Dr Nancy Tamimi was trained as a dentist and holds a master's degree in the Science of Dental Public Health and a PhD in Medical Sociology. She is a lecturer in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine, having previously been a postdoctoral Research Associate and Teaching Fellow within the same department.
Nancy teaches undergraduates and is the convenor of the Qualitative Research Methods and Study Abroad Experience modules. She also supports the mental health workstream with their work in Palestine.
- Mental health
- Tobacco use & Electronic cigarettes
- Global mental health Inequalities in health
- Qualitative research
Besides working on mental health research capacity building, Nancy is currently leading projects on the decolonisation of higher education and research methods. She has led departmental workshops, a public symposium, and a pilot course on decolonising knowledge and research methods in global health.
- 5SSHM003 Qualitative Research Methods: Analysing Data
- 5SSHM011 Study Abroad Experience
- 4SSHM005 Research Design and Studio Practice
- 4SSHM002 Introduction to Global Health 2
See Nancy's research profile
Tamimi, N., Kienzler, H., Hammoudeh, W., & Giacaman, R. (2022). Capacity Strengthening: Development and Evaluation of the Training Course “Research Methods for Mental Health in War and Conflict”. International Journal of Training and Development. Volume 26, Issue 2 p. 285-314
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