Ann Sezier, Lecturer

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Research Officer

Phone: 09 921 9999 ext 7029


Physical Address:
Room AB105, AUT North Shore Campus, 90 Akoranga Drive, Northcote 0627, Auckland, New Zealand

Postal Address:
Person Centred Research Centre
School of Clinical Sciences
Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences
AUT University, Private Bag 92006, Auckland 1142


Masters in Philosophy (candidate)
Post Graduate Diploma in Health  Science/Rehabilitation
Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy
Graduate Diploma in Occupational Therapy


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Before starting work at AUT in 2011, Ann worked in various countries including New Zealand, UK, Switzerland and Belgium as a neuro-physiotherapist. She has a strong interest in rehabilitation, especially in Stroke, Brain Injury and Vestibular rehabilitation.
Ann’s first role at AUT was that of Clinical Educator in Neurology. She currently works as a Research Officer at the centre for Person Centred Research and lectures on undergraduate and postgraduate papers.
In her free time, Ann also provides continuous professional development by organising and facilitating courses in specialist practice areas, and by providing supervision to fellow clinicians.

Teaching Areas:

Long Term Conditions Paper- Semester 2, 2016 – School of inter-professional health studies

Research Areas:

Person centred care for people living with a long-term condition
Use of mobile technology to enhance healthcare delivery and self-management

Current Research Projects:

• The experience of living with chronic dizziness – masters research project
• Living Well with long-term neurological conditions
• Mobile Health Apps


Ann recently presented at the New Zealand Rehabilitation Association (NZRA) Conference in Wellington 2016 – topic: Living Well with Long-term Neurological Conditions.