CLAHRC Fellow 2015
Angela Lee qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1994. She has worked in the NHS for 20 years, in various acute and community OT posts. Angela currently specialises in the rehabilitation of acquired brain injured adults with the Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust. In 2014 she completed her MSc in Clinical Research and is an active member of the OT Research Network based in Cambridge. Controversy over the effectiveness of upper limb splinting for neurological conditions and the lack of published qualitative research seeking service users experience of this intervention, has led Angela to her 2015 CLAHRC fellowship research project; "A phenomenological thematic analysis of the experiences of Acquired Brain Injury individuals with splints for upper limb impairments".