- Jayne Morgan
- +44 (0)20 7040 5671
Jayne is a Senior Lecturer in Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging) who joined City University London in March 2001. She previously worked at the University of Hertfordshire for two years after practising as a qualified Radiography Practitioner since 1986.
Jayne initially trained as a diagnostic radiographer at St Georges Hospital in London. She gained many years of clinical experience as a senior radiographer at various hospitals in London and Australia eventually specialising in computed tomography (CT) scanning. She worked for one year as a clinical research radiographer in CT at the Hammersmith Hospital and several months as a clinical applications specialist in CT for a reputable manufacturer of medical imaging equipment.
Since joining City University London, Jayne's main role up until August 2014 was that of Programme Director for the BSc. (Hons) Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging). Jayne is module leader, senior lecturer and examiner on many undergraduate modules where her specialist area is radiation science and technology. She continues in her role as Senior Personal Tutor.
She is also the subject leader in computed tomography at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
MSc Health Sciences: Clinical Care; PgC Teaching and Learning in Higher Education; Management Diploma of the College of Radiographers (MDCR) ; Diploma of the College of Radiographers (R)
- Farquharson M, Morgan J, & Thorne R (March 2008) 'TEACHING INNOVATION GROUP PRIZE, CEAP', City University London
- Willis SJ, Bland P, Humphries S, McHugh K, Poynter D, Walls D, Morgan J (2013) "Health has got Talent" - The use of tablet technology to enhance learning and develop clinical skills. SHS.
Administrative roles/Clinical activities
- SHS Learning and Teaching Committee - Representative for Radiography
- Radiation Protection Supervisor, Radiography, City University London
- Senior Personal Tutor, Radiography
- Moodle Representative, Radiography
- Division of Midwifery and Radiography Representative of SHS Travel Committee
- Link lecturer / personal tutor for University College London Hospital (UCLH) UG diagnostic radiography students - provide pastoral care during their clinical placements and monitor that students maintain an acceptable standard of clinical skills, attendance, punctuality, appearance and general professionalism via liaison with clinical staff.
- During the summer Jayne spends time at UCLH to update clinical experience.
Memberships of professional bodies
- Society of Radiographers, UK (SOR) and registered assessor for Society / College of Radiographers (S/COR), Approvals and Accreditation Board
- Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
- Higher Education Academy (HEA)
BSc (Hons) Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging) & BSc (Hons) Radiography (Radiotherapy and Oncology):
- RC1011 - Common Module 1
- RD1023 - Radiographic Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology
- RD1024 - Science for Medical Imaging 1 - Module leader
- RD1025 - Principles of Imaging in Practice 1
- RD2022 - Science for Medical Imaging 2
- RD2023 - Principles of Imaging in Practice 2
- RD2024 - Professional Practice in Medical Imaging
- RD3022 - Equipment Evaluation
- RD3023 - Image Interpretation/Evaluation - Module Leader
- RC3021 - Research Exercise
Postgraduate Modules taught
MSc Radiography (Computed Tomography)
- Science and Instrumentation of CT - Module leader
- Clinical applications of CT - Module leader
- 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. (2013).
Description: Networking for Education Conference
- Willis SJ, Bland P, Humphries S, McHugh K, Poynter D, Walls D, Morgan J, Tablet technology: does it enhance learning and develop clinical skills? (2013).
Description: BJR Congress series. Proceedings of the UK Radiological Congress
- 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. (2013).
Description: Higher Education Academy Health and Social Care Conference