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

Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
Program Director and Associate Professor

Radiography, CT, and CVIT
Department of Clinical, Diagnostic, & Therapeutic Sciences

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

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

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

Publications (last 5 years):

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