Senior Lecturer - Children's Nursing
Ilana Pressick is a Senior Lecturer within the Department of Children and Young People’s Health at Birmingham City University. Ilana has worked in different intensive care settings since qualifying in 2009 and completed numerous postgraduate nursing qualifications. She joined the university in 2016 and teach on...
Assistant Lecturer in Child Health
Nabisah Qazim is Assistant Lecturer at Birmingham City University. She recently joined the child field team at the start of January 2022, so she is very new to the role. She qualified as a Children’s Nurse from Birmingham City University in 2014. Her clinical background is in neurosurgery and community children’s nursing, more...
Miss Sarah Redfern
A proud graduate of BCU and an experienced senior nurse whose speciality is children’s liver and small bowel disease. Education has always been a focus of Sarah’s career pathway and really took hold when she became the Teaching Sister for the busy high dependency ward. This naturally progressed into the role as lead for the...
Senior Lecturer in Nursing
Jaye has worked within the Children and Young People’s Health department since March 2003. Before arriving at BCU she worked at Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, within the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) as a Junior Sister. She has fond and lasting memories of caring with critically ill...
Senior Lecturer in Children's Health
Kat qualified as a nurse in Australia 1997 and worked for 20 years in the NHS across adult and child fields in acute, intensive care and high dependency settings. With a special interest in neurosurgical nursing, Kat worked as a Clinical Nurse Specialist for neurosurgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and later at Birmingham...
Assistant Lecturer in Child Health
Caroline has the role of assistant lecturer within the Children and young people’s health team. For the majority of her career so far she has worked within the community setting. She worked for seven years in the community children's nursing service in Wolverhampton. This involved visiting children, young people and their...
Emma qualified as a Paediatric Nurse from Birmingham City University’s Dip HE course in 2011, she then began her career at Birmingham Children’s Hospital on the Liver and small bowel unit. In 2012 she moved to Heartlands Hospital on the paediatric inpatient ward. During her 9 years at UHB she progressed to a Sister’s role...
Senior Lecturer - Child Nursing
Nathalie Turville is a Senior Lecturer within the Department for Children and Young People’s Health at Birmingham City University. Nathalie qualified as a Children’s Nurse in 1991 and specialised in neonatal cardiology and surgery. She joined the University in 2001 and has taught on and coordinated a number of modules...
Senior Lecturer in Child Nursing
Alison joined the Department of Children and Young People’s health in July 2019 following a career in nursing spanning 37 years. She has both Child and Adult nursing qualifications. Prior to joining BCU she was the Clinical Matron for Children and Young People’s Services at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust...
Prior to joining, she completed her Diploma in Nursing in 2006 in Liverpool, working at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. Sarah went on to work in Manchester for a school nursing team, providing lots of health promotion and education to children and families. She then completed her Specialist Community Public Health Degree...