Staff profiles

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  • Paola Armato-Harris

    Lecturer in Midwifery / Lead PMA / Course Leader for A-EQUIP module

    After completing her degree at the University of Wolverhampton in early 2013, Paola worked as a full time midwife at her hospital of training- Dudley Group Foundation NHS Trust, gaining valuable experience in all areas of maternity care settings.  With her passion for teaching clearly evident early in her career, assisted with...

  • 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...

  • Lucille Casey

    Assistant Lecturer

    Lucille trained in Midwifery at Birmingham City University and qualified in 2000. She then worked at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital (BHH), orientating to all departments, and becoming core staff on a midwifery led postnatal ward. In 2003, she moved to Birmingham Women’s Hospital to become core staff on the Birth Centre, the...

  • 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.

  • Dr Alison Edwards

    Visiting Lecturer - Midwifery

    Alison first qualified as a general nurse in 1988 and following a few years as a nurse in gynaecology and care of the elderly, a move into Midwifery was made. The main areas Alison worked in included fetal medicine, day assessment, coordination of delivery suite and also managing a postnatal and antenatal ward. This lead into...

  • Beth Griffiths

    Senior Lecturer 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...

  • Julie Hadley

    Head of Department for Midwifery and Lead Midwife for Education

    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...

  • Sharon Hadley

    Senior Midwifery Lecturer

    Sharon has been a midwife since 2002 where she worked clinically in all areas of midwifery including the labour ward, postnatal wards, community and both alongside and free standing MLU’s. During this time Sharon also worked for 12 months in a sure start children’s centre assisting parents to be with antenatal education and...

  • Ruby Handley-Stone

    Lecturer in Midwifery and Admissions Tutor

    As a BCU graduate, Ruby is now a part-time midwifery lecturer whilst also maintaining her clinical role within University Hospitals Birmingham as a registered band 6 midwife. Within UHB, Ruby first qualified a rotational midwife and is now a core member on the delivery suite team. She began to teach at BCU in 2018, and now...

  • Louise Hartin

    Senior Lecturer in Midwifery / Course Leader for A-EQUIP module

    Louise joined the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Birmingham City University in 2014 and is one of our senior midwife lecturers. Previously an adult nurse prior to qualification as a Midwife, Louise now focuses just within midwifery. Her clinical background covers all four local NHS trusts and was predominantly working...

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