Veena Rodrigues

 

 


 

Dr Rodrigues is a clinical senior lecturer in Public Health Medicine at the Norwich Medical School (NMS), University of East Anglia (UEA). She is also a Public Health Academic Consultant for Public Health England. Prior to the NHS reorganisation in 2013, Dr Rodrigues worked for Norfolk Primary Care Trust where her role included developing evidence-based policies for new, high-cost treatments, clinical engagement with Provider Trusts, and Training Location coordinator (PH specialty trainees, F2 doctors, GP trainees). In addition to her expertise as a consultant bridging the gap between academic and service public health, she has a special interest in medical education, particularly in the area of educator development. She has recently completed a Masters degree in Clinical Education at UEA. Her Masters research project was an exploratory study of the factors influencing medical graduate applications to specialty training in Public Health. Dr Rodrigues is currently the Head of Year 3 MBBS at NMS, and the Chair of the Board of Examiners for Year 3 MBBS. She has been an accredited educational and clinical supervisor and a trained assessor within the Public Health specialty as well as the local Foundation programme for several years. She has been closely involved with the work of Public Health Educators across medical schools (PHEMs) nationally and supported the development of educators in Public Health and general medical education locally.

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