Staff profiles

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  • Lisa Abbott

    Associate Head of School

    As Associate Head of School, Lisa is a proud advocate of Nursing and Midwifery at BCU. Throughout her 15 years working here, Lisa has enjoyed a variety of roles including Head of Department for Children’s and Young People’s Health, Deputy Programme Leader for Children’s Nursing, Senior Lecturer and Lecturer Practitioner. Lisa...

  • Natasha Carr

    Senior Midwifery Lecturer

    As a senior lecturer in the Midwifery Department, Natasha is responsible for providing, supporting and facilitating teaching and learning on both the long and short BSc (Hons) Midwifery Programmes. In addition, Natasha teaches alongside colleagues on the Examination of the Newborn Programme and lead the Professional Midwifery...

  • Stefan Cash

    Senior Lecturer Children’s Nursing

    Since qualifying as a Paediatric Nurse in the early 90’s Stefan has held several senior nursing and managerial positions within the NHS and Higher Education. His clinical career was mainly spent specialising in Paediatric Accident and Emergency with a period of time spend in directorate management while also holding honorary...

  • Laura Clifford

    Lecturer in Midwifery/Clinical Support

    Laura worked as a clinical midwife in a high risk unit after she qualified. She has also worked for two years as a volunteer, teaching midwifery in a Nurse Training School in the North West of Uganda.

  • Alison Edwards

    Programme Director

    Alison has been a nurse and midwife since 1985 and has been in higher education for over 10 years. She holds a registered teaching qualification with the NMC. Having completed a Masters degree a few years ago, it felt the right time to pursue a doctorate. Having written and published a number of articles and skills books, she...

  • Anne-Marie England

    Senior Lecturer Child Health

    Anne-Marie enjoys encouraging and supporting students in developing their knowledge, skills and professional attributes in the nursing care of children and their families.   This also involves supporting and guiding students in effective ways to learn and demonstrating their knowledge and skills in both University and...

  • Irene Garzón

    Assistant midwifery lecturer

    Irene has been a midwife for 16 years and she has worked in most areas of midwifery in several countries. Clinically Irene has worked in different hospital wards, delivery suite, birth centre and she has also worked several years as an independent midwife. This has given Irene a broad in-depth knowledge of women´s health and...

  • Joy Grech

    Senior Lecturer

    Prior to my academic career at Birmingham City University I had a successful and varied career in the National Health Service. I began my career in adult intensive care before moving to Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Paediatric Intensive Care to pursue a career in Children’s Cardiac and Intensive Care Nursing. In the following...

  • Beth Griffiths

    Teaching Fellow in Midwifery

    Beth qualified as a midwife in 2004, initially rotating between the antenatal/ postnatal ward, maternity admissions unit and labour ward before gaining a core role on labour ward at The University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL). Extensive labour ward skills were obtained and developed though the core midwifery role as she...

  • Susie Guthrie

    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...

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