Dr. Taylor-Goh brings to the Board her experience in postgraduate and post-registration health education from a range of higher education settings and in a variety of roles. In addition, her PhD advancing knowledge of AHP clinical decision making (King’s College London), will inform how one understands the development of students as ASI practitioners across the Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma/Masters courses in Sensory Integration.
As Director of Postgraduate Education, Dr. Taylor-Goh will lead a team of experienced and highly reputable clinical specialists in the area of Ayres Sensory Integration. She will be responsible to the Board for the planning, development and implementation of all of Sensory Integration Network’s postgraduate university accredited courses.. She will work in collaboration with Ulster University, to deliver a high quality postgraduate, post registration, education programme and enrich the experience and learning of all SI Network students on accredited courses.
Dr. Taylor-Goh’s significant clinical, educational and publishing profile, combined with a strong interpersonal style, will also promote the overall work of the Sensory Integration Network.
She says: “I am delighted to be joining the board of the SI Network UK and Ireland. In my new role as Director of Postgraduate Education my aim is to promote excellence in both the provision and delivery of the post graduate courses and ensure relevance to clinical practice.”