Biography

Dr Andrew England is a Senior Lecturer in Radiography.

His current work focuses upon radiography education and research into the areas of dose optimisation, digital radiography, CT and mammography.  He has trained an increasing number of diagnostic radiography students over the years and lectures nationally and internationally on a broad spectrum of radiography related topics. He has served as an investigator on several research studies relating to the evaluation of medical devices using imaging, one recently was funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). He also sits as Chair of the European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS) Educational Wing Management Team.  Dr England continues to supervise a growing number of research students including undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research (PhD).

Dr England is Associate Editor for the peer reviewed journal Radiography and also acts as a reviewer for a growing number of radiology / radiography journals. 

Research and scholarship

Dr England has a research career which started in 2003 and involves both University and clinically based work.  He holds a PhD and has supervised an ever-growing number of national and international projects, many published in leading peer reviewed journals.  Dr England has expertise in radiographic dose optimization, CT imaging methods, mammography and interventional radiology, specifically medical device failure.  Dr England has held a number of external grants totaling more than £300,000. 

Teaching

As a lecturer at Keele, Dr England teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, primarily in the field of radiography and diagnostic imaging. Being relatively new to Keele University, Dr England has also worked at a number of other Higher Education Institutions in the UK.  From a teaching perspective, he is particularly interested in integrating research methods into teaching curricula.  Dr England is also an advocate for the use of simulation within healthcare education.  In previous roles, he has led the integration of high-fidelity simulation into radiography teaching and assessment.  

Selected Publications

  • Solbak MS, Henning MK, England A, Martinsen AC, Aaløkken TM, Johansen S. 2020. Impact of iodine concentration and scan parameters on image quality, contrast enhancement and radiation dose in thoracic CT. European Radiology Experimental, vol. 4(1), Article 57. doi> link> full text>
  • M Ali RMK, England A, Tootell AK, Hogg P. 2020. Radiation dose from digital breast tomosynthesis screening - A comparison with full field digital mammography. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Dastan K, Henning MK, England A, Aalokken TM, Johansen S. 2020. An investigation into the variability of radiographers assessing body composition prior to CT contrast media administration. Radiography (Lond). link> doi>
  • England A, Littler E, Romani S, Cosson P. 2020. Modifications to mobile chest radiography technique during the COVID-19 pandemic - implications of X-raying through side room windows. Radiography (Lond). link> doi> full text>
  • England A. 2020. Accessing Research Grants in a Pandemic Era. Online. full text>

