Dr Peter Miller | AECC University College
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Dr Peter Miller

BSc, DC, MSc, PD, FRCC (Orth), FEAC (Ortho), FHEA, DChiro - Senior Lecturer (Clinical Management)

Peter is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Management at AECC University College and teaches clinical management across a number of units and courses. Peter also leads a number of units across the Universities post graduate provision.

Biography

Dr. Peter Miller graduated from the AECC University College in 1992 and was in private practice for 11 years. During this time, he completed a Masters in clinical chiropractic through the University of Portsmouth. In 2003 Peter started as a lecturer at the AECC University College becoming a senior lecturer in 2007, completed his Professional Doctorate in 2009 and was appointed Principal Lecturer in Clinical Management in 2015. Peter has considerable experience of teaching clinical management of neuro-musculoskeletal conditions at an undergraduate and postgraduate level. Peter has successfully supervised at Masters level and has published in the areas of patient centred care, evidence-based medicine, treatment efficacy and qualitative research into the patients experience.

Current Activity

At present Peter is Senior Lecturer in Clinical Management. He is engaged in a large number of undergraduate and postgraduate activities, allowing him teach and guide at a number of academic levels across the School of Chiropractic.

Areas of Interest

Areas of interest include: Patient centred care, evidence-informed practice, values-based practice, professional development and clinical management.

Qualifications

Qualifications

  • BSc (Chiropractic)
  • DC
  • MSc (Clinical Chiropractic)
  • DChiro.

 

Membership

Membership

  • Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors
  • Fellow of the European Academy of Chiropractic
  • British Chiropractic Association.
Research

Research

  • Educational research
  • Neurophysiology of manual therapy.
Contact details

Contact details

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