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 Sue McAnulla

Sue McAnulla

Senior Lecturer (Education and Scholarship)


 +44 (0) 1392 725360


 Office hours:

08.30 - 17.00 Tue - Fri


I am Director of Education for Medical Imaging in the College of Medicine and Health.  I have overall operational responsibilty for BSc (Hons) Medical Imaging (Diagnostic Radiography) and Diagnostic Radiography and Imaging Degree Apprenticeship.

I am a 2019 Education Incubator Fellow.


Masters by Research, Medical Imaging

PGCert, Academic Practice

BSc (Hons) Radiography (R)


I qualified as a Diagnostic Radiographer from University of Southampton in 1994 and enjoyed a varied career focusing on MRI and clincal education before joining University of Exeter in 2009.  I have gained experience working within the NHS as both a general and cross-sectional radiographer and have also worked in the private sector and industry through specialisation in MRI.  


Research interests

My main research interest is student success which encompasses both attainment and programme completion.

Research projects

I am currently involved in an Education Incubator project exploring the scope of flexible blended learning as a tool to support students undertaking full-time study whilst balancing external responsibilities.


Journal articles

Knapp KM, Wright C, Clarke H, McAnulla SJ, Nightingale J (In Press). The academic radiography workforce: Age profile, succession planning and academic development. Radiography
McAnulla SJ, Ball SE, Knapp KM (2020). Understanding student radiographer attrition: Risk factors and strategies. Radiography, 26(3), 198-204.


McAnulla S, Knapp K, Ball S (2019). Understanding diagnostic student radiographer attrition in UK. European Congress of Radiology. 27th Feb - 3rd Mar 2019. Abstract.
McAnulla S, Knapp K, Ball S (2018). Achieving Excellence in Radiography Education and Research. Achieving Excellence in Radiography Education and Research. 29th Nov - 1st Dec 2018. Abstract.
Ashton L, Fulford J, McAnulla S, Knapp KM, Heales C, Silver D, Williams CA (2017). The incidence of bone marrow oedema in asymptomatic adolescent footballers - an observational study.  Abstract.

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