Staff profiles

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  • Nusrat Nadir

    Assistant Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Nusrat is an experienced Registered Nurse, and Operating Theatre and Cath-Lab Specialist with critical care and cardiac intensive care experience, and a motivated postgraduate doctoral researcher with knowledge and experience in qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods research. Having up to date knowledge and training...

  • Paul Nix

    Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Since qualifying in January 2018 as a registered nurse Paul has been working in coronary care and cardiac catheter labs. This is where he developed highly specialised skills and knowledge in the management of critically unwell cardiac patients. During his time as a registered nurse, Paul spent two years on a specialist...

  • Cara Norwood

    Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Cara has had a dynamic and interesting career working in construction as a Quantity Surveyor with a Higher National Certificate in Building Studies, a role that took her all over the UK, working in challenging environments.  In 2014, she began studying adult nursing, graduating with a 1 st  Class Hons Degree Bachelor of...

  • Joanna O’ Brien

    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.

  • Francesca Renzicchi


    Francesca graduated in Nursing in 2012, from the Faculty of “Medicina, Universita di Roma Tor Vergata” and moved to the UK one year after, where she has been practising in different hospital settings, from medical wards to admission, to Critical Care and research. Francesca's  areas of interest and expertise cover general...

  • 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...

  • Heather Scripps

    Senior Lecturer, and Course Lead for Return to Practice (Nursing)

    Having qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1996 Heather spent two years in Newport and then Bristol working in Orthopaedics and then Cardiac Surgery (her favourite clinical job). In 1998, Heather joined the Army and became part of the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps as a Nursing Officer and had a fantastic 19 year...

  • Nina Shamaris

    Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing

    Nina is currently a Senior 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...

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