Staff directory

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  • James Graveson

    Programme Leader for the BSc (Hons) Paramedic Science

    After gaining his initial foundation degree (distinction) in Paramedic Studies at Liverpool John Moore’s University in 2011, James began practicing as a registered Paramedic with the North West Ambulance. Since then he has practiced extensively in both rural and urban environments in one of the busiest trusts in the UK. In...

  • David Gray

    Professor of Wound Study

    David Gray graduated as Registered Nurse in 1989 from Foresterhill College, Aberdeen (now Robert Gordon University) and with a Postgraduate Diploma in Wound Healing and Tissue Repair from Cardiff University, in 2010. His interest in tissue viability began in 1986 when, as a first ward student nurse, he developed blisters on...

  • Joy Hall

    Head of Department

    Since gaining my RN at Addenbrookes Hospital in 1982 I have worked in adult and sexual health nursing. In 1986 I moved into nurse education, initially as a clinical teacher at The Whittington Hospital & The Nightingale College of Nursing in London. Since that time I have worked in various roles within health care...

  • Julie Hall

    Senior lecturer in Radiotherapy

    Julie Hall is passionate about raising the profile of radiotherapy both as a cutting edge treatment for cancer and as a profession. To do this she helps to arrange open evenings at clinical radiotherapy departments in the West Midlands, she liaises with cancer networks and patient groups and writes a regular blog for NHS local,...

  • Katharine Hardware

    Programme Director, Non-Medical Prescribing.

  • Catrina Hartle

    Senior Lecturer / Practitioner

    Catrina is the Senior Lecturer-Practitioner in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing - Health Visiting. Catrina presently teaches on the specialist community public health programme and lead on the consolidation module on this programme.

  • Claire Hartley

    Senior Lecturer

    Claire Hartley is a Speech and Language Therapist (SLT) and Senior Lecturer (in acquired communication difficulties) at Birmingham City University. She is also the Programme Director for the Return to Practice in SLT Programme. Her interests include aphasia, motor speech disorders, simulated practice in SLT, and working with...

  • Helen Hopkins

    Senior lecturer in Diagnostic Radiography

    Having qualified from University of Central England (now BCU) in 2000, I worked for City Hospital, Birmingham for 13 years. I became an Advanced Practitioner in 2004 as a reporting radiographer. I maintained my clinical expertise by working evening shifts alongside my university work up until October 2013. Having worked...

  • Dr Thomas Hopkins

    Lecturer

    Having completed a BSc in Psychology at Nottingham Trent University in 2006, Tom moved to Sheffield to study a part-time MSc in Psychological Research Methods at Sheffield Hallam University. After gaining a distinction he was accepted onto a PhD scholarship at the University of Sheffield in the department of Human...

  • Rachael Hosznyak

    Paramedic Science Programme Lead

    Rachael is a paramedic with over fifteen years’ experience of pre-hospital practice. She joined the NHS in 2003, after a career in the private sector, and spent her early career working as an emergency medical technician in South Devon. She remained in South Devon upon completing paramedic training, and later undertook...

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