Phil Bright ESO030 e1418742301425 526x526
Phil Bright ESO030 e1418742301425 526x526

Dr Philip Bright

Head of Research & Professional Development

Qualifications & Further Awards/Achievements University of Kent, Medway Campus.2017 – Doctor of Philosophy – PhD – Sport and Exercise Science and Sports Therapy University of Greenwich, London.2012 Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education PGCHE British School Of Osteopathy, London.2011 Post Graduate Certificate in Research Methods PGCRM European School Of Osteopathy, Maidstone, Kent.2009 BSc Osteopathy (Honours)2009 Diploma […]

Qualifications & Further Awards/Achievements

  • University of Kent, Medway Campus.2017 – Doctor of Philosophy – PhD – Sport and Exercise Science and Sports Therapy
  • University of Greenwich, London.2012 Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education PGCHE
  • British School Of Osteopathy, London.2011 Post Graduate Certificate in Research Methods PGCRM
  • European School Of Osteopathy, Maidstone, Kent.2009 BSc Osteopathy (Honours)2009 Diploma in Osteopathy2005 Science Foundation Diploma=
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Registered with The General Osteopathic Council
  • Member of The Institute of Osteopathy
  • Member of The Institute of Analysts and Programmers

 

Roles

  • Head of Research and Professional Development

 

Professional Interest/Publications

  • Temporomandibular joint effusion and its relationship with perceived disability assessed using musculoskeletal ultrasound and a patient-reported disability index. Ultrasound, Sage Journals, In-Press
  • Assessing undergraduate osteopaths in the identification of patients’ excess body weight International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine/Elsevier. July, 2013
  • An exploratory study into the ethos of osteopaths working in animal practice Elsevier December, 2012
  • What puts the adverse in ‘adverse events’? Patients’ perceptions of post-treatment experiences in osteopathy – A qualitative study using focus groups. Manual Therapy/Elsevier. March, 2012
  • Patients’ perceptions of post-treatment experiences in osteopathy: A qualitative study using focus groups Elsevier. June 2011

Personal Interests

  • Time management !