Staff profiles

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  • Claire Lynch

    Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Claire has a clinical background in Neuroscience Nursing. She enjoys working across different areas relating to both medical and surgical nursing skills but has a keen interest in trauma, high dependency and acute care. Claire worked her way through nursing roles from a health care assistant 15 years ago, undertaking her...

  • Robert Mapp

    Acting Head of Department for Mental Health and Learning Disabilities

    As Head of Department for Mental Health and Learning Disabilities, Rob is proud advocate for Nursing at BCU. Prior to this job, his role was as the  Programme Director for the BSc (Hons) Nursing course. Throughout the last 12 years of working at BCU, Rob has had a variety of roles that have also included Deputy course lead...

  • Sharon McLeod

    Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Sharon qualified as a State Enrolled Nurse in 1988 and as a Registered General Nurse in 1991. She  has worked in both  acute and critical  care settings.   Additionally Sharon  has worked as a Practice Nurse, Tissue Viability Nurse and Practice Development Nurse .                                              ...

  • Joanna O’ Brien

    Assistant Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Having completed her training in Ireland Joanna began her career as a theatre practitioner across a variety of fields. Eventually specializing in plastics and general surgery. Seeking a new challenge Joanna then moved to critical care nursing and has worked across several specialist areas including liver and neuro intensive...

  • Gary O'Grady

    Visiting Lecturer

    Before joining the University, Gary worked for many years as a Senior Clinical Nurse in emergency care both in the Midlands and the North West of England. During this time, he developed particular expertise in the care of the acutely and critically ill patient, patients suffering from musculoskeletal trauma and the evolving...

  • Claire Perkins

    Senior Lecturer

    Experienced nurse educator with a key interest in the the recognition and management of acute physiological deterioration. Also in the development of under graduate and post graduate nursing curricula.

  • Stephanie Reynolds

    Senior Teaching Fellow

    Stephanie Reynolds is a Registered General Nurse in Adult Nursing. Nursing and Midwifery Council registration also includes that of District Nurse, Nurse Prescriber and Nurse Teacher. She has experience in post qualifying professional development and pre-registration placement support, and is a fellow of the Higher Education...

  • Lee Roberts

    Assistant Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Lee joined Birmingham City University in 2017, and has taught on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Most recently, Lee has worked as a module lead on the FdSc Nursing Associate Programme, focusing on clinical skills, nursing care, anatomy and physiology. Lee now joins the BSc (Hons) Nursing Programme, teaching on a...

  • Nina Shamaris

    Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Nina is currently a Lecturer in Adult nursing and her main module she leads on is Transitions to Qualified Practitioner within the third year. She is passionate about teaching students to transfer skills from theory into practice and making that difference within the NHS.  Leadership, decision making, team working are just...

  • Dion Smyth

    Senior Lecturer (Cancer and Palliative Care)

    Dion Smyth is a senior lecturer in cancer and palliative care, and teaches on both the undergraduate pre and post-registration curriculum and postgraduate courses. In the pre-registration BSc Nursing programme, Dion coordinates the module Nursing Practice 2, which addresses cancer, immunology, auto-immune conditions such as...

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