Staff directory

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  • Samantha Toland

    Senior Lecturer in Haematology

    Sam has been a cancer / haemato-oncology nurse for 18 years, having worked initially in Haemato-oncology and stem cell transplant, she then went on to become a Chemotherapy nurse trainer, responsible for the chemotherapy training and education of all nursing staff in a large teaching hospital trust. She then took on a...

  • Emma Tonks

    Lecturer

    Emma qualified as a Paediatric Nurse from Birmingham City University’s Dip HE course in 2011, she then began her career at Birmingham Children’s Hospital on the Liver and small bowel unit. In 2012 she moved to Heartlands Hospital on the paediatric inpatient ward. During her 9 years at UHB she progressed to a Sister’s role...

  • Nathalie Turville

    Senior Lecturer (Children & Young People) / Deputy Director Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre

    Nathalie Turville is Deputy Director of the Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre. This role includes research involving multiple birth families, development of education resources for health and social care professionals and working with 3 rd sector organisations to raise the profile of the needs of multiple birth families....

  • Dr Martin Vreugdenhil

    Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology

    Martin received a Masters in Biomedical Science from the University of Leiden (Netherlands) and a PhD from the University of Amsterdam. Because he had developed a strong bias for epilepsy research, he took a Post Doc research post at the University of Amsterdam looking into cellular effects of antiepileptic drugs. ...

  • Chantelle Waite

    Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Chantelle graduated as an Adult nurse from the University of Birmingham in 2005.   Chantelle’s first nursing role was in acute renal dialysis at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.   This role gave her many skills such as HD, HDF, PD, APD dialysis, plasma exchange and ABOi treatment. She then went on renal rotation and practiced in...

  • Louise Walden

    Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Louise attended Coventry University in 2002 and was awarded a BSc in Psychology. However, nursing was her main passion, so Louise decided to follow this path and completed the Graduate Diploma in Adult Nursing from Birmingham City University. Louise worked within Cardiology for a before focusing her career within...

  • Dr Andrew Walsh

    Senior Lecturer

    Andrew qualified as a mental health nurse in 1982. Before coming to BCU he worked in a range of mental health care settings such as acute mental health care and the mental health of older people. He was a ward manager, a Community Psychiatric Nurse and he also worked in primary care within South Birmingham. Andrew studied...

  • Alison Warren

    Senior Lecturer in Child Nursing

    Alison joined the Department of Children and Young People’s health in July 2019 following a career in nursing spanning 37 years. She has both Child and Adult nursing qualifications. Prior to joining BCU she was the Clinical Matron for Children and Young People’s Services at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust...

  • April Watts

    Assistant Lecturer

    April is an assistant lecturer in the posture moving and handling. Prior to this she spent many years within the health care sector in different areas and specialties. April is a registered nursing associate graduate from BCU and obtained her NMC pin within a hyper acute stroke unit. Following on from this she obtained a post...

  • Sarah Wheeler

    Senior Lecturer

    Prior to joining, she completed her Diploma in Nursing in 2006 in Liverpool, working at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. Sarah went on to work in Manchester for a school nursing team, providing lots of health promotion and education to children and families. She then completed her Specialist Community Public Health Degree...

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