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Journal Articles

  • Solbak MS, Henning MK, England A, Martinsen AC, Aaløkken TM, Johansen S. 2020. Impact of iodine concentration and scan parameters on image quality, contrast enhancement and radiation dose in thoracic CT. European Radiology Experimental, vol. 4(1), Article 57. doi> link> full text>
  • M Ali RMK, England A, Tootell AK, Hogg P. 2020. Radiation dose from digital breast tomosynthesis screening - A comparison with full field digital mammography. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Dastan K, Henning MK, England A, Aalokken TM, Johansen S. 2020. An investigation into the variability of radiographers assessing body composition prior to CT contrast media administration. Radiography (Lond). link> doi>
  • England A, Littler E, Romani S, Cosson P. 2020. Modifications to mobile chest radiography technique during the COVID-19 pandemic - implications of X-raying through side room windows. Radiography (Lond). link> doi> full text>
  • Tugwell-Allsup J, Kenworthy D, England A. 2020. Mobile chest imaging of neonates in incubators: Optimising DR and CR acquisitions. Radiography (Lond). link> doi> full text>
  • Angmorterh SK, England A, Anaman-Torgbor J, Korley Kortei N, Alidu H, Yarfi C, Webb J, Ofori EK, Hogg P. 2020. A narrative review on pressure ulcer (PU) studies relevant to medical imaging. Pan African Medical Journal, vol. 36. doi> link>
  • Tugwell-Allsup J, Owen BW, England A. 2020. Low-dose chest CT and the impact on nodule visibility. Radiography. doi> link>
  • England A and McNulty JP. 2020. Inclusion of evidence and research in European radiography curricula. Radiography. doi>
  • Erenstein HG, Browne D, Curtin S, Dwyer RS, Higgins RN, Hommel SF, Menzinga J, Pires Jorge JA, Sauty M, de Vries G, England A. 2020. The validity and reliability of the exposure index as a metric for estimating the radiation dose to the patient. Radiography. doi> full text>
  • Tugwell-Allsup J, Morris RW, Hibbs R, England A. 2020. Optimising image quality and radiation dose for neonatal incubator imaging. Radiography. doi>
  • Hoddes R and England A. 2020. A technique for determining pump injector settings for an on-table CT or 3D DSA in interventional radiology. Radiography. doi> link>
  • Al-Murshedi S, Peter Hogg, England A. 2020. Neonatal chest radiography: Influence of standard clinical protocols and radiographic equipment on pathology visibility and radiation dose using a neonatal chest phantom. Radiography. doi>
  • England A, Hallinan B, Lawler LP, Lucatelli P, Migliorini M, Ameli-Renani S. 2020. CIRSE-EFRS position statement. Radiography, vol. 26(1), 1-2. doi> link>
  • Alzyoud K, Hogg P, Snaith B, Preece S, England A. 2020. Video rasterstereography of the spine and pelvis in eight erect positions: A reliability study. Radiography (Lond), vol. 26(1), e7-e13. link> doi>
  • Mraity HAAB, Walton L, England A, Thompson J, Lanca L, Hogg P. 2019. Can the anode heel effect be used to optimise radiation dose and image quality for AP pelvis radiography?. Radiography (Lond), vol. 26(2), e103-e108. link> doi>
  • Hoddes R, Hattab A, England A. 2019. Initial single centre experiences of a radiographer advanced practitioner led nephrostomy exchange programme. Radiography (Lond), vol. 26(2), 163-166. link> doi> link>
  • Mohammed Ali A, Hogg P, England A. 2019. Dose optimisation in paediatric radiography – Using regression models to investigate the relative impact of acquisition factors on image quality and radiation dose. Physica Medica, vol. 68, 61-68. doi> link> full text>
  • Abrantes AFCL, Ribeiro LPV, da Silva CA, England A, Azevedo KB, Almeida RPP, Canha Reis MV. 2019. Evidence-based radiography: A new methodology or the systematisation of an old practice?. Radiography (Lond), vol. 26(2), 127-132. link> doi> link>
  • Tugwell-Allsup J and England A. 2019. A systematic review of incubator-based neonatal radiography – What does the evidence say?. Radiography, vol. 26(2), 167-173. doi>
  • Mohammed Ali A, Hogg P, Abuzaid M, England A. 2019. Impact of acquisition parameters on dose and image quality optimisation in paediatric pelvis radiography-A phantom study. Eur J Radiol, vol. 118, 130-137. link> doi>
  • England A and Thompson JD. 2019. Evolving the Landscape of Research. Radiography, vol. 25 Suppl 1, S1-S3. link> doi> link>
  • Angmorterh SK, England A, Webb J, Szczepura K, Stephens M, Anaman-Torgbor J, Ofori EK, Hogg P. 2019. An Investigation of Pressure Ulcer Risk, Comfort, and Pain in Medical Imaging. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, vol. 50(1), 43-52. link> doi> link>
  • Tugwell-Allsup J and England A. 2019. Imaging neonates within an incubator - A survey to determine existing working practice. Radiography (Lond), vol. 26(1), e18-e23. link> doi> link>
  • M Ali RMK, England A, Mercer CE, Tootell AK, Hogg P. 2019. Impact of Contralateral Breast Shielding on the Risk of Developing Radiation-induced Cancer from Full-field Digital Mammography Screening. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, vol. 50(2), 331-336. link> doi> link>
