Name: Hanan Khalil

Present appointment Assistant professor, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, Jordan University of Science and Technology.


Address:
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences (Division of Physical Therapy) Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences Jordan University of Science and Technology 22110 Irbid,

P.O. Box 3030 Jordan
Telephone number: +962-797713017
Email address: hwkhalil8@just.edu.jo; hwskhalil@gmail.com

 

 

 
Qualifications:
 

PhD Physiotherapy Cardiff University (Neurological Rehabilitation)

MSc Physiotherapy Cardiff University (Neurological Rehabilitation)

BSc Physical Therapy Jordan University of Science & Technology (J.U.S.T)

 
Professional registration
License to practice physiotherapy Jordan Ministry of Health
Memberships
Member of Jordanian Physical Therapy Association (JPTA) (2005 till present)

Member of the International Movement Disorders Society (MDS) (2013 till present)

Associate member of Association of Physiotherapists in Parkinson's disease Europe (APPDE) (2014 till present)

Associate Member of European Huntingtonís Disease Network (EHDN) (2008 till 2013)

Previous and other appointments
October 2012- present: Assistant professor, University of Science and Technology,  Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, Irbid-Jordan

 

Oct 2008-July 2012: Full time PhD sponsored student, Cardiff University, School of Health Care Studies, Cardiff (scholarships from Jordan University of Science and Technology and the Cardiff University Overseas Research Student (ORS) award)

2007-2008: Lecturer, JordanUniversity of Science and Technology, Faculty of Applied   Medical Sciences, Irbid-Jordan

2006-2007:    Full time MSc sponsored student, Cardiff University (Full scholarship from Jordan University of Science and Technology)

2005-2006:    Full Time Teaching Assistant, Jordan University of Science and Technology,  Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, Irbid-Jordan

2000 Ė 2004:  Full time BSc student, JordanUniversity of Science & Technology (J.U.S.T)

BS Physical Therapy (honours in 5 semesters)

Administrative services held
September 2016- till present: a member of the scientific research committee, department of rehabilitation sciences, faculty of applied medical sciences, Jordan university of science and technology

September 2015- September 2016: Dean assistant, faculty of applied medical sciences, Jordan university of science and technology

September 2014- September 2015: Representative of faculty of applied medical sciences in the university council committee, Jordan university of science and technology

September 2013-September 2015: a member of the community service committee at the faculty of applied medical sciences. Jordan university of science and technology  

September 2012-September 2013: representative of department of rehabilitation sciences in the council committee of faculty of applied medical sciences, Jordan university of science and technology

 

Professional services held

January 2016 till present: a member of the movement disorder society (MDS) of MDS Arabic translation team.  

September 2016 till present: a member of the movement disorder society (MDS) task force for the Middle East task force.  

March 2013-March 2014: Scientific committee at the Jordanian physical therapy association.

December 2012- February 2013: A member of a committee formed by ministry of health to reform policies of physiotherapy profession practices in Jordan.  

Journal reviewer
Archive of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Journal

Gait And Posture Journal

The First Scientific Jordanian Physiotherapy Society conference

Research training (received)
 
2015-2016 Fellowship training in responsible research conduct (RCR) within the program of The Research Ethics Education Program in Jordan (REEP) in a project that is led by the University of California San Diego in collaboration with JUST (duration 1 year)
2010 Statistical approaches in life sciences (6 parts)- Cardiff University, UK

Developing systematic way of literature review- Cardiff University, UK

Presentation skills- Cardiff University, UK

Creative note taking for researchers, Cardiff University, UK

Effective researcher skills, Cardiff University, UK

2009 Quantitative and Qualitative Research (8 parts- Cardiff university, UK)

Motivational Interviewing (Introduction methods and integration- Cardiff, UK)

2008 Applying Statistics in Biomedical Research (5 parts- Cardiff University, UK)

SPSS: an introduction (2 parts- Cardiff University, UK)

Research Ethics 1: Governance (Online Course)

Research Ethics 2: Working with Human Subjects (Online Course)

Good Clinical Practice (GCP) (Research clinical Facility- University Hospital of Wales)

Communication skills in research (CRC CYMRU, Cardiff)

2006-2007 30 credit M-level module: Research Methods in Health and Social Care

10 credit M-level module: Qualitative research methods

    

Clinical training (received)
 
2016 Basic Vestibular Rehabilitation: An Evidence Based Course with Practical Intervention. Susan L.Whitney. Amman-Jordan
2015 Stroke: arm recovery in severe paresis- WCPT course- Singapore
2014 First Middle East camp for Parkinson's disorders and neuromodulation- Dubai, UAE

2nd annual allied health professional summer school in Parkinson's disease- Lisbon.

