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Researcher - Public Health

London

Job Type
Contract / interim
Pay
TOTAL CHARGE = £204.12 + VAT
Reference
6848089
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OUR EXPERT OPINION

A public health specialist with extensive health, education and research experience gained working on various clinical and health-based programs. Has experience with organizations such as the Commonwealth Secretariat, Save the Children, Action for Hunger and UNICEF.

Possess proficient qualitative and quantitative research skills as well as technical and critical analytic skills. Considers herself as a self-starter, team player and a motivated, hardworking individual with an excellent track record of success both professionally and academically.

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS

• Glasgow Caledonian University | MSc. Public Health
•Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria | MBBS. Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery

KEY SKILLS

Health Knowledge; Leadership; Project Management; Report Writing; Critical/Analytical Reasoning; Clinical Research; Presentation; Communication; Strong Qualitative and Quantitative Data Analysis; Business Analytical Mind-set; Stakeholder; Healthcare

ICT SKILLS

Windows XP, 7, and 8.1, Mac OS, Microsoft Office Tools (MS Word, Excel, Access, Power point, MS Outlook and MS Project) HTML, Email, SPSS, Statistical Analytic Tools, Online Reporting Tools

WORK EXPERIENCE

Health researcher (Nutrition consultant) |Oxford policy management, UK
07.2015 – 10.2015

• Planning Nutrition/health-based studies/researches on programs run in developing countries carried out by save the children, Unicef and Action for Hunger
• Travelling to- and supervising fieldwork carried out in developing countries
• Writing ethics applications for these projects
• Writing the Standard Operating Procedures for the various studies being undertaken
• Uploading, coding and/or analysing of quantitative and qualitative data after the research
• Coordination of data with transcription team and checking the quality of the transcriptions/translations of interviews
• Carrying out literature review and writing reports
• Liaison with technical lead and other members of staff on progress of the various projects and how to produce valuable and accurate outputs

Radiographer Assistant | Physiological Measurements Limited, London UK
03.2015 – 06.2015

My Responsibilities
• Responsible for transportation of portable medical equipment and consumables to and fro clinics
• Setting up and clearing up of room prior to and after the clinical session
• Carrying out patient care duties and assisting Sonographers whilst carrying out scanning procedures
• Administration of Patients information
• Meeting and greeting of patients
• Aftercare of and for patients
• Maintaining an inventory of clinical disposables and ordering of replenishments as required0

State Technical Adviser | Save the Children, Kebbi Nigeria
01.2014 - 07.2014

My Responsibilities
• Coordinating activities of Save the Children, partnering with UNICEF and Community Stakeholders on Malnutrition programs
• Advisory and stakeholder participation on Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) & Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) Programs
• Activated over 15 CMAM sites in various communities
• Developed Budget plans for the projects
• Managing Clinical research and data analytic reports on communities
• Technical Implementation and planning of Malnutrition programs
• Hands on Training of community volunteers and community health workers on various practices of IYCF and CMAM
• Collecting, translating and compiling data received
• Involved in weekly, monthly and annual Reporting of the activities being run by the organization
• Presentation of reports to Senior staff, colleagues and shareholders
• Monitoring and evaluation of programs run

State Clinical Trainer | Marie Stopes International
10.2013 – 12.2013

My Responsibilities
• Creating Social and Community Awareness via campaigns and community projects on Long Term Contraception Initiatives
• Managing Clinical research and data analysis on individuals using LARC and the types of LARC used
• Coaching and training of Hospital Staff and Community health workers on Clinical procedures for insertion of long term contraceptives such as IUDs, Injectables (Depo-provera) and Implanon
• Organizing training and team building workshops on clinical techniques
• Collecting, translating and compiling data received on individuals using LARC and types of LARC used
• Reporting on findings to senior staff and stakeholders
• Monitoring and evaluation of trainings and services
• Clinical Administration Tasks and Project Management of Clinical Schedules and programs
• Developed Capacity plans and budget plans
• Managed Medical Records and a portfolio of clients for Marie Stopes International
• Office Administrative and Clinical Hygiene with Health and Safety

Community Health Officer | Heart for the City, Glasgow
09.2012 – 09.2013

My Responsibilities
• Developing Community Health nutritional programs and Strategy for Implementation
• Worked with the local councils to promote health program in tackling obesity and health issues
• Generated reports on Community programs and health objectives
• Monitoring and evaluating several community health/nutrition projects within and outside Glasgow
• Partnering with NHS Trusts and PCTs on Fitness programs
• General Office Management and Administration, File and record keeping
• Setting up Stakeholder meetings and capturing feedback
• Key Decision Maker on Health Policies and Guidelines to for implementation

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