Amelia Drake is a Lecturer in Diagnostic Radiography in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing. Amelia works with the Diagnostic team on the programme from Undergraduate Diagnostic Radiography. She also works inter-professionally with colleagues to deliver Inter-professional learning to first and second year students. She has research experience with her current MSc study exploring personality traits and Diagnostic Radiography students.
Amelia started with SHU in 2014 as an associate lecturer and progressed to part-time lecturer in 2015 with the diagnostic radiography team.
Prior to this she worked clinically as a diagnostic Radiographer at a local general hospital before moving to Asia for seven years. During this time, she worked both clinically and as a diagnostic radiographer lecturer at a university.
Her interest in teaching lead her to apply to SHU, where she supports the undergraduate diagnostic radiography course and supplements the distance learning postgraduate modules.
She also works clinically at a local hospital 2 days a week to continue her skills with service users, keeping her finger on the ever changing NHS pulse.
General radiography, specialising in axial skeletal.
Health And Wellbeing
Haber, M., Drake, A., & Nightingale, J. (2020). Is there an advantage to using computer aided detection for the early detection of pulmonary nodules within chest X-Ray imaging? Radiography. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.radi.2020.01.002
Clinical post at a local general hospital