Our Staff

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  • 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...

  • Paul Millwood

    Senior Lecturer

    Paul has worked in mental health nursing and nurse education for 34 years, with his time in practice being spent in community and specialist forensic mental health settings for children and adolescents. Following completion of his mental health and adult nurse training in the 1980s, Paul worked in a number of senior clinical...

  • Kim Moore

    Senior Lecturer

    Kim Moore has extensive skills and knowledge in mental health nursing having worked in both Australian and UK health settings. She has a wide range of experience having worked in nursing roles that include ward manager, service manager, Clinical Nurse Specialist and as a Nurse Consultant for ‘dual diagnosis’ services in London...

  • Pam Morley

    Senior Lecturer

    Pam is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mental Health, School of Nursing, and part of the module team for NUR 4032 – Assessing Needs and Planning Care, which runs on the BSc Future Nurse Curriculum and MSc Dual Integrated Award.  She is part of the team for Operation Simulation in the second year of nursing...

  • Helen Needham

    Senior Lecturer

    Helen worked for 25 years as a Community Nurse for people with Learning Disabilities. She became a full time member of the Learning Disability Nursing team at Birmingham City University in 2016. Helen is a qualified counsellor with a particular interest in the psychological wellbeing of people with Learning disabilities....

  • Dr Andrea Page

    Associate Professor

    Andrea is a registered nurse for people with learning disabilities, with 30 years plus experience in this field. Prior to joining Birmingham City University in 2000, she was a community nurse for people with learning disabilities. Throughout her career she has always had an interest in how challenging behaviours are managed...

  • Samantha Salmon

    Lecturer

    Prior to lecturing Samantha worked at a short breaks service for adults with learning disabilities, ranging from profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) to mild learning disabilities, focusing on increasing independence. The service comprised of two units, one adapted to accommodate people with complex physical...

  • Victoria Skerrett

    Senior Lecturer

    Victoria has worked in mental health nursing and nurse education since 1998, with her time in practice being spent in Forensic Mental Health settings and as a Community Mental Health Nurse. She entered mental health work after studying Theology at the University of St Andrews and the University of Birmingham to further her...

  • Cara Todd

    Lecturer

    Cara's most recent clinical role involved managing a community team of mental health nurses and allied professionals who worked with clients with a primary diagnosis of psychosis.  This role involved initiating interventions within a shared care model. Cara specialised in the care and management of complex clients and also...

  • Dr Andrew Walsh

    Senior Lecturer

    Andrew qualified as a mental health nurse in 1982. Before coming to BCU he worked in a range of mental health care settings such as acute mental health care and the mental health of older people. He was a ward manager, a Community Psychiatric Nurse and he also worked in primary care within South Birmingham. Andrew studied...

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