Ranjit currently leads and
co-ordinates the School’s public health and wellbeing
portfolio. He ensures that the management, review, learning
outcomes and assessment of Undergraduate and Postgraduate
awards in this area comply with the strategic framework of the
QAA, the needs of statutory bodies (e.g. the Faculty of Public
Health) and are in line with the School's business objectives.
He also plays a key role in developing new leads to enhance
the current teaching and research portfolio, assists the School
with its internationalisation strategy, and is a core member
of the marketing and publicity committee.
Working in collaboration with his
colleagues, Ranjit teaches and supervises students at all
levels on the Master of Public Health (MPH) award, BSc (Hons)
Health Studies and BSc (Hons) Public Health. He also has a
good understanding of the requirements of Complementary
Therapies education and played an active role in the
development of the Foundation Degree portfolio. His
specialist teaching areas include transcultural and BME health
issues, public health, change management, the use of theatre
in health education, e-learning and research.
Previous roles include leading the
school in the creation of reusable learning objects for the
Universities Collaboration into e-learning project (co-ordinated by
the University of Cambridge – see www.ucel.ac.uk). He is also an
external examiner at the The University of Staffordshire for their
MPH (Distance Learning).
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