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Penny Moss is Lecturer in department of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science in Penny Moss School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science Curtin University of Technology
Initially qualified as a teacher in the UK and taught for 10 years. Then qualified as a physiotherapist at Brunel University, London in 1998. Worked in UK NHS hospital for 2 years before emigrating to Perth and working at RPH for 6 years. Completed Master of Manipulative Therapy in 2004 and worked part-time in private practice (musculoskeletal) between 2004 and 2010. Began working for Curtin part-time in 2004 as a research assistant and then as a lecturer in Professional Practice and manual therapy units.
Penny Moss teaching interests cross over a number of different core areas: the development of manual therapy skills and decision-making, particularly in relation to neuromuscular and mobilisation techniques; the teaching of pain concepts; and in the development of students' understanding of the importance of expert and flexible communication skills. I am also particularly interested in the development of simulation as a teaching tool across the curriculum.
Currently completing my PhD thesis: a new method for identifying cold hyperalgesia and its application to a population with knee osteoarthritis
Recently completed a 2-year study, funded by a Merck & Co educational grant, into the effects of a Cox-2 inhibitor on pain, hyperalgesia and function in people with knee osteoarthritis
Several other osteoarthritis studies underway or nearing completion: association between cold hyperalgesia and ongoing pain and disability after total knee replacement; association between sensory hyperalgesia and altered joint position sense in people with knee osteoarthritis
HWA funded simulation to enhance clinical placements for physiotherapy students