Peter Glover has a BSc (Hons) and MSc in Physiotherapy. He published the qualitative research from his MSc thesis on the motivation for clinicians to commence Masters degree study. He is now completing his Doctoral thesis exploring the measurement of collaborative practice within multidisciplinary healthcare teams. Whilst working as a Superintendent Physiotherapist in a community based musculoskeletal service, he then completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching, conferring him Fellowship of the UK’s Higher Education Academy. For the past 10 years he has been a Practice Education Coordinator for Scotland’s National Health Service (NHS) Education and Training Body (NES). He is the Scottish Lead for a wide range of national projects supporting Physiotherapy and other Allied Health Professions (AHP) clinical placements. This role requires him regularly to conduct impact evaluations of these Scotland-wide projects, which have been presented internationally. Peter designs and runs courses across Scotland to a range of health, social care, independent, third and higher education sectors audiences. He sit on the Scottish Board for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and has presented at over 10 international and national conferences, including ER-WCPT and two previous WCPT conferences.