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Hollie Claire Hadwen

Lecturer in Diagnostic Radiography

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Hollie Claire Hadwen

T: 01473 338751
E: H.Hadwen@uos.ac.uk  

Hollie joined the University of Suffolk academic staff in December 2014. She graduated with a first class BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography in June 2007 and was recipient of the Munro prize in 2007.  This prize is awarded to the highest achieving undergraduate radiography student and still awarded today! Hollie has expertise in the modality specialism of Radionuclide Imaging (RNI); a field in which she also holds a postgraduate qualification. Hollie is particularly interested in cardiac imaging and oncology, and was a Radiation Protection Supervisor in her previous clinical role. 

Hollie has taught and supervised a range of students in practice, and as a new lecturer, has recently completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Education (2016).  She is currently enrolled on a doctoral programme at University of Essex.

Hollie’s research has been published in the peer reviewed journal, Radiography, as well as poster presentations at the British Nuclear Medicine Society (BNMS) annual conference and the UK Radiological Congress (UKRC), and has presented her department’s clinical work at the East Anglian Nuclear Medicine society.

Teaching and other responsibilities 

Hollie teaches a variety of subjects across both the Diagnostic Radiography and Radiotherapy and Oncology undergraduate degree programmes offered at the University of Suffolk, and is the module leader for two second year modules.

In addition to teaching, Hollie is the Admissions Tutor for the BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography programme and the link lecturer for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital in Norwich. 

Selected publications

  • De-Wilton Holmes, E, Harvey-Lloyd, J & Hadwen, H (2016) Comparison of MRI and ultrasound in the diagnosis of polycystic ovarian syndrome – Poster presentation. UK Radiological Congress. 6th-8th June 2016. Liverpool ACC.
  • Lloyd, L, Harvey-Lloyd, J & Hadwen, H (2016) Comparison of MRI and ultrasound in diagnosing tetralogy of Fallot – Poster presentation. UK Radiological Congress. 6th-8th June 2016. Liverpool ACC.
  • Lown, T, Harvey-Lloyd, J & Hadwen, H (2016) Comparison of transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) and MRI in the combined approach to detecting and staging adenocarcinoma of the prostate – Poster presentation. UK Radiological Congress. 6th-8th June 2016. Liverpool ACC.
  • Schindler, C, Harvey-Lloyd, J & Hadwen, H (2016) A comparison of ultrasound (US) and computed tomography (CT) in the diagnosis and management of ovarian serous cystadenocarcinoma (OSC) – Poster presentation. UK Radiological Congress. 6th-8th June 2016. Liverpool ACC.
  • Vince, C, Doolan, C, Harvey-Lloyd, J & Hadwen, H (2016) The selection panel evaluation of the use of Multi Mini Interviews (MMIs) in selecting radiography students – Oral presentation. UK Radiological Congress. 8th June 2016. Liverpool ACC.
  • Vince, C, Doolan, C, Harvey-Lloyd, J & Hadwen, H (2016) The applicant evaluation of the use of Multi Mini Interviews (MMIs) in selecting radiography students – Poster presentation. UK Radiological Congress. 6th-8th June 2016. Liverpool ACC.
  • Hadwen H, Strudwick R & Harvey-Lloyd J (2016) From selection to registration, and beyond:  Supporting the student diagnostic radiographer in becoming a compassionate professional – Poster presentation.  The National Association of Educators in Practice Conference 2016, Identity and Practice: Responses to future needs.  15th April 2016.  Coventry University.
  • Strudwick R, Harvey-Lloyd J & Hadwen H (2016) The role of interprofessional learning in developing transformative health professionals – Poster presentation.  The National Association of Educators in Practice Conference 2016, Identity and Practice: Responses to future needs.  15th April 2016.  Coventry University.
  • Hadwen H, Strudwick R, Cox W & Heatley D (2015) Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Undergraduate Diagnostic Radiography Education: Disect Pro Applications – Poster presentation.  UCS Learning & Teaching day 16th December 2015.  University Campus Suffolk.
  • Hadwen H, Hathorn J & Stannard T (2014) SPECT/CT without a SPECT/CT. British Nuclear Medicine Society (BNMS) annual conference, Harrogate.
  • Ruffles H & Strudwick R M (2009) A comparison of fluoroscopy time and dose are product (DAP) readings for outpatient barium enema examinations.  Radiography, Vol. 15. Issue 1, February 2009, p49-57. 
  • Ruffles H & Strudwick R (2007) An insight into the Electrocardiogram.  Synergy, May 2007, p24-27.  

NB. Maiden name: Ruffles