Clinical manual therapy of upper and lower extremities- Amman, Jordan

2013 Movement with mobilization (Mulligan concept): part A and B- Amman, Jordan MecKinzi course (Part A) Lumbar spine. Amman, Jordan

Evidence-based physical therapy intervention for people with Parkinson's disease (Online course- APTA learning centre)

Differential diagnosis and management of the cervicogenic headache- Amman, Jordan.

  Introductory bobath course- part1: normal movement- Ebbw Vale, UK.    

Introductory to bobath course-part 2: the assessment and treatment of adults with neurological conditions- Ebbw Vale, UK

Introductory to bobath course- part 3: management of acute and sub-acute patient-UK.

Teaching experience
September 2012 till present: provided coordinating and teaching the following courses: neurosciences, neurological physical therapy, clinical practice in neurological physical therapy, musculoskeletal assessment and therapeutic exercises, department of rehabilitation sciences, Jordan university of science and technology, Irbid, Jordan.

September 2007 till September 2008: Provided teaching for the following courses: paediatrics in physical therapy, therapeutic exercises, clinical placements in physical therapy, Department of rehabilitation sciences, Jordan university of science and technology, Irbid, Jordan.

Curriculum reform and academic programsí accreditation experiences
2016-2019: co-coordinator for ongoing Erasmus Plus fund (971.250 EU) for establishment of a newly master program in interdisciplinary clinical rehabilitation sciences in partnership with 5 other universities (2 universities from Jordan and 3 universities from Europe) in which a bologna process reform is being carried out.  

2016- 2018: Leading activities to obtain the World Congress of Physical Therapy (WCPT) accreditation for the Bsc program of physical therapy at JUST.

2013: A member of departmental committee to reform the Bsc curriculum in physical therapy at JUST.

International clinical courses ícoordination
Course director of the allied health track at the 3rd middle east camp of Parkinsonís disease and movement disorders. Course to be held in October 2017. Dubai-UAE [course organised and sponsored by the international Parkinsonís disease and movement disorders society (MDS)]

Course organizer of the neurological rehabilitation diploma: March to May 2017. Amman Ė Jordan [course sponsored by Prime-Physio-Sheffield-UK]

Course director of Rehabilitation update in Parkinsonís disease: May 2016. Amman-Jordan [course organised and sponsored by the international Parkinsonís disease and movement disorders society (MDS)]

Research interest
My research interests include refining the rehabilitation practices related to Long term chronic neurological conditions (LTCNs) namely multiple sclerosis (MS) and Parkinsonís disease (PD) in Jordan. The specific objective is to develop approaches to maximizing opportunities for these patients to engage in exercise. My further research interest includes movement analysis, motor learning and motor control in these populations. I am also interested in pursuing physiological mechanistic of the effect of regular exercise participation in people with MS and PD. Over the last 6 years, I have published several peer-reviewed articles and participated in numerous conference presentations (including invited oral presentations) on the topic of physical rehabilitation for people with neurodegenerative diseases. I successfully obtained seed funding (as a principal investigator) for several studies (both observational and interventional) in the field of neurological rehabilitation for people with MS and PD. I also have conducted and published additional descriptive studies of barriers to exercise participation among people with progressive neurological disease in Jordan. I am currently also leading a book chapter concerning about challenges in the management of LTNCs in Arab countries.

My current and future research plans are to secure funding of a large multi-site, intervention trial to address barriers to people with LTNCs in Arab countries to get engaged in exercise including patient education and physician referrals. Strategies which I am currently pursuing include empowering patients with LTCNc with self-management approaches to get engaged in exercise. This includes design and evaluation of print, video-based and online-based and mobile applications materials that are tailored to gender, culture, and information processing. I am also interested in building and maintaining collaborative work between: multi-disciplinary academics; clinicians and other health care professionals; and patient advocates. The aim finally is to conduct participatory research that actively engages multiple stakeholders in the research planning, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination process to enhance the likelihood that the work will be sustained and replicated in other settings nationally and regionally.

