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Anne Binks

01642 384980
Job title:
Associate Dean (Learning & Teaching)
School of Health & Social Care
Health & Social Care research

About Anne Binks

Anne Binks

Anne Binks
Associate Dean (Learning & Teaching), School of Health & Social Care
T: 01642 384980
Research: Health & Social Care research

As Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching) I am responsible for delivering a high quality learning experience working collaboratively with colleagues across the University to enhance the student journey into their chosen professions.  

Within the School we combine state-of-the-art facilities with academic expertise to ensure we are providing an excellent learning experience to inspire our students to achieve their highest potential.

We provide real world experiences which are essential when working in partnership across health and social care sectors, therefore, our students gain valuable insight into the lived experience of our service users and carers. As a result, our graduates are fit for purpose to deliver high quality health care in a variety of settings.  

In the news

  • World: From fragile to sustained physiotherapy practice: improving quality of care and patient outcomes through enhanced standards of practice
    ReliefWeb (Web), 14/02/2018:
    Barbara Rau is physiotherapy advisor at ICRC headquarters,coordinated the project report with Professor Liz Holey The authors would like to acknowledge the contributions of Anne Binks, Associate Dean

  • Teesside physios develop standards for disaster care with International Red Cross
    Physiotherapy Frontline, 17/06/2015
    Two physiotherapy academics from Teesside University are working on a project that aims to ensure that victims of conflict and natural disasters have access to optimal standards of physio care.

  • Teesside University academics team with International Committee of the Red Cross to improve physiotherapy care
    NECC, 22/04/2015; Evening Gazette, 23/04/2015
    Two Teesside University physiotherapist academics are working with a leading international humanitarian organisation to ensure that victims have access to physio care in challenging conditions.