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About Shane Patman

Shane is currently the coordinator of cardiorespiratory studies for the Physiotherapy program at The University of Notre Dame Australia. He completed his original physiotherapy degree in Sydney and subsequently undertook his research Masters’ (Manual Hyperinflation: Consistency of the technique and the effect on Respiratory Parameters) & PhD (The effect of physiotherapy on the prevention and treatment of ventilator-associated pneumonia for intensive care patients with acquired brain injury) at Curtin University in Perth. Shane's current research interests span primarily across critical care and cardiorespiratory physiotherapy, as well as professional issues such as workforce, service provision and standards.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy Stream Leader, The University of Notre Dame Australia School of Physiotherapy
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Honors and Awards

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association, WA Branch President's Award recipient - 2013
  • Perth Convention Bureau ASPIRE Program, The University of Notre Dame Australia Professional Development Award 2012

Courses

  • Teaching into units covering cardiorespiratory anatomy and physiology, exercise physiology, and cardiorespiratory physiotherapy


Contact Information

Associate Professor Shane Patman
PhD (Curtin); BAppSc(Physio)(Sydney); MSc (Curtin); Grad Cert Uni Teaching (Notre Dame Australia);
FACP; GAICD
Specialist Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2009)
Associate Professor, Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy Stream Leader
Phone: 9433 0243


Articles (15)

Book Chapters (1)

Conference Papers (21)