Master thesis student supervision
The association between pain, pain biomarkers and physical activity in people with Parkinsonís disease [Main supervisor (student name; Nesreen Alyahya)]-[ongoing]

The association between oxidative stress and sleep deficits in people with multiple sclerosis. [Co-supervisor (student name; Ahmad Namarneh)]-[ongoing]  

The association between sleep deficits, sleep biomarkers and physical activity in people with multiple sclerosis. [Main supervisor (student name; Aseel Aburub)]-[completed]

Interaction between brain derived neurotraphic factor, physical activity and cognitive function in people with Parkinsonís disease. [Main supervisor (student name; Aya Al-Hishan)]-[completed]

Interaction effect between brain derived neurotrophic factor, physical activity and cardiovascular disease in people with Parkinsonís disease. [Co-supervisor (student name; Esraa Darisheh)]-[completed]

Funded projects
Establishment of an Interdisciplinary Clinical Master Program in Rehabilitation Sciences at JUST (JUST Ė CRS). (971,250.00 EU); (Co-PI- funded by the European commission) (Ongoing)

Enhancement of Physiotherapy programs through networking in conflict affected territories/countries (Jordan, Iraq, West Bank, Gaza, and Lebanon). (700,000.00 USD); (Focal point of Jordan University of Science and Technology for the project- Funded by USAID; JUST share 31000 USD) (Ongoing)

Transcranial electrical stimulation in children with Autism. (130,000.00JD); (Co-PI- funded by Jordanian Scientific Fund) (ongoing).

The effect of aerobic training on cognitive function in people with multiple sclerosis. (15,000 JD) (Co-PI- funded by JUST) (Ongoing)

Transcranial electrical stimulation in people with PD. (30,000 JD); (Co-PI- funded by JUST) (completed)

Career pathways and professional satisfaction:  A follow-up study of applied medical sciences graduates of the Jordanian Universities (2000 JD) (PI-funded by JUST) (Completed).

Virtual Reality Based Motor Control Learning for People with Multiple Sclerosis: A Pilot Study (25,000 EU); (PI-funded by EU commission (Support to Research and Technological Development & Innovation initiatives and Strategies in Jordan scheme) (Completed).

The association between physical activity with cognitive function and brain derived neurotrophic factor in people with Parkinson's disease (5000 JD) (PI- funded by JUST) (Completed).

Gait variability and risk of falls in people with multiple sclerosis (MS): which clinical characteristics are important? (10,000 JD) (PI- Funded by JUST) (Completed).

The association between physical activity and sleep deficits and biomarkers in patients with multiple sclerosis (6000 JD); (PI-funded by JUST) (Completed).

Feasibility study of home-based exercise programme to improve mobility and quality of life in people with Parkinson's disease (15,000 JD); (PI-funded by JUST) (Completed).

Relevant publications:
Published papers

Khalil H, Alomari M, Khabour O, Heishan A, Bajwa J. The association between physical activity with cognitive function and brain derived neurotrophic factor in people with Parkinsonís disease, a pilot study.  Journal of aging and physical activity. 2017. In press.

Khalil H, Al-Shorman A. Algwiri A, El-Salem K, Aburub A, Shalabi S. Fear of falls in people with multiple scelerosis. Physical therapy. 2017. In press.

Hadoush H, Al-Jarrah M,  Khalil H, Al-Sharman A, L-Ghazawi S. Bilateral anodal transcranial direct current stimulation effect on balance and fearing of fall in patient with Parkinson's disease. NeuroREhabilitation. 2017. Accepted.

Khalil H, Busse M, Quinn L, Nazzal M, Khazaaleh S, Batyha W, Alomari M. A pilot study of a minimally supervised home exercise and walking program for people with Parkinson's disease in Jordan. Neurodegenerative disease management. 2017. 7 (1):73-84.

Aburub A, Khalil H, Al-Shorman A, Alomari M, Khabour O. The association between physical activity and sleep characteristics in people with multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis and related disorders. 2017. 12: 29-33

Nazzal M, Khalil H. Living with Parkinsonís disease: A Jordanian perspective. Scandinavian journal of occupational therapy. 2017. 24 (1): 74-82.

