I am a qualified Diagnostic Radiographer and still regularly practice in the NHS. My current position at Canterbury Christ Church University is Programme Director for the MSc Medical Imaging pathway. I am also a Senior Lecturer in the Image Interpretation modules for the BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography programme, MSc Clinical Reporting programme, MSc Physcian Associate studies and the Surgical/Emergency Medicine Internship Programme.
I am also the lead for the Clinical and Medical Sciences Research Hub at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Research and knowledge exchange
I am currently the project lead for study design, participant recruitment, data collection and analysis for multiple observer performance studies in clinical reporting and advanced clinical practice in diagnostic radiography.
Teaching and subject expertise
My specialist expertise is image interpretation education, anatomy, physiology and pathology. I use my past and current clinical experience and skills, along with current peer review research evidence to deliver high quality teaching in a wide range of formats including campus based lectures, e-learning and blended learning provision, problem based learning, distance learning initiatives, image viewing workshops and formal examinations.
As a radiographer and researcher I actively use and encourage research in my teaching practice to support the evolving future of the profession in role extension and advanced practice.
Society and College of Radiographers South East Regional Committee Universities Officer
Member of the CT Head Reporting Special Interest Group
Health and Care Professions Council Registered
Publications and research outputs
Computed tomography head and facial bones review of a 2,700 year old egyptian mummy. BJR| case reports, 2019 Dec.
Visual function assessment of diagnostic radiography students. Radiography, 2019 In-Press, 2019 Nov.
An evaluation of CT head reporting radiographers' scope of practice within the United Kingdom. Radiography, 2019 In-Press, 2019 Sept.
Multi-professional image interpretation: Performance in preliminary clinical evaluation of appendicular radiographs. Radiography, 2019 Nov 25(4)
Nuclear medicine Image interpretation by radiographers: Findings from an accredited postgraduate module. Radiography, 2019; 25(2)
Image interpretation by radiographers in brain, spine and knee MRI examinations: Findings from an accredited postgraduate module. Radiography, 2018; 24 (4)
Evaluation of an equilibrium phase free-breathing dynamic contrast enhanced MRI prototype sequence compared to traditional breath-held MRI acquistion in liver onocology patients. Radiography; 2018.
Lockwood P. CT Sinus and facial bones reporting by radiographers: Findings of an accredited postgraduate programme. Dentomaxillofacial Radiology; 46(4) 2017.
Lockwood P. Exploring variation and trends in adherence to national occupational standards for reporting radiographers. Journal of Social Science & Allied Health Professions. 2017
Observer Performance in Computed Tomography Head Reporting. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Science;2016.
Exploring the Benefits of MRI Reporting by Radiographers: A UK Perspective. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Science. 2016 47(2)
An economic evaluation of introducing a skills mix approach to CT head reporting in clinical practice. Radiography. 2016; 22(2)
Intraorbital foreign body detection and localisation by radiographers: A preliminary JAFROC observer performance study. Radiography. 2016;22(1)
AFROC analysis of reporting radiographer's performance in CT head interpretation. Radiography. 2015;31;21(3)
CT head reporting by radiographers: Results of an accredited postgraduate programme. Radiography. 2015; 31;21(3)