Staff profiles

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  • Jake Sallaway-Costello

    Assistant Lecturer in Public Health

    Jake is a public health ethnographer and undertakes research on health cultures in relation to dietary behavior, specifically meat consumption. His wider research interests lie in the new field of planetary health, particularly concerning dietary health in the Anthropocene. He teaches on the BSc and MSc Public Health...

  • Dr Phil Shelton

    Senior Lecturer/Placement Co-ordinator, Public Health and Health and Well-Being

    Phil teaches health sociology and research methods. He is Placement Co-ordinator for BSc (Hons) Health and Wellbeing (Nutrition Science) and BSc (Hons) Public Health. he has trained as an Assessor for the Public Health Practitioner Scheme (UKPHR). Phil's interest in student placements is extended into his current research...

  • Sue Shortland

    Associate Professor

    Sue teaches on the following courses and subject areas: MSc Advanced Practice, Primary Care Pathway and Non Medical Prescribing course. Advanced Practice; Primary Care; Advanced Health Assessment; Nurse Prescribing; Chronic Disease Management. Sue is also the module leader for: Differential Diagnosis and Management of Care;...

  • Alison Simons

    Senior Lecturer; Pathway award leader, Haematology and Cancer

    Cancer Nurse

  • Ms Paula Smith

    Senior Lecturer (Subject Lead) Public Health and Wellbeing Programme Leader BSc (Hons) Public Health/BSc (Hons) Health Studies (Public Health)

    Paula Smith brings a wide range of experience, knowledge and skills to her post including: Practitioner roles - Public Health/Health Promotion practice leading on the implementation of the Dudley Health Inequalities Strategy (for Dudley Community Partnership – job-share); Senior Health Promotion Officer (Community...

  • Lynda Stobert

    Senior Lecturer MSc Public Health

    Lynda Stobert is the Programme Director to the MSc Public Health Programme and is also the module lead for the Social Science and Public Health module delivered on the course. She has extensive experience in teaching healthcare and public health students across a range of modules related to the sociology of health and illness,...

  • Dr Kate Thomson

    Associate Professor

    Dr Kate Thomson is Director of Postgraduate Research Degrees for Health and leads on all aspects of recruitment, oversight and student experience for PhD (Health) . She is also a member of the Public Health & Therapies department.  Kate completed her postgraduate study at the University of Birmingham with a PhD on learning...

  • Karen Walker

    Programme Director Specialist Community Public Health Nursing

    Karen is the pathway lead for the School Nursing pathway part of the  Specialist Community Public Health Nurse  (SCPHN) programme. She is also Programme director for  Practice Teacher Preparation .

  • Pippa Waterman

    Senior Lecturer, Specialist Community Public Health Nursing

    Pippa is a core member of the  Specialist Community Public Health Nursing  (SCPHN) course team. After beginning her career in Brighton as a Registered General Nurse, she undertook midwifery training. In 1998, she qualified as a Health Visitor (SCPHN), a career which spanned 12 years. She gained substantial child protection...

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