Khalil H, Alomari M, Khabour O, Heishan A, Bajwa J. Relationship of circulatory BDNF with cognitive deficits in people with Parkinson's disease. Journal of the neurological sciences. 2016. 362:317-320.

Khalil H, Nazzal M, Al- Sheyab N. Parkinson's disease in Jordan: Barriers and motivators to exercise. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice. 2016. 32 (7): 509-519.

Khalil H, Bajwa J. Barriers and facilitators in physical rehabilitation for Parkinsonís disease in the Arabian World. Movement Disorders Clinical Practice. 2015. 2: 227Ė229.

Collett J, Esser, P, Khalil H, Busse MQuinn LDebonoKRosserA, NemethA, Dawes H. Insights into gait disorders: Walking variability using phase plot analysis, Huntington's Disease. Gait & Posture. 2014. 40 (4): 694-700.

Busse M, Quinn L, Khalil H, McEwa K. Optimising mobility outcome measures in Huntington's disease. Journal of Huntington's Disease. 2014. 3 (2): 175-88.

Khalil H, Quinn L, van Dursen R, Dawes H,  Playle R, Rosser R, Busse M. What effect does a structured exercise program have on people with Huntington's disease? A randomised controlled study of a home-based programme. Clinical Rehabilitation; 2013. 27(7):646-58.

Quinn L, Khalil H, Dawes H, Fritz N, Kegelmeyer D, Kloos A, Jonathan Gillard, Busse M, and the Physiotherapy Working Group of the European Huntingtonís Disease Network. Reliability and Minimal Detectable Change of Physical Performance Measures in Individuals With Pre-manifest and Manifest Huntington Disease. Physical Therapy; 2013. 93(7):942-56.

Khalil H, Quinn L, van Deursen R, Martin R, Rosser A, Busse M. Adherence to use of a home-based exercise DVD in people with Huntingtonís disease: participantsí perspectives. Physical Therapy, 2012; 92 (1): 69-82.

Busse M, Khalil H, Quinn L, Rosser AE. Practice, Progress and Future directions for Physical Therapies in Huntingtons Disease. Journal of Huntingtonís disease. 2012; 1 (2): 175-185.

Dalton A, Khalil H, BusseM, Rosser A, van DeursenR, Laighin R. Analysis of gait and balance through a single triaxial accelerometer inpresymptomatic and symptomatic Huntingtonís disease. Gait and posture. 2012; 37(1):49-54.

Quinn L, Busse M, Khalil H, Richardson S, Rosser A, Morris H. Client and therapist views on exercise programmes for early-mid stage Parkinson's disease and Huntington's disease. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2010;32(11):917-28.

Busse M, Khalil H, Quinn L , Rosser A. Physical Therapy Intervention for Patients with Huntingtonís disease. Physical Therapy. 2008; 88 (7):820-31

 

Published abstracts

Algwiri A, Khalil H, Al-Shorman A. Reliability and validity of the Arabic Activities-specific

Balance Confidence scale in people with multiple sclerosis study [abstract]. Multiple Sclerosis Journal. 2016. S1:1-24.

Aburub A, Khalil H, Al-Shorman A, Batayha W. The association between physical activity and sleep deficits and biomarkers in patients with multiple sclerosis [abstract]. Multiple Sclerosis Journal. 2016. S1:1-24.

Al-Shorman A, Khalil H, Nazzal M, Algwiri A, El-Salem K. Perspective and experiences of Jordanian people withmultiple sclerosisóA qualitative study [abstract]. Multiple Sclerosis Journal. 2016. S1:1-24.

Alomari M A, Khalil H, Khabour O F, Dersieh E, Bajwa J A. Relationship of muscular strength with cardiovascular function in Parkinsonís disease [abstract]. Mov Disord. 2016; 31 (suppl 2). 

Khalil H, Alomari M A, Khabour O F, Al-Hieshan A, Bajwa J A. Circulatory levels of BDNF correlate with cognitive deficits in people with Parkinsonís disease [abstract]. Mov Disord.2016; 31 (suppl 2). 

Khalil H, Al-Sharman A, Kazaaleh S, El-Salem K. The Development of Virtual Reality (VR) Balance Scenarios to Improve Balance in People with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) [abstract]. ECTRIMS online library; 145683. 2016

Khalil H, Al-Shorman A, Alomari M, Aburub A, Batayha W, Darwish M. The comparative ability of three physical function tests for predicting physical activity levels in people with parkinson's disease [abstract]. Physiotherapy 2015; 101, Suppl 1, e742-e743.

