NHS Lanarkshire - NMPDC Website
Peter Glover, MSc, BSc (Hons)
Practice Education Facilitator - AHPs
Peter Glover graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 1999 with a BSc Honours Degree in Physiotherapy.
He initially worked in Hairmyres Hospital as a rotational therapist, and moved to Monklands Hospital in 2001.
Peter took on the role of the AHP Research & Development Committee Member where issues about research projects within the hospital were discussed and given approval to be conducted..
Peter has completed a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, where he graduated with distinction.
dissertation was titled "Physiotherapists' Motivations for Embarking Upon Taught Master's Level Study".
This research has been published in the internation journal "Advances in Physiotherapy
The results were also presented in two papers at the 2007 World Physical Therapy Congress
Peter was employed as the Superintendent Physiotherapist at Stonehouse Hospital, where he has responsibility for the inpatient, out-patient and domiciliary Physiotherapy Services for the Department.
is the AHP
Practice-based Education Facilitator
(PEF) for NHS Lanarkshire
and the State Hopsital, which is a 3 year, part-time secondment, which is funded by NHS Education for Scotland (NES).
The Practice-based Education Facilitators Programme
within Lanarkshire is focusing on facilitating staff to meet their HPC CPD requirement for re-registration and looking at the capacity for, and quality, of student placements (practice placements) across the professions.
Mr Peter Glover
Practice Education Facilitator - AHP's
Practice Development Centre for AHP's, Midwives & Nurses