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Portrait of Charlie Rogers

Charlie Rogers

Research Student

School of Health Sciences

Postal address

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

About

Overview

Charlie qualified as a diagnostic radiographer in 2015 from the University of Salford. During her undergraduate degree Charlie was involved in a number of international research projects with the Erasmus Optimax program developing a passion for practitioner led research.

Charlie worked as a radiographer at The Royal Bournemouth Hospital for a number of years before training in Medical Ultrasound at City, University of London and is now progressing her studies with an interest in patient centred imaging.

Qualifications

  1. Postgraduate Diploma - Medical Ultrasound, City, University London, United Kingdom, Sep 2018 – Mar 2020
  2. MSc Psychology, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom, Sep 2017 – Jul 2018
  3. BSc Diagnostic Radiography, University of Salford, United Kingdom, Sep 2012 – Jun 2015

Employment

  1. PhD Student, City, University of London, Oct 2020 – present
  2. Sonographer, Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Jun 2015 – present

Expertise

Geographic Areas

  • Europe

Research

Title of thesis: Working Title – Experience Based Co-Design (EBCD) of Patient Centred Ultrasound Reports

Oct 2020

Summary of research

This study aims to improve patient understanding of ultrasound scan reports by engaging with Sonographers and patients to co-design interventions.

1st supervisor

  • Dr Jane Chudleigh, Reader in Child's Health

2nd supervisor

  • Dr Soph Willis, Senior Lecturer

Publications

Chapters (2)

  1. Everton, C., Bird, S., Brito, W., Collé, P., Franco, A., Lutjeber, S. … Angmorterh, S. (2015). Review article – The effects of clinical support surfaces on pressure as a risk factor in the development of pressure ulcers, from a radiographical perspective: a narrative literature review. In Hogg, P. and Lança, L. (Eds.), Radiation Dose and Image Quality Optimisation in Medical Imaging OPTIMAX 2014, Lisbon (pp. 69–74). ISBN 978-1-907842-60-3.
  2. Everton, C., Bird, S., Brito, W., Collé, P., Franco, A., Lutjeber, S. … Angmorterh, S. (2015). Experimental article – An experimental study to compare the interface pressure and experience of healthy participants when lying still for
    20 minutes in a supine position on two different imaging surfaces.
    In Hogg, P. and Lança, L. (Eds.), Radiation Dose and Image Quality Optimisation in Medical Imaging OPTIMAX 2014, Lisbon (pp. 75–80). ISBN 978-1-907842-60-3.

Conference paper/proceedings

  1. Everton, C., Bird, S., Brito, W., Collé, P., Franco, A., Lutjeber, S. … Angmorterh, S. (2015). Radiological perspective of the formation of pressure ulcers - a comparison of pressure and experience on two imaging surfaces. European Congress of Radiology 4-8 March, Vienna.

Journal article

  1. Tugwell, J., Everton, C., Kingma, A., Oomkens, D.M., Pereira, G.A., Pimentinha, D.B. … Hogg, P. (2014). Increasing source to image distance for AP pelvis imaging – Impact on radiation dose and image quality. Radiography, 20(4), pp. 351–355. doi:10.1016/j.radi.2014.05.012.

Professional activities

Event/conference

  1. BMUS. (Conference) Manchester (2018).
    Paper: Qualified Healthcare Practitioner Promoted to Student: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis of the impact of Job Characteristics on Motivation for the Student Sonographer
    Author: Rogers, C