Mr Clive Liles MA MCSP Cert Ed DipTP HCPC

Mr Clive Liles

School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences
Lecturer

Contact details

Address
School of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Sciences
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Clive Liles is programme director for the BSc Physiotherapy (Hons) offered within SportExR. His interests are in the development and implementation of training and education of healthcare professionals, inter-professional learning and professional practice and service development.  

Qualifications

  • MA University of Birmingham   1994
  • Cert Ed 1990
  • Dip TP 1990
  • MCSP 1984

Biography

Clive Liles Qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in the West Midlands in 1984. He worked in London and Birmingham, developing an interest in Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy and Mental Health. He practiced as a full time physiotherapist for six years before leaving his clinical post and entering Higher Education. He has worked in the education and training of physiotherapists and other health professionals across two education providers in the West Midlands. His interest led him to complete his MA with the University of Birmingham in 1994, examining aspects of supervision and learner growth. Current interests include developing and implementing effective educational practice in health care professionals, around independent learning, self-development and autonomy.

Teaching

Teaching Programmes

Postgraduate supervision

MRes supervision (AHPs)

Other activities

  • External advisor to the MSc (Advanced Practice) UEL
  • External advisor to the CSP (Healthcare Policy / Reform)
  • External contributor (Physiotherapy ) Lupus UK (West Midlands) – Honorary Member
  • Staff Representative on Network for CPD and Postgraduate Education (CSP), consultative / collaborative C.P.D. within physiotherapy.
  • Admissions Forum (CSP) National
  • Peer reviewer of scholarly / research papers for Physiotherapy. (The Journal of the Chartered Society of    Physiotherapy) / International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation)
  • External Advisor to the MSc Advanced Clinical Practice Brunel 

Publications

Integrating renal nutrition guidelines into daily family life: a qualitative exploration. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. April 2017 - DOI: 10.1111/jhn.12483

It’s like the finger of horror is pointed at something you may have snacked upon. The problematic world of following a renal diet for peritoneal dialysis outside the home. Appetite. Summer 2016.

Morris, A, Love, H, van Aar, Z, Roskell, C, Liles C R, (2016) Psychosocial impact of a therapeutic renal diet: a family perspective. Nutrition and Dietetics. (Submitted)

Morris, A, Love, H, VanZar, Z, Liles, C R, Roskell, C (2015) The problematic world of following a renal diet outside the house. Journal of Renal Care. Vol 41, 4, p253- 

Morris, A, Liles, C R, Roskell, C (2015) Exploring the challenges of living with peritoneal dialysis. Journal of Renal Nursing. Vol 7, 4, p175

Morris, A, Liles, CR, Roskell, and C (2015) Using patient ideas to inform dietetic services: patient-centred, but practical and safe? British Journal of Renal Medicine. Vol 20, 2, p.52

Morris, A, Love, H, van Aar, Z, Liles, CR, Roskell, C (2015 / 2016) ‘It’s like the finger of horror is pointed at something you may have snacked on’: The problematic world of following a renal diet for peritoneal dialysis outside the home. Appetite. (Under review)

Morris, A, Liles, CR, Roskell, C. (2015) ‘Every aspect of your life changes’: Using individuals’ experiences of peritoneal dialysis and their families to inform dietetic practice. Journal of Renal Nursing. British Journal of Renal Nursing. Vol 20, 2, p.52-

Morris, A, Liles, CR, Roskell, C (2015) How are dietitians perceived? Dietetics Today, April p38-

Kyte D, Draper H, Ives J, Liles C R, Gheorghe A, Calvert M. Collection of Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) in Clinical Trials: Is ‘In-Trial’ Guidance Lacking. A Systematic Review Employing Qualitative Content Analysis. (2013) PLoS ONE. [Impact factor 4.029

Williams R A, Hewison A, Stewart M & Liles C R (2012) ‘We are doing our best’: African and African Caribbean fatherhood, wellbeing and preventive primary care services, in England.  Health and Social Care in the Community. Vol 20: 216–223.

Liles C. R. (2010) The Birmingham Conference 2010
Thursday 20th May 2010 at the Lakeside Centre, Aston University, Birmingham
Conference Theme:  Researching Education for Health Professionals

Smith J & Liles C. R. (2007) Information needs before hospital discharge of myocardial infarction patients: comparative, descriptive study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, Vol 16  No 4 662-671

Liles C R. (2007)   GP Diagnosis Handbook in Lupus. (2nd Ed) Physiotherapy and Systematic Lupus Erythematosus

Cross V, Liles C, Conduit J, Price J (2004) Linking reflective practice to evidence of competence: a workshop for allied health professionals. Reflective Practice, Vol 5 No 1

Liles C.R. (2003) Working with people who have HIV and AIDS: a health professional’s guide.
(Commentary). International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, April. Vol 10, 4. 165

Liles C.R. (2003) An analysis of desirable healthcare professional characteristics held by undergraduate physiotherapists. (CSP Congress, Birmingham, October)

Liles C.R. (2003) Towards practice knowledge in respiratory care through experiential learning. The Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Respiratory Care. Journal of the ACPRC, 35, 15

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