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The William Harvey Research Institute - Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry

Ms Caroline Jubb


Lecturer in Sports and Exercise Medicine

Centre: Sports and Exercise Medicine



Caroline Jubb has over 20 years’ experience working in sports and dance. She completed her MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine in 2007 which naturally led to an increase in sport-related physiotherapy roles. Her work with elite sports spans many years and includes being the lead Physiotherapist for the Women’s GB EDP (elite development) Hockey team the physiotherapist for the England U19s Women's Football Team (UEFA championships & U20s World Cup in Chile 2008), Company Physio for the Rambert Dance Company and physio consultant for Wycombe District Swimming Club.

As an extended-scope practitioner and dance therapy lead, Caroline helped to set up the first NHS dance service (2014). She has conducted and presented research internationally (IADMS Helsinki 2018, Montreal 2019) and she has recently been part of a team developing a tool for artificial intelligence feedback for remote rehab. Caroline is also trained in reformer Pilates and weightlifting and has mentored and taught on numerous physiotherapy undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

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Research interests include sports and dance related injuries and remote rehab for patients, public patient involvement and evaluation (PPIE) mixed methods and qualitative and quantitively research.

Key Publications

  • Injury patterns in Hip Hop dancers (JDMS Vol 23 No. 4 2019)
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