Alexandra John is a Speech and Language Therapist and researcher with an interest in outcomes of therapeutic intervention. She is based in NHS Tayside and is currently part of a team on the LOTUS Study. This is a feasibility RCT investigating the effect of wearing a Dynamic Lycra Orthosis on the upper limb has on upper limb recovery post Stroke.
Dr John has held research posts at the University of Dundee, University of Sheffield and at University College London. Dr John is a co-author of ’s areas of Therapy Outcome Measures for Allied Health Professionals, and the Cleft Palate Audit Tool for Speech Augmented and a co-author on Shining a Light and investigation into the use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication in the UK. She also completes a consultancy for SSAFA as a Speech and Language Therapist.
Dr John is a registered with the Health Professionals Council and is a member of the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists.