Katie is conducting a scoping review on goal adjustment in clinical or ageing populations. The review is part of a Stroke Association funded project focusing on optimising stroke survivor recovery through effective goal setting practice in community-based rehabilitation settings. The project is hosted by the NMAHP Research Unit at Glasgow Caledonian University. Katie is also an occupational therapy lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University and is a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Katie completed her PhD within the NMAHP Unit in 2016, entitled "The use of commercial gaming devices as an intervention for stroke upper limb rehabilitation". She has experience of a variety of research methodologies including systematic reviews, surveys, qualitative interviews, framework analysis and data integration techniques.
Prior to joining Glasgow Caledonian University Katie completed her MSc in Community Health and worked as an occupational therapist in a variety of community rehabilitation teams.