Romany  Martin

Ms Romany Martin

qualifications: Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Ms. Romany Martin is a physiotherapist and researcher at the University of Queensland (UQ). Her research interests include emergency medicine, neurological physiotherapy and rural healthcare tertiary education. After undertaking a Research Scholarship with UQ in 2017, she progressed to a role as a Research Assistant within the School of Health and Rehabilitation Science (SHRS). Throughout 2019, Romany has worked for The Centre for Research in Telerehabilitation and has begun her own post graduate studies into rural and remote physiotherapy.

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Original Research 16 October 2021

Competencies for entry-level rural and remote physiotherapy practice: a Delphi approach

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