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Biography

Zahra is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Midwifery. Her roles in the department include Interim Programme Lead and Cohort Leadership. She is also a Link Lecturer to Imperial College Hospital Trusts.

Zahra is an experienced teacher and has completed a PGCert in Clinical Education from Kings College London and attained a Fellowship from the Higher Education Academy.

Zahra predominantly teaches public health topics but her interests extend to global health, obstetric emergencies, female genital mutilation (FGM) and inequalities in both health and education.

Zahra is actively involved in various EDI initiatives/projects in the faculty and wider college. She strives to incorporate inclusive educational practices in her work and shares current knowledge to improve both the staff and student experiences. Zahra is also undertaking a PhD in the Department of Women and Children’s Health, School of Life Course & Population Sciences. Her project aims to apply an intersectional approach to tackling health inequalities while exploring community-based models of midwifery care in areas of high ethnic diversity and social deprivation. She is supervised by Prof Jane Sandall.

Course teacher: Public Health
Course teacher: Midwifery

Description

  • UG BSc Midwifery
  • Public Health & Health Promotion 
  • Global & Political Context of Midwifery Practice