Teaching and training

As well as being a dynamic and stimulating mode of working, teaching others about public health research, epidemiology, evaluation and writing research for publication methods is a great way to keep one’s understanding of the principles of research clear and focused for application in project work.

I have conducted seminars and teaching sessions for academic staff, postgraduate students and government officials in the areas of:

– principles of monitoring, research and evaluation

– public health research study design

– evaluation design

– epidemiology

– writing and critiquing epidemiological papers

– sexual health

I have formal training in adult learning and teaching (postgraduate certificate in Learning and Teaching, module 1) and am an associate fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK). I am an active teacher in research as a distance learning tutor for MSc students at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

I am able to conduct face-to-face, on line and written training and teaching in many areas of epidemiology, public health research design and writing for publication. I can also train field workers in survey methods, and data collection and entry procedures.