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Gill Harrison

Professor Gill Harrison

SCoR Professional Officer (Ultrasound)


Professor Gill Harrison is a radiographer and sonographer with almost 35 years’ experience in clinical practice and education. She was Associate Professor, Ultrasound Programme Director and Lead for Teaching Excellence at City, University of London, before becoming Professional Officer for Ultrasound at the Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR) in 2020. She continues to teach on a number of UK and international ultrasound programmes, particularly professional issues, medico-legal issues, ergonomics and safe practice. Gill has also been involved with RAD-AID teaching ultrasound to learners in Ethiopia and previously taught ultrasound in Uganda.


Gill has undertaken work as an independent expert witness and was involved in writing guidance for the Society and College of Radiographers on the role of the expert witness.


Gill has had involvement with ultrasound in many capacities, including committee member, lead accreditor and training lead for CASE (Consortium for the Accreditation of Sonographic Education), chair of the Health Education England’s Sonographer Training Group, external examiner for ultrasound programmes, deputy editor for the journal Ultrasound and reviewer for a number of international journals.


She was involved in writing national consensus guidelines for the delivery of unexpected news in obstetric ultrasound, co-led on the development of CASE standards for sonographic practice and has recently published an ultrasound textbook. Gill led the ultrasound survey group for the European Federation of Radiographer Societies (EFRS), has written guidance and e-learning materials for the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists (ISRRT) and is editor for the College of Radiographers and NHSE elearning for healthcare clinical imaging modules (obstetrics).


Gill presents at conferences around the world and has a keen interest in coaching, currently coaching on the Council of Deans #150 Leaders programme for healthcare students and organising student leadership placements with the SCoR.