Glory Onyema is a lecturer of Health and Social Care and is a PhD candidate in Public Health and Biology from the University of Bedfordshire, where she began her academic career as an associate lecturer in Public Health. She joined Regent College London in 2022 as a lecturer. Glory has strong experience in the delivery of both online and hybrid modules, and she is passionate about health promotion and health improvement. Her teaching philosophy is driven by a genuine passion to provide students with an interactive, dialogical, real-life view of theory, challenge their existing views, and stimulate their critical thinking.
Glory’s research interests include policy and practice of social care in developing countries context, sustainable development and health promotion. She is a prestigious winner of an MSc and PhD scholarship from the Petroleum Trust Development Fund of Nigeria. Glory’s ongoing research looks into the problems of micronutrient malnutrition in pregnant women and young children, including its long-term impacts in SubSaharann Africa and advocates for a multidisciplinary effort to curb malnutrition in this vulnerable group. Glory has delivered a number of presentations at the University of Bedfordshire’s annual winter conference.
• Principles of care
• Enhancing communication and academic skills
• Self reflection and academic skills development
• Research Methods in Social Sciences