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...
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...
Sam is Module Lead for ‘Exploring Health Inequalities and Health Promotion’ a module within the Pre-Qualifying Nursing Associate Programme. She also teaches across other modules, specifically issues pertaining to promoting health and wellbeing, academic writing and has a keen interest in the role of nutrition in optimising...
Nurse degree apprenticeships and MSc Nursing project lead
Prior to moving into education, Jim worked as a mental health nurse in in-patient and community mental health settings, specialising in providing urgent and crisis care to working age adults. As an academic, Jim has worked across undergraduate and postgraduate nurse education, focusing on teaching clinical nursing skills...
Cheryl started her nursing career with registration as a learning disability nurse, something that has proved invaluable to helping her work with people with a dual diagnosis – mental health and learning difficulties or with families where a member has a learning difficulty. She then went on to complete Registered Mental...
Senior Lecturer and Admissions Tutor for FdSc Health and Social Care
Marie is a children’s nurse by background and studied in Birmingham with much of her initial nurse roles at Birmingham Children’s Hospital (BCH). Subsequently she has worked internationally in Australia, Trinidad, Malawi, Afghanistan and New Zealand. Marie's work to date both clinically and academically has focused on...
Senior Lecturer / Professional Navigator / Academic Advisor / SEDA Accredited Doctoral Supervisor
Nicola is a registered mental health nurse completing her degree with honours in Mental Health Nursing at Oxford Brookes University. She has an MSc in General Psychiatry which she completed at Keele Postgraduate Medical School. In 2013 Nicola was awarded her Educational Doctorate and she has since become a Senior fellow of the...
Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Adele graduated from The University of Nottingham in 2011 with a Diploma in Paediatric Nursing and worked as a registered Paediatric nurse in a range of clinical environments including the Paediatric Emergency Department, Neonatal Intensive Care, Paediatric High Dependency Unit and Paediatric Medical and Surgical wards. Adele...
Lecturer in Midwifery/Clinical Support
Laura worked as a clinical midwife in a high risk unit after she qualified. She has also worked for two years as a volunteer, teaching midwifery in a Nurse Training School in the North West of Uganda.
Course Leader for the Management of Childhood Diabetes Course
After qualifying as a paediatric nurse in 2001, Louise started her career at Birmingham’s City Hospital where she worked for four years on a rotational basis covering medical, surgical, neonatal and emergency specialist areas. In 2005, she commenced her pathway into specialist paediatric diabetes nursing and completed the...