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Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care
Job Title: Associate Professor
Phone: 020 8725 4265
Location: Grosvenor Wing, FHSCE, SGUL
Dr Cheryl Whiting joined Kingston & St George's in 2000. She is currently an associate professor in diagnostic radiography and course director for the Master of Research in Clinical Practice, a programme funded by the National Institute of Health Research and Chief Nursing Officer for England as part of the government's drive to modernise clinical academic careers for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals.
Cheryl qualified as a diagnostic radiographer in 1990 and, following seven years in practice at Chesterfield Royal Hospital, began her teaching career at Sheffield Hallam University in 1999. She holds higher degrees in medical imaging, educational management and research, and a doctorate in education. Her doctoral thesis focused on social learning: exploring the development of professionalism among diagnostic radiography students.
She teaches a range of subjects on radiography programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and leads modules relating to research, mentorship and practice education, continuing professional development, advanced practice and computed tomography. She is also the clinical liaison tutor for St George's Hospital.
Cheryl supervises students undertaking research at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level and is an accredited assessor with the Society and College of Radiographers.
Professionalism; social learning; professional and masters level skill development; clinical education.
Titmarsh, Kumud and Whiting, Cheryl
Enhancing learning in the clinical environment.
Synergy: representing radiographers, promoting radiography, 2008(December),
ISSN (print) 1360-5518
Professionalism in health care practice.
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