Mrs Donna Dimond

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  • Qualifications:MSc (Medical Imaging), BSc (Hons) Radiography, PGCert TLHE, DCR(R)
  • Position:Senior Lecturer : Diagnostic Imaging
  • Department:HAS - Allied Health Professions
  • Telephone:+4411732 88417
  • Email:Donna.Dimond@uwe.ac.uk

About me

I have been an HCPC registered Diagnostic Radiographer since qualifying with the DCR(R) in 1991.  I specialised in Paediatric Imaging at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children in 1998 rising to the position of Superintendent in 2000. Following the completion of a BSc(Hons) in Radiography at UWE in 1996, I undertook post graduate studies in Imaging Reporting at Sheffield Hallam University that culminated in the award of an MSc in Medical Imaging. My dissertation examined areas of service that diagnostic radiographers can improve in the imaging of Non-Accidental Injury patients. I joined the team at UWE in 2011 and I lead a successful portfolio of well-attended courses/study days offered to both internal and external candidates. The focus of these projects are image interpretation/reporting and paediatric imaging. In 2009, I was invited by the Society and College of Radiographers to give the William Stripp Memoral Lecture at the United Kingdom Radiology Congress. My chosen topic was Osteogenesis Imperfecta and the Radiographer - Past, Present and Future. I am a member of the Association of Paediatric Radiographers (APR) and Childrens Imaging Taskforce and have been consulted by the Society and College of Radiographers on various paediatric imaging and management issues.​

 

PgC (Teaching and Learning in Higher Education). Awarding Body: University of the West of England, Bristol

 

 

MSc. Medical Imaging. Awarding Body: Sheffield Hallam University

 

 

BSc (Hons), Radiography. Awarding Body: University of the West of England

 

 

DCR(R). Awarding Body: Bristol School of Radiography​

 

 


 

 

Area of expertise

Paediatric Radiography, Paediatric Trauma and Orthopaedic Image Reporting

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