Pam Clarke

BSc (Hons) OT

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  • Complex physical disability.
  • Visual impairment and loss.
  • Burns and plastics including scar management for adults and children.
  • Hand therapy.
  • Upper limb injuries including amputations and joint replacements replacements
  • Lower limb injuries including amputations and joint replacements replacements
  • Single and multi-level spinal surgery.
  • Arthritis, including Rheumatoid and Juvenile Idiopathic.
  • Bone infection and vascular impairments.
  • Internal injuries and bladder and bowel disorders.
  • Pain including Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome.
  • Neurological conditions including stroke, MS, MND, Parkinson’s and dementia.
  • Cancer, including palliative care.
  • Associated mild brain injury including post-concussion syndrome.

Clinical Currency Statement

As at June 2020, I am engaged in the role of Case Manager for Rehab Without Walls for an average of 84 hours per month. I also work as a private Occupational Therapist for an average of 8 hours per month.


Employment Profile

Qualifications and Membership

  • BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy, Oxford Brookes University (2001).
  • British Association of Occupational Therapists (BAOT).
  • British Association of Hand Therapists (BAHT) Level 1 (2003).
  • Member of the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
  • Specialist seating assessments (2016).
  • Royal College Specialist Section Medico-Legal Forum Committee member (2016/2017)
  • Best Interest Assessor (2017).
  • British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers (BABICM).


Career History


Pam has lectured or presented on eleven occasions and also has one article published.

Presentations and Lectures: 

  • Oxford Brookes University – associate lecturer, delivering the upper limb module (2017,2018).
  • Oxford Brookes University – associate lecturer, Mental Capacity Act (2017, 2018, 2019).
  • Oxford Brookes University – associate lecturer – anatomy (2019).
  • Oxford Brookes University – Interviewing Occupational Therapy Students (2017,2018).
  • Presentation on ‘Hand Function’ – In-service training programme, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre (2016).
  • Presentation on ‘The Charcot Ankle’ – training programme to regional junior doctors (2015).
  • Formal presentation, National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society on ‘Joint Protection Principles’ (NRAS) (2012).
  • Occupational Therapy for Rheumatology Patients’ – training programme presentation to regional junior doctors (2010).
  • Rheumatology Workshops’ for Oxford Brookes University Occupational Therapy BSc (Hons) course (2010).
  • Presentation on ‘Anatomy of the Hand’ to course candidates – accredited British Association of Hand Therapists (BAHT) Level 1 course.


  • Article on Chronic Fatigue (2019).

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