Dr Enzo Lazzaro is a specialist Urological Surgeon who has been practicing in the lower North Shore of Sydney and Northern Beaches areas for more than 25 years. The implantation of urological prosthetic devices for the management of erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence.
During the time that Dr Lazzaro has been in practice there have been many advances the field of urology, including the evolution of laparoscopic urology, the development of the flexible ureteroscope and the advancement of implantable devices and the development of the Da Vinci™ Robot.
Professor Dame Jessica Corner is Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research and Knowledge Exchange) at The University of Nottingham. Professor Brian Webster-Henderson is University Dean of Learning and Teaching and Professor in Nursing at Edinburgh Napier University. Dr Cath O’Halloran is Head of the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Huddersfield. Patrick Callaghan is Professor of Mental Health Nursing and Head of the School of Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham where he leads the Mental Health Research Programme. A Mental Health Nurse, Chartered Health Psychologist, Chartered Health Scientist and Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy, Professor Callaghan has worked in mental health for 30 years. Dr Nigel Harrison is an adult and mental health nurse who has worked in a variety of clinical and management roles in the Midlands, London and North West of England.
Professor Ruth Taylor is Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean of the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education at Anglia Ruskin University. Ruth was awarded a prestigious Florence Nightingale Foundation leadership scholarship in 2012 which took her to Seattle, Sydney and London where she was able to investigate approaches to nursing education, women’s leadership, and forge collaborations around an area of expertise (social capital in nursing education). Jan Draper is Professor of Nursing in the Faculty of Health and Social Care at The Open University (OU).
Following a successful career in the NHS Professor June Girvin joined Oxford Brookes in 2001.
Before joining the University of South Wales as Dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences and Education in December 2014, Martin was Associate Dean, Director of Undergraduate Studies at City University London (2011-2014). Martin has represented City University London at the Council of London Deans for Health, Council of Deans of Health, and at various Local Education and Training Boards (LETBs) in London.
Carol is the current Chair of the Northern Ireland Practice and Education Council for Nurses and Midwives (NIPEC). Professor Ian Murray is the Head of School of Nursing and Midwifery at Robert Gordon University. He is an entrepreneurial senior academic with comprehensive experienced gathered over a career spanning 25 years. Dr Lazzaro has embraced those advances and undertaken specific training in these areas.  He pioneered the introduction of laparoscopic urology at his hospitals. She was previously Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Southampton.
A podiatrist by professional background she started her education career at the Durham School of Podiatry where she taught for 12 years.


He was Associate Director (Research Engagement) at the National Institute of Health Research Clinical Research Network (Mental Health) 2011-2015, was the first elected Chair of Mental Health Nurse Academics UK and sits on the steering committee of Horatio: The European Association of Mental Health Nursing. He co-led the education group of the Chief Nursing Officer’s Review of Mental Health Nursing in England in 2005 and is a former non-executive director of the Mental Health Act Commission in England. He is Executive Dean of the College of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Central Lancashire, providing education, research and innovation with nursing, midwifery, allied health and sports science students. The faculty is a large multi-site organisation which educates nursing, midwifery, social work, social policy and education students. Her current role includes membership of the LETB for the East of England, and a Trust Board of Governor role. Her role is to lead the development and delivery of flexible practice-based learning provision for the nursing and healthcare workforce. In June 2010 she was appointed as Pro Vice Chancellor (Development and Alumni Relations) and Executive Dean of the restructured Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. She recently took up post as Associate Dean, Strategic Workforce Planning and Development at Northumbria University having previously been Dean of Health and Life Sciences at York St John University. Before taking up the post of Dean, Carol has been Head of School of Nursing, Chief Executive of Ulster Educational Partnerships Ltd and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Life and Health Sciences.
Carol is keen to advance inter-professional learning across the faculty and to maximise the relationship between research and teaching and learning. He has a robust track record of innovation and leadership with extensive experience of negotiating on behalf of universities, working within regulatory systems and international liaison with governments and higher education agencies.
Jessica was Director of the Centre of Cancer and Palliative Care Studies and Deputy Dean (Nursing) at the Institute of Cancer Research at the Royal Marsden Hospital for 12 years and was the first nurse to be appointed to a Chair at the Institute. As both a mental health nurse and an adult nurse, Brian has held senior clinical positions in both areas prior to moving into higher education in 1997. She holds an MSc in Rehabilitation Studies from the University of Southampton and a PhD from Newcastle University. His research interests are evaluating psychosocial interventions in mental health and acute care, testing social cognition models of health-related behaviour in relation to exercise and mental health policy and service evaluation. Nigel is chair of the North West Council of Deans of Health and co-chair of the Health Education England NW Higher Education partnership. Ruth is a nurse by background and worked in oncology and general practice settings across the world before moving into Higher Education at Robert Gordon University in 1998. A key focus of this activity concerns learning and development opportunities for the healthcare support workforce including a unique, part-time distance learning route to nurse registration for employed healthcare assistants.
June qualified as a Registered General Nurse in 1976 from the Queen Elizabeth School of Nursing, Birmingham and maintains her registration as a nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Bartholomew’s Hospital, London and remained in clinical practice at what is now Barts Health NHS Trust as a specialist in Men’s Health (Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation) until December 2014.


His core skills include management and leadership combined with excellent presentation, interpersonal and communication skills.
At the Council’s 2015 AGM, proposals were agreed to restructure the Executive Team, which will be phased in over the next 18 months. In 2005 she was seconded to Macmillan Cancer Support to work as Director of Improving Cancer Services, returning to Southampton University in 2008. Brian’s research interests are within substance misuse, with a particular focus on alcohol related issues including substance use and misuse amongst higher education students. Cath has over 30 years’ experience of healthcare workforce education which has included working with many of the health and social care professions and their professional, statutory and regulatory bodies. During her time in Scotland, Ruth’s research focused on the student experience and was influential in the development of initiatives that improved student retention nationally.
Jan has undertaken a range of research projects under the broad heading of ‘life course transitions’ and a second research theme relates to professional work-based learning including student support in practice, the transition to registered practitioner and beyond and the impact of learning on practice.
She believes strongly in the benefits of coaching for leadership development and personally coaches two clients per year. Pam has a track record as a REF returnable researcher in the areas of ‘risk, safety and falls prevention’ and ‘behaviour change and decision making in long-term conditions’. He has published widely in academic journals on the subject of Urology and Men’s Health, and edited four textbooks in anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology. The main change is a shift away from profession-based roles to portfolio roles (Research, Teaching & Learning, International, Workforce, and Regulation) and a new Treasurer post. Jessica was also a member of the Higher Education Funding Council 2014 Research Excellence Framework sub-panel for allied health professionals, dentistry, nursing and midwifery and pharmacy. Brian is also Convener of the Council of Deans of Health Scotland, providing leadership across the health related subjects in Scottish higher education.
She combines practical experience of curriculum development and innovation with a research interest in inter-professional education and the use of theory in curriculum design and evaluation.
Her research interests currently focus on compassion in the curriculum, workforce issues including the culture of healthcare practice, and leadership including student nurses as leaders.
She is a mentor and role model for the Higher Education Leadership Foundation’s Aurora Programme. She is currently one of the lead Professors in ‘Reporting of Safety in Organisational Care Transfers (PRoSOCT)’, which is funded by the Health Foundation and collaborative with the University of Nottingham and three NHS Trusts.



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