Miss Christine McMonagle

Teaching Fellow

Biomedical Engineering

Personal statement

I am an educator in prosthetics and orthotics, and I have worked in clinical practice in the UK,  in low-income settings, and in education in prosthetics and orthotics over the last 25 years. My career aim is to enable others improve clinical services to facilitate prosthetic/ orthotic users to obtain optimal benefits from their devices. I have a keen interest in understanding and promoting the role of psychology in physical rehabilitation to improve the outcomes for people with physical disability.


Use of the ICF to investigate impairment, activity limitation and participation restriction in people using ankle-foot orthoses to manage mobility disabilities
McMonagle Christine, Rasmussen Susan, Elliott Mark A, Dixon Diane
Disability and Rehabilitation Vol 38, pp. 605-612 (2016)
Relationship between use of ankle-foot orthoses and quality of life and psychological well being : a research plan
McMonagle Christine, Rasmussen Susan, Elliott Mark
Psychology Research Day (2009)
Creating an accessible curriculum for students with disabilities at the National Centre for Prosthetics and Orthotics
McMonagle Christine, Hillman SJ, Irvine Angela
Society for Research into Higher Education Postgraduate and New Researchers Conference (2009)

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Biomedical Engineering
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