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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. I also co-lead and support inter-professional modules within the undergraduate programme.

My post graduate teaching centres on MSK reporting


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 2116 Enhanced Radiographic Practice

2. HC 3107 - Complex care in radiography

3. HC 2130 Co-lead Interprofessional Education

4. HC 3117 Diagnostic link Interprofessional Education

Post Graduate:

MSK Reporting

HCT 110 Co-lead Study Skills

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

My long term interest centres on the return to work after a diagnosis of cancer