Centre Staff

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  • Paul Chadwick

    Visiting Professor in Tissue Viability

    Paul Chadwick is the Clinical Director at the College of Podiatry, Honorary Consultant Podiatrist at Salford Royal Foundation Trust and Managing Director at Curativo Woundcare Consultancy. He is a Visiting Professor in Tissue Viability and is to be involved in research and support around wound care.

  • Michael Clark


    Michael Clark is a zoologist by training graduating from the University of Aberdeen with a BSc (Hons) in 1980. He then worked on his PhD at the Scottish Farm Buildings Investigation Unit in Aberdeen being awarded his doctorate in 1983. This work introduced him to soft tissue injury caused by excessive mechanical loading on...

  • David Gray

    Professor of Wound Study

    David Gray graduated as Registered Nurse in 1989 from Foresterhill College, Aberdeen (now Robert Gordon University) and with a Postgraduate Diploma in Wound Healing and Tissue Repair from Cardiff University, in 2010. His interest in tissue viability began in 1986 when, as a first ward student nurse, he developed blisters on...

  • Professor Steven Jeffery

    Consultant Plastic Surgeon

    Steven Jeffery joined the Royal Army Medical Corps as a medical student in 1986. He qualified from the Universities of St Andrews and Manchester in 1989, and served as a Medical Officer with the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders before completing his basic surgical training, becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of...

  • Jackie Stephen-Haynes


    Jackie Stephen-Haynes completed her RGN in 1984, specialising in orthopaedics and then, more specifically, rheumatology. Working in a rheumatology specialist unit, her interest in tissue viability began with an audit of wounds and a focus on pressure ulcer prevention. The increasing emphasis on primary care led to Jackie...

  • Joanna Swan

    Senior lecturer in Tissue Viability

    Jo completed her RGN in 1994 and began work in a rotational post on a liver unit gaining experience in liver surgery, liver medicine and liver intensive care. Realising intensive care was where she wanted to specialise at this time, she began an 11-year journey through liver and general intensive care nursing. Jo specialised...

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