Staff profiles

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  • Rachel Moule

    Senior Academic (Teaching and Learning)

    Rachel is the programme leader for the return to practice: midwifery course. She has herself previously undertaken a RTPM course. Rachel is supported by colleagues from midwifery and nursing. Close links are maintained with practice education teams in local NHS Trusts. Wider afield, links are strongly made and maintained with...

  • Maggie Prain

    Senior Midwifery Lecturer

    Maggie began full time lecturing in 2003 and has been the programme director for the BSc (Hons)/Graduate Diploma in midwifery 20-month programme since 2006 -2013. She is now also the programme director for the Examination of the newborn programme Her teaching experience has been predominately within midwifery education across...

  • Ilana Pressick

    Senior Lecturer - Children's Nursing

    Ilana Pressick is a Senior Lecturer within the Department of Children and Young People’s Health at Birmingham City University. Ilana has worked in different intensive care settings since qualifying in 2009 and completed numerous postgraduate nursing qualifications.  She joined the university in 2016 and teach on...

  • Sarah Price

    Lecturer

    From college I went on to complete my Diploma in Nursing in 2006 in Liverpool, working at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. I then worked in Manchester for a school nursing team, providing lots of health promotion and education to children and families. I then returned to Herefordshire to complete my Specialist Community Public...

  • Sarah Redfern

    Head of Department - Children and Young People's Health

    A proud graduate of BCU and an experienced senior nurse whose speciality is children’s liver and small bowel disease. Education has always been a focus of Sarah’s career pathway and really took hold when she became the Teaching Sister for the busy high dependency ward. This naturally progressed into the role as lead for the...

  • Stephanie Ryan

    Lecturer

    Stephanie graduated from Birmingham City University with a BSc (hons) degree in Children’s Nursing in 2012. Post qualifying Stephanie went to work on the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Birmingham Children’s Hospital as a staff nurse between 2012 and 2015. During this time Stephanie completed both her PICU Foundation Course...

  • Jenna Surman

    Midwifery Lecturer

    Jenna qualified from the University of the West of England with a first class honours degree in 2011. She has worked in London and Gloucestershire as a rotational midwife and more recently has specialised in the care of vulnerable women throughout the continuum of pregnancy. Jenna continues to practice as a community...

  • Jaye Totney

    Senior Lecturer

    I look forward to meeting with you at the beginning of your nursing programme for one of your very first modules ‘Professional Values and Academic Skills (PVAS). One of the learning outcomes for this module is related to ‘exploring strategies to facilitate personal, professional and academic development’.  To facilitate this...

  • Nathalie Turville

    Senior Lecturer - Child Nursing

    Nathalie completed a five-year combined degree (BSc (Hons) Sociology and Social Policy / RGN) at Southampton University and Portsmouth District School of Nursing. Her first staff nurse post was in Adult and Paediatric Burns and Plastics at Birmingham Accident Hospital. She completed the Registered Sick Children’s Nurse course...

  • Susan Ward-Smith

    Senior Lecturer in Neonatal Nursing

    As a qualified nurse for over thirty years, with most of those being within the neonatal speciality, the running of the pathway is very special. Providing practitioners who are knowledgeable and safe to practice in neonatal units, providing care and support for the babies and their families is crucial to the long term outcomes...

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