Staff profile

Neil Loach

Senior Lecturer in Post Graduate Health Care


Health, Social, and Community Work


College of Health, Psychology and Social Care


School of Allied Health and Social Care



I am an experienced Specialist Community Public Health Nurse in the field of Occupational Health. I have been involved in the specialty for over 30 years. 

I am also the current President of iOH The Association of Occupational Health & Wellbeing Professionals. 

I am the Pathway Lead for Occupational Health Nursing across the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. 

I am a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health & Fellow of the Higher Education Authority.

I have four Miniature Schnauzers

Teaching responsibilities

I teach on the Specialist Community Public Health Nursing Program, Masters in Public Health and Working in a Differing Field of Practice, and also on the MSc Adult Nursing Programme (Leading to Registration).

I am a Module Leader for a variety of subjects including Leadership, Long Term Conditions, and Ergonomics.

Professional interests

Research interests

Membership of professional bodies


Experience in industry

30 years experience in Occupational Health across all major sectors including 20 plus years in NHS Occupational Health.

In the media


Recent publications

For my most recent publications, please look at my ResearchGate profile

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