Charlotte Burnside

Acting Head of Department for ODP and Paramedic Science

School of Health Sciences
0121 202 4252

Charlotte is the Programme Leader for BSc (Hons) Medical Ultrasound programme and Deputy for the BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography. Her role is the overall management of the programmes, as well as supporting students in their studies and helping them to manage their learning.  Charlotte's door is always open for students who need to discuss any aspect of their studies with her.

Charlotte is the Personal Tutor for diagnostic radiography students who are placed at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton, and she sees students regularly to offer pastoral support and discuss their progress, both in their academic studies and in their clinical placement.

She teaches predominantly on the diagnostic radiography programme, as that is her professional background, but she also teaches sessions relating to academic and professional practice on the radiotherapy programme.  The radiography disciplines are very different, but share many elements relating to patient care and professional regulation. Charlotte is the module leader for the level 4 Introduction to Professional Life in Clinical Practice for the Medical Ultrasound Students.

Her clinical area of expertise is Radionuclide Imaging/Functional & Molecular Imaging and she covers this subject on both the radiography courses at all levels of the degree.

Charlotte is currently undertaking her Educational Doctorate and looking into Employability in Radiography especially concentrating on Character.

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