John has a nursing background in critical care; primarily in intensive care, including care of patients with neurological conditions. He also has experience of working in cardiac critical care.
Dr Suzanne Bench specialises in critical care nursing and her research interests are in the psychological recovery of patients and their families after critical illness.
Dr Chowthi-Williams is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Health and Social Care with interests in Public Health, Primary Care, Change Management and Leadership, and how change is managed in organisations. She is a Link Lecturer for North East London NHS Foundation Trust, in particular for the Redbridge Borough.
Marie is the Principal Lecturer for Pre–registration Adult Nursing in the Division of Adult Nursing and Midwifery within the School of Health and Social Care. She has over twenty years' experience in nurse education and clinical practice.
Michelle is a Senior Lecturer in children's nursing and Course Director for CPPD. Michelle's specialty is with child & adolescent development and mental health, education theories and nursing research.
Sarah trained as registered nurse at the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel, qualifying in 1992, and completed midwifery training at St Thomas' and Guy's Hospitals in 1994. Sarah's specialist interests are culture and childbirth, female genital cutting, sickle cell and thalassaemia and high-risk pregnancy surveillance.
Gary Francis is Associate Professor and School Lead for Practice Skills Learning and Simulation. Gary oversees the student and staff activity that occurs in the skills labs and helps support and develops the clinical skills and simulation capacity and capability with academic staff, technical support, clinical partners and students.
Yvonne is a strategic and operational lead for practice learning within the School of Health and Social Care. Yvonne has a particular focus on developing new practice learning opportunities (placements) for all pre-registration nursing programmes. Her doctorate was an investigation of newly qualified nurses’ stressors and stress-mediating factors.
Pam is a Registered General Nurse with an extensive clinical background in neuroscience nursing, having worked in several tertiary centres. Her last clinical post was as a Matron for a surgical directorate in a district general hospital. Her current role is within the School of Health and Social Care as a Senior Lecturer in adult nursing.
Pam has clinical interests in acute care, neurosciences nursing, management and clinical leadership.
Dr Vincent Icheku is a Senior Lecturer in the department of Adult Nursing and Midwifery Studies. His academic areas of teaching expertise and research interests include research methods, public health, social policies and their impact on health and social wellbeing, legal and ethical issues in health and social care practice, and human rights of vulnerable people.
Siobhan has fifteen years' clinical experience within neurocritical care at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. Her interests also include the acute and ongoing care of neuroscience patients from a clinical perspective.
Anthony provides academic leadership to a dedicated group of academic and clinically focused staff, each of whom contributes to our portfolio of pre-registration adult nursing and/or post-graduate CPPD courses for healthcare professionals.
Michael is part-time Senior Lecturer in Cardiac Nursing and also works as a specialist nurse in arrhythmia management. He is responsible for the post-registration cardiac programme and runs study days on ECG interpretation and cardiac critical care skills.
Dr Louise Terry is Reader in Law and Ethics, and specialises in teaching health and social care law and ethics. She has particular interest in withholding and withdrawing medical treatment, resource allocation, nursing wisdom, public administration and professional practice.
Rosetta's specialist areas include Older Peoples' services, Diabetic Management, Acute and General Medical Nursing. She is currently an EdD student at LSBU researching Education for Sustainable Development, and its explicit inclusion in the Adult Nursing Curriculum.
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LSBU awards six honorary graduates and fellows
10 November 2017