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Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care
Job Title: Head of Department of Radiography and Associate Professor
Phone: 020 8417 2665
Location: Penrhyn Road Campus, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 2EE
Marcus joined the Faculty in 2004. He is a health care academic experienced in leadership and management at both faculty and institutional level.
A diagnostic radiographer who is HCPC registered with contemporary knowledge of practice, health and health education policy. Eleven years' experience of NHS culture and working practices complemented by nineteen year's knowledge and skills gained in the health and social care education sector.
A passionate advocate of the student voice, transactional research and proactive staff education and development.
Marcus is currently Head of Department of Radiography. He has several key roles across the Faculty and institution.
October 2010 â?? Overview of NHS NMET & Practical Implications, Sheffield Hallam University
September 2012 â?? SADRAS (staff student research partnerships) Project evaluator
September 2014 - SADRAS (staff student research partnerships) Project evaluator
Jackson, Marcus, Pelone, Ferruccio, Reeves, Scott, Hassenkamp, Anne Marie, Emery, Claire, Titmarsh, Kumud and Greenwood, Nan
Interprofessional education in the care of people diagnosed with dementia and their carers: a systematic review.
BMJ Open, 6(8),
ISSN (online) 2044-6055
Pelone, Ferruccio, Reeves, Scott, Ioannides, Andreas, Emery, Claire, Titmarsh, Kumud, Jackson, Marcus, Hassenkamp, Anne Marie and Greenwood, Nan
Interprofessional education in the care of people diagnosed with dementia: protocol for a systematic review.
BMJ Open, 5(4),
ISSN (online) 2044-6055
Gawugah, James N.K., Jadva-Patel, Hansa and Jackson, Marcus T.
The uptake of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by Ghanaian radiographers.
ISSN (print) 1078-8174
King, Linda M., Jackson, Marcus T., Gallagher, Ann, Wainwright, Paul and Lindsay, Jane
Towards a model of the expert practice educator: interpreting multi-professional perspectives in the literature.
Learning in Health and Social Care, 8(2),
ISSN (print) 1473-6853
Responding to the changing political and social landscape of radiography education: how new educational theory has influenced the radiography curriculum and its enactment.
In: BERA Annual Conference 2014;
23-25 Sep 2014, London, U.K..
Williams, Neil, Hill, Mike, Jackson, Marcus T. and Elliott-Bowman, Joy
The student academic development research associate scheme - engaging stem students and academics as partners in pedagogic research.
In: HEA STEM: Annual Learning and Teaching Conference 2013: Where Practice and Pedagogy Meet;
17-18 Apr 2013, Birmingham, U.K..
Jackson, Marcus Thomas
Conceptualising radiography knowledge and the role of radiography educators: perspectives and experiences of a radiography education community.
(Ed.D thesis), Kingston University,