Mrs Shamila Manie
Lecturer, Division of Physiotherapy
BSc Physiotherapy (UWC),
MSc Physiotherapy (US),
Shamila joined UCT in August 2007. Before then she worked at the University of Stellenbosch (2005-2007) where she obtained her Masters and lectured in the area of cardio-pulmonary rehabilitation. Prior to this she worked at the University of the Western Cape (2000-2004) as co-ordinator for the visually impaired programme in Physiotherapy as well as a lecturer and clinical supervisor.
Currently she heads the cardio-pulmonary teaching from 1st to 4th year in the division. She has successfully supervised 3 Masters Students in the area of cardio-pulmonary research.
All undergraduate teaching in the area of cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, including burns.
Research focus areas
Areas of interest are management in the ICU, Infectious disease-specifically Pulmonary Tuberculosis as well as education
Tel: +27 21 650 1787
Email: Mrs Shamila Manie
De Grass, D, Manie, S and Amosun, SL (2014). Effectiveness of a home based pulmonary rehabilitation programme in pulmonary function and health related quality of life for patients with pulmonary tuberculosis; a pilot study. African Health Sciences Vol. (14) Issue 4:866-872
Onigbinde Ayodele Teslim, M’Kumbuzi Vyvienne, Olaogun Mathew Olatokunbo, Afolabi Joshua Oluwafisayo, Nondwe Bongokazi Mlenzana, Manie Shamila, Tarimo Nesto, Mukoka Grace (2014). Side Effects of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs: The Experience of Patients with Musculoskeletal Disorders. American Journal of Health Research, Vol. 2, Issue Number 4, July 2014
Susan D Hanekom, Dina Brooks, Linda Denehy, Monika Fagevik-Olsén, Timothy C Hardcastle5, Shamila Manie and Quinette Louw (2012). Reaching consensus on the physiotherapeutic management of patients following upper abdominal surgery: a pragmatic approach to interpret equivocal evidence. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2012, 12:5
Amosun SL, Maart S, Ferguson G and Manie S (2012). Widening access to undergraduate physiotherapy education in South Africa – pointers from students’ records. South African Journal of Physiotherapy; Vol 68, No 2 (2012), 38-45. doi: 10.4102/sajp.v68i2.15
Manie, S, Faure M and Hanekom, S (2008). Profile and length of stay of Coronary artery bypass graft patients in the cape metropolitan area. South African Journal of Critical Care Volume 23, No.2