Our Staff

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  • Tony Barlow

    Senior Lecturer

    Tony has been a senior lecturer at Birmingham City University since 2004, with responsibilities focusing on Post Registration teaching provision. He is a Deputy Program Director (Professional Practice) as well as the Deputy Insurance Lead on the Faculty Academic and Ethics Committee. His areas of interest include psycho-social...

  • Jim Chapman

    Head of Department of Mental Health and Learning Disabilities

    Jim is Head of Department for Mental health and Learning Disabilities. Prior to moving into education, he worked as a mental health nurse in in-patient and community mental health settings, specialising in providing urgent and crisis care to working age adults. As an academic, Jim has worked across undergraduate and...

  • Cheryl Chessum

    Visiting Lecturer/Practitioner

    Cheryl started her nursing career with registration as a learning disability nurse, something that has proved invaluable to helping her work with people with a dual diagnosis – mental health and learning difficulties or with families where a member has a learning difficulty. She then went on to complete Registered Mental...

  • Karen Cross

    Senior Lecturer - Practice Development & Support

    Karen is an RMN and most of her roles post qualification were in community settings at both day hospitals, primary care teams and community mental health teams. Karen joined the university in 2004 as the Senior Lecturer for placement support and development for mental health and learning disability nursing. This role...

  • Dr Jonathan Gadsby

    Research Fellow

    Jonathan Gadsby qualified as a mental health nurse in 2001. He has worked in a variety of in-patient and community settings. He has a Masters in Philosophy and Ethics of Mental Health, post-graduate certificates in Research and in Education, and a PhD in the politics of mental health and voice-hearing. He is a founder member of...

  • Carole Germaine

    Senior Lecturer

    Carole qualified as a registered mental health nurse in 1984 and worked in acute mental health before being promoted to unit manager for an older peoples respite unit. She spent nine years working as a community psychiatric nurse in inner city Birmingham, gaining experience within a home treatment team and working with the...

  • Helen Goulding

    Senior Lecturer

    Helen is currently working as a lecturer in learning disability nursing, mostly concentrating on forensic care and epilepsy. She runs the online epilepsy care module for the dimensions in health care course. She also teaches pre-registration learning disability nurses on the Diploma in Higher Education course about health...

  • Catharine Jenkins

    Reader

    Catharine’s teaching responsibilities are focused around the care of older people with mental health problems and her main area of expertise is dementia care. She also teaches on diversity issues and transcultural mental health nursing. Catharine is interested in creative approaches to active learning for nurse education...

  • Marion Johnson

    Senior Lecturer

    Marion is a senior lecturer in mental health nursing teaching undergraduate students. She has worked in a variety of settings within mental health services, inpatient, community and specialist services. Her particular area of interest is working with diverse communities/groups and the use of the Equality Act (2010). Marion...

  • Imran Khan

    Senior Lecturer

    Imran has worked in a variety of community and in-patient facilities and since entering higher education and he has tried to keep clinical skills up-to-date by engaging in practice to complement my teaching. He has an interest in learning support mechanisms for pre-registration nurses and has also looked at users’ attitudes...

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