Dr Jane Hislop PhD MSc BSc MCSP FHEA
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I am a physiotherapy lecturer and programme leader of the MSc (pre-registration) physiotherapy programme at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. I have a research interest in the measurement of physical activity and in promoting physical activity. I am also interested in public health and inequalities in health particularly around access to healthcare. I worked clinically for 10 years spending time in a variety of clinical areas within the NHS and Australian Health Care system. I also worked for 3 years as a physiotherapist in Sri Lanka with VSO and which included working for an organisation for victims of armed conflict.
2014 PhD, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
2004 PGC Tertiary Level Teaching Methods, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, pass with distinction.
1998 MSc Community Health, Edinburgh University, Department of Public Health, Edinburgh.
1991 BSc Physiotherapy, Queen’s College, Glasgow, pass with distinction.
Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Registered as a Physiotherapist with the Health Professions Council.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
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Hislop, J.; Gray, S.; Melling, S.; Paraskevopoulos, L.; Baer, G..(2015) An exploration of physical activity experiences in people with Parkinson's disease. World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015 Abstracts, Singapore, 1-4 May 2015, Physiotherapy. May 2015 101 Supplement 1:e572-e573 Supplement 1. DOI: 10.1016/j.physio.2015.03.3393
Hislop, J.; Lane, J.. (2015) Evaluation of a peer tutoring scheme to empower students in their transitions through the student journey In World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015 Abstracts, Singapore, 1-4 May 2015, Physiotherapy. May 2015 101 Supplement 1:e573-e574 Supplement 1. DOI: 10.1016/j.physio.2015.03.3394
Hislop, J.; Newlands, C.. (2015) Evaluation of a specialist physiotherapy service for homeless people In World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress 2015 Abstracts, Singapore, 1-4 May 2015, Physiotherapy. May 2015 101 Supplement 1:e574 Supplement 1. DOI: 10.1016/j.physio.2015.03.3395
Hislop,J., Palmer, N., Anand, P., Aldin, T., Clark, J. (2015) Validity of wrist worn accelerometers in preschool children ICAMPAM conference Limerick, Ireland
Doyle, A., Hislop, J., van der Lindon, M. (2014) A Qualitative Evaluation of ‘KICC Active Lothian’ Exercise Programmes for People with Long Term Health Conditions. Platform presentation. Scottish Physiotherapy Student Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland. 1st prize winner.
Newlands, C., Hislop, J. (2014) What are homeless people’s and service providers’ views and experiences of ‘Streetsmart Physio’ services in Edinburgh? Poster presentation. Scottish Physiotherapy Student Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Hislop, J.F., Law, J. Rush, R., Grainger, A., Bulley, C., Reilly, J.J., Mercer, T. (2013) How many hours and days of data provide reliable estimates of habitual physical activity in preschool children? ICAMPAM conference, Boston, USA.
Hislop, J.F., Bulley, C. Mercer, T. Reilly, J.J. (2011) Concurrent validity of the GT1M with MTI Accelerometer in Preschool children during free-play. World Physiotherapy Congress, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Hislop, J.F., Bulley, C. Mercer, T. Reilly, J.J. (2011) Reliability and concurrent validity of GT1M and MTI Actigraph Accelerometers using a mechanical setup. ICAMPAM conference, Glasgow, Scotland.
Hislop, J.F., Bulley, C. Mercer, T. Reilly, J.J.(2009) Physical Activity of Pre-school children in Lothian. Phase 1: Study of Accelerometer Methods . Poster presentation at staff Conference, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
Peacock, S., Hislop, J., Cleak, J. (2008) ‘Using ePortfolios with health professional learners to develop their digital identities for learning and continuing professional development’. Presentation at EIFEL, Building a Learning Europe, eportfolio & Digital Identity 2008 Conference, Maastricht, Netherlands.
Hislop, J., Murray, R., Newton, M. (2007) ‘Evaluation of six-month writing for publication programme’. Platform presentation at World Physiotherapy Congress, Vancouver, Canada.
Hislop, J., Smith, J. (2007) ‘A qualitative evaluation of physiotherapy service for homeless people in Glasgow’, Scotland. Platform presentation at World Physiotherapy Congress, Vancouver, Canada.
