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Joanna Thorogood

Academic Programme Manager
School of Healthcare and Social Practice
Location: Building 510, Room 4023

Publications

Wu, L., Thorogood, J., & Vyas, M. (2019). The Implication of Quantitative CT and Artificial Intelligence in COPD of Maori Population. 4th Asian Congress of Thoracic Imaging Conference, Shanghai, China.

Uche, C., Vyas, M., Thorogood, J., Round, W., & Cree, M. (2019). Monte Carlo Simulation of the Compton Camera for Nuclear Medicine Imaging. EPSM 2018, Engineering and Physical Sciences in Medicine, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia.

Sheehan, D., Thorogood, J., Sitters, S., O'Callahan, K., & Stott, C. (2018). Crossing the road at night. Running a multi station scenario between the hospital and a skills unit. Australian & New Zealand Association for Health Professional Educators (ANZAHPE), Hobart.

Thorogood, J. (2018). Pressing the Button or Flipping the Switch? Developing "Soft Skills" in Medical Imaging Students. NZIMRT Annual Conference 2018: Beyond the Button, Dunedin.

Sheehan, D., de Bueger, T., Thorogood, J., Sitters, S., & Deo, A. (2018). Beyond competencies - describing work ready plus graduates for the New Zealand medical imaging workforce. Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences (Vol. xxxx).

Thorogood, J. (2017). "Integrating Quality and Patient Safety across the Continuum of Education". NZIMRT Educators forum, Nelson.

Thorogood, J., Sitters, S., & Sheehan, D. (2017). "Applying Scott's Professional and Graduate Capability Framework to an MIT degree in New Zealand". ANZAHPE, Adelaide.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/4173

Hammond, K., Thorogood, J., Jenkins, A., and Faaiuaso, D. (2015). A friendly destination: Normalising first-year science student help-seeking through an academic literacy Targeted Learning Session. A Practice Report. The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, doi:10.5204/intjfyhe.v6i1.276 (Vol. 6(1)).
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3210

Thorogood, J., Haven, J., Farrry, M., and Rhodes, D. (2014). A Case Study : Evaluating the Effectiveness of Interprofessional Collaboration In A "Flipped Classroom". New Zealand Interprofessional Health Conference 2014, Auckland.

Hammond, K., Thorogood, J., Jenkins, A., and Faaiuaso, D. (2014). Many birds with one stone: A targeted learning session for first year medical imaging students. 28 November, 2014. Association Of Tertiary Learning Advisors of Aotearoa New Zealand (ATLAANZ) Conference, AUT University, Auckland.
https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3092