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...
Assistant Lecturer/ Placement Support Team
Zenab graduated as an Adult Nurse from the University of Essex, School of Health and Social Care. Prior to qualifying as an Adult Nurse, she obtained a BSc (Hons) degree in Biological Sciences. Zenab’s first Staff Nurse role was in Trauma and Orthopaedic nursing before moving on to Gynaecology, Breast care and surgical...
Lara joined the University in 2016 as a Research Assistant, working within the Department for Children and Young People’s Health, the wider School of Nursing and supporting the work of the Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre. Lara qualified as a Children’s Nurse in 2003 and has enjoyed a varied career working within...
Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Kal teaches on the adult nursing programme as is the module leader for Professional Values and Evidence Based Practice and Policy and Politics in nursing which students study in the final year of their degree. He has a degree in nursing and also obtained a PhD (Mixed Method Approach).
Senior Teaching Fellow - Nursing
Amanda Andrews has been a Senior Lecturer in Nursing at Birmingham City University over the last 12 years and has taught at both undergraduate and post qualification levels. She currently works on the BSc Nursing programme. Prior to working at the University she worked as a registered nurse in the Community and Primary...
Senior Lecturer and Research Coordinator
Ben is a NMC Registered Nurse Tutor and Senior Lecturer at Birmingham City University. He qualified from City University London and St Bartholomew’s School of Nursing and Midwifery in September 1998, completing a 4-year BSc (Hons) in Nursing and Human Science, and clinically, went on to practice in Cardiology, Cardiothoracic...
Skills and Simulation Technician
Sam has been a Skills and Simulation technician at BCU since October 2017. His role is to support the paramedic, nursing, midwifery and ODP courses by provision of equipment and mannequins for simulation and lecture sessions. He also oversees maintenance and supply of the consumables and equipment to ensure the capacity to meet...
Learning Technologies Technician
Paul studied Ancient History and Archaeology at the University of Birmingham to degree level and subsequently worked in archaeology for a few years. Following a period of unemployment he started work in the learning resources dept in the Birmingham College of Nursing (East Birmingham Hospital) and then subsequently at the...
Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader: Return to Nursing
Tim has been registered as a nurse for over thirty years and spent the first few years of his career in hospitals, working in a variety of medical and surgical wards before specialising in cardiology. Since 1992, Tim has worked full-time in nurse education. His initial teaching roles were focussed on his clinical...
Tony is a senior lecturer with the roles of Deputy Programme Director on the pre-registration nursing programme and Deputy Programme Director on the post-registration (Professional Practice) course. Other responsibilities include being a Chair of the DBS panel, research ethics team lead and investigating officer for student...