Professor Pip Logan obtained her first degree, an Occupational Therapy BSc, in 1985 from the University of Derby. She then undertook her MPhil at the University of Nottingham in 1994, which was a community-based randomised controlled trial of occupational therapy for stroke patients. In 2004 she gained her PhD at the University of Nottingham, a randomised controlled trial evaluating an outdoor mobility intervention for stroke patients. She is the Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange for the School of Medicine, an NIHR Senior Investigator and Chief Investigator for a £1.8 million National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) HTA research grant which is exploring falls in care homes. She also works clinically for Nottingham City Care Partnership (NHS) in the community rehabilitation team.