MRC School of Health and Social Care Staff
Dr Jahanzaib Irfan
I am an experienced teaching professional in the field of health and social care and skilled in enhancing students’ learning curves by using efficient teaching techniques., I changed my career from a clinician to a trainer and academician after identifying my zeal for teaching.
I believe that a blend of clinical medicine teaching experience, qualification, and research expertise will facilitate me in adding substantial value to the learning of my students in the fields of healthcare and social care and will open new avenues for my students to excel in their chosen field.
Mr Jawahur Sucaram
I have accumulated years of teaching experience in adult, learning disability, and community nursing in tertiary education at every level. Before that, I have worked at the management and strategic level of the NHS. I have taught on the Top-up degree and Master’s programmes (International Nursing), including dissertation supervision. My specialism is in Performance Management, Research Methods, and Nursing, including Community Nursing, Health Promotion, and Social Care.
Ms Anastasia Chiemeka Ochieze
Working as a Health & Social Care department lecturer in Mont Rose College has helped me gain more knowledge and skills in my teaching pedagogy. The role is very challenging, but constructive and effective teaching methods have helped 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 actualizing students’ dreams and that the decision of re-thinking higher education on the part of these mature students was and continues to be worthwhile.
Dr Irma Carolina Puente
“Mont Rose College has been an excellent experience for me in terms of education, career, and personal development. I am part of the Health and Social Care lecturing team and have taken part in different training, carried out by the College for their staff. I love sharing my experiences in Medicine and Healthcare Management with students, colleagues, and peers.
I have worked medical administrative roles in the NHS, which allowed me to have a deep insight into the importance and structure of primary and secondary care in the public sector. My hobbies include reading self-development books, painting, cooking, and exercising.
Mr Jamil Ahmed
I joined Mont Rose College in September 2020. 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. Through working in NHS, social care, and third sector settings, it provided me opportunities in teaching and training within community organizations. Outside of academic teaching, my primary interests lie in qualitative research, especially exploring the space where religion, psychiatry, and culture interact.
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 Montrose’s dynamic team in 2020, and it has been excellent teaching and a learning experience.