Green, Jane

Jane Green

Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy
Department of Physiotherapy & Paramedicine
After graduating from Queen’s College, Glasgow in 1985 Jane started her a career as a physiotherapist at the Western Infirmary in Glasgow. Here she undertook staff grade rotations before moving to a senior post at the Victoria Infirmary in 1987. In 1990 Jane was promoted to managing the MSK Out-Patient department at the Victoria Infirmary and was responsible for developing the out-patient service including open access for all GPs in the South East of Glasgow and taking physiotherapy students from GCU.

In 1997, with the appointment of a Specialist Hand Surgeon, Jane was given the opportunity to continue developing her interest in hand trauma and became a member of the British Association of Hand Therapists. Around the same time she became involved in the management of adult brachial plexus injuries and in 2004 was appointed the physiotherapist for the Scottish Adult Brachial Plexus Service - the first nationally funded service in the UK. Before coming to GCU Jane had lectured extensively on rehabilitation following brachial plexus injuries. Jane was appointed a Lecturer in Physiotherapy at GCU in 2011. In November 2013 Jane was appointed Programme Leader for the Masters Physiotherapy and Masters Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy programmes.