I like to start by getting an understanding of how much you know, and what areas you're concerned about so that we can work through them together. My main method of teaching is going through and explaining a topic, answering any questions as we go, and then setting tasks or giving you a quiz after to confirm your understanding.
I'm currently studying a research Masters in global public health and policy, and have a Bachelors degree in Medical Science. I've studied anatomy and physiology at degree level and passed the exams with firsts. I tutored fellow students in these topics, as well as GCSE and A-level students in biology.
Education and Qualifications:
MRes Global Public Health and Policy, Queen Mary University of London, 2020-2021
This degree allows for the development of a research-led approach to the study of Global Public Health and Policy, alongside teaching the key research skills needed for doctoral-level study. The modules have an emphasis on the social determinants of health; a focus on the interface between politics and policy; a concern for social justice; and a stress upon primary care acting as a platform for effective public health action.
Alongside the modules offered in conjunction with the School's Global Health MSc’s, MRes students study compulsory modules in research design, qualitative and quantitative methods, which are taken jointly with social science students from a range of disciplines across Queen Mary, King’s College London and Imperial College London as part of the training offered by the ESRC funded London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership.
BMedSci Health and Human Sciences, University of Sheffield, 2014-2017
Result: Upper 2:1 with Honours
This degree combined the social and physiological sides of health care to allow students to develop a more comprehensive understanding of the health service environment. It involved some group work, as well as independent study and was assessed through assignments and exams.
I took part in Achieve More which enabled me to reflect on my own identity as a global citizen. It involved a short module entitled; Health Challenge – Local Engagement and Global Citizenship, within which I worked with students from other disciplines within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health to engage with local communities to consider the impact of cultural differences on their perceptions of health. As a third-year student, I was on the Students’ Union Council as the BME Students’ Councillor, as well as being the Chair of the BME Students’ Committee alongside other representative roles. My focus was to ensure all students felt able to engage with the activities and services on offer to them, as well as to make the Union more accessible and inclusive.
A-Level, High Storrs Sixth Form, 2011-2013
Subjects: English Language, Film Studies, Psychology
GCSE, High Storrs School, 2009-2011
Subjects: English, Maths, Science, IT, Sociology, History, Religious Education, BTEC Health and Social Care
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