MRC School of Health and Social Care Staff
Dr Jahanzaib Irfan
I am an experienced health and social care teaching professional and skilled in enhancing students’ learning curves by using efficient teaching techniques. After completing my basic medical qualification and having a few years of clinical experience, I discovered my passion for teaching. This resulted in changing my career from a clinician to an educator and I moved to health professional education as an educationist. To satisfy my zeal for teaching, I also attained my postgraduate qualifications in clinical education and became a fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) UK. This career change became instrumental in quenching my thirst for teaching. Now I feel colossal contentment because a blend of clinical teaching experience, clinical education qualification, and research expertise in the field of clinical medicine facilitate me in adding substantial value to the learning of my students and I believe new avenues will open for them to excel in their chosen fields.
You can get in touch with me via email: email@example.com
Ms Abigail Amponsah
Teaching Health and Social Care is my area of specialty as a lecturer.
Having worked at different colleges, I am currently working at Mont Rose College of Management and Science(MRC). Working at MRC has been rewarding since the college offers different Continuous Professional Development programmes for its staff. I have acquired experience working within different Health and Social Care settings and I embed these experiences in my teaching sessions. I endeavour to meet different learners’ need since different students have different learning needs. Contact is preferably via firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms Anastasia Chiemeka Ochieze
Working as a lecturer in HSC department in Mont Rose College has helped me to gain more knowledge and skills in my teaching pedagogy. The role is very challenging, but the use of constructive and effective teaching methods has helped to promote a stimulating learning environment and the attainment of set goals. The establishment of an enabling environment ensured that we produced quality graduates. This has however been achieved with much resilience and patience. I am glad to have helped in actualising students’ dreams, and that the decision of re-thinking higher education on the part of these mature students was and continues to be worthwhile.
You can get in touch with me via email at email@example.com
Mr Jamil Ahmed
As a Health and Social Care team member, I currently lecture on the HND and Top Up modules. My foray into healthcare came through my initial training in Occupational Therapy. Working in NHS, social care, and third sector settings provided me opportunities in teaching and training within community organisations. My practical sector experience also informs my teaching, often making use of experiential approaches within sessions. Outside of academic teaching, my primary interests lie in qualitative research – especially in exploring the space where religion, psychiatry and culture interact.
If you need to get a hold of me, feel free to contact me through email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Smita Shukla
I am a qualified healthcare professional and have over 15 years of experience in the Healthcare domain. My core skillset and experience includes process transformation according to quality standards, data analysis and defining KPIs, documenting & standardizing operations procedures and operational excellence across the end to end healthcare processes.
I joined Mont Rose’ dynamic team in 2020, and it has been an excellent teaching and learning experience.
Mrs. Amina Ali
I am a new Health and Social Care lecturer at Mont Rose College. I am currently lecturing HND modules as well as Academic Skills which are the foundation to academic learning. I believe in order to be a great lecturer using differentiation, motivation, appropriate teaching methods and strategies and building a trusting relationship are key essentials. I have spent the last year working with 16-18 year olds and have also worked in a SEN school where I have used differing methods to communicate and teach students. I have first-hand knowledge of health and social care as I have accessed services before becoming a Health and Social Care practitioner. My aspirations are to broaden my teaching experience and teach at differing levels which will help me enhance the way I deliver my lessons and become a more effective lecturer.
You can contact me by emailing me at email@example.com
Dr. Puremeluan Baldwin Major
I joined the college as a Lecturer in Health and Social Care in June 2021. In this role, I lead and lecture HND and top-up modules in Health and Social Care. I have previous lecturing experience at the University of Bedfordshire during my PhD study and Bayelsa state College of Health Technology, Nigeria.
I have methodological expertise in developing and conducting systematic reviews, mixed methods, qualitative and quantitative primary studies. My research is focused on maternal and child health, as well as, infectious diseases and global health (with reference to low and middle income countries).
You can contact me by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org