School of Health and Society
Lecturer in Radiography
Beverley Scragg qualified as a Radiographer in 1995 from what was S. Martin’s College within Lancaster University having trained at the Royal Preston Hospital; and then worked within a number of NHS & private hospitals within the North West.
In 2003, she undertook postgraduate studies at the University of Salford and qualified as a Mammographer in 2004. Returning to academia in 2013, she completed her PgDip in Advanced Medical Imaging and has undertaken Advanced Practice in clinical interventional work since then.
Alongside her professional work, she collaborated with other practitioners and academics from the University of Salford in research that centred on Breast Imaging, resulting in nine publications affiliated to the University, covering the subjects of breast compression and practitioner variability, and the use of social media as a means of professional communication.
Beverley joined the team as a Lecturer in Radiography in 2018, and is continuing to work on collaborative research projects with the aim of achieving her PhD by published works in the near future. However, she still undertakes clinical Radiography duties within the NHS at one of the University’s industry partner hospital sites within Greater Manchester.
Beverley supports level 5 students as a personal tutor; and level 6 & 7 students in various module delivery.
- Level 6: Compassion, Professionalism & Employment, Applied Research Methods and Into Employment
- Level 7: Fundamentals of Mammography Practice, Advanced Techniques in Mammography Practice
The use of social media in professional healthcare communication & breast image evaluation.
- BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography
- PgDip Advanced Medical Imaging
- Society of Radiographers (member)