Liz Shute

Liz Shute BSc, MSc, FHEA


I am a lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging team and teach across both the undergraduate and postgraduate radiography courses. My main roles are currently course leader and admissions tutor for the undergraduate BSc Diagnostic Radiography course.


I qualified with an MSc as a diagnostic radiographer back in 2010 and have worked clinically in a variety of different trusts and departments across the UK, mainly in general X-ray but also specialising in computed tomography (CT) and angiography.

I have worked in a number of major trauma centres both in Yorkshire and in London as well as partaking in a locum radiographer role allowing me to work in Scotland for a short time. I am currently a member of the Society of radiographers and have previously gained qualification as a union representative.

I joined Sheffield Hallam as a lecturer in December 2016 for a 9 month secondment for two days a week. This opportunity enabled me to combine the teaching and education still with my clinical duties as a general radiographer. I then became a permanent part time member of staff in Jan 2018 teaching and module leading on both the undergraduate and postgraduate imaging courses.

During this time I have gained fellowship in the higher education academy (FHEA) by successfully completing a PgCert in teaching and learning in higher education. I am one of two of our admissions tutors and act as a visiting lecturer to our hospital placement sites acting as a link between clinical placement and university.
I have keen research interests in the communication of public health promotion within radiography.


College of Health, Wellbeing and Life Sciences

BSc Diagnositc Radiography, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice in Image Interpretation, MSc Enhanced Diagnostic Imaging Practice 

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