My background in Complementary Therapies specialising in Reflexology contributes to the broader subject area of Public Health particularly in the area of Health Promotion. Module leadership and teaching on Health Studies and Public Health awards at the University are my main responsibilities coupled with supervision of undergraduate final year project students and Masters Dissertation students. I am currently undertaking the Professional Doctorate in Health and Wellbeing which should be completed by 2018.
Summary of main responsibilities
- Contribute to the development and design of new educational products in line with the requirements of the University, Faculty and external markets.
- Facilitate student learning using a range of teaching methods and resources in a variety of learning environments.
- Develop and improve the student learning experience using feedback from students and partners in placements.
- Evaluate and support student progression using a wide range of appropriate assessment methods.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of your own learning teaching and assessment performance against faculty, University and where appropriate professional and national standards.
- Engage in and contribute to the development and delivery of interdisciplinary learning, teaching and assessment.
- Engage in research activities that are in line with the strategic direction of the Faculty.
- Contribute to income generation activities including bidding for funding, undertaking funded research projects, consultancy, knowledge transfer and international activities as requested by your line manager.
- Disseminate and publish research findings and scholarly activity.
- Undertake staff development that ensures that you are up to date with current research in your field of practice/ study.