Jane trained in London at Great Ormond Street and Charring Cross Hospitals and Qualified in 1985 as a paediatric and an adult nurse. She has worked in the field of burns and plastic surgery nursing for over 20 years. She has worked on paediatric burn units both abroad in Australia and Canada as well as in the UK. She joined...
Francesca Leighton is a performance maker and lecturer. She uses performance as a tool to raise awareness, inform, educate and sometimes instigate change. Her specialist areas includefeminist performance and sexuality in performance. She also has experience of devising performance, working on site-specific projects and making...
Senior Lecturer in Cancer and Palliative Care
Debbie lectures in communication and palliative care topics on a range of courses. She is an innovator in communication skills training in nurse education, having led a programme that trains and develops actors to simulate patients and their carers for educational purposes. She is currently a PhD in Palliative Care student...
Judy was a staff midwife at Gloucester Royal Hospital and after having a break for ‘motherhood’ she returned to an orthopaedics/trauma ward for a number of years before working at the Royal orthopaedic hospital in the High Dependency unit. She has always had a keen interest in education and worked as one of the first Practice...
Associate Professor and Acting Head Centre of Engineering
Laura Leyland is an Associate Professor and Acting Head of Centre and has been innovating in engineering education for over 10 years, teaching materials based modules and practical project focussed delivery with a specific interest in developing humanitarian engineering. This module delivery incorporates the...
Scott's lecturing, research and publishing are in the areas of strategy and strategic leadership. His specialism is in the area of leaders’ and executives’ personal values and how they impact strategic choice and leadership.
Senior Lecturer (Skills and Simulation)
In 2000 Cathy joined Birmingham City University when it was known as University of Central England (UCE) following a career working at local Trusts. Cathy qualified at Good Hope Hospital and worked on a general medical ward before moving to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital or University Hospital Birmingham (UHB) as it is known now....
Sarah Eades is a lecturer in our School of Nursing and Midwifery . She has had a long career in nursing - after qualifying in 1985, she worked in the acute sector, before taking roles within community and primary care in 1992, where she subsequently successfully completed a specialist practitioner BSc in community health...
Senior Lecturer in Sound Engineering and Acoustics
Paul Lunn graduated from the University of Derby with a first class degree in Music Technology and Audio System Design BSc. After completing his degree he joined Calrec Audio Ltd where he worked as a Research and Development Engineer, specialising in software engineering of embedded systems and Java Graphic User Interface (GUI)...
Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Dr Adam Lynes is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University, where he has taught since 2012, covering topics such as criminological theory, homicide, and transnational organised and corporate crime.