Al-Shorman A, Khalil H,Alomari M, Aburub A, Batayha W, Darwish M. Sleep latency is a predictor of physical function and physical activity in individuals with Parkinson's disease [abstract].Physiotherapy  2015; 101, Suppl 1, e61-e62.

Mohammad, T, Mujtaba A, Al-Angari R, Al-Shammari N, Al-Qurashi, A, Bashir M.S, Khalil H, Bajwa J.A. Is exercise compliance, perception and practices different among Parkinson's disease motor subtypes? [abstract]. Movement Disorders 2015;30Suppl 1 :274.

Mohammad T, Mujtaba A, Angari R, Shammari  N, Quraishi A, Bashir M, Khalil H, Bajwa J.A. Patient perceptive feedback regarding participation in a rehabilitation program and its relation to adherence in Parkinson's disease [abstract]. Movement Disorders 2015;30Suppl 1 :272.

Mohammad T, Al Angari R, Mujtaba A ,Al Shammari N, Al Quraishi A, Bashir  M,  Khalil H, Bajwa J.A. Perception toward exercise and its relation to rehabilitation exercise adherence in Parkinson's disease (PD) [abstract]. Movement Disorders 2015;30Suppl 1 :272.

Bajwa J.A, Khalil H. First Middle East camp for Parkinson's disease, Movement Disorders and neuromodulation: Review of outcomes and implications for future directions [abstract]. Movement Disorders 2015;30Suppl 1 :971.

Khalil H, Bajwa J.A. Finally it's time for a perspective: Barriers and facilitators in physical rehabilitation for Parkinson's disease from the Arabian Peninsula [abstract]. Movement Disorders 2015;30Suppl 1 :695.

Khalil H, Nazzal M, Al-Sheyab N. Exploring practices and perceptions toward exercise among PD patients in Jordan [abstract]. Movement Disorders 2014; 29 Suppl 1 :426

Khalil H, Quinn LVan Deursen R, William Martin, Dawes H, Playle RRosserA, Busse M. Q15 A pilot study of an exercise intervention to improve motor function in people with Huntington's disease (HD) [Abstract]. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry.2012; 83 (S1) , A59. 

Khalil H, van Deursen R, Quinn L, Rosser A, and Busse M.F18  Clinical measurement of sit to stand performance in people with Huntingtonís disease: reliability and validity for 30 seconds chair sit to stand test [abstract]. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry. 2010; 81: A28.

Khalil H, Dalton A, van Deursen R, Rosser A, Ó LaighinG, Busse M. F17 The Use of an Accelerometer to Evaluate the Performance of Timed Up and Go Test in Pre-symptomatic and Symptomatic Huntingtonís Disease in European Huntington's Disease [abstract]. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry. 2010;81:A28

Participation in regional and international conferences
32 nd congress of European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS). London- UK, September 2016/abstract presentation    

20th International Parkinson's disease and movement disorders (MDS) congress; Berlin-Germany, June 2016/ abstract presentation

2nd MENA- Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (MENACRTIMS) congress. Amman-Jordan, March 2016./ abstract presentation  

World Congress of Physical Therapy (WCPT) congress; Singapore, May 2015/ abstract presentation.  

2 nd middle east camp for Parkinson's disease, movement disorders and neuromodulation. Dubai- UAE, November, 2015/ forum presentation

18th International Parkinson's disease and movement disorders (MDS) congress; Stockholm, Sweden, June 2014/ abstract presentation

7th European Huntingtonís disease network congress. Stockholm- Sweden. September 2012/abstract presentation

South West Regional Regenerative Medicine Meeting. Bristol-UK, September 2011/ forum presentation

World Congress of Physical Therapy (WCPT) congress. Amsterdam-Netherland, June 2011/ abstract presentation

10th European Huntingtonís disease network (EHDN) plenary meeting. Prague- Czech Republic. September 2010/ abstract presentation

NEURODEM annual conference, Cardiff-UK, June 2009/ forum

World Congress on Huntingtonís Disease, Dresden-Germany, September 2007/ abstract presentation

Selected invited presentations
Rehabilitation techniques in PD: What can a neurologist do?.  2nd Middle East camp of Parkinson's disease, movement disorders and neuro-modulation; Dubai, November 2015.

