BA (Hons) BSc (Hons) MCSP
Clinical Research Therapist
Fiona trained as a physiotherapist in Cardiff. Prior to this she gained a degree in English and Psychology from Liverpool University. Since qualifying as a physiotherapist in 1994 she worked in Swansea and New York, before joining the Oxford Neurosciences rotation in 1999. After working for 5 years in Oxford as a neurophysiotherapist, she joined OXVASC in February 2004. Her current role includes various aspects of the blood pressure and 5 day ECG monitoring of the TIA and minor stroke patients along with some follow up of these patients in the community.
Methodological Factors in Determining Risk of Dementia After Transient Ischemic Attack and Stroke: (II) Effect of Attrition on Follow-Up.
Pendlebury ST. et al, (2015), Stroke, 46, 1494 - 1500
Quality of life after TIA and stroke: ten-year results of the Oxford Vascular Study.
Luengo-Fernandez R. et al, (2013), Neurology, 81, 1588 - 1595
Population-based study of disability and institutionalization after transient ischemic attack and stroke: 10-year results of the oxford vascular study
Luengo-Fernandez R. et al, (2013), Stroke, 44, 2854 - 2861
Telephone assessment of cognition after transient ischemic attack and stroke: Modified telephone interview of cognitive status and telephone montreal cognitive assessment versus face-to-face montreal cognitive assessment and neuropsychological battery
Pendlebury ST. et al, (2013), Stroke, 44, 227 - 229
Underestimation of cognitive impairment by Mini-Mental State Examination versus the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in patients with transient ischemic attack and stroke: a population-based study.
Pendlebury ST. et al, (2010), Stroke, 41, 1290 - 1293