rater and intra-rater reliability of finger goniometry measured from screenshots taken via video consultation.
Johnson D, Barradas R, Newington L.
Development of a framework and research impact capture tool for nursing, midwifery, allied health professions, healthcare science, pharmacy and psychology (NMAHPPs).
Newington L, Wells M, Begum S, Lavender AJ, Markham S, Tracy O, Alexander CM.
Reflections on contributing to health research: a qualitative interview study with research participants and patient advisors.
Newington L, Alexander CM, Kirby P, Saggu RK, Wells M.
Driving, work, wound care and rehabilitation after carpal tunnel release: consensus recommendations from a UK Delphi Study.
Newington L, Madan I, Sandford F.
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