A presentation and Q&A session with Academic Dr. Imose Itua around infection control and the impact that Covid-19 and the lockdown has had on mental health and wellbeing.
Join Arden Academic Dr. Imose Itua on Wednesday 10th June at 13:30- 14:30 for a presentation and Q&A session around infection control and the impact that Covid-19 and the lockdown has had on mental health and wellbeing.
Dr Imose Itua is the deputy programme team leader of the Healthcare Management programme. She lectures on Healthcare management, leads the final year dissertation module and has previously taught infection control at Edge Hill University. She has a background in cardiovascular physiology. She holds a PhD degree in Medicine and a BSc degree in Medical Biology. She also holds a PGCE in Further and Higher Education and have taught in a few Higher Education institutions including Liverpool Hope University, The University of Salford, Edge Hill University, Laureate Online Education in association with the University of Liverpool and now Arden University. She has been teaching at the Higher Education level for 12 years, teaching, designing and planning learning activities and programmes of study for Foundation level, Degree level and Masters level students. She is a Member of the Royal Society of Public Health and Manchester University Foundation Trust and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.