Ms Stephanie Mansell

Job title

Consultant respiratory physiotherapist 

Qualifications

MSc BSc(Hons) MCSP 

Contact details

Phone number: 020 7472 6623

Private practice phone number: 0734 1256 125

Private practice email address: info@breathebetterphysio.co.uk

Related services

Respiratory medicine, Therapy services

Biography

Stephanie has a particular interest in acute and long-term non-invasive ventilation and sleep medicine, and is the co-lead for the sleep and ventilation service. Stephanie oversees the respiratory physiotherapy services including; pulmonary rehabilitation, airway clearance, nebuliser, oxygen and dysfunctional breathing. She is passionate about patient-centred care and is particularly interested in how technology can help achieve the best care.

Publications

  • A Lewko, SKM Harlow, P Macdonald, MJ Irvin-Sellers, Effects of Post Exacerbation Pulmonary Rehabilitation (PEPR) on exercise tolerance, Quality of Life (QoL) and health care utilisation, Eur Respir J, 2015 
  • Paul Macdonald, Catherine Prodger, Kirsten Thompson, Agnieszka Lewko, Stephanie Harlow, Melanie Irvin-Sellers, The use of oxygen prescription wristbands significantly improves patient safety on an acute respiratory ward, Eur Respir J, 2015
  • SKM Harlow, A Harvey, A Thomas, Does High Fidelity Simulation Training Increase the Self-Evaluated Confidence of Non-specialist Physiotherapists Providing an On-call Respiratory Physiotherapy Service?, Physiotherapy, Volume 101, Suppl 1, RR-PL-731 
  • A Knott, M Stevenson, SKM Harlow, Benchmarking rehabilitation practice on the intensive care unit (ICU), Journal of the Intensive Care Society, 2015 16(1)p24-30
  • SKM Harlow, A Lewko, H Black, S Blandford, MJ Irvin-Sellers Effects of Post Exacerbation Pulmonary Rehabilitation (PEPR) on exercise tolerance, Quality of Life (QoL) and health care utilisation, Thorax, 2014; 69 (Suppl 2) A1-A236, A46, S85
  • SKM Harlow, J Tollit, MJ Irvin-Sellers, Intelligence Based Information System (IBIS) reduces respiratory patients’ use of secondary care resources, Thorax, 2014; 69 (Suppl 2) A1-A236, A91, P31
  • Stephanie Harlow, Maria Heathcoat, Melanie Irvin-Sellers, A study to determine the most effective training method for increasing oxygen prescription rates in a district general hospital Eur Respir J 2013; 42 Suppl 57 1855
  • Timothy Williams, Stephanie Harlow, Paul Murray, High dependency unit (HDU) care offers no survival advantage over ward based care for our hypercapnic COPD patients needing non-invasive ventilation (NIV) Eur Respir J 2013 42  Suppl 57 p2485
  • Stephanie Harlow, Partner Feature - Secretion management of neuromuscular disease patients during hospital admissions, Frontline, 2013, 19:13:p35
  • Stephanie Harlow, Amber Lane, Paul Murray. Physiotherapy led weaning plans reduce the number of days patients require non-invasive ventilation (NIV), Eur Respir J 2012; 40: Suppl 56, 71s
  • Stephanie Harlow, Amber Lane, Paul Murray. Is non-invasive ventilation (NIV) utilised appropriately outside of respiratory specialist areas?, Eur Respir J 2012; 40: Suppl 56, 832s