Research students

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  • Lisa Abbott

    Associate Head of School

    As Associate Head of School, Lisa is a proud advocate of Nursing and Midwifery at BCU. Throughout her 15 years working here, Lisa has enjoyed a variety of roles including Head of Department for Children’s and Young People’s Health, Deputy Programme Leader for Children’s Nursing, Senior Lecturer and Lecturer Practitioner. Lisa...

  • Roisin Bailey

    Doctoral researcher

    Roisin first joined Birmingham City University in 2012 to study on BSc Midwifery as a direct entry student. Following completion of this degree, Roisin worked clinically as a registered midwife at City Hospital, part of Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust, before returning to Birmingham City University in February to...

  • Sharon Bishop

    Senior Lecturer/ Programme Director, MSc Advanced Clinical Practice

    After qualifying, Sharon developed experience across a range of clinical environments before gaining a staff nurse post in Intensive Care. During this time she undertook the ENB 100 (Adult Critical Care course) as well as ENB 998 (mentorship qualification). She progressed in this speciality, ultimately attaining a senior role....

  • Natasha Carr

    Senior Midwifery Lecturer

    As a senior lecturer in the Midwifery Department, Natasha is responsible for providing, supporting and facilitating teaching and learning on both the long and short BSc (Hons) Midwifery Programmes. In addition, Natasha teaches alongside colleagues on the Examination of the Newborn Programme and lead the Professional Midwifery...

  • Louisa Clifford

    Assistant Lecturer GRTA

    Louisa joined the university in 2016 an Assistant Lecturer and PhD student. Prior to joining the University, Louisa worked as a as a midwife and later completed a postgraduate qualification to become a health visitor working in the West Midlands. Building on the research already being undertaken at BCU, Louisa plans to...

  • Hannah Harvey

    Assistant Lecturer/Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant

    Hannah is a Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant on the Speech and Language Therapy course. She joined Birmingham City University as a PhD student in September 2015 working on the use of diagnostic labels in children’s developmental speech, language and communication needs.

  • Rachel Hogan

    Senior Lecturer

    Rachel qualified as an Adult Nurse from BCU in 2003, post qualifying she spent some time in the acute setting within Trauma and Orthopaedics and Critical Care. As a student, Rachel fell in love with community nursing and moved into that setting in 2006. She spent the next 10 years working within community nursing undertaking...

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