Tammy L. Webster, PhD, MPA, RT(R)(M), FAEIRS

Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs

Department of Clinical, Diagnostic, & Therapeutic Sciences
Radiography Program

University of Nebraska Medical Center
984545 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-4545

Academic Appointments:
Professor, UNMC, CAHP, 2022
Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, CAHP, 2020-present
Associate Professor, UNMC, 2016-2022
Program Director, Radiography, CVIT, and CT Programs, UNMC, 2013-2021
Clinical Education Coordinator, Radiography, UNMC, 2001-2013
Assistant Professor, Division of Radiation Science Technology Education, UNMC, 2006-2016

PhD, UNMC MSIA, 2018
MPA, Masters of Public Administration, UNO, 2002
BS, Radiography, UNMC, 2000
ARRT certified Radiographer & Mammographer

Publications (last 5 years):

Sackett M, Clark KR, Webster TL. Shift Work and Mental Health Among Radiologic Technologists. Radiologic Technology 94(3):168-179 January/February 2023

Dutt M, Mehrer G, Webster TL. Evolution of computed tomography in radiography curricula. Radiologic Science & Education. March 2021; 26(1): 3-12.

Webster TL, Honeycutt K, Becker BJ, et al. Fix Your Leaky Pipeline: Support Women in Pursuit of Advanced Degrees. Med.Sci.Educ. (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40670-020-01184-9

Clark KR, Spence B, Webster TL. Reflections among undergraduate radiologic science students: Using a postexam review activity. Radiologic Science & Education. November 2020; 25(3): 25-32.

Clark KR, Webster, TL. Scholarly Productivity Among Educators in Radiologic Sciences and Other Health Care Professions: A Comparative Approach. Radiologic Technology 92(2):113-125 Nov/Dec 2020

Webster TL, Clark KR. COVID-19 Planning Among Radiologic Science Programs: Response Mitigation Activities. Radiologic Technology 92(2):100-112 Nov/Dec 2020

Webster TL, McBrien S, Mehrer G, Sayles H. Feasibility of a Readiness Exam for Predicting Radiography Program Success: A Pilot Study. Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice. March 2020; 18(2), Article 10.

Webster T
(2019). Addressing the Critical Thinking Teaching Gap. In L. Love & M. Blusys (Eds.), THRIVE: Success strategies for the modern-day faculty member (p 10-11). Omaha, NE: Office of Faculty Development, University of Nebraska Medical Center. Available from https://www.unmc.edu/facdev/about/reports.html

Clark KR, Webster TL. Educators’ Perceptions of Student Incivility in the Clinical Environment. Radiologic Science & Education. November 2019; 24(2) 11-19.

Webster TL, Willett GM. Educational Intervention Aimed at Teaching Critical Thinking: A Mixed Methods Investigation. Radiologic Science & Education. March 2019; 24(1) 17-27.

Davies DH, Love LM, Becker B, Fial AV, Jones TL, Moore PA, Magee ML, Liu HY, Gold J. Creating Interactive, Engaged Interprofessional Health Science Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age Through the Use of E-Modules and Flipped Classrooms. Academic Health Center Best Practices Case Study. June 2018. http://www.aahcdc.org/Member-Center/Case-Study/Training-Healthcare-Providers-of-the-Future/Creating-Interactive-Engaged-Interprofessional-Health-Science-Teaching

Webster TL. Promotion of Critical Thinking in Students: An Examination of Current Educational Practices. Radiologic Science & Education. June 2018; 23(2): 23-31.

Michael K, Coffin C, Sudbeck R, Sayles H, Webster T. Current Employment Practices and Future Preferences for Multicredentialed Technologists in Nebraska. Radiology Management. Sept/Oct 2016;31-37.

Jones, TL. Creating an Effective Student Learning Environment in the Imaging Sciences: A Theoretical Perspective. Radiologic Science & Education. June 2015; 20(1):21-29.

Jones TL, Laughlin J. A generational assessment of volunteerism among radiation science professionals, Journal of Radiologic Technology. March/April 2015;86(4), 452-454.

Primary Teaching Responsibilities:
MITS 312R Radiographic Technology I
MITS 313R Radiographic Technology II
MITS 305R Special Projects I - Radiography
MITS 306R Special Projects II - Radiography
MITS 468/668R Special Projects II - CVIT
CAHP 420 Foundations of Information Technology in Healthcare
HPTT 622/822 Cognitive Psychology - Master of Health Professions Teaching and Technology