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Mr Jamie Beck

PositionLecturer and PhD student
DepartmentSchool of Allied Health Professions and Midwifery
Feedback Hours9:30am - 17:30pm
Telephone01274 236445

Research Interests (key words only)

Education, trauma, forensic science and sports medicine

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

  • All levels of undergraduate radiography education
  • Interprofessional education across the Faculty of Health Studies
  • Cert (HE) Support worker

Administrative Responsibilities

  • MSc supervision
  • Assistant admissions tutor


I qualified as a radiographer in 2000, and worked in clinical practice for five years before moving into education.

Professional Activities

  • International Asssociation of Forensic Radiographers (member)
  • SCoR Admissions Tutor’s Forum (member)
  • Higher Education Academy (Fellow)

Current Projects

PhD - 'A retrospective analysis of the contribution of the radiological skeletal survey to the establishment of suspicious injuries in case of suspected non-accidental injury in children' (commenced January 2015)

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Beck JJW and Culpan DG (2006) On-table Lateral Knee Projections. Exploding the Myths. Synergy, London

Beck JJW (2008) Those Who Can, Teach! Synergy, London

Beck JJW (2008) Forensic Radiography in Identification of Disaster Victims: The past, present and future. Synergy, London

Beck JJW (2011) What is the Future for Imaging in Forensic Practice? Radiography, Elsevier, Oxford

Beck JJW (2012) Trauma Imaging In and Out of Conflict: A Review of the Evidence. Radiography, Elsevier, Oxford

Beck JJW (2014) Should sports consider neuroimaging in the assessment of concussion? Sportex-medicine, Wimbledon

Beck JJW (2014) Can cross sectional imaging contribute to the investigation of unexplained child deaths? A literature review. Radiography Elsevier, Oxford

Beck JJW (2015) Imaging of the cervical spine in rugby related injuries. Radiography, Elsevier, Oxford (in press)

Beck JJW (2015) Reducing Spinal Injuries in Rugby: Is Rugby League the Solution. Journal of Spine and Neurosurgery Jefferson City, USA

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