Nicky Wilson, PhD, MSc, Grad Dip is a consultant physiotherapist at King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in South London and a lecturer in physiotherapy at the School of Health Sciences at the University of Southampton, UK. She combines clinical practice with undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in the field of musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions and she is a national MSK champion for the UK charity Versus Arthritis. Her research work focuses on the intersection between healthcare professionals, organisations and health policy and how this affects everyday healthcare practice.
Nicky serves as an executive committee member of the International Critical Physiotherapy Network and the International Physiotherapy History Association.
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