Senior Lecturer/Admissions Tutor
Peter's key experience of Rehabilitation Work arose from working in the heart of Birmingham area delivering rehabilitation assessment and training to people newly diagnosed with sight loss. This area of Birmingham was particularly challenging due to high numbers of people of working age whose sight loss was often accompanied...
Kelly was awarded a degree in Human Biology (BSc Hons) from Loughborough University in 1998. Since graduating, Kelly has worked extensively across a number of scientific fields, including forensic science and secondary and higher education as a technician. After a number of years working in support and advisory roles in...
Senior Lecturer and Lead for Research Development
Dr. Christel de Bruijn studied Speech Technology at the University of Utrecht in The Netherlands (the old style ‘doctoraal’, equivalent to a Master's). As part of her studies, she visited the Speech and Hearing Group in the Computer Science Department at the University of Sheffield as a visiting Erasmus research student and...
Education facilitator / AP(E)L advisor
Philip joined the PDD in 2006 as an APEL Advisor and Education Facilitator (providing Numeracy and Academic skills). In recent years this has evolved to include statistical support in quantitative research with staff and with the teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. His professional background is as a...
Lesley Ann qualified in 2001 from UCE and worked at Selly Oak Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital until joining the University in 2014. She worked in the Stroke Unit and supported patients in the Burns Unit and ITU. Lesley Ann currently holds an honorary contract at a local NHS hospital.
Sport and Exercise Science Technician
Mark joined the team in July 2017 after working at the University of Bedfordshire and Edgehill in previous technician roles. He oversees and maintains a wide range of sports science equipment and assists lecturers to deliver practical sessions in the department's brand new sports science labs.
Lecturer in Operating Department Practice
Rob qualified as an ODP in 2011 and worked in a District General Hospital in North Wales, maintaining competencies in all 3 areas – Anaesthetics, Surgery and Post Anaesthetic Care. He covered all specialties within the hospital, including Trauma and Orthopaedics, General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Emergency...
Associate Professor & School Quality Enhancement lead
Dr Patricia Fell is an Associate Professor in Learning and Teaching and School Quality Enhancement Lead within the School of Health Sciences, based in our Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences. Working alongside other members of the School’s management team, Patricia is responsible for ensuring programmes delivered...
Lecturer in Paramedic Science
Daniel qualified as a paramedic in 2007 after attending Sheffield Hallam University. Daniel is passionate about the education of Paramedics and before joining the Paramedic Science Team at Birmingham City University he was a Clinical Education Tutor for London Ambulance Service NHS Trust where he studied for his Diploma in...
Lecturer in Operating Department Practice and Outreach Lead
Laura is an Operating Department Practitioner registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. Clinical experience includes anaesthetic, surgical (scrub), post-anaesthetic care and resuscitation. She successfully completed the Resuscitation Council Advanced Life Support Course and European Advanced Life Support Courses...