Ms Mary Mosoeunyane
School of Nursing & Allied Health
Senior Lecturer within High Education with extensive teaching experience and expertise locally and abroad for over 15 years. Currently teaching applied biological science and related diseases for BSc (Hons) & PgDip, Foundation degrees and Apprentices within the school of Nursing and Allied Health. New module development on the MSc program in psychology and social sciences on Racism, Migration and Heath. This addresses my Research interests to explore well-being across the life span-how psychological well-being relates to physical and mental health especially in atrocities. Involved with the wider sector (education) influencing diversity dialogue with different organizations-how race dialogue can be shaped.
Multidisciplinary teaching and involvement in the school of psychology and social sciences (developing and facilitating teaching and learning on Racism, Migration, and Health). A school Champion Lead for Black, Asian & Ethnic Minority (BAME) students and staff issues, especially addressing Attainment Gap and issues of well-being. Developing strategies to enhance personal and professional development through mentorship schemes, work-shops etc.
Part of the steering group in developing BAME staff Network Forum, and research development to enhance Race-dialogue through ‘focus-groups.
Author: - My Life in England (2015)
Co-author/editor: Living with Fear: Reflections on Covid-19 (2020)
Writer for Positive Psychology People (PPP) blog on race narratives