Staff Profile

  • Lisa Chandler has worked for the University since 2009 when she became a Senior Lecturer in Podiatry. Prior to this she taught Podiatry elsewhere and gained experience in private practice and the NHS. Lisa has gained postgraduate qualifications in education and has completed an MSc in the Principles of Podiatric Surgery. Lisa continues to practice as an HCPC-registered Podiatrist and is a Fellow of HEA and a Chartered Scientist.

    Lisa has worked on various committees both internal and external to the University of Northampton, including being a longstanding member of the Academic and Clinical Governance Committee for the Royal College of Podiatry. Now Professional Lead for Podiatry and Deputy Head of Health Professions, Lisa continues to enjoy the blend of teaching, clinical practice, and management within her role at the University.

  • Lisa teaches across all three years of the undergraduate programme, with her module responsibilities including:

    • Year 1: Pathology, Clinical Studies 1
    • Year 2: Podiatric Medicine, Clinical Studies
    • Year 3: The Foot at Risk, Dissertation supervision

    Lisa also leads a postgraduate module, The Lower Limb at Risk and supervises MSc dissertation projects.

  • For publications, projects, datasets, research interests and activities, view Lisa Chandler’s research profile on Pure, the University of Northampton’s Research Explorer.

    • Egan, C. and Chandler, L. (2015) Negative pressure wound therapy for the management of diabetic foot wounds. Poster presented to: The College of Podiatry Annual Conference and Exhibition 2015, Harrogate International Centre, 19-21 November 2015.
    • Hastings, J. and Chandler, L. (2014) Type 2 diabetes education programmes – focusing on patients’ perceptions. Poster presented to: 2014 College of Podiatry Conference and Exhibition, Bournemouth, 13-15 November 2014.
    • Chandler, L. and Otter, S. (2013) A Reliability Study to Investigate Inter-And-Intra-Rater Repeatability of Plain Radiographic Measurements Pertinent to the Assessment of Foot Posture. Winner of best scientific poster at the FIP/IFP World Congress of Podiatry, Rome 2013.
    • Wan, S. K. and Chandler, L. (2017) A quantitative study to investigate the relationship between a toe-brachial index in a supine position versus a seated position. Poster presented to: College of Podiatry Annual Conference: Keep Moving, ACC Liverpool 2017