The UK Branch of IAFR covers the United Kingdom
The IAFR has its roots in United Kingdom, but the UK branch of the IAFR wasn’t formed until 2021.
During its first year the UK branch aims to provide some training and update national forensic radiography guidance with support of the Society and College of Radiographers, the UK national body.
UK Branch Events
There is no Event
UK Branch Committee
The branch has a committee, elected from the membership, that works within its constitution.
Claire is an Advanced Practitioner in forensic imaging in Leicester, UK where she runs the forensic imaging services. She has been involved in forensic imaging and research for over 20 years during which she has helped develop coronary PMCT angiography and the use of PMCT in DVI.
I am the Associate Professor for Radiography at the University of Plymouth. I have extensive forensic experience, both of the living and dead, and attended the first forensic seminar at Cirencester Agricultural College many years ago. I have been on the SOR Council, a member of the College Board of Trustees and chaired various advisory groups for the SOR.
FHEA, MSc, PgC, PgC Cl Ed, DCR(R)
BSc (Hons), PgC, PgC
Charlotte currently works as a lecturer at Cardiff University and is the CPD Lead for Radiography as well as the Deputy Programme Manager. She previously worked as a general and CT radiographer in England. She undertook her Pg(Cert) in Forensic Radiography in 2016 and a further MEd in Leadership in 2020.
BSc, PgC, MEd
Laura is a Teaching Fellow in Diagnostic Radiography & Medical Imaging at the University of Portsmouth. She graduated from the University of Suffolk in 2012 and became a Specialist Paediatric Radiographer at Southampton General Hospital. As part of this role, she has substantial experience with Suspected Physical Abuse and Post-Mortem imaging in paediatrics. Having achieved her PgCert in Forensic Radiography from Teesside University, she is currently undertaking an MSc.
BSc (Hons), PgC
For any specific queries relating to the UK Branch, please e-mail us. You can also join our Facebook group for further information and discussion on forensic imaging.