People

 

Mrs Eloise Nolan

Teaching Fellow
Reasonable Adjustments Coordinator

Nursing

Eloise is an experienced mental health nurse with an interest in mental health promotion and Solution Focused Therapy.

Eloise teaches on a variety of topics relating to mental health and mental health nursing. A dynamic educator using a range of teaching methods including creative art and story-telling.

Eloise also acts as Reasonable Adjustments ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 6659

Email e.nolan@bham.ac.uk

Mrs Carol Sanders

Mrs Carol Sanders

Lecturer in Nursing

Nursing

Carol Sanders is a Lecturer in Nursing and PhD student within the College of Medical and Dental Sciences. Carol is a registered adult and public health nurse.

Nursing background
A Registered Nurse since 1988 with a clinical background in acute care, accident & emergency and the community (occupational health). Carol has been with the University of Birmingham since July ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 3187

Email c.j.sanders@bham.ac.uk

Dr Karen Shaw

Birmingham Research Fellow

Nursing

Karen Shaw is a Research Psychologist with a track record in children’s health service development and research. Her work generally focuses on service improvement for children with long-term or life-shortening conditions. Areas of particular interest include transitional care, end-of-life care, user involvement, and psychosocial aspects of childhood illness.

Karen ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 8370

Email k.l.shaw@bham.ac.uk

Mr Richard Standage

Mr Richard Standage

Teaching Fellow

Nursing

Richard Standage is a Registered General Nurse and a Registered Children’s Nurse and teaches on the Bachelor of Nursing degree. His main contributions are to the Child Field of Practice modules, but he also contributes to the first year Introduction to Nursing module, the second year Elective, the third year Transition to Professional Practice Module and the programme wide Moving ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 3570

Email r.j.standage@bham.ac.uk

Dr Amelia Swift

Dr Amelia Swift

Lecturer

Nursing

Amelia studied nursing at Charles Frear’s School of Nursing in Leicester before taking up posts in Leicester, Liverpool and Birmingham in Acute Surgery, Intensive Care and Chronic Pain Management.  Her special interest is in pain management and Amelia enjoys teaching pain physiology and management to students from different health disciplines as well as conducting research into ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 6923

Email a.swift@bham.ac.uk

Mr Christopher Wagstaff

Lecturer

Nursing

Chris Wagstaff is a nursing lecturer at the School of Health & Population Sciences, University of Birmingham, where he has worked since 2004. As a lecturer on the BNurs programme he has teaching, administration and research responsibilities. The details of his undergraduate teaching are listed below and his PhD research is a qualitative study into why people disengage from ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 415 8589

Email c.wagstaff@bham.ac.uk

Miss Julie Werrett

Lecturer

Nursing

Julie Werrett is a lecturer in health psychology and research methods.

Julie has conducted and published research in scientific journals as well as acting as a reviewer. Her more recent research has been undertaken on patient needs in cancer genetic counselling.   

 

Email j.a.werrett@bham.ac.uk

Dr Herman Wheeler

Lecturer in Health Sciences, Medical Law & Ethics, Nursing Sciences & Psychology
Lead for Joint University of Birmingham & University Hospital Birmingham NHS (F) Trust Mentor Preparation Programme
Clinical link tutor to NHS Trusts

Nursing

Dr Wheeler lectures in Health Sciences, Medical and Nursing Law & Ethics; Psychology and Professional Development, to undergraduate and post-graduate healthcare students, including nursing, medical and physiotherapy students, and supervises Masters and PhD Research.

He gained his PhD from the University of Birmingham in 1994. His doctoral research focused ...

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 3230

Email h.h.wheeler@bham.ac.uk

Mr Stuart Wildman

Mr Stuart Wildman

Lecturer

Nursing

Stuart Wildman is a lecturer in the College of Medical and Dental Sciences.

Stuart has over twenty years of experience in teaching and supporting nursing students at undergraduate and post graduate levels.

 

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 2667

Email s.wildman@bham.ac.uk