Dr Simon Barnett
Course Leader for Clinical Hypnosis and Related Techniques
After working and teaching for 25 years both in practice and in a hospital environment Simon has come to learn that stress for the patient and the clinician seemed to be a daily event. He looked for a way to relieve this and signed up for a clinical hypnosis course. Simon quickly understood the potential for stress reduction...
Senior Lecturer in Diabetes Care
Tahira qualified with a BSc (Honours) in Applied Human Nutrition, Dietetics, Registered Dietitian (RD). She has been working within the speciality of diabetes, weight management, BAME Health and education for over 25 years. Tahira's experience includes working in various healthcare settings such as clinical hospital practice...
Jonah Benjamin Bateson
Assistant Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Jonah joined the Royal Navy in September 2015 and after completing basic training, began his Adult Nursing degree with his Navy, Army, Air Force and civilian colleagues at Birmingham City University. This involved remaining ‘military fit’, taking part in training exercises and additional duties throughout the three-year course....
Assistant Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Asmah graduated from the University of Central England in 2005 with a BSc (hons) in Adult nursing. Prior to this Asmah had worked as a Health Care Assistant for seven years. Her clinical nursing experiences have been within Renal, Acute and most recently Critical Care Nursing. She has also had senior positions as a Renal...
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....
Megan graduated as a Mental Health Nurse from Coventry University. She then went on to work in a range of community mental health settings including Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team and an Ex Armed Forces Mental Health Service. Throughout her role she has been a practice assessor and has enjoyed teaching and...
Lecturer- FdSc Nursing Associate
Kirsty is a mental health nurse, and before coming to Birmingham City University she worked primarily within Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). Kirsty worked in community and hospital settings. She is particularly interested in improving care for people who self harm, and trauma-informed mental health...
Miss Deborah Buckle
Deborah started her career in education whilst studying for her degree in Sociology in London whereby she took up a part time position as a sub warden at London Metropolitan University student halls of residence. Once completing her course, Deborah returned to the Midlands whereby she took up a position at BCU, which was at the...
Dr Ann-Marie Cannaby
Professor of Nursing Sciences
Professor Ann-Marie Cannaby is a Professor of Nursing at Birmingham City University. Prior to this she was the Chief Nursing Officer at Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar, where she was responsible for providing professional leadership to senior managers across the Corporation ’s 8,500 nursing and midwifery staff, ensuring...
Claire graduated from Birmingham City University in January 2020 in Bsc (Hons) Adult Nursing with first-class honours and went straight into GP Nursing. She then went on to complete her level 7 Foundations of GP Nursing course. Claire's previous clinical roles include sexual health, transgender healthcare and elderly care....