College of Health, Psychology and Social Care staff

Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing

Suzzane Dickson is a Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing at the University of Derby.

Lecturer in Pre-registration Nursing

As a Lecturer on the pre-registration BSc Nursing Programme, Beth supports students with learning, teaching and assessment activities and is based at the St Helena's campus, Chesterfield. Beth qualified as an adult nurse in 2005 and joined the university in 2019, following a varied worldwide nursing career.

Senior Lecturer

Programme Leader/ Senior Lecturer

Senior Lecturer in Social and Community Studies

Dr. Emmanuel Asante after teaching an online class. Most of the books at the background are related to his teaching topic (research methods)
Early Career Academic - Public Sector

Dr Emmanuel Asante is an Early Career Academic (teaching and research) in the School of Health, Psychology, and Social Care at the University of Derby

Denise standing by the balcony at the University's Kedleston Road campus in the atrium. She is wearing black rimmed glasses and a blue sleeveless top.
Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the College of Health, Psychology and Social Care

Denise is Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the College of Health, Psychology and Social Care at the University. She previously managed pre-qualifying healthcare and our foundation degrees/higher apprenticeships. She is currently studying for a professional doctorate exploring how apprenticeship policy is being implemented in the National Health Service.

Ian standing outside, smiling.
Senior Lecturer in Psychology

Dr Baker is the Programme Leader for our B.Sc. (Hons) in Psychology degree (including the Foundation Year and Industrial Placement Year variants). He is also the Module Leader for Anomalistic Psychology and Parapsychology. Whilst most of his teaching focuses on quantitative research methods, he teaches across various modules at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Dr Amy Baraniak
Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology

Amy is Programme Director for our MSc Health Psychology programmes (campus and online). She is also involved in supervising undergraduate and postgraduate student projects.

Head shot of Deborah Bardouille, smiling.
Senior Lecturer in Social and Community Studies

Deborah Bardouille is a Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of Health, Psychology, Health and Social Care and has 30 plus years of experience in the fields of Social Work Practice and Social Work Education. Deborah is committed to developing sound, professional, newly qualified social workers, who will provide caring welfare support for vulnerable people within our communities.