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Sue Palfreyman

Osteopathy Lead
School of Community Studies
Location: Building 060, Room 1016

Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Sue Palfreyman as Associate Supervisor

Kay, Lynda (2018). What is known about experiences, perceptions, and impacts on practitioners and patients due to sex and gender in the chiropractic, osteopathy and physiotherapy professions: a scoping review (Master of Osteopathy)


Anderson, H., & Palfreyman, S. (2021). Professional Learning for Osteopaths: Work in progress. Unitec/MIT Research Symposium, Unitec, Mt Albert campus.

Heath, S., Palfreyman, S., Perry, A., & Keighron, C. (2020). 'Online from Monday': The experiences of tertiary teaching staff during the New Zealand Covid-19 emergency response. Unitec Research Symposium, Unitec, Mt Albert campus.

Palfreyman, S., Mercier, J., & Friedlander, T. (2017). Pre-entry qualifications as predictors of success in first year osteopathic education. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine (Vol. tba).

Palfreyman, S., Friedlander, T., & Mercier, J. (2017). A Proposed Model for Flexible and Responsive Pre-Admission Criteria. National Learning and Teaching Conference, Unitec New Zealand.

Palfreyman, S. (2015). Article Review: The effect of daily walking steps on preventing neck and low back pain in sedentary workers: A 1-year prospective cohort study. International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine (Vol. 18(2)).

Palfreyman, S. (2013). The Relationship between Student Engagement with Feedback and Lecturer and Student Views of Teaching, Learning and Assessment. Master of Education (Adult Education), Massy University.