  • Al-Murshedi S, Hogg P, Meijer A, Erenstein H, England A. 2019. Comparative analysis of radiation dose and low contrast detail detectability using routine paediatric chest radiography protocols. European Journal of Radiology, vol. 113, 198-203. doi> link>
  • Deane L, Robinson L, England A. 2019. An investigation into the perceived value of the College of Radiographers voluntary accreditation scheme for advanced and consultant practitioners in breast imaging. Radiography, vol. 25(3), 207-213. link> doi> link>
  • Yafawi A, McWilliams RG, Fisher RK, England A, Karouki M, Torella F. 2019. Stent Frame Movement Following Endovascular Aneurysm Sealing in the Abdominal Aorta. Journal of Endovascular Therapy, vol. 26(1), 54-61. doi> link>
  • Al-Murshedi S, Hogg P, England A. 2018. Relationship between body habitus and image quality and radiation dose in chest X-ray examinations: A phantom study. Physica Medica, vol. 57, 65-71. doi> link>
  • Al-Murshedi S, Hogg P, Lanca L, England A. 2018. A novel method for comparing radiation dose and image quality, between and within different x-ray units in a series of hospitals. Journal of Radiological Protection, vol. 38(4), 1344-1358. doi> link>
  • Alzyoud K, Hogg P, Snaith B, Flintham K, England A. 2018. Impact of body part thickness on AP pelvis radiographic image quality and effective dose. Radiography, vol. 25(1), e11-e17. doi> link>
  • Mohammed Ali A, Hogg P, Johansen S, England A. 2018. Construction and validation of a low cost paediatric pelvis phantom. European Journal of Radiology, vol. 108, 84-91. link> doi> link>
  • Alzyoud K, Hogg P, Snaith B, Flintham K, England A. 2018. Optimum Positioning for Anteroposterior Pelvis Radiography: A Literature Review. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, vol. 49(3), 316-324.e3. doi> link>
  • M Ali R, England A, Mercer CE, Tootell A, Hogg P. 2018. Calculating Individual Lifetime Effective Risk from Initial Mean Glandular Dose Arising from the First Screening Mammogram. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, vol. 49(4), 406-413. link> doi> link>
  • Al-Murshedi S, Hogg P, England A. 2018. An investigation into the validity of utilising the CDRAD 2.0 phantom for optimisation studies in digital radiography. The British Journal of Radiology, vol. 91(1089), 20180317. doi> link>
  • M Ali RMK, England A, McEntee MF, Mercer CE, Tootell A, Hogg P. 2018. RE: Effective lifetime radiation risk for a number of national mammography screening programmes. Radiography, vol. 24(3), 273. link> doi> link>
  • M Ali RMK, England A, McEntee MF, Mercer CE, Tootell A, Hogg P. 2018. Effective lifetime radiation risk for a number of national mammography screening programmes. Radiography, vol. 24(3), 240-246. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Johansen S, Hauge IHR, Hogg P, England A, Lança L, Gunn C, Sanderud A. 2018. Are Antimony-Bismuth Aprons as Efficient as Lead Rubber Aprons in Providing Shielding against Scattered Radiation?. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, vol. 49(2), 201-206. link> doi> link>
  • Paraskevas KI, Torella F, Swaelens C, England A, Chan TY, Shaikh U, McWilliams RG, Fisher RK. 2018. Temporal Changes in Intraluminal Thrombus Volume Within Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms: Implications for Planning Endovascular Aneurysm Sealing. Journal of Endovascular Therapy, vol. 25(1), 47-51. doi> link>
  • Tugwell-Allsup J, England A, Hogg P, Legg J. 2017. Challenges Associated With X-ray Imaging of Stretcher-Bound Patients. Radiologic technology, vol. 89(2), 159-172. link>
  • M.Ali RMK, England A, Mercer C, Tootell A, Walton L, Schaake W, Hogg P. 2017. Mathematical modelling of radiation-induced cancer risk from breast screening by mammography. European Journal of Radiology, vol. 96, 98-103. doi> link>
  • England A, Fisher RK, McWilliams RG, Torella F. 2017. Estimating the error of CT-based measurements of aortic lumen volume used in endovascular planning. Radiography, vol. 23(4), 287-291. link> doi> link>
  • England A, Geers-van Gemeren S, Henner A, Kukkes T, Pronk-Larive D, Rainford L, McNulty JP. 2017. Clinical radiography education across Europe. Radiography, vol. 23 Suppl 1, S7-S15. link> doi> link>
  • Tugwell JR, England A, Hogg P. 2017. Antero-posterior (AP) pelvis x-ray imaging on a trolley: Impact of trolley design, mattress design and radiographer practice on image quality and radiation dose. Radiography, vol. 23(3), 242-248. doi> link>
  • Kulshrestha RK, Vinjamuri S, England A, Nightingale J, Hogg P. 2016. The Role of 18F-Sodium Fluoride PET/CT Bone Scans in the Diagnosis of Metastatic Bone Disease from Breast and Prostate Cancer. Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology, vol. 44(4), 217-222. doi> link>
