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Martin Floyd

Lecturer: Radiography

School of Healthcare Sciences

+44 (0)29 206 87718
4.1, Ty Dewi Sant, University Hospital of Wales, Heath Park, Cardiff, CF14 4XN


I joined the University in 2015 after a significant time as a Clinical radiographer working in South Wales. I have a particular interest in the extended role of the Radiographer and Radiographer led Reporting (Musculo-skeletal) as well as the role of radiology in non-accidental injury.

I currently lead Diagnostic Radiography specific modules which reflect Radiographer Reporting, the role of the radiographer in complex radiological investigations and the management of patients with complex needs. 

My post graduate teaching centres on MSK reporting

I am currently the Programme Manager for the Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging programme


1993 Diploma of College of Radiographers

1993: Radiographer Cardiff Royal Infirmary

1994 - Radiographer / Senior Radiographer Princess of Wales Hospital Bridgend / Clinical Tutor Certificate (Shrivenham Royal Military College)

2000: MSc Diagnostic Radiography

2000 - 2005: Lecturer University of Wales College of Medicine  / PgCE Post Compulsory Education

2005 - 2015 - Senior radiographer Princess of Wales Hopsital / Reporting Radiographer (PgCert 2013)

2015: Superintendent Radiographer


Undergraduate: lead

1. HC 2226 Enhanced Radiographic Practice

2. HC 2227  - Radioloical Ananatomy and Pathology 

3. HC 303 - Research

Post Graduate:

MSK Reporting

I have an interest in Qualitative Research and have recently published in the journal Radiography:

A qualitative study to determine Kuwaiti women’s knowledge of breast cancer and barriers deterring attendance at mammography screening

The care of transgender patienst in the imaging department 

My long term interest centres on the return to work for healthcare  professionals after a diagnosis of and treatment for cancer