I qualified in 1999 as a Therapy Radiographer from the University of Central England in Birmingham. I started my working career at South Cleveland hospital (now The James Cook University Hospital) in Middlesbrough. Over the years I moved through the ranks from basic grade, Senior 2, Senior 1 to Superintendent. Throughout my clinical career I also had the opportunity to be seconded to Sheffield Hallam University, once in 2007-2009 as a link lecturer and then again in 2012-2014 as a Professional Development Facilitator. In 2014 I left the NHS work as a Senior lecturer and Professional Development Facilitator (for the radiotherapy department in Middlesbrough). I am currently the module leader for Treatment Verification on the MSc and I am involved in BSc and MSc dissertation supervision.
Allied Health Professions
Health And Wellbeing
Radiotherapy and Oncology
CLARKSON, Melanie, HEADS, Gary, HODGSON, Denyse and PROBST, Heidi (2018). Does the intervention of mindfulness reduce levels of burnout and compassion fatigue and increase resilience in pre-registration students? A pilot study. Radiography.
THOMPSON, Emma and CLARKSON, Melanie (2016). Investigating patient recruitment to radiotherapy clinical trials. Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice, 15 (3), 232-238.
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