Corinne Evans graduated from Kings College London, in 1995 with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy and throughout her 25 years in practice has sustained a passion for her profession evidenced by her commitment to continuing professional development. She has attained Gradate Diplomas in Musculoskeletal Medicine (University of Middlesex), Orthopaedic and Rheumatological Medicine and Clinical Education (National University of Ireland, Galway) and a Certificate in Healthcare Management.
She is a professional member of numerous organisations, including: Faculty of Pre-Hospital Care, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine and the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists, of which she has been a board member since 2017 and Vice President since 2018. As a board member she has continued to advocate for members and to promote the practice of the physiotherapy profession to the general public through her engagement with numerous organisations, support groups and the media.
Her dynamic and proactive approach is evidenced by her ability to couple her many roles. As a clinician she is committed to providing patient centred care through evidence based practice and commitment to excellence. Along with her clinical role, she has worked as Regional Placement Facilitator with University of Limerick, lectured in the Kerry College and continues to lecture part-time in Munster Technological University and on the South/Southwest GP Training Scheme.
Corinne very much looks forward to the opportunity to be a member of the CORU Physiotherapy Registration Board and hopes to grasp the challenges this role may bring with both hands.