Jacqueline Elise Reznik

Also known as: Jacqueline Elise Reznik, Jacqueline Reznik
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Mrs Jacqueline Reznik
Dr Jacqueline (Jackie) ReznikFollowing a highly clinical and academic career Dr Reznik moved into the area of clinical research investigating the treatment and management of NHO for her PhD (2011-2016). Her interest in this area spans the whole of her career as a registered physiotherapist and as an experienced clinician, she is aware of the devastating clinical implications of NHO. She was supported for this period by an APA Grant and was the recipient of two small research grants, a Faculty Grant from JCU and an Australian-Israel Fellowship Grant.The results from her pilot study in the novel use of ESWT as a treatment intervention for NHO showed great promise for patients with a heavily compromised mobility and neurological trauma.Contributions to field of research:Her PhD produced six peer-reviewed publications in the field and she is now considered an expert in the clinical application of ESWT, supervising other doctoral candidates in this area.Dr Reznik’s extensive clinical expertise has led to her being involved in many research projects in a consultative position:Research Outputs:Dr Reznik has 13 publications; eight of which have been published in the past five years and are directly related to this project. She has published one book chapter and has recently co-edited a textbook Pharmacology from Physiotherapists, published by Elsevier and she is currently editing a second text book, Rehabilitation of the Spinal Cord Injured Patient.Peer review:Dr Reznik is a peer reviewer for a number of peer reviewed journals including Brain Injury, Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology, Alternative Therapies, and Brain SciencesInternational Recognition:Prior to her research career Dr Reznik was recognised as an International Tutor in Neurological Physiotherapy and has delivered in excess of 150 workshops in Australia, New Zealand, UK, Israel, USA, Canada, and South Korea.
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