Consultant therapeutic radiographer,
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Emma is a Macmillan Consultant Therapeutic Radiographer in 2013 she developed and now leads the award winning Macmillan Nottingham Radiotherapy Late Effects Clinic. This bespoke service, the first if its kind within the UK helps patients with any physical or psychological late effects that patients may have as a consequence from their treatment.
In 2019 she developed the service further to include the follow up of head and neck radiotherapy patients using patient reported outcome measures and digital technology and it is here where Emma helps to provide rehabilitation, identify early lymphoedema and other late effects with the intention of providing help and support before these consequences have a negative impact on the patient’s quality of life.
Offering a holistic approach, helping patients live well with and beyond cancer and education on late effects to both patients and health professionals is Emma’s key focus and area if interest.