In early 2020, with support from my principal supervisor Dr Julie Anne King, I served as a sessional academic where I tutored and supported the learning of honours students on the “Contemporary Human Rights” course. It was such a humbling experience that allowed me to sharpen my teaching skills as well as my skills in providing objective feedback when I marked assessments. I enjoyed the process because it reminded me of my time of practice in the field as a development worker and public health practitioner, where I conducted training for young people on many development topics.


It was because of this experience with the honours students which made me excited when the QUT Public Health Student Society reached out with the request and intention to feature me and my research in their quarterly newsletter. I am a firm believer that research, especially in the public health space, must transcend beyond the pages of journal articles, and I am always excited when my work gets featured on other important platforms such as this newsletter.

To read the full newsletter, CLICK HERE TO READ.

Special thanks to @QUT Public Health Student Society for featuring me.

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