Our Staff

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  • Gemma Macken

    Assistant Lecturer

    Prior to lecturing Gemma worked on a male psychiatric intensive care unit in Birmingham, gaining insight into managing the treatment and care of acutely unwell patients who may also display challenging or violent behaviour. Gemma has also worked with children and young people across Birmingham who have been subject to the...

  • Katie Meah

    Teaching Fellow in Learning Disability

    Katie is a registered learning disability nurse and health visitor. She has worked in various roles including staff nurse in a children’s respite service, a community nurse, health facilitator, schools advisor on obesity and more recently as a health visitor. Katie is interested in the health inequalities people with learning...

  • Paul Millwood

    Senior Lecturer

    Paul has worked in mental health nursing and nurse education for 34 years, with his time in practice being spent in community and specialist forensic mental health settings for children and adolescents. Following completion of his mental health and adult nurse training in the 1980s, Paul worked in a number of senior clinical...

  • Kim Moore

    Senior Lecturer

    Kim Moore has extensive skills and knowledge in mental health nursing having worked in both Australian and UK health settings. She has a wide range of experience having worked in nursing roles that include ward manager, service manager, Clinical Nurse Specialist and as a Nurse Consultant for ‘dual diagnosis’ services in London...

  • Pam Morley

    Senior Lecturer

    Pam is responsible for leading the Mental Health pathway in the Foundation Degree, being programme leader for the new PG Certificate Perinatal Mental Health, and teaching mental health law and ethics to pre-registration student nurses. She also assists other module leaders by teaching a variety of topics linked to Solution...

  • William Murcott

    Senior Lecturer

    Will is a senior lecturer in the Mental Health and Learning Disability team and he is the deputy programme director for the BSc (Hons) Nursing:Mental Health programme. He teaches on the pre-registration nursing courses where he is a module coordinator and he also teaches on post-registration mental health courses. He...

  • Helen Needham


    Helen worked for nearly 20 years as a Community Nurse for people with Learning Disabilities. She became a full time member of the LD team at Birmingham City University in 2016. Helen is a qualified counsellor with a particular interest in the psychological well-being of people with Learning disabilities and their carers.

  • Marie O’Boyle-Duggan

    Associate Professor

    Marie qualified as a learning disability nurse in 1983 and has worked in a variety of residential and community nursing settings. She is now in higher education as a senior lecturer. Her areas of teaching are positive behaviour support; which includes applied behaviour analysis, functional analysis and person centred...

  • Dr Andrea Page

    Associate Professor

    Andrea is a registered nurse for people with a learning disability, with 30 years plus experience in this field. Prior to joining Birmingham City University in 2000, she was a community nurse for people with a learning disability. Throughout her career she has always had an interest in how challenging behaviours are managed...

  • Fiona Rich

    Senior Lecturer

    Fiona is a registered nurse for people with learning disabilities with over 30 years’ experience and a specialist interest in epilepsy care. She has worked in nurse education for over 20 years in a variety of roles. Fiona also has an interest in developing virtual learning tools to develop the skills of all nurses in supporting...

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