Research staff

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  • Dr Catharine Jenkins

    Reader in Dementia Care

    Catharine’s teaching responsibilities are focused around the care of older people with mental health problems and her main area of expertise is dementia care. She also teaches on diversity issues and transcultural mental health nursing. Catharine is interested in creative approaches to active learning for nurse education...

  • Professor Trixie McAree

    Professor of Midwifery and Maternal Health

    Trixie is a dual registered midwife and nurse with over 30 years’ experience both in the UK and abroad. She started her career as a staff nurse in Accident and Emergency, then undertook aid and development projects in Angola and Kazakhstan for several years before returning to the UK.  Trixie  has held posts that include...

  • Dr Andrea Page

    Associate Professor

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

  • Professor Mark Radford

    Visiting Professor / Professor of Advanced Nurse Practice / Deputy Chief Nursing Officer for England

    Mark is a Visiting Professor at Birmingham City University and Deputy Chief Nursing Officer for England. His research interests are in healthcare workforce, ranging from safe staffing to workforce retention. He is co-applicant on the recently awarded NuRS project where BCU academics, in collaboration with NHS England and NHS...

  • Sue Shortland

    Associate Professor

    Sue teaches on the following courses and subject areas: MSc Advanced Practice, Primary Care Pathway and Non Medical Prescribing course. Advanced Practice; Primary Care; Advanced Health Assessment; Nurse Prescribing; Chronic Disease Management. Sue is also the module leader for: Differential Diagnosis and Management of Care;...

  • Dr Annalise Weckesser

    Senior Research Fellow

    Annalise came to the UK in 2007 from Canada to undertake doctoral studies in Medical and Feminist Anthropology at the University of Warwick's School of Health and Social Studies. In her previous, pre-academic life, Annalise worked in community outreach in Toronto’s family resource centres (aka Sure Starts). From 2009 to 2011,...

  • Gemma Williams

    Research Fellow

    Prior to joining Birmingham City University’s Centre for Social Care, Health & Related Research (CSCHaRR), Gemma worked within the public sector and Higher Education in various research/evaluation positions. Her research & evaluation areas included: the effectiveness of accredited offender groupwork programmes, the experiences...

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