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Heidi joined the University in June 2020 from clinically practice where she worked as a specialist physiotherapist. 

Heidi graduated with a First Class Honours degree from the University of Bradford in 2009. Since then Heidi has worked clinically as Physiotherapist within Yorkshire. She first worked at North Yorkshire and York Primary Care Trust before moving to Calderdale and Huddersfield Foundation NHS Trust.

She has worked in acute settings, with amateur rugby league club Driglington, and more recently in Community Settings. Heidi completed junior rotations at Calderdale and Huddersfield before progressing to a specialist role in Elderly Rehabilitation. Heidi progressed to the Deputy Manager role of the Calderdale Intermediate Care Team for two years before moving to a role in the newly devised Enhanced Reablement Team in Calderdale.

Prior to training as a Physiotherapist Heidi worked as an Anatomy and Physiotherapy Lecturer at Bradford College. Heidi's first degree is from the University of Liverpool and she graduated with honours in 1997 in Human Movement Science and Physical Education. 


TitleThe effects of the pandemic on Practice Educator Training (2022)
AuthorsAntich, R., and Boyd, H.
PublisherRoyal College of Occupational Therapy Journal