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Jo Bayly

Cicely Saunders International PhD Training Fellow

Email: joanne.bayly@kcl.ac.uk  
Address: King’s College London
Cicely Saunders Institute
Department of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation
Bessemer Road
Denmark Hill, SE5 9PJ

Biography

I graduated from the Leeds School of Physiotherapy with a Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy in 1987. After working in a variety of clinical posts I took up a specialist role in palliative care at a Hospice in North Liverpool from 1996-2015.Whilst in this role, in 2009 I took an 18-month part time secondment as Allied Health Professional Project Lead for the Merseyside & Cheshire Cancer Network. In 2011 I completed a Masters of Research in Health Sciences from the University of Liverpool. I spent a year in Oxford as a project manager for a feasibility trial before joining the Cicely Saunders Institute in June 2016 as a National Institute of Health Research Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow. My project will develop and test a short term integrated rehabilitation service for people newly diagnosed with lung cancer or mesothelioma.

Research interests

My research interests include rehabilitation in advanced life limiting disease; palliative care; experiences of illness and related disability

Selected publications

Bayly J, Wilcock A, Higginson IJ, Maddocks M. Early Engagement in Physical Activity and Exercise Is Key in Managing Cancer Cachexia. Oncology (Williston Park, N.Y.), 2017, vol. 31, no. 1, 2017

Bayly JL, Lloyd-Williams M. Identifying functional impairment and rehabilitation needs in patients newly diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer: a structured literature review. Supportive Care in Cancer 2016, vol. 24, no. 5, pp. 2359-2379, 2016

Bartley C, Webb JA, Bayly J. Multidisciplinary approaches to moving and handling for formal and informal carers in community palliative care. International journal of palliative nursing, 2015, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 17-23, 2015

Nwosu AC, Bayly JL, Gaunt KE, Mayland CR. Lung cancer and rehabilitation--what are the barriers? Results of a questionnaire survey and the development of regional lung cancer rehabilitation standards and guidelines. Supportive Care in Cancer, 2012, vol. 20, no. 12, pp. 3247-3254, 2012

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