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Elaine Wilkinson

PositionMSc Medical Imaging and MSc Medical Imaging International Programme Lead
Location3.09
DepartmentSchool of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery
Feedback HoursMon-Wed 10:00-17:00. Thurs-Fri 10:00-14:00
Telephone01274 236005
Emaile.chaplin@bradford.ac.uk

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

Elaine’s main areas of undergraduate teaching include anatomy, physiology and imaging of the viscera; chest and abdomen imaging and interpretation; angiography; professionalism and clinical skills; moving and handling; interprofessional education; use of e-portfolio’s (pebblepad); preparation for employment and professional practice; undertaking literature reviews.

For postgraduate students, Elaine supervisors independent study and research modules and MSc projects.

Administrative Responsibilities

MSc Programme Lead

Biography

Elaine Wilkinson has been a Radiography Lecturer at the University of Bradford since 2005 and involved in the course development, delivery and revalidation of the undergraduate BSc (Hons)Diagnostic Radiography and Postgraduate Provision with the MSc Medical Imaging and MSc Medical Imaging International Programmes.

During this time her roles have included Clinical Education Co-ordinator, responsible for the organisation and assessment of clinical practice and engaging with stakeholders; and more recently MSc Medical Imaging Programme Lead.

Professional History

Prior to working at the University of Bradford, Elaine worked as a Senior Radiographer in Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Middlemore Hospital Auckland New Zealand, and Bradford Hospitals NHS Trust and specialised predominantly in angiography and interventional imaging.

Professional Activities

Elaine is an External Examiner for Birmingham City University for the FdSc Health and Social Care- Diagnostic Radiography programme

Research Areas

Research areas include use of portfolio’s in the clinical assessment of undergraduate students; supporting learners; common clinical assessment tools for UG Radiographers.

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