Catherine Hale RN

Catherine Hale RN

College of Medical and Dental Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK


Catherine originally came to the Centre for Biomedical Ethics based within Primary Care Clinical Sciences at the University of Birmingham in 1998 as a part-time post-graduate student, whilst working as a lecturer part-time teaching health care ethics as well as law, including professional legal qualifications for solicitors, legal executives and paralegals.

Upon completing her MSc in Health Care Ethics in 2000 she obtained a full-time lectureship in Medical Law and Ethics at the University of Birmingham and is now a Senior Lecturer within the Medicine, Ethics, Society and History (MESH) group. During her career at the University of Birmingham she has taught and administered a wide variety of programmes particularly within the Medical School and continues to specialise in medical law, combining her previous clinical experience especially as a transplant co-ordinator, with her considerable teaching and legal expertise.

Research Interest

Cancer, Ethnic Minorities, Advocacy, Service Provision, Communication

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