Main website search
Saved Courses

Staff

8 items found, viewing items 1 to 8.

  • Amanda Andrews

    Senior Lecturer

    Amanda is a Community Nurse (District Nursing) with a specialist interest in Long Term Condition management. She has been working at Birmingham City University for 10 years, jointly running the primary care module on the BSc Nursing course. Her specialist nursing care areas include Constipation Management, Continence Care and Record Keeping.

  • Jane Cresswell

    Head of Department

    I am Head of Department for Community Care, which sits within the School of Nursing and Midwifery, and I manage a team of 15 academic staff with a responsibility for the Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care, aspects of undergraduate training and many post-registration programmes, including cancer and palliative care. I contribute to teaching and development of undergraduate training, and...

  • Pat Davies

    School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work

    Pat Davies runs courses in five areas of study, these include Tissue Viability Modules, Debridement, Leg Ulcer Care, Pressure Ulcer Care and Wound Management.  

  • Gwyneth Morgan

    School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work

    Gwyneth runs courses in palliative and end-of-life care

  • Sue Rose

    Programme Director

    Sue is Programme Director for the Foundation Degree in Health and Social Care.

  • Dion Smyth

    Lecturer Practitioner

    Dion is a lecturer-practitioner in cancer and palliative care and teach on both the undergraduate pre- and post-registration curriculum and postgraduate courses. In the pre-registration BSc nursing programme he co-ordinates the module Nursing Practice 2, which addresses such item as cancer; immunology and auto-immune conditions such as diabetes and MS; genetics; haematology and blood...

  • Bernie St Aubyn

    Senior Lecturer

    Bernie is a health visitor and midwife by background with a long career of working on the community. She has been working at Birmingham City University for 10 years and has jointly run the Primary Care module for that time. Her special interests are Women’s Health, Public Health and Record Keeping.

  • Dr Mark Wareing

    Senior Lecturer

    Mark completed his Nurse Training (RGN) at Birmingham College of Nurse Education and held a number of nursing posts in medicine and surgery before his appointment as a Clinical Nurse Specialist employed by the Department of Urology in Oxford. He served for four years as a Captain in the Territorial Army medical services and undertook a three-month operational tour in Iraq in 2004. Mark has...

8 items found, viewing items 1 to 8.