  • Karouki M, Swaelens C, Iazzolino L, McWilliams RG, Fisher RK, England A, Torella F. 2016. Clinical Outcome after Endovascular Sealing of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms: A Retrospective Cohort Study. Annals of Vascular Surgery, vol. 40, 128-135. doi> link>
  • Fisher RK, Torella F, England A, McWilliams RG. 2016. Patient selection for endovascular sac sealing of abdominal aortic aneurysm. Seminars in Vascular Surgery, vol. 29(3), 93-101. doi> link>
  • England A, Azevedo KB, Bezzina P, Henner A, McNulty JP. 2016. Patient safety in undergraduate radiography curricula: A European perspective. Radiography, vol. 22(S1), S12-S19. doi> link>
  • Mraity HAAB, England A, Hogg P. 2016. Gonad dose in AP pelvis radiography: Impact of anode heel orientation. Radiography, vol. 23(1), 80-81. doi> link>
  • England A. 2016. Response to letter: ‘Re: Gonad dose in AP pelvis radiography: Impact of anode heel orientation’. Radiography, vol. 23(1), 81. doi> link>
  • Momoniat HT and England A. 2016. An investigation into the accuracy of orbital X-rays, when using CR, in detecting ferromagnetic intraocular foreign bodies. Radiography, vol. 23(1), 55-59. link> doi> link>
  • Chan TY, England A, Meredith SM, McWilliams RG. 2016. Radiologist variability in assessing the position of the cavoatrial junction on chest radiographs. The British Journal of Radiology, vol. 89(1065), 20150965. doi> link> full text>
  • Mraity HAAB, England A, Hogg P. 2016. Gonad dose in AP pelvis radiography: Impact of anode heel orientation. Radiography, vol. 23(1), 14-18. doi> link>
  • England A, Torella F, Fisher RK, McWilliams RG. 2016. Migration of the Nellix endoprosthesis. Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol. 64(2), 306-312. doi> link>
  • Antoniou GA, Senior Y, Iazzolino L, England A, McWilliams RG, Fisher RK, Torella F. 2016. Endovascular Aneurysm Sealing Is Associated With Reduced Radiation Exposure and Procedure Time Compared With Standard Endovascular Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Endovascular Therapy, vol. 23(2), 285-289. doi> link>
  • Swaelens C, Poole RJ, Torella F, McWilliams RG, England A, Fisher RK. 2016. Type IIIb Endoleak and Relining. Journal of Endovascular Therapy, vol. 23(2), 297-301. doi> link>
  • Charnley C, England A, Martin A, Taylor S, Benson N, Jones L. 2016. An option for optimising the radiographic technique for horizontal beam lateral (HBL) hip radiography when using digital X-ray equipment. Radiography, vol. 22(2), e137-e142. doi> link>
  • Davey E and England A. 2015. AP versus PA positioning in lumbar spine computed radiography: Image quality and individual organ doses. Radiography, vol. 21(2), 188-196. doi> link>
  • Shaikh U, Chan TY, Oshin O, McWilliams RG, Fisher RK, England A, Torella F. 2015. Changes in Aortic Volumes Following Endovascular Sealing of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms With the Nellix Endoprosthesis. Journal of Endovascular Therapy, vol. 22(6), 881-885. doi> link>
  • Sanderud A, England A, Hogg P, Fosså K, Svensson SF, Johansen S. 2015. Radiation dose differences between thoracic radiotherapy planning CT and thoracic diagnostic CT scans. Radiography, vol. 22(2), 107-111. doi> link>
  • M. Ali R, England A, McEntee MF, Hogg P. 2015. A method for calculating effective lifetime risk of radiation-induced cancer from screening mammography. Radiography, vol. 21(4), 298-303. doi> link>
  • England A, García-Fiñana M, McWilliams RG, Boyle JR, Jackson R, Rose JD, Bown MJ, Serracino-Inglott F, Platts A, Vallabhaneni SR, Morgan R, Hardman J, Butterfield JS. 2015. Multicenter retrospective investigation into migration of fenestrated aortic stent grafts. Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol. 62(4), 884-892. doi> link>
  • Torella F, Chan TY, Shaikh U, England A, Fisher RK, McWilliams RG. 2015. ChEVAS: Combining Suprarenal EVAS with Chimney Technique. CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology, vol. 38(5), 1294-1298. doi> link>
  • McWilliams RG, Fisher RK, England A, Torella F. 2015. Observations on Surveillance Imaging After Endovascular Sealing of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms With the Nellix System. Journal of Endovascular Therapy, vol. 22(3), 303-306. doi> link>
  • Brookfield H, Manning-Stanley A, England A. 2015. Light beam diaphragm collimation errors and their effects on radiation dose for pelvic radiography. Radiologic technology, vol. 86(4), 379-391. link> link> full text>
  • England A, Evans P, Harding L, Taylor EM, Charnock P, Williams G. 2015. Increasing Source-To-Image Distance to Reduce Radiation Dose From Digital Radiography Pelvic Examinations. Radiologic technology, vol. 86(3), 246-256. link> link>
  • England A and Harding L. 2014. Response to letter by Mr Gyimah with respect to our previous publication in radiography. Radiography, vol. 21(1), 104. doi> link>
  • Mraity H, England A, Hogg P. 2014. Developing and validating a psychometric scale for image quality assessment. Radiography, vol. 20(4), 306-311. doi> link>