Hislop, J., Crowe, A. (2005) Personal safety issues for Physiotherapists working in the community. Celebrating Lanarkshire Conference, Presentation, Jackton, South Lanarkshire.
Hislop, J., Smith, J. (2004) A qualitative evaluation of the physiotherapy service for homeless people in Glasgow, Poster Presentation at the Allied Health Professions NHS Quality Improvement Scotland Clinical Effective Project. Third National Conference. Poster: 2nd Prize winner.
Hislop, J., Murray, R., Newton, M. (2004) Qualitative evaluation of a writing for publication course. Poster Presentation at NHS Education for Scotland conference on education Research and Development, Clydebank, Glasgow.
Hislop, J. (2004) Evaluation of the physiotherapy service for homeless people in Glasgow. Presentation at NHS Scottish School of Primary Care conference, Aberdeen Exhibition Centre. Abstract in ‘Primary Care Research: Supporting Service Development Conference 2004’ p 49-50.
Hislop, J. (2001) Barriers encountered by the single homeless in accessing primary health care. Scottish Physiotherapy Research Workshop, University of Stirling. UK, Presentation of MSc Dissertation.
Hislop, J., Bulley, C. Mercer, T. Reilly, J.J (2008) An investigation into free-play physical activity in preschool children in Lothian. Report for Physiotherapy Research Foundation.
Mercer,T.H., Fisher, A., Hislop, J. (2008) Developing an outcome evaluation framework for [email protected]’. Scottish Government Research Report (Vol I p42 and Vol II p 68)
Watson, H., Girvan, M., Kelly, T., Kerr, S., Hislop, J., Thow, M., Dickson, R., Coull, S. (2004) Training needs assessment of Drug and Alcohol Training Issues for Generic Health and Social Work staff. Report for Greater Glasgow NHS Board.
Hislop, J., Smith, J. (2003) Appraisal of the physiotherapy homeless service in Glasgow. A qualitative investigation. Report for Greater Glasgow Primary Care NHS Trust involving people steering group.
Scottish Executive (2002) Adding Life to Years, Report of the Expert Group on Healthcare of Older People’ January 2002. Contribution to final report.
Hislop J, Law J, Rush R, Grainger A, Bulley C, Reilly JJ, Mercer T (2014) An investigation into the minimum accelerometry wear time for reliable estimates of habitual physical activity and definition of a standard measurement day in pre-school children. Physiological Measurement. 35. 2213-2228.
Hislop J, Bulley C, Mercer T, Reilly JJ (2012) Comparison of accelerometry cut points for physical activity and sedentary behavior in preschool children: a validation study. Pediatric Exercise Science. 24, 563-576
Hislop J, Bulley C, Mercer T, Reilly JJ (2012) Comparison of epoch and uniaxial versus triaxial accelerometers in the measurement of physical activity in preschool children: a validation study. Pediatric Exercise Science . 24, 450-460
Dolan J, Young S, Roche P, Hislop J, and Kinsella J.(2009) Labour pain: the hidden influences of anxiety and social deprivation. Pain News, 2009 (Spring). 47-49.
Hislop J, Murray R, Newton M. (2008) Writing for publication: A case study. Practice Development in Health Care, Vol 7 (3) 156-163.
Reilly J J, Penpraze V, Hislop J, Davies G, Grant S, Paton J Y. (2008) Objective measurement of physical activity and sedentary behaviour: review with new data. Archives of Disease in Childhood Vol 93 pp 614-619.
Brown, H, Paul L, Hislop J, McFadyen A. (2004) ‘Erector spinae activity during three methods of lifting a baby car seat in postnatal women and matched controls’ Physiotherapy, Vol 90 (4) 204-9.
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Peacock, S., Morss, K., Scott,A., Hislop, J., Irvine, L.,Murray, S., Girdler,S.T. (2010). Using ePortfolios in higher education to encourage learner reflection and support personalised learning. In: O’Donoghue, J. (ed.).Technology-supported Environments for Personalized Learning: Methods and Case Studies. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Hislop J (2010) Fox J and R Day A Physiotherapist’s Guide to Clinical Measurement, Churchill Livingstone (2009) Physiotherapy Vol 96 (3) p26 [online] available from: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031940609001321
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