Magazine Draft - Issue 9 - Page 7



Regional Radiographer of the Year
Jenny Little
UHNM radiographer Jenny Little has won the Midlands ‘Radiographer of the Year’ award. Jenny has been recognised for her
work supporting radiography students, developing the professional skills of colleagues and providing outreach work in the local
community.
The Society of Radiographers (SoR) awards give radiographers the opportunity to recognise colleagues who go the extra mile.
Radiographers make up an essential element of patient care, specialising in imaging for diagnosis and treatment. Jenny was
nominated by Sue Morgan, Senior Lecturer and Deputy Clinical Placement Co-ordinator at Birmingham City University.
Sue said: “The aim of Jenny’s work is to improve student experience and encourage them to apply for employment. Jenny
has more than fulfilled this remit and the impact of her work is being felt across the whole trust and the wider radiography
community.
“In addition to her exemplary work with the students and universities, Jenny has spent considerable time developing the
teaching, mentoring and assessing skills of other radiographers at UHNM. She works hard to ensure standards are high and
has given all radiographers training in giving constructive feedback. Her professionalism and caring attitude are infectious and
she just has enormous passion.”
Jenny said: “It was quite a surprise to hear that I had won the award and I am really touched to know that my colleagues and
peers think my work is deserving of such an honour. I feel so lucky to have such a rewarding role and to be able to work with
such wonderful teams at UHNM and in the universities.
“I consider myself very fortunate and privileged to have such a
rewarding career working alongside colleagues that do amazing,
caring work every day. They have supported me throughout and I
would not be where I am today without them.”

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