Associate Professor Jane Harvey-Lloyd

Visiting Senior Fellow in Radiography

School of Allied Health Sciences

Jane is an Associate Professor and Deputy Head of The Specialist science Education Department at the University of Leeds, leading on Scholarship and Research. She completed her PhD at the University of Brighton in 2018 which explored the transition period of newly qualified radiographers using an interpretive phenomenological methodology.  Her thesis was entitled Being and Becoming a Diagnostic Radiographer and it is this that underpins her interest and passion for coaching, motivating and supporting others. 

Jane continues to develop her skills and expertise and qualitative research and had recently   explored the experiences of children with autism and their parents when visiting a diagnostic imaging department for projection imaging and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Research Specialism(s) and skills:
Interpretive phenomenology, qualitative research methods, interview skills, facilitating focus groups, thematic data analysis

Areas of interest:
•    Person-centred care, compassion and interpersonal communication skills 
•    Emotional intelligence and resilience 
•    Coaching and values-based practice
•    Reflective practice 
•    Paediatric imaging and communication 
•    Diversity in radiography and Service users’ perspectives
•    Preparation for practice and role transition 
•    Workplace stress 

Jane is currently accepting PhD applications