  • Mraity H, England A, Akhtar I, Aslam A, De Lange R, Momoniat H, Nicoulaz S, Ribeiro A, Mazhir S, Hogg P. 2014. Development and validation of a psychometric scale for assessing PA chest image quality: A pilot study. Radiography, vol. 20(4), 312-317. doi> link>
  • Harding L, Manning-Stanley AS, Evans P, Taylor EM, Charnock P, England A. 2013. Optimum patient orientation for pelvic and hip radiography: A randomised trial. Radiography, vol. 20(1), 22-32. doi> link>
  • Manning-Stanley AS, Ward AJ, England A. 2013. Response to: ‘Considerations for AEC selection in radiography of the pelvis’. Radiography, vol. 19(2), 184. doi> link>
  • England A and McWilliams R. 2013. Endovascular aortic aneurysm repair (EVAR). Ulster Medical Journal.
  • Manning-Stanley AS, Ward AJ, England A. 2012. Options for radiation dose optimisation in pelvic digital radiography: A phantom study. Radiography, vol. 18(4), 256-263. doi>
  • England A and Mellor FE. 2012. Incidental findings detected during imaging for research purposes. Radiography, vol. 18(3), 150-152. doi>
  • Johnson SJ, Hunt CM, Woolnough HM, Crawshaw M, Kilkenny C, Gould DA, England A, Sinha A, Villard PF. 2012. Virtual reality, ultrasound-guided liver biopsy simulator: development and performance discrimination. The British Journal of Radiology, vol. 85(1013), 555-561. doi>
  • England A, García-Fiñana M, How TV, Vallabhaneni SR, McWilliams RG. 2012. The accuracy of computed tomography central luminal line measurements in quantifying stent graft migration. Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol. 55(4), 895-905. doi>
  • England A, Best A, Friend C. 2010. A comparison of radiographers and radiologists in CT based measurements of abdominal aortic aneurysms. Radiography, vol. 16(4), 321-326. doi>
  • England A, Niker A, Redmond C. 2010. Variability of vascular CT measurement techniques used in the assessment abdominal aortic aneurysms. Radiography, vol. 16(3), 173-181. doi>
  • Oshin OA, England A, McWilliams RG, Brennan JA, Fisher RK, Vallabhaneni SR. 2010. Intra- and Interobserver Variability of Target Vessel Measurement for Fenestrated Endovascular Aneurysm Repair. Journal of Endovascular Therapy, vol. 17(3), 402-407. doi>
  • Wyss TR, Dick F, England A, Brown LC, Rodway AD, Greenhalgh RM. 2009. Three-Dimensional Imaging Core Laboratory of the Endovascular Aneurysm Repair Trials: Validation of Methodology. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, vol. 38(6), 724-731. doi>
  • England A, Butterfield JS, Ashleigh RJ. 2008. Observer variation in vascular CT measurements of the abdominal aorta. Radiography, vol. 14(4), 282-287. doi>
  • England A, Butterfield JS, McCollum CN, Ashleigh RJ. 2008. Endovascular Aortic Aneurysm Repair with the Talent Stent-Graft: Outcomes in Patients with Large Iliac Arteries. CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology, vol. 31(4), 723-727. doi>
  • England A, Butterfield JS, Sukumar S, Thompson D, Roulson J-A, Pritchard S, Ashleigh RJ. 2007. Intestinal infarction: A complication of endovascular therapy. Radiography, vol. 13(3), 248-250. doi>
  • England A, Butterfield JS, Nasim A, Welch M, McCollum CN, Ashleigh RJ. 2007. Emergency endovascular treatment of emergent or ruptured aortic aneurysms: A single centre experience. Radiography, vol. 13(2), 103-108. doi>
  • England A, Butterfield JS, Ashleigh RJ. 2006. Incidence and Effect of Bare Suprarenal Stent Struts Crossing Renal Ostia Following EVAR. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, vol. 32(5), 523-528. doi>
  • Martin D, Laasch H-U, Kelly A-M, Hammonds R, Wilbraham L, Sastry S, England A. 2006. Troponin T after endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: no evidence of harm. Endoscopy, vol. 38(8), 793-796. doi>
  • Seriki DM, Ashleigh RJ, Butterfield JS, England A, McCollum CN, Akhtar N, Welch C. 2006. Midterm Follow-up of a Single-center Experience of Endovascular Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms with Use of the Talent Stent-Graft. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, vol. 17(6), 973-977. doi>
  • England A, Tam CL, Thacker DE, Walker AL, Parkinson AS, DeMello W, Bradley AJ, Tuck JS, Laasch H-U, Butterfield JS, Ashleigh RJ, England RE, Martin DF. 2005. Patterns, incidence and predictive factors for pain after interventional radiology. Clinical Radiology, vol. 60(11), 1188-1194. doi>
  • England A, Butterfield JS, Jones N, McCollum CN, Nasim A, Welch M, Ashleigh RJ. 2004. Device Migration after Endovascular Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair: Experience with a Talent Stent-Graft. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, vol. 15(12), 1399-1405. doi>
  • Nelson DJ, England A, Cheptoo M, Mercer CE. 2020. A comparative study of pain experienced during successive mammography examinations in patients with a family history of breast cancer and those who have had breast cancer surgery. Radiography (Lond), vol. 26(1), 76-81. link> doi>

