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Lawrence Mayhew


About Lawrence Mayhew

As a Senior Lecturer within the School of Clinical & Applied Sciences, Lawrence currently teaches on BSc and MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration) and MSc Sports and Exercise Medicine programmes. He currently modules leads MSK Physiotherapy (level 5 and level 7) and Epidemiology and Sports Trauma Management module (level 7) and is the admissions tutor for MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration) programme.

Previous to his work in higher education, Lawrence has worked in the NHS and private sector and sports medicine in men's professional rugby and elite female football.

Current Teaching

  • BSc Physiotherapy
  • MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration)
  • MSc Sports and Exercise Medicine

Key modules:

  • MSK Physiotherapy
  • Research Methods
  • Exercise for Health
  • Physiology for Physiotherapists
  • Epidemiology and Sports Trauma Management

Research Interests

Lawrence is currently enrolled on a professional doctorate at the University, with his area of interest being 'Neuromuscular injury risk factors in female football players'

He is currently working on a number of projects in both football injury audits and physiological testing. Lawrence has particular interest in football related injury epidemiology and injury risk in elite female footballers

Selected Publications

Journal articles (1)

Chapters (1)

  • Longbottom J; Gibson J (2010) Acupuncture in Manual Therapy (2011). In: Longbottom J; Gibson J . : , pp. .

Conference contributions (2)

  • Jones G; Mayhew L; Francis P; johnson M (2016) Common technique flaws identified by the tuck jump assessment in elite female soccer players Nottingham 20161129. : Taylor & Francis.
  • Mayhew L; Snowdon N (2015) Inter Rater Reliability of the Tuck Jump Assessment in Elite Female Soccer Players Lisbon 20151115. : .

Newspaper or magazine articles (1)

  • Clews G (2015), Physios join 2016 Paralympic preparations in Brazil. http://www.csp.org.uk/news/2014/12/10/physios-join-2016-paralympic-preparations-brazil
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