Pam is a therapy radiographer who joined City University in 1995. She previously worked at Charterhouse School of Radiography.
Pam initially worked as a clinical radiographer in the radiotherapy department at St Bartholomew's Hospital London for seven years before becoming a lecturer. She began her lecturing career at St Bartholomew's School of Radiography, moving to The Middlesex School of Radiography and then Charterhouse School of Radiography before joining City University in 1995.
HDCR; TDCR; MSc
- Member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice
- Referee for articles for Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice
- External Examiner at St Georges and Kingston University
- Cherry, P. and Duxbury, A. (Eds.), (2009). Practical Radiotherapy:Physics and Equipment. United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-4443-1618-6.
- Flinton, D.M., Thorne, R.J., Waller, S., Nelson, N., Thapar-Francis, P. and Cherry, P. (2002). The effect of the recommendation of two different physical activity strategies on fatigue experienced during radiotherapy. Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice, 2(4), pp. 207–214. doi:10.1017/S1460396902000055.
- BSc (Hons) Radiotherapy and Oncology
- FdSc Radiotherapy and Oncology
RC1021 - Module leader. Common module covering a range of basic introductory topics
RT1024 - Lecturer on this module. Anatomy and Oncology
RT1025 - Module leader - Anatomy and Oncology
RT2023 - Module Leader - Radiotherapy Clinical Practice
RT3024 - Module Leader - Radiotherapy clinical Practice
RT3025 - Module Leader - Radiotherapy Clinical Practice
RT1013 - Module leader - Anatomy and Oncology for FdSc
- Clinical Co-ordinator for the BSc Programme
- Link lecturer to UCLH, The Royal Free Hospital and The London Clinic