Staff profiles

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  • Zenab Adam

    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...

  • Dr Kal Alnababatah

    Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Kal teaches on the adult nursing programme as is the module leader for 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). 

  • Sharon Bishop

    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....

  • Hannah Bryant

    Adult Nurse Lecturer

    Hannah started Adult Nursing in 1998, she has always been passionate about improving people’s health and wellbeing. Very early into her career she found her niche in The Emergency Care Setting and Education, she has gained a wealth of clinical experience working in both Critical Care and the Accident and Emergency Department. ...

  • Scott Colton

    Lecturer - Adult Nursing

    Scott has a clinical background in emergency department nursing. He enjoys working across the different areas of emergency medicine but takes a keen interest in assessment, recognition and management of patients, especially initial assessment, care of the patient involved in trauma and patient flow streaming. He has been a...

  • Garry Cooper

    Lecturer

    Garry has worked as a Lymphoedema Clinical Nurse Specialist within Walsall and Worcester, which involved assessing, diagnosing and assisting patients’ to self-manage their long term condition. He currently holds a committee position within the British Lymphology Society (BLS). He has worked as an Occupational Health Nurse...

  • Kevin Crimmons

    Associate Professor and Head of Department of Adult Nursing

    Kevin is an Associate Professor and Head of the Dame  Edith Cavell Department of Adult Nursing at Birmingham City University, leading one of the largest departments of nursing in the country and developing 600 new adult nurses annually. Kevin qualified as a Nurse in 1984. He spent 29 years in the Army and led the Burns...

  • Simon Dobbs

    Senior Lecturer

    Simon has been delivering BCU’s post registration Cardiac courses since 2003 and has overseen their development from diploma awards to the  current provision at Level 6 and 7. In addition he is part of the Dimensions in Health Care (now Professional Practice award) programme team, facilitating the provision of a variety of...

  • Ann-Marie Dodson

    Senior Lecturer

    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...

  • Allison Evans

    BSc/MSc Programme Development Lead - Nursing

    Passionate about nursing and the development of the profession through education and research.  Valuing the speciality of each field of nursing engaged in inter-professional care supporting whole people for the whole of their lives.  Working with individuals, families and communities to promote health in the UK and in the...

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