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Scholarly biography

Dr. Lieselotte Corten is a senior lecturer in Physiotherapy, at the University of Brighton. She graduated with a BSc (2009) and MSc (2011) in Rehabilitation Sciences and Physiotherapy at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium; with a major in paediatric physiotherapy. She was awarded a PhD in Physiotherapy from the University of Cape Town in July 2017 (dissertation title: The use of assisted autogenic drainage in children with acute and chronic respiratory conditions).

Research interests

Dr. Lieselotte Corten is specialised in paediatric physiotherapy, engaging in quantitative research and systematic reviews in this field of physiotherapy. Her research interests include but are not limited to paediatric neurology, paediatric respiratory conditions and sports in youth. She values the importance of primary health care, collaborating with communities to provide health care for all.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Cape Town

Feb 201314 Jul 2017

Master, KU Leuven

Sep 20097 Jul 2011

Bachelor, KU Leuven

Sep 20061 Jul 2009

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Research Output 2017 2017

Assisted autogenic drainage in infants and young children hospitalized with uncomplicated pneumonia, a pilot study

Corten, L., Jelsma, J., Human, A., Rahim, S. & Morrow, B., 19 Jul 2017, 23, 1, p. e1690

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Hospitalized Child
Drainage
Pneumonia
Nursing Care
Respiratory Rate