Staff profiles

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  • Ms Bernie Keenan

    Senior Lecturer

    Bernie Keenan is a Senior Lecturer at Birmingham City University where she has been the Programme Lead for the PG Cert Long Term Conditions, the Safeguarding Lead for nursing, and is a founding member of the Older People’s Practice Development Unit. Bernie’s extensive clinical background has included both neuro-medicine and...

  • Lesley Killingworth

    Senior Lecturer

    Lesley began her career pathway with the post of staff nurse for three years before moving into the speciality of orthopaedic nursing. As a registered general nurse with a qualification in orthopaedic nursing Lesley worked in clinical orthopaedics as a staff nurse and as a ward sister. Following on from her orthopaedic...

  • Jane Leaver

    Senior Lecturer/Programme Leader

    Jane trained in London at Great Ormond Street and Charring Cross Hospitals and Qualified in 1985 as a paediatric and an adult nurse. She has worked in the field of burns and plastic surgery nursing for over 20 years. She has worked on paediatric burn units both abroad in Australia and Canada as well as in the UK. She joined...

  • Mrs Judy (Julia) Lewis-Basson

    Senior Lecturer

    Judy was a staff midwife at Gloucester Royal Hospital and after having a break for ‘motherhood’ she returned to an orthopaedics/trauma ward for a number of years before working at the Royal orthopaedic hospital in the High Dependency unit. She has always had a keen interest in education and worked as one of the first Practice...

  • Cathy Liddle

    Senior Lecturer (Skills and Simulation)

    In 2000 Cathy joined Birmingham City University when it was known as University of Central England (UCE) following a career working at local Trusts. Cathy qualified at Good Hope Hospital and worked on a general medical ward before moving to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital or University Hospital Birmingham (UHB) as it is known now....

  • Bridget Malkin

    Senior Lecturer

    Bridget is passionate about developing future nurses. Her role within the practice support team has enabled her to work academically and clinically as an educator so that she has kept her knowledge of current practice issues up to date as well as contributing to the development of clinical practice at a regional and...

  • Robert Mapp

    Senior Lecturer

    Rob is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Health, School of Nursing and Midwifery. His current role is as deputy programme director for the BSc (Hons) Nursing course (Adult), and he also currently teaches and leads on a two-year module. His interests include A&E nursing, acute adult nursing, and trauma and orthopaedics. He...

  • Gary O'Grady

    Senior Lecturer

    Before joining the University, Gary worked for many years as a Senior Clinical Nurse in emergency care both in the Midlands and the North West of England. During this time, he developed particular expertise in the care of the acutely and critically ill patient, patients suffering from musculoskeletal trauma and the evolving...

  • Claire Perkins

    Senior Lecturer

    Experienced nurse educator with a key interest in the the recognition and management of acute physiological deterioration. Also in the development of under graduate and post graduate nursing curricula.

  • Lee Potiphar

    Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Lee's background is in Research Nursing and clinical trial  management.  At Imperial College London, he was a Senior Research Nurse in of a team of Band 6 Clinical Research Nurses.  Lee's respiratory research studies at Imperial included TB, TB and HIV co-infection, sarcoidosis and Interstitial lung disease. After...

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