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Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care
Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Julie is a radiotherapist, teaching first and second year undergraduate students in the School of Radiography. She is module leader for the Application Of Skills module, a tutor to first year undergraduate radiotherapy students and a personal tutor to a proportion of year one students.
Her clinical career has included more than fifteen years with the Kent Oncology Centre, first as a senior radiographer then superintendent radiographer and clinical specialist, plus seven years as a radiographer/senior radiographer with the Royal Marsden Hospital.
Reeves, Scott, Pelone, Ferruccio, Hendry, Julie, Lock, Nicholas, Marshall, Jayne, Pillay, Leontia and Wood, Ruth
Using a meta-ethnographic approach to explore the nature of facilitation and teaching approaches employed in interprofessional education.
Medical Teacher, 38(12),
ISSN (print) 0142-159X
Lacey, Craig, Ockwell, Clare, Locke, Imogen, Thomas, Karen, Hendry, Julie and McNair, Helen
A prospective study comparing radiographer and clinician based localisation for patients with metastatic spinal cord compression (MSCC) to assess the feasibility of a radiographer led service.
British Journal of Radiology, 88(1055),
ISSN (print) 0007-1285
Pang, Pei Ping Eric, Hendry, Julie, Cheah, Shie Lee, Soong, Yoke Lim, Fong, Kam Weng, Wee, Tien Seng Joseph, Tan, Wee Kiat Terence, Nei, Wen Long, Wang, Fuqiang, Wong, Ru Xin, Ng, Wee Loon and Chen, John
An assessment of the magnitude of intra-fraction movement of head-and-neck IMRT cases and its implication on the action-level of the imaging protocol.
Radiotherapy and Oncology, 112(3),
ISSN (print) 0167-8140
A qualitative focus group study to explore the information, support and communication needs of women receiving adjuvant radiotherapy for primary breast cancer.
Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice, 10(02),
ISSN (print) 1460-3969
Hendry, Julie, Wood, Ruth and Sartori, Daniele
Social interaction, online access and attendance on taught programmes; a cross-disciplinary student perspective.
In: HEIR Network Conference 2015: The Stories We Tell: Using Institutional Research to Enhance Policy, Practice and Engagement;
10-11 Sep 2015, Paisley, U.K..