Staff profiles

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  • Julie Hadley

    Senior Lecturer in Midwifery

    Julie is a Senior Lecturer in Midwifery. She has been employed in higher education since 2008. After qualifying, she worked as a midwife at the Birmingham Women's Hospital and later as a Research Midwife. She was then employed as a project manager and research teacher and was involved in developing, delivering and assessing...

  • Jon Harrison

    Senior Lecturer

    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...

  • Louise Hartin

    Senior Lecturer in Midwifery

    Louise joined the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work at Birmingham City University in 2014 and is one of our midwife lecturers. Her clinical background covers all four local NHS trusts and has been predominantly working within midwifery-led units and midwifery stand-alone units across the West Midlands.

  • Professor Merryl Harvey

    Professor of Nursing and Family Health / Co-lead Elizabeth Bryan Multiples Births Centre

    Merryl joined Birmingham City University in 1995 as a Senior Lecturer. She was appointed Senior Academic in 2012, Reader in 2014 and Professor in 2018. Merryl is co-lead of the Elizabeth Bryan Multiple Births Centre (EBMBC), which was established in 2017. The EBMBC is a collaboration between the Multiple Births Foundation...

  • Lisa Jesson

    Head of Department

    Lisa is currently the Head of the Midwifery and Child health department. She continues to support personal students and teach across the Midwifery courses. She is also the Lead Midwife for Education. As the head of department and lead midwife for education, she is responsible for ensuring that the standards for midwifery...

  • Chris Jones

    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...

  • Clare Knowles

    Senior Lecturer

    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...

  • Helen McIntyre

    Senior Midwifery Lecturer

    Helen commenced her nursing career at Liverpool University gaining a physiology degree using quantitative laboratory methods and registered nurse qualification. She subsequently worked on care of the elderly and medical/surgical gastroenterology wards at University College Hospital London prior to enrolling on a midwifery...

  • Kelvin McMillan

    Assistant Lecturer in Nursing

    Kelvin qualified as a nurse in 2011 at Birmingham City University. His first job was in PICU at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, where he worked for 6 years. During this time Kelvin managed to become a Band 5 Team Leader, and worked with PICU’s Education Team to teach newly qualified staff nurses and student nurses on placement...

  • Samantha Meegan

    Senior Lecturer in Midwifery

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