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  • I am a PhD Scholar in Public Health, studying at the University of West London. I am also working as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Nutrition, Specialist Practioner, Clinical Lecturer & Lead policy developer for the Department of Human Nutrition...More

EXPERIENCE

  • University of West London
    • College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare
    • Clinical Nurse Specialist in Nutrition, Specialist Practitioner, Clinical Lecturer and Lead Policy Developer
    • January 2018 to Present

    Doctoral Research Scholar in Public Health

  • Barts Healthcare NHS Trust
    • Human Nutrition
    • Clinical Nurse Specialist in Nutrition, Specialist Practitioner, Clinical Lecturer and Lead Policy Developer
    • October 2017 to Present

    I lead on the development and implementation of basic and essential policies for the department to achieve the departmental objectives. I engage with key strategic regional and national policy makers (NNNG) to develop internal policies and strategies. I provide expert advice and guidance relating to policies for the department across the sites. I ensure strategic developments and benchmarking best practice.

EDUCATION

  • Kingston University
    • Master in Healthcare Education and Management
    • September 2008 to February 2012

    Master with Merit & Commendation. The course was a very intensive programme, which contained a high-level self-responsibility and lot of demands were made on my ability to manage my time, my reflective- analytical knowledge and very importantly, teamwork and communication. The learning was complex with elements of unpredictability and needed innovative work which involved exploring the current limits of knowledge. The highlight of the programme was that it was related to my work field reflection or critical analysis of professional practice. I reflected my practice and others’ practice and engaged myself with a vital community. This programme also inspired me to work with and within a group towards defined outcomes and made me able to participate in full professional and academic communication with peers.

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