Amanda Price
Profiles

Amanda Price

Honorary Lecturer in Diagnostic Radiography

Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health)

I qualified as a Diagnostic Radiographer in 2002, following completion of my degree at Birmingham City University (formally University of Central England). I decided quite early on in my career that I wanted to specialise in Plain film MSK reporting, following achievement of my post graduate certificate and diploma I have since been working as an advanced practitioner (Reporting Radiographer) with over 10 years of reporting experience.

In 2018, I began my role as an associate lecturer at the University of Plymouth on the undergraduate Diagnostic radiography programme, teaching radiographic technique, image interpretation and enquiry based learning (EBL). In addition, I am currently working towards a post graduate certificate in Clinical education to support my teaching role.

I am originally from the West Midlands, moving down to the South West in 2012. My Interests include running, reading, arts & crafts and playing guitar. One of my best personal achievements was winning 'best newcomer' at my local running club in 2018.

Qualifications

Qualifications:

BSc (Hons) Applied & Human Biology

BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography

PG Certificate Image reporting: Appendicular Skeleton

PG Diploma Image Reporting: Axial Skeleton

Professional membership

Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) 

The Society and College of Radiographers (SCOR)

Teaching interests

Radiographic technique

Radiographic Image Interpretation (Plain Film Musculoskeletal reporting - Appendicular & Axial Skeleton)

Enquiry based Learning (EBL)