Lucy Morris- Post-COVID rehabilitation: a UK perspective Thursday, March 10, 2022
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A 90 minute online presentation with Dr Lucy Morris


  • Introductions
  • An overview of Post-Intensive Care Syndrome & how it relates to COVID rehabilitation
  • Post-acute rehabilitation with COVID patients (focus on MDT roles & working)
  • Post-Intensive care COVID MDT
    - Service delivery
    - Common themes and presentations
  • Brief literature review
    - Cognitive profile
    - Proposed mechanisms of action
  • Final reflections
  • Questions

Dr Lucy Morris 

I am Dr Lucy Morris, a Clinical Psychologist based in Christchurch. I recently moved to New Zealand (freed from MIQ 03/10/21) from the UK with my partner. I completed my BSc in Psychology at the University of Southampton (2012), and a Master's in Neuroimaging Methods and Applications at Cardiff University (2013). I went on to complete my formal clinical training (Doctorate in Clinical Psychology) at the University of Nottingham between 2015 and 2018, finally graduating in 2019.
I still see myself as a fairly newly-qualified Clinical Psychologist, and feel I have so much to learn. Since qualifying I have held roles in: Adult Medical Outpatient Psychology, Outpatient Paediatric Neuropsychology, Outpatient Adult Neuropsychology, Post-acute Inpatient Neurorehabilitation (my primary role), and the regional Post-Intensive Care COVID Follow-up MDT. 
As can probably be inferred from that list of roles, my main areas of interest are neuropsychology and neurorehabilitation. I currently work full-time for Active+, on a variety of ACC contracts including Psychological Services, Training for Independence, and Neuropsychological Assessment. 
Outside of work I am a keen runner, hiker, baker, and all-round foodie – a set of interests which complement each other well and make New Zealand feel like a perfect place to be.

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