Dr Jenny Setchell [JS1] is a Senior Research Fellow in Physiotherapy at The University of Queensland. She is Director of SocioHealthLab which is an interdisciplinary research collective that pursues social transformation in health and healthcare through applied socio-cultural research. Her research interests include sociological perspectives on healthcare broadly, and physiotherapy, disability and pain specifically. Her PhD in psychology at the University of Queensland focussed on weight stigma in physiotherapy. Dr Setchell has been awarded over 1.2M in funding for her work and has over 50 publications including a co-edited book. Dr Setchell also has 20 years of diverse clinical experience as a physiotherapist in Australia and internationally primarily in the musculoskeletal and sports sub-disciplines. She is a founding member, and past co-chair of the international Critical Physiotherapy Network and a committee member of the International Society for Critical Health Psychology. Dr Setchell is the recipient of a prestigious NHMRC Fellowship (2019-2022) and the Margret Mittelheuser Fellowship for post-graduate study (2015). She has also been an acrobat and a human rights worker.