As a Senior Lecturer within the School of Health, 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.
- BSc Physiotherapy
- MSc Physiotherapy (pre-registration)
- MSc Sports and Exercise Medicine
- MSK Physiotherapy
- Research Methods
- Exercise for Health
- Physiology for Physiotherapists
- Epidemiology and Sports Trauma Management
Lawrence is currently undertaking a PhD investigating the Epidemiology of Injury in Women's Football. He is a member of the Musculoskeletal Health Research Group
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Mayhew L; Snowdon N (2015) Inter Rater Reliability of the Tuck Jump Assessment in Elite Female Soccer Players. In: International Congress on Sports Sciences Research and Technology Support, 15 November 2015 - 17 November 2015, Lisbon.
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Mayhew L; Johnson M; Francis P; Snowdon N; Jones G (2017) Inter-rater reliability, internal consistency and common technique flaws of the tuck jump assessment in elite female football players. Science and Medicine in Football, 1 (2), pp. 139-144.