Cognisant of different student learning styles, I strive to facilitate and focus on problem-based learning which enhances learning. My teaching involves presentations/lectures/workshops, inter-active classroom participation, group facilitation, class exercises, debates/discussion forums, role-play, hypothetical scenarios, case histories, simulations, and computer-generated scenarios.
With my Ph.D. (Public Health) and more than 10 years of national and international experience in Public Health, Academia, Management and Research (Clinical Settings), place me in at an advantage to contribute to achieving high-quality outcomes in providing inspirational tutoring.
Rate does not depend on student level
Travel charge would differ according to distance travelled
Cancellation policy: The student to cancel within 48 hours with no charge
ANDREW YOUNG (Pen Name)
Ph.D. (Public Health); MSc. Med. Sci (Epidemiology); BSc. Hons (Microbiology)
ONLINE TUTOR (SUPERPROF) – VANCOUVER, BC
The combination of my Ph.D. and relevant experience (Public Health), places me at an advantage to contribute to achieving high-quality outcomes by providing inspirational tutoring. This is complemented by more than 10 years of national and international experience in Academia, Research and Public Health (including Biological and Health Sciences), settings.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
• Ph.D. (Public Health); MSc. Med. Sci (Epidemiology) & BSc. Hons (Microbiology).
• More than 10 years of teaching experience in Public Health, Health & Biological Sciences
• Ability to effectively teach at the undergraduate and graduate level at the post-secondary institution.
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work independently and in a team.
• Have the experience to contribute to design/revision/update and develop curricula.
• Built/led successful teams to achieve high-quality delivery outcomes within compliance/regulations.
• Have actively contributed and participated in departmental initiatives and committees.
• Developed/conducted training for Nurses on Immunization Reporting (FNHA). 2017
Improved accuracy and enhanced timely Immunization Coverage Reporting.
• Developed/Revised curricula for Premedical Courses (CMU-Vancouver Satellite Campus) 2016
developed resource material & introduced a student practicum in Community Health.
• Initiated/Managed the Conversational English Class for Syrian refugees in Vancouver sites 2016
CBC: (concealed information)
• Developed/reviewed/revised/updated graduate/undergraduate courses & added additional 2015
course materials (Web Campus) that enhanced the standard & quality of courses (FDU).
Introduced and integrated the Biology Debate in the Biology Curricula, FDU.
Integration of International Commemoration Days in Curricula was appropriate for a course.
Involved Students in the following activities, where aspects of the health-related themes (of days commemorated internationally) & integrated these themes in the course curricula.
• Drafted Research Proposal: Pilot Survey to Assess Factors and Challenges of International 2014 Educated Health Professional (IEHP) Graduates., Vancouver, FDU.
• Taught/Managed/Designed curricula for courses for HIV/AIDS/TB at CPUT. 2013
Curricula Integration of TB/HIV/AIDS/STI in 1st-year courses of various disciplines.
Developed/integrated a ‘Simulated HIV Epidemic’ to demonstrate the transmission of HIV.
Developed, designed and curricula and teaching and learning materials for courses.
Developed TB Flyer to commemorate World TB day (included in curricula) & was able to screen undetected TB & referred to Campus Clinic for TB diagnosis, treatment & prevention.
• Collaboration with WHO/Health Department - Developed AFP/Polio Surveillance training for Nurses/Community to detect & report AFP/Polio.
Achieved highest AFP/Polio Surveillance detection rate in the country attributed to Nurses Training.
• Developed/Led Community Peer Education Workshop on HIV/AIDS/TB to AIDS Atlanta, USA. 2011
This program was subsequently implemented by trained Community Peer Educators in the communities making a very positive impact in the Community.
Adjunct Professor: Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU), Vancouver. 2013-2019
• Taught Global Health Course (and other Health related Courses) & Undergraduate Courses
• Organized the participation of students in Community Outreach (i.e. Annual Shore Clean-Up).
• Involved students to participate in Commemoration of World AIDS/TB/Health Day, etc.
• Developed/Revised/Updated curricula for graduate and undergraduate courses.
• Developed/Updated teaching/learning materials to enhance student participation & learning.
Adjunct Professor: Caribbean Medical University (CMU), Vancouver Campus. 2015-2016
• Taught Courses for Premedical Program
• Introduced a Practicum in Community Health based with NGOs & CBOs.
• Developed/Updated & introduced new student learning materials improved student grades.
Director of Health Surveillance: First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), Vancouver. 2016-2018
• Followed guidelines in the Canadian Health Care System and Health Ethics.
• Directed & conducted Health Surveillance to support health service planning & implementation.
• Developed Health Surveillance strategic work plan - resulted in an effective/efficient Surveillance.
Hubert Humphrey Fellowship: Emory University/CDC, Atlanta, USA. 2010-2011
• Participated in academic & professional courses, teaching, research & community participation).
• Published with Global Health Chair (Emory University, Atlanta), - WHO/TB Screening Policy.
• Contributed to the TB Screening Model for US Immigrants used to screen immigrants for TB on entry to the US for early TB detection and TB treatment.
• Developed/Led Community Peer Education Workshop on HIV/AIDS/TB to AIDS Atlanta NGO.
Head of HIV/AIDS Unit: Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), Cape Town 2000-2013
• Established HIV/AIDS Unit, taught/managed staff/conducted research and oversaw programs.
• Led and contributed to a highly functioning team of educators, health professionals, researchers.
• Collaborated with leaders and Community to engage in the implementation of programs/projects.
• Among the many Projects, successfully implemented the Community Prison Outreach Project.
Surveillance Officer: Acute Flaccid Paralysis (Collaboration with WHO/Dept. Health) 2001-2003
• Collaborated with WHO/Health Dept. on Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP/Polio) Surveillance.
• Developed AFP/Polio Surveillance training for Nurses/Community to detect & evaluate AFP/Polio.
• Achieved the highest AFP/Polio Surveillance detection rate in the country attributed to Nurses Training.
• Coordinated Conversational English Class (CEC) for Syrian refugees, at Vancouver sites. 2016
CBC: (concealed information)
• Board of Director of United Nations Association, Vancouver. 2016/7
• Canadian Health System Course, Health Leadership Program, BCIT, Vancouver. 2013
• Postgraduate Diploma (Humphrey Fellowship), Emory University/CDC, USA. 2011
• Ph.D. Public Health: University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa. 2008
• TB/HIV/AIDS/Public Health (Fogarty Fellowship): Columbia University, NYC. 2001
• Diana, Princess of Wales HIV Research Foundation Funding for Nurse for Clinical Trial Research.
• Hubert Humphrey Fellowship: Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University/CDC, Atlanta
• Awarded Membership: Golden Key International Honour Society.
• Louis Volks Humanitarian Award by Lions Club International (Certificate & Medal) in recognition of dedicated and distinguished service and research (TB/HIV/AIDS) that benefited the community.
|at their home||at your home||By webcam|
|1 hour||$35||$38||Not available|
|5 hours||$33||$48||Not available|
|10 hours||$30||$60||Not available|