I am a co-supervisor for:
- Josie Messina, NIHR School for Primary Care Doctoral Fellow. PhD title "Primary Care as a setting for diabetes prevention and tackling health inequalities: a qualitative study and systematic review of lifestyle modification advice in disadvantaged populations"
- Shoba Dawson, NIHR Greater Manchester Primary Care Patient Safety Centre student. PhD title: "Patient and public involvement in patient safety: Black minority and ethnic groups"
I am also acting as an adviser for PhD Student Raymond Tweheyo.
I also teach Narrative Analysis as part of Faulty Qualitative Research Methods workshop for postgraduate students.
I teach on the Masters in Public Health, Qualitative Research Module and supervised an MPH dissertation
I am a tutor for the 1st year MbChb Group Learning Personal and Professional Development and have taught a module on Narrative Methods in a Narrative Medicine course for 3rd year undergraduate medical students. I have also conducted assessments for the Year 1 Essential Skills Behaviour Change Course on the undergraduate medical course.
I have co-developed an Introductory workshop to Patient and Public Involvement for researchers