Miss Naomi Shiner
Position: Senior Lecturer
College: College of Health and Social Care
Department: Health Care Practice
Subject area: Radiography
I teach into both undergraduate and post graduate programmes delivering into a number of different modules. I have responsibilities for undergraduate module leadership. My role involves providing pastoral care and academic guidance to students.
I specialised in Radiographic Reporting in 2003 and have continued to practice this throughout my career in clinical and academia This provides me with a high level understanding of musculoskeletal pathologies and the impact on patient pathways.
I am particularly interested in the integration of simulation within radiography education and students preferential learning styles.
Society of Radiographers
Health and Care Professions Council
Fellow Higher Education Academy
PgCert Higher Education Learning and Teaching, Robert Gordon University
PgCert Medical Image Interpretation, Bradford University
BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography, University of Central England
Institue Leadership and Mangement: Level 5, NHS Highland
Scottish Clinical Skills Network 2016 (presenting) The use of simulation makeup in undergraduate diagnostic radiography education
UKRC 2016 (presenting) The use of simulation makeup in undergraduate diagnostic radiography education
Radiographer 2000-2002 QMC, Nottingham, UK
Senior Reporting Radiographer 2003-2008 QMC, Nottingham, UK
Senior Cross-sectional Radiographer/Reporting Radiographer 2000-2010 NHS Highland, UK
Superintendant Radiographer/Reporting Radiographer 2010-2013 NHS Highland, UK
Senior Lecturer Diagnostic Radiography/Reporting Radiographer 2013-2016 Robert Gordon University and NHS Highland.
Senior Lecturer Diagnostic Radiography/Reporting Radiographer 2016-present Univeristy of Derby/NUH Trust