Updates on Parkinsonís disease rehabilitation. 2nd conference of Jordanian physical therapy association. Amman- Jordan. February 2013.

Exercise in neurodegenerative disease. School of medicine/ departments of neurology and psychological medicine annual meeting; Cardiff-UK, June 2011.

The evaluation of a home based exercise programme for people with Huntingtonís disease. EHDN Physiotherapy working group annual meeting; Leiden-Netherlands, June 2011.

The development and evaluation of a home use exercise DVD for people with Huntingtonís disease. School of Health care Studies annual conference; Cardiff-UK, November 2010.

Physiotherapy for people with Huntingtonís disease. Huntingtonís Disease association South Wales AGM annual meeting; Cardiff-UK, July 2010.

Exercise for people with Huntingtonís disease. Huntingtonís Disease Cognitive Rehabilitation Working Group; Cardiff-UK, March 2010.

Feasibility of a home based physiotherapy training program in Huntingtonís disease (background and study design). European Huntingtonís Disease Network Physiotherapy Working Group; Cardiff-UK, February 2009.

Presentationís Awards and Received Recognitions
Best poster prize at the 2nd MENA- Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (MENACRTIMS) congress, March 2016. Amman-Jordan.

Best presentation prize at the South West Regional Regenerative Medicine Meeting. Bristol University, Bristol, September 2011. The prize was sponsored by the UK National Stem Cell Network (NSCN).

Received a recognition from the EU/Jordan in the International Women day on performance on an EU funded study in which a virtual reality system for motor control training for people with movement disorders was developed

Contribution to Published Clinical Guidelines
Physiotherapy Clinical Guidelines in Huntingtonís Disease (2013) in European Huntingtonís disease network (EHDN).

Quinn, L. and Busse, M. On behalf of the European Huntingtonís Disease Network Physiotherapy Working Group. Development of physiotherapy guidance and treatment-based classifications for people with Huntington's disease. Neurodegenerative Disease Management; 2012: 2(1), pp. 11-19.

Quinn, L. and Busse, M. On behalf of the European Huntingtonís Disease Network Physiotherapy Working GroupPhysiotherapy clinical guidelines for Huntingtonís disease. Neurodegenerative Disease Management; 2012: 2(1), pp. 21-31.

Translation work into Arabic language
A member of the movement disorder society (MDS) of MDS Arabic translation team; provided translation and pre-cognitive testing for the MDS- Unified Parkinsonís Disease Rating Scale (MDS-UPDRS) and MDS- Unified Dyskinasia Rating Sacle (MDS-UDysRS) (Ongoing).   

 

Provided translation and editing of an exercise DVD that was originally developed specifically for people with movement disorders (Completed). The Arabic version of the DVD is now open to public on YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH7_ed2__mkzXNWPZqVIosw.

System development
Developed a virtual reality system that can be used for both motor control training and biomechanical assessment for people with movement disorders. This work was accomplished as a result of a project that was funded by the European Union (25,000 EU) (Support to Research and Technological Development & Innovation initiatives and Strategies in Jordan scheme). A business plan is under writing which will be submitted to JUST incubator to work on commercialization the system.  
Community services
Participated in free medical day that was specifically devoted to raise awareness in Jordan about role of physical therapy in improving health. Participation included providing voluntary screening for neurological patients, providing two physiotherapy awareness lectures to people with multiple scelerosis and people with Parkinsonís disease. The event was held in Amman  in April 2017.

Participated in free medical day that included providing voluntary physiotherapy services in Beit Rass village in Irbid in May 2016.

Participated in a radio program to increase the awareness about role of physiotherapy in managing people with multiple sclerosis (University of Jordam FM, in March 2016).

Participated in free medical day that included providing voluntary health screening at Al-Mazar school in Irbid in May 2015.

References
Professor Monica Busse

Director Mind Brain Neuroscience Trials

South East Wales Trials Unit

Centre For Trials Research, College of Biomedical and Life Sciences, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK

Email: busseme@cardiff.ac.uk

Tel: +44(0)29 20787559

 

Dr. Mohammad Nazzal

JUST-CRS Project Coordinator - Erasmus Plus

Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Irbid, Jordan.

Email: msnazzal@just.edu.jo

Phone: +962795481337

 
 

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