Staff Profiles: School of Health and Social Care

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Dr. Liz Berragan

Senior Lecturer in Nursing

Health and Social Care

I am passionate about learning and teaching, guiding and supporting students to become compassionate and responsive healthcare practitioners. My research interests include student experiences of learning and teaching in healthcare education, the development of professional identity for healthcare students, simulation-based education and inter-professional learning for healthcare.

Steve Bullock

Steve Bullock

Academic Course Leader for various children and youth related courses

Health and Social Care

I have been involved in youth work since I was a young person myself and have substantial experience of working in different ways and settings and still volunteer today. My teaching is enhanced by this experience and my current PHD studies.

Sue Chilton

Sue Chilton

Senior Lecturer in Health Studies

Health and Social Care

A love of people, how they tick and interact and their different responses to life’s challenges has always underpinned my desire to nurse as well as influence care delivery through my teaching.

Prof. Diane Crone

Prof. Diane Crone

Professor of Exercise Science

Health and Social Care

Sport and Exercise

I teach and research in areas related to health improvement, including public policy and active transport, the role of purposeful activity in health promotion, physical activity for mental health improvement and qualitative research methods.

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Dr. Tabitha Dickson

Research Assistant in Sport, Exercise, Health and Wellbeing

Health and Social Care

Sport and Exercise

I support research across the Research Priority Area of Sport, Exercise, Health and Wellbeing. I have a background in Exercise Physiology with a particular interest in rock climbing performance and physical activity research.

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Richard Dobbs

Lecturer

Youth Work

I have worked with young people in a variety of settings (youth centres, support projects) since graduating and continue to do so - working with young people leaving local authority care. Seeing young people grow and progress has been very rewarding.

Natalie Dowling

Natalie Dowling

Senior Lecturer in Youth Work and Placement Coordinator

Youth Work

Health and Social Care

I have experience working for a range of youth organisations and always enjoyed the new and exciting experiences this brings. Having worked in a range of different environments enables me to bring practice examples into lecture discussions.

Justin Dunne

Justin Dunne

Senior Tutor for the School of Health and Social Care

Health and Social Care

Youth Work

Having spent a number of years in practice working with incredibly vulnerable people, I’m passionate about helping students work with care and precision with those in need of help and support.

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Stuart Guy

Senior Lecturer Mental Health Nursing

Health and Social Care

I am the Academic Course Leader for the BSc (Hons) Nursing (Mental Health)

David Hambling

David Hambling

Course Leader Social Work BSc Hons Degree

Health and Social Care

Social work is a responsible and privileged career finding out about peoples lives, listening to their stories and ensuring their rights are respected. Helping people make sense of what is happening in their lives is incredibly important. My passion is to help students learn about the knowledge, skills and values required to practice as a social worker.

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Kate Hammond

Lecturer in Social Work, Social Care and Youth Work

Health and Social Care

Youth Work

I am a Qualified Social Worker and Senior Practitioner, who is registered with HCPC. I have 12 years experience in 'Front Line' Children and Families Social Work for both the Local Authority, and therapeutically within the private sector. I joined the University in June 2018 as a Lecturer in Social Work, Social Care and Youth Work. My specialism is mental ill health in children and young people, and trauma and attachment.

Michael Isles

Michael Isles

Senior Lecturer in Social Work

Health and Social Care

Law

Learning should be enjoyable as well as challenging - I always strive to achieve these goals in my teaching, particularly as I have such engaging subjects as law and policy, and mental health.

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Rachel Jefferies

Academic Course Lead Adult Nursing

I am a registered nurse with an MA in Education (Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. I am currently the Academic Course Lead for the BSc (Hons) adult nursing.

Jayne Lewis

Jayne Lewis

Senior Lecturer in Social Work

Health and Social Care

My interest lies with what makes us human, disability, safe-guarding, risk, choice and what it is to relate to the other person in their lived experience. I teach on modules related to disability, infant mental health and interpersonal skills.

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Andy Lloyd

Lecturer

Health and Social Care

Andy Lloyd currently works at the Department of Applied Sciences, University of Gloucestershire as a Lecturer in Nursing. As well as conducting action research in the nursing field, Andy pursues independent qualitative research in Astrophysics and Astronomy, with an interest in the outer solar system. He is the author of three books, and has had several chapters and articles published in a variety of books and magazines.

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Matt Perry

Senior Lecturer & Academic Course Lead, Paramedic Science

Health and Social Care

I am a Senior Lecturer and the Academic Course Lead for Paramedic Science at the University of Gloucestershire.

Dr. Mark Redmond

Dr. Mark Redmond

Senior Lecturer in Health and Social Care

Health and Social Care

My passion for social care stems from a desire to promote change and address inequality and inequity. For nearly 30 years I have straddled academic and practice life - working with many different groups of people. I just love it!

Denise Wright

Denise Wright

Senior Tutor/Snr Lecturer in Social Work, Placements Co-ordinator

Health and Social Care

I came to social work as a mature student. I had great placements and educators which helped me take my learning into the workplace. I am passionate that all students have the same experience and become the best social workers they can be.