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Mr Nicholas Lock

School: Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care

Job Title: Principal Lecturer

Phone: N.Lock@sgul.kingston.ac.uk

Biography

Nick joined the School of Radiography in 1993 and is currently principal lecturer, while additionally holding a Faculty-wide lead role in educational technology. He is module leader for Research Methods and Science & Technology I, and chair of the School of Radiography's student committee.

Nick has acted as external examiner for a wide range of institutions and courses including Canterbury Christ Church's BSc Radiography, the University of the West of England's BSc Diagnostic Radiography and MSc programmes at Lancaster University and the University of Teeside.

Recent research experience has included reviewing the impact of e-portfolios to authenticate practice, and using infra-red imaging in the diagnosis and management of arthritis and wound healing.

Academic and professional qualifications

  • MSc, Health Sciences, London University
  • TDCR, South West Thames School of Radiography
  • FAETC, City & Guilds, Kingston College
  • HDCR Middlesex Hospital School of Radiography

Professional experience

  • 2016 - present
    Associate Professor (TEL), CHERP
  • 2006 - present
    Blended Learning Lead, Faculty of Engineering, Kingston University,
  • 1998 - present
    Principal Lecturer, Kingston University & St George's University, London,
  • 1999 - 2006
    Faculty education technology lead ,
  • 1993 - 1998
    Senior Lecturer, Kingston University,

Professional registration and membership

  • Senior Fellow, HEA

Publications

Number of items: 2.

Article

Reeves, Scott, Pelone, Ferruccio, Hendry, Julie, Lock, Nicholas, Marshall, Jayne, Pillay, Leontia and Wood, Ruth (2016) Using a meta-ethnographic approach to explore the nature of facilitation and teaching approaches employed in interprofessional education. Medical Teacher, 38(12), pp. 1221-1228. ISSN (print) 0142-159X

Conference or Workshop Item

Lock, N, Horner, P and Cotterill, S (2006) Initial experiences of using an ePortfolio for authentication of students' practice records. In: Symposium on Medical Interactice eLearning (SMILE) 2006; 13-15 Sep 2006, Sestri Levante, Italy.

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