William Cox joined the Business School as the Faculty Senior Tutor in 2022. In this role he oversees the Pastoral Care of all Business School students as well as updating and training staff on relevant processes and developments.
WIlliam completed degrees with both the University of Durham and St. George’s, London before starting his career working in the NHS. While working in the NHS, he completed an MSc at the University of Hertfordshire and moved into academia as a Lecturer at the University of Suffolk. Immediately prior to joining the Business School, he was the Associate Head (Students) for the School of Health and Care Professions at the University of Portsmouth where he had a strong focus on UG and PG Pastoral Care and Student Experience.
William is an Imperial College alumnus and was awarded his PhD by the Department of Surgery and Cancer in the Faculty of Medicine. His research focusses on enabling patients to gain benefit from access to their own diagnostic radiological images.
Whitaker S, Cox WAS, 2020, An investigation to ascertain whether or not time pressure influences the accuracy of final year student radiographers in abnormality detection when interpreting conventional appendicular trauma radiographs: A pilot study, Radiography, Vol:26, ISSN:1078-8174, Pages:E140-E145
Cox W, Cavenagh P, Bello F, 2020, What are the benefits and risks of sharing patients’ diagnostic radiological images with them? A cross-sectional study of the perceptions of patients and clinicians in the UK, Bmj Open, Vol:10, ISSN:2044-6055
Cox W, Cavenagh P, Bello F, 2019, Is the diagnostic radiological image an underutilised resource? Exploring the literature, Insights Into Imaging, Vol:10, ISSN:1869-4101
Cox WAS, Price R, 2014, What general practitioners require of diagnostic imaging departments: A case study, Radiography, Vol:20, ISSN:1078-8174, Pages:131-136