Items where SHU Author is "Probst, Heidi"
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PROBST, Heidi, BOYLAN, Mark, NELSON, Pete and MARTIN, Richard William (2014). Early career resilience: interdisciplinary insights to support professional education of Radiation Therapists. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences. (In Press)
PROBST, Heidi, BRAGG, Christopher, DODWELL, David, GREEN, David and HART, John (2014). A systematic review of methods to immobilise breast tissue during adjuvant breast irradiation. Radiography, 20 (1), 70-81.
HUTTON, D, BEARDMORE, C, PATEL, I, MASSEY, J, WONG, H and PROBST, Heidi (2014). Audit of the job satisfaction levels of the UK radiography and physics workforce in UK radiotherapy centres 2012. The British Journal of Radiology, 87 (1039), p. 20130742.
PROBST, Heidi (2012). Burnout in therapy radiographers in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Radiology, 85 (1017), e760-e765.
HARRIS, Rachel, PROBST, Heidi, BEARDMORE, Charlotte, JAMES, Sarah, DUMBLETON, Claire, BOLDERSTON, Amanda, FAITHFULL, Sara, WELLS, Mary and SOUTHGATE, Elizabeth (2012). Radiotherapy skin care: A survey of practice in the UK. Radiography, 18 (1), 21-27.
PROBST, Heidi, GALLAGHER, Helen L and HARRIS, Rachel (2011). Research and the radiography profession: A strategy for research 2010-2015. Radiography, 17 (4), 268-269.
PROBST, H., EDDY, D., DOUGHTY, J. and HODGSON, D. (2009). Integrating e-learning into postgraduate radiotherapy and oncology education: a case study. E-Learning and digital media, 6 (4), 363-371.
PROBST, Heidi and GRIFFITHS, Sue (2009). Job satisfaction of therapy radiographers in the UK : results of a phase I qualitative study. Radiography, 15 (2), 146-157.
PROBST, H. and BREALEY, S. (2010). Health technology assessment. In: RAMLAUL, A., (ed.) Medical imaging and radiotherapy research : skills and strategies. London, Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 123-156.
Conference or Workshop Item
PROBST, Heidi, WRIGHT, Chris, LINDLEY, Melanie, WALSH, Susan, HOLLAND, Tom and SIDWAY, Steve (2013). Using mobile technology to develop research skills in clinically based allied health professionals. In: UK Radiotherapy and Oncology (UKRO) Conference, East Midland Conference Centre, 21-23 October 2013.