Ms Angela Stark

Ms Angela Stark

Ms Angela Stark

  Ms Angela Stark, Physiotherapy Clinical Education and Student Support Manager

Email
Ph: +61 2 9850 6627 / Fax: +61 2 9850 6630
Location: Ground floor 75 Talavera Road
Macquarie University 

Introduction

Publications

Introduction

  • Expertise in clinical education, teaching and learning and clinical work.
  • Joined Macquarie University in May 2012.
  • Previously employed at the University of Sydney as Lecturer in Physiotherapy (2001-2012).
  • 22 years of experience as a clinician working in Australia in public, private and community health settings mostly in the management of neurological conditions.
  • Her areas of sub-specialty are amputees, stroke and traumatic brain injury.
  • Passionate physiotherapy educator experienced in curriculum development of physiotherapy programs.
  • Academic responsibility for teaching in undergraduate, postgraduate and international physiotherapy programs and has qualifications in higher education teaching.
  • Areas of teaching expertise include neurological physiotherapy, orthopaedic physiotherapy (including amputees), clinical education and professional issues.

Publications

  1. Moseley, AM. Stark, A. Cameron, ID. Pollock, A. Treadmill training and body weight support for walking after stroke. [Systematic Review] Cochrane Stroke Group Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 1, 2008.  (currently being updated, 2012).
  2. Dean CM, Stark AM, Gates C, Czerniec S, Hobbs C, Bullock L  Kolodziej I (2009) A profile of physiotherapy clinical education Australian Health Review 33;38-46.
  3. Canning CG, Dean CM, Ada L, Harvey L, Crosbie J, Stark A, Kilbreath S (2009) Online video-clip demonstrations of practical skills with supporting text enhances student learning. National Neurology Group The e-AJP 55:4 Supplement:7.
  4. Stark AM, Ada L, Canning CG, Dean CM (awaiting submission in peer-reviewed journal) Students’ perceptions that complete lecture outlines are better than skeleton outlines at promoting a deep approach to learning are correct.

Conference Presentations

  1. Dean CM, Stark A, Gates C, Czerniec S, Hobbs C, Bullock L (2006) Descriptive Analysis of Physiotherapy Clinical Education: Provider Issues.  Australian Physiotherapy Association Congress. Oral conference presentation.
  2. Scott, F. Dean C, Argall E, Patrick J, Hobbs C, Stark, A, Williams V, Harmer A & Czerniec S (2006)  Best practice example: Integrated clinical and academic curricula. National Clinical Educators’ Forum. Oral conference presentation.
  3. Dean C, Stark A, Gates C, Czerniec S, Hobbs C, Bullock L (2007) Demographic Profile of Providers of Physiotherapy Clinical Education: An Australian Example. World Physical Therapy 2007 -15th International Congress of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy Vancouver, Canada.  Poster presentation.
  4. Dean C, Stark A, Gates C, Czerniec S, Hobbs C (2007) Student Experiences of Physiotherapy Clinical Education: An Australian Example. World Physical Therapy 2007 -15th International Congress of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy Vancouver, Canada.  Poster presentation.
  5. Stark AM, Ada L, Canning CG, Dean CM (2009) Students’ perceptions that complete lecture outlines are better than skeleton outlines at promoting a deep approach to learning are correct.  Australian Physiotherapy Association Conference, Sydney.
  6. Harvey L, Canning CG, Dean CM, Ada L, Crosbie J, Stark A, Kilbreath S (2009) Using elearning to enhance physiotherapy students’ practical skills in spinal cord injury rehabilitation Proceedings of Australia and New Zealand Spinal Cord Society conference.
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