Senior Lecturer and Deputy Course Lead for Registered Nurse Degree Apprentices
Helen is part of the Future Nurse Programme team as Deputy Course lead for the Registered Nurse Degree Apprentices. Helen qualified as a nurse from the University of Birmingham in 2011 with a 1:1 and began her career at Great Ormond Street Hospital in the Haematology/Oncology unit. In 2013 she moved back to Birmingham and...
Lecturer in Children and Young People's Nursing
Jo initially completed a Psychology degree before going on to study Diploma of Higher Education in Children’s Nursing at Kings College London, graduating in 2011. Her first staff nurse post was at The Royal Brompton Hospital in London, working in cardiothoracic nursing and gaining extensive knowledge of congenital cardiac...
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. ...
Senior Lecturer Placement Development and Support (Child Nursing)
Susie is dual qualified as both an adult and child nurse. She has extensive experience within the field of Children’s intensive care nursing and joined the university in 2003 from a London university where she delivered specialist Children’s intensive care nursing modules. Susie is the senior lecturer for placement...
I qualified as a Children’s Nurse from the University of Birmingham, in 2001. I then worked at City Hospital in a number of departments within the Paediatric Unit, including Neonatal Intensive Care, General Medicine, Surgery and A&E. In my final year at City Hospital, my clinical teaching role became more formalised when I...
Senior Lecturer Child Health
Category: Engaging and Inspiring Teacher of the Year More about Extra Mile I qualified as an Adult Nurse at South Warwickshire school of Nursing in 1998. I qualified as a Child Health Nurse at the University of Luton in 1998. My background is in emergency care specialising in child emergency care. I have...
Assistant Lecturer in Child Health
Halima qualified as a Children’s Nurse in 2011 at The University of Northampton, her nursing career has been varied and she had the opportunity to work in the following areas, Paediatric Assessment Unit, General Paediatric ward, A&E, Paediatric Intensive Care Unit and Community Nursing. Whilst working in Community nursing she...
Senior Lecturer in Child Health
Nikki is the Field lead for Child on the current Future BSc/MSci Programme. She is privileged to be a member of The Future Nurse Programme Team and as Deputy Course Lead for Child enjoys supporting and guiding the Child Field Students on their progression throughout the course. Her clinical background is as a paediatric...
I graduated with BSc (Hons) in Physiology 1988. I then qualified as a RGN in 1994 and pursued a career in paediatric nursing, becoming an RN Child in 1996. I continued to work within the cardiac field of paediatric nursing for several years. For a couple of years I worked as a clinical teacher across several specialties...
Interim Quality Enhancement Lead
Stephanie is Interim Quality Enhancement Lead and an Associate Professor. She was previously the course leader for two of our provisions within the School of Nursing and Midwifery, MSc Nursing and MSci Nursing. Stephanie graduated from Birmingham City University with a BSc (hons) degree in Children’s Nursing in 2012. Post...