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Dr Jonathan Ajah

Lecturer in clinical skills
School of Medicine

Jonathan teaches clinical skills at the school of medicine with particular expertise in Clinical communication skills, Basic Life Support, Clinical Examination, OSCE, DOPS, MMI and Basic surgical skills. His scholarship has led to publications in leading peer-reviewed journals. In recognition of his contributions to teaching, he is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Member Association of the Study of Medical Education. He is also open to project supervision.

Lecturer and Module Lead in Clinical Skills, BSc (Hons) Medical Sciences (2 Year Accelerated), levels 4-6
Clinical Skills Demonstration in the Clinical Skills Laboratory Suites, Supervision of Dissertation. Main research interests in clinical skills teaching and medical education; clinical and global surgery and surgical sciences, public health especially improving access to primary care in LMICs for the poor through GPS based cheap health insurance via research towards an innovation called PEOPLE

Lecturer in Medical Sciences (Clinical Skills), University of Central Lancashire March 2021 to date
Virtual Part-time Lecturer in Medical Education, University of South wales 2020 to 2021
Virtual Part-time Lecturer in Medical Education, University of South wales 2017-2021
Surgery Registrar, Jos University Teaching Hospital Plateau, Nigeria 2017-2021
Medical Officer, Department of Surgery, Barau Dikko Kauna Teaching Hospital Nigeria 2015-2017
Medical officer in General Practice and HIV/AIDS, Yusuf Dantsoho Memorial General Hospital Kaduna Nigeria 2014-2015

Primary care Doctor, UK Department for International Development, Kaduna Nigeria 2013-2014
House Officer, University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada Abuja Nigeria 2012 to 2013