Staff directory

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  • Alison Edwards

    Senior Midwifery Lecturer - Placement Support

    Alison has been a nurse and midwife since 1985 and has been in higher education for over 10 years. She holds a registered teaching qualification with the NMC. Having completed a Masters degree a few years ago, it felt the right time to pursue a doctorate. Having written and published a number of articles and skills books, she...

  • Anne-Marie England

    Senior Lecturer Child Health

    As a nurse teacher my main focus is the delivery of and supporting students in completion of the PG Cert/BSc Paediatric Intensive Care (PIC) Pathway for qualified children’s nurses working in PIC Unit’s in England and Wales.  I teach a variety of topics for both pre-registration and learning beyond registration nursing...

  • Allison Evans

    BSc Nursing Programme Lead / Senior Lecturer

    Passionate about nursing and the development of the profession through education and research.  Valuing the speciality of each field of nursing engaged in inter-professional care supporting whole people for the whole of their lives.  Working with individuals, families and communities to promote health in the UK and in the...

  • Carole Germaine

    Senior Lecturer

    Carole qualified as a registered mental health nurse in 1984 and worked in acute mental health before being promoted to unit manager for an older peoples respite unit. She spent nine years working as a community psychiatric nurse in inner city Birmingham, gaining experience within a home treatment team and working with the...

  • Helen Goulding

    Senior Lecturer

    Helen is currently working as a lecturer in learning disability nursing, mostly concentrating on forensic care and epilepsy. She runs the online epilepsy care module for the dimensions in health care course. She also teaches pre-registration learning disability nurses on the Diploma in Higher Education course about health...

  • Steven Grant

    Senior Lecturer

    Steve qualified as an RGN in 1999 and since then has worked in a variety of clinical environments such as Acute medicine, General surgery, ITU, Coronary care and HDU. Additionally he has worked in Practice Development and Training as a Clinical nurse specialist in Acute Care. He is also dual qualified in both adult and...

  • Joy Grech

    Senior Lecturer

    Prior to my academic career at Birmingham City University I had a successful and varied career in the National Health Service. I began my career in adult intensive care before moving to Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Paediatric Intensive Care to pursue a career in Children’s Cardiac and Intensive Care Nursing. In the following...

  • Sharon Hadley

    Midwifery lecturer

    Sharon has been a registered midwife for 12 years gaining a range of experience in all aspects of midwifery care. She has worked on a busy delivery suite undertaking skills such as theatre, HDU, IV and cannulation as well as regularly updating on NLS and ILS. She has also worked within a children’s centre delivering parent...

  • Jon Harrison

    Senior Lecturer

    I qualified as a Children’s Nurse from the University of Birmingham, in 2001. I then worked at City Hospital in a number of departments within the Paediatric Unit, including Neonatal Intensive Care, General Medicine, Surgery and A&E. In my final year at City Hospital, my clinical teaching role became more formalised when I...

  • Louise Hartin

    Midwife Lecturer

    Louise joined the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work at Birmingham City University in 2014 and is one of our midwife lecturers. Her clinical background covers all four local NHS trusts and has been predominantly working within midwifery-led units and midwifery stand-alone units across the West Midlands.

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