Dr Annie McCluskey
Annie is an occupational therapist, a health services researcher and educator. She has 30+ years’ experience in stroke and brain injury rehabilitation, in Australia and the UK.
Annie has provided private occupational therapy and stroke rehabilitation services for over 20 years, consultations and mentoring for graduates. She is also an honorary senior lecturer at the University of Sydney, and Adjunct Associate Professor at James Cook University.
Research and publications: Annie has published over 70 peer reviewed journal articles and been awarded over $4 million in competitive grant funding. Her research focusses on: translating evidence into practice particularly in stroke rehabilitation; adult handwriting and upper limb retraining; improving community participation and outdoor mobility; sexuality and intimacy after stroke.
Annie is co-developer of ‘OTseeker’, a free evidence database for occupational therapists (www.otseeker.com)