Ann-Marie commenced her career in the NHS as nursing auxiliary and qualified as a General Nurse in 1981 from Selly Oak School of Nursing where she worked in Medicine, Emergency Surgery and Intensive care. In 1989 she moved to the Queen Elizabeth hospital working in Renal, Liver and Intensive care before qualifying as a...
Senior Lecturer in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing
Caroline qualified as a Registered General Nurse from Westminster Hospital London in 1987, gaining experience in oncology nursing and palliative care. Whilst undertaking her ENB931 course in ‘care of the dying patient and their relatives’ she developed her passion for holistic family-centred nursing in community settings. ...
Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Paul has worked in health care since 2003, starting his career as a HCA and naturally followed the Nursing path and became a registered Nurse in 2008. Paul has worked in a variety of clinical settings within the NHS, including Renal Transplant, Acute Gastrointestinal and Emergency Care. He spent 2 years working within...
Andrea is a lecturer in Adult Nursing within the School of nursing and Midwifery at Birmingham City University. As part of the module team on NUR6077 she helps teach the 3 rd year students in delivering high-quality, person-centred care. As well as helping deliver the HIV session on NUR5080. She graduated from Birmingham...
Dr Alison Edwards
Visiting Lecturer - Midwifery
Alison first qualified as a general nurse in 1988 and following a few years as a nurse in gynaecology and care of the elderly, a move into Midwifery was made. The main areas Alison worked in included fetal medicine, day assessment, coordination of delivery suite and also managing a postnatal and antenatal ward. This lead into...
Anne-Marie has completed a dual qualification as a Register Children’s Nurse and Registered Adult Nurse. She had a varied career in adult and child nursing in acute, intensive care and high dependency settings in London and Southampton and enjoyed six months working as an Expedition Nurse for Operation Raleigh in Kenya. ...
Dr Debra Evans
Debra has taught at BCU for over 24 years. The principal subjects she teaches are topics related to research and evidence-based practice mainly at Master’s and degree level. Debra is very interested in equipping health students with research skills to evaluate the effectiveness of health care interventions – basically getting...
Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Kara is a Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing and is a co module lead for the Delivering high quality, safe nursing care within adult nursing module within the Adult Nursing programme. Kara is also the module lead for the Introduction to Palliative and End of Life Care module which is part of the Post Qualifying Professional...
Prior to joining the adult nursing team at Birmingham City University, Fiona worked for three years as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner, working with patients with sarcomas - rare form of cancer. She qualified as an adult nurse in 2012, and at first specialised in the complex care of patients undergoing complex Upper GI...
Senior Lecturer Degree Nurse Apprenticeship team
Beth qualified as a registered nurse (adult) in 2005 and has worked in various areas of nursing including trauma and orthopaedics, surgical assessment and gynaecology. She has also worked as a faculty educator and Medical Devices Educator, teaching a wide range of healthcare workers ranging from band 2 staff to senior...