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|BAHT Education Sub-Committee|
About the Education Sub-Committee
The BAHT Education Sub Committee is run by qualified occupational therapists and physiotherapists who all have a special interest in hand therapy education and in promoting the BAHT education system and Accredited Hand Therapist award. They give their time voluntarily and each member takes responsibility for a different aspect of the committees' role.
Any information you may wish to submit to the committee should be received by the administrative secretary no less than 2 weeks prior to the meeting date.
Please click here for the ESC meeting dates.
To contact the Education Sub-Committee, please click here
The Current Education Sub-Committee is:
Nikki has over 15 year’s experience in Hand Therapy at Mount Vernon Hospital and Royal Free Hospital London. She gained her Accredited Hand Therapist (BAHT)award in 2002 and MSc in Advancing Practice in 2005. She has undertaken research projects over the years with different colleagues and is still very interested in research.
Nikki has been a BAHT Education Sub-committee member since 1998-2008 and chaired the committee from 2004-2008. She was asked to rejoin in 2010 and is once again holding the Chair position. Nikki has also been a member of the European Society of Hand Therapy Education committee since 2006 and a member of the International Society of Hand Therapy Education committee since 2009.
She is a returning lecturer at three local universities for Physiotherapy Graduate and Post Graduate Hand Therapy courses.
Eve have been working for BAHT Executive Committee and Education Sub-committee since 1998 as clerical and administrative assistant. Her main role is to be the first point of contact for BAHT for members and general enquiries. She also maintains the membership database to ensure it is up to date and keeps the website updated.
The role has grown over the years and she has enjoyed getting to know BAHT members and working alongside both committees.
Level ii & AHT co-ordinator
Catherine has been on the committee since 2007 and took on the AHT co-ordinator role in 2009.· She is an occupational therapist, based at King’s College Hospital London hand and upper limb therapy team. Areas of interest include hand therapy education and training, hand therapy for joint hypermobility syndrome and splinting.
Level I co-ordinator
Zoe has over 12 years experience in Hand Therapy working at Queen Victoria Hospital (East Grinstead), Chelsea & Westminster and currently at Guys & St Thomas's Hospitals. She gained a post graduate diploma in hand therapy in 2009. Zoe was a Director of BAHT on the Executive Committee between 2003 - 2009, chairing the association between 2006-2009.
Zoe has been involved in education in many forms; running her own courses, teaching on BAHT Validated courses and post graduate hand therapy lecturing at a London based university. She continues to be involved in conference and workshop presentation, both in the United Kindom and Internationally.
Fiona is a Physiotherapist, working for most of the past 15 years in a dedicated Hand and Upper Limb unit.
Christine is an Occupational Therapist who has specialised in hand therapy for over 12 years.
Originally from New Zeland she has worked both in New Zealand and the UK. For the past 8 years she has worked at Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead. She has completed a Post Graduate certificate in Hand Therapy and has a particular interest in Paediatric Hand Therapy.
Christine has been a member of the ESC since 2010 and co-ordinates the APL applications.
Level Ii & level III Co-ordinator
Ella has been on the committee since 2006 and took on the Level III co-ordinator role in 2007.
She is an occupational therapist, based at the Pulvertaft Hand Unit in Derby.
Areas of interest include hand and upper limb therapy education and training and therapy within amateur and high performance sport.
If you are interested in becoming involved with the BAHT Education Sub Committee, please contact us as we are often looking for