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City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Sue is a lecturer in diagnostic radiography who joined City University London in 1998, after six years lecturing at The University of Hertfordshire.

Sue originally trained and worked as a diagnostic Radiographer at Hammersmith Hospital, London and worked subsequently at Westminster Hospital, London. Her main clinical focus at these posts was general and trauma radiography, and student training/assessment. Following this she lectured at Westminster School of Radiography, followed by six years as a lecturer at The University of Hertfordshire, where her main areas of interest were the integration of new computed radiography (CR) techniques and PACS into the undergraduate education programme, involving focussed action research on curriculum development in radiography. Subsequently her main areas of interest have continued to be curriculum development, as well as clinical support during placement and development of clinical assessments and tools.

Qualifications

- 1986 Diploma of The College of Radiographers, Hammersmith Hospital, London
- 1991 Clinical Tutors Certificate, The College of Radiographers, London
- 1999 MSc. Higher Education in the Clinical Sciences, The University of Hertfordshire

Administrative Roles & Clinical Activity

- Member of the Assessment Board - BSc (Hons) Radiography

Clinical activity

- Link Lecturer - Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Professional Bodies

- Member of The Society of Radiographers (1986-present)
- State Registered Radiographer (HCPC) (1986-present)

Research

Research Overview

Current involvement in the exploration of the Tablet technology use in clinical/academic teaching.

Previous research:

- 1995-6: Action Research Team, Curriculum Development in Radiography Project - Department of Radiography, University of Hertfordshire/The College of Radiographers

- 1999: The Role of Digital Imaging Training in Undergraduate Radiography Education - MSc. Project, The University of Hertfordshire/City University London

Research Areas

- Curriculum development - radiography

Education

BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography Modules

RC1022 Common Module 1
RD1023 Radiographic Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology
RD1025 Principles of Imaging in Practice 1
RD2024 Professional Practice in Medical Imaging
RD3023 Image Interpretation and Evaluation
RD3024 Preparation for Clinical Practice
RC3021 Research Exercise

Postgraduate Modules

RCM013 Comparative Imaging

Other Activities

Other

  1. Willis SJ, Bland P, Humphries S, McHugh K, Morgan J, Walls D Collaboration and communication, developing skills for future healthcare delivery BJR Congress series. Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress 2014: 120. [Beth Whittaker prize]

    Bennett S, Humphries S, Willis SJ What future for FAST in cases of blunt abdominal trauma? BJR Congress series. Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress 2014: 121.

    Repas J, Humpries S, Willis SJ Should quantitative MRI sequences become part of routine imaging for Multiple Sclerosis? BJR Congress series. Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress 2014: 75. [Forder Memorial prize]

    Purdey J, Humphries S, Willis SJ A review of Radiographer Reporting on CT Head Scans in A&E BJR Congress series. Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress 2014: 121.

    Dillon A, Humphries S, Willis SJ A review to explore techniques for optimising scanning parameters during CT imaging of paediatrics BJR Congress series. Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress 2014: 121.

    Willis SJ, Bland P, Humphries S, McHugh K, Poynter D, Walls D, Morgan J, The use of tablet technology to prepare them and inform us. Networking for Education Conference 2013.

    Willis SJ, Bland P, Humphries S, McHugh K, Poynter D, Walls D, Morgan J, Tablet technology: does it enhance learning and develop clinical skills? BJR Congress series. Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress 2013: 137.

    Willis SJ, Bland P, Humphries S, McHugh K, Poynter D, Walls D, Morgan J, The ‘CASE’ curricula: Creative and Active Student Engagement through technology enhanced learning. Higher Education Academy Health and Social Care Conference 2013

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