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Imran Masood

Associate Lecturer

Imran Masood

Imran Masood is a medical doctor (MBBS) from Pakistan and has done his Masters in Public Health (MPH). He has worked in Medicine, Surgery, and Anaesthesia units for three years. He has also led different hospitals in Lahore as Administrator, Medical Superintendent, and CEO. He has a diploma in Health Planning and management from the University of London and has been a member of the Institute of Healthcare Management (IHM) UK. He also completed an ITEC diploma in Laser and Light Treatment from London. He was awarded the Pearson EDI Level 4 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (QCF). He has been teaching Health and Social Care in different colleges in London since 2012.

He has done his research paper for his Masters in Public Health in ‘percentage of found in women coming in for Antenatal checkup at Family Health Hospital from September 2001 to June 2002’. He also wrote a research paper for his Diploma in Health Planning and Management on the ‘Role of GP in Primary Healthcare.

HSO4004 – Principles of Care, FND3004 – the World of Work, FY027 – Preparing for Success: Self Development and Responsibility, FN0003 – Seminar.