Dr Heather Gray is the Head of Physiotherapy and Paramedicine at Glasgow Caledonian University having worked previously in NHS Scotland. She has taught in Higher Education for 21 years and teaches and supervises research for undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral Physiotherapy students. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Heather's teaching and research interests are in psychologically informed physiotherapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, health promotion, mental health and vocational rehabilitation. Her doctoral research explored Physiotherapists’ assessment of work-related psychosocial risk factors (Blue Flags). Heather is the Chair of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy’s Professional Committee. She spent four years as a Researcher at the University of Glasgow in Public Health and in Scotland’s Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professions Research Unit managing national projects funded by Scottish Government, the Stroke Association, and Chief Scientist Officer. Currently, she is leading a Scotland-wide Quality Assurance Agency project on building inclusive curricula to enhance student mental wellbeing. Heather has completed nine consultancy projects with NHS Scotland’s Education and Training body. She completed her Doctorate, MSc Physiotherapy, PgC Occupational Health, PgC Learning and Teaching and BSc Physiotherapy. She has over 25 peer-reviewed journal publications and has presented at many international and UK conferences.