Zoe is a Senior Lecturer in Therapeutic Radiography. She previously worked clinically as a Senior Therapeutic Radiographer within the NHS. Currently Zoe is Course Leader for BSc.(Hons) Therapeutic Radiography, leading the course development and ensuring we meet the ever changing needs of the profession, working closely with practice partners across East of England to ensure we provide a competent workforce for the future. As Senior Lecturer in the School of Health & Sports Sciences, Zoe enjoys teaching across other programmes, undergraduate and postgraduate, sharing her specialist knowledge of radiotherapy and oncology.
Zoe began her clinical career in the busy radiotherapy department at Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Whilst still in preceptorship Zoe was elected as the Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR) Union Learning Rep for that department, which enabled her to support colleagues in career development and provide learning opportunities to ensure continuing professional developments (CPD) requirements were met. Having retrained in her thirties, Zoe is not unfamiliar with the juggle of working and studying, therefore currently rising to the challenge of studying for her Professional Doctorate in Health Education.
During these early years of her radiography career Zoe has contributed articles to Synergy, a monthly publication from the Society & College of Radiographers, including a feature for World Cancer Day and a discussion piece considering how to inspire the future generation of radiographers. Therapeutic Radiography is a specialist profession and Zoe continues to work with several partners to ensure there is continuity in raising the profile of the profession, particularly as a member of the Therapeutic Radiography Careers National Steering Group.