Staff profiles

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  • Stephanie Reynolds

    Senior Teaching Fellow

    Stephanie Reynolds is a Registered General Nurse in Adult Nursing. Nursing and Midwifery Council registration also includes that of District Nurse, Nurse Prescriber and Nurse Teacher. She has experience in post qualifying professional development and pre-registration placement support, and is a fellow of the Higher Education...

  • Nina Shamaris

    Associate Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Nina is currently an Associate Lecturer in Adult nursing and her main module she leads on is Nursing in Society within the second year. She is passionate about teaching students to transfer skills from theory into practice and making that difference within the NHS. Nina qualified in 2007 from BCU (Then UCE) as an Adult...

  • Dr Harprit Singh

    Senior Lecturer in Applied Health Sciences

    Harprit teaches human physiology across various courses within the Faculty of Health. His teaching styles include lectures, group work and laboratory practical to engage and improve student learning. He is also an active researcher with expertise in cardiovascular research.  His research focuses on endothelial cell...

  • Dion Smyth

    Senior Lecturer (Cancer and Palliative Care)

    Dion Smyth is a senior lecturer in cancer and palliative care, and teaches on both the undergraduate pre and post-registration curriculum and postgraduate courses. In the pre-registration BSc Nursing programme, Dion coordinates the module Nursing Practice 2, which addresses cancer, immunology, auto-immune conditions such as...

  • Bernie St Aubyn

    Senior Lecturer (Adult Nursing)

    Bernie St Aubyn has been a Senior Lecturer in Nursing at Birmingham City University over the last 14 years and has taught at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels. She currently works on the BSc Nursing programme. Prior to working at the University she worked as a registered Midwife and registered Health Visitor in...

  • Meriel Swann

    Senior Lecturer – Practice Development and Support (Adult Nursing)

    Meriel’s first few staff nurse roles following qualification were in Ear Nose and Throat (ENT), Maxillofacial  and plastic surgery and general surgery. She changed areas to breast and gynaecological surgical oncology and went on from there into Pain Management which has become her speciality. She has also has...

  • Kirsty Wedgbury

    Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Kirsty qualified in 1991 as a Registered General Nurse (RGN) in 1991 and is also a Registered Specialist Practitioner (Adult Nursing) and is a Registered Teacher. Her background is in general surgery including surgical high dependency care. She has worked as an Advance Nurse Practitioner in Vascular Surgery and as a...

  • Claire Wilcox-Tolley

    Senior Teaching Fellow Nursing

    Claire enables her students to understand that the professional world which they are entering is a privilege and as future qualified nurses, they too can make a difference. Fundamentally, her aim is that those who learn from her will use that experience to positively influence their academic and clinical practice and...

  • Emma Winterman

    Acting Head of Adult Nursing

    Emma’s Nursing background was based predominantly within Accident and Emergency Care. On starting it the university she taught across a range of modules focused on the Acute Care of Adults. Through her work she developed a keen interest in simulation based education and has held a Regional Simulation Development Officer Role...

  • Chloe-Jade Young

    Assistant Lecturer Adult Nursing

    Chloe-Jade is a new member of teaching staff with a clinical background in Theatres and Accident and Emergency Nursing. She has experience in nursing adults and children and is passionate about nursing care and is keen to pass on her knowledge and skills to others. CJ has specific interest and skills in airway management,...

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