Other

  • England A. 2020. Accessing Research Grants in a Pandemic Era. Online. full text>
  • England A. 2020. Research Communication and Tips for Publishing in High Impact and Indexed Journals. Online. full text>
  • England A. Patient centred care in Europe, an integrated approach. City University. City University. full text>

Postgraduate Student Supervision

Dr England has previously supervised a growing number of Postgraduate Research students to completion.  Supervision has included both UK and international students across a range of radiography, medical imaging and imaging science based subject areas.  Dr England’s primary research foci are in radiation dose optimization, digital imaging, CT and interventional radiology.  Dr England is well recognized national and internationally and works with the UK College of Radiographers, European Federation of Radiographer Societies and the European School of Radiology. 

Completed Supervisions

  • Alzyoud, K.  Establishing an evidence-base for erect pelvis radiography: positioning, radiation dose and image quality.  2019.  PhD, University of SalfordPrimary Supervisor.
  • Al-Murshedi, SHM.  A comparative study evaluating the performance of diagnostic radiography units and protocols for paediatric and adult chest radiography examinations.  2019, PhD, University of Salford.  Primary Supervisor.
  • Mohammed Ali, AH.  An investigation into methods for dose optimization for paediatric AP pelvis projections when considering size variations.  2019, PhD, University of Salford.  Primary Supervisor.
  • Tootell, AK.  Radiation dose assessment:  measurement, estimation and interpretation.  2018.  PhD, University of Salford.  Co-supervisor
  • Benhalim, MR.  Impact of acquisition protocol variations on effective dose and risk for CT head examinations.  2018.  PhD, University of Salford.  Primary Supervisor.
  • Alrowily, M.  A comparison of fixed tube current (FTC) and automatic tube current modulate (ATCM) CT methods for abdominal scanning: implications on radiation and image quality.  2018, PhD, University of Salford.  Co-supervisor
  • Angmorterh, SK.  An investigation into interface pressure (IP) risk of healthy volunteers on modern medical imaging and radiotherapy tables.  2016, PhD, University of Salford.  Co-supervisor
  • M Ali, RMK.  Risk of radiation-induced cancer from screening mammography.  2016, PhD, University of Salford.  Co-supervisor
  • Mraity, HAA.  Optimisation of radiation dose and image quality for AP pelvis radiographic examination.  2015.  PhD, University of Salford.  Co-supervisor
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