BSc (Hons), PgC (Ed.), MBA, PhD
Chris began diagnostic radiography 2006 in the United Kingdom. Since then he has worked in numerous imaging modalities, such as general radiography, computed tomography (CT), fluoroscopy and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). In 2010 he started his PhD exploring contemporary radiographic practices in the general imaging environment. His doctoral thesis explored how advancing technology impacted on the utilisation of ionising radiation, patient care and knowledge transfer. Chris completed his PhD in 2015.
His research interests are multifaceted. These include exploratory research methodologies of healthcare practices coincided with the delivery of optimum ionising radiation clinically. He has utilised (and published) qualitative and quantitative methods/methodologies. Chris has authored 5 books and published 12 academic papers.
In 2016 Chris founded and currently leads the Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Professions as Editor-in-Chief. He works closely with an internationally recognised team and is available at www.ssahp.com. Chris is a reviewer for the British Journal of Radiology, Journal of Disability and Rehabilitation and Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Science and European Journal of Medical Physics.
Teaching interests include, research methods, MRI, dose optimization/general radiography and image interpretation.
Chris is currently engaged in research around image quality and dose optimization in general radiography. He is also engaged in social science research ranging from artificial intelligence, teaching in higher education and radiographic practice.