Dr Bhuvaneswari Krishnamoorthy is a postdoctoral National Institute of Health Research Fellow working across the University of Manchester, Edge Hill University and the Manchester Foundation Trust hospital to bridge the gap between clinical teaching and academic research. She is also the President of Association of Cardiothoracic Surgical Care Practitioners, National Education Chair for the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh (Speciality advisory group for cardiothoracic surgery and Education Committee) and Society of Cardiothoracic Surgeons for all Nurses and Allied Health Professionals in Great Britain.
Jackie Carter passionately believes that we learn skills through practising them, and that applied social research can be undertaken by undergraduates, given the chance. As an undergraduate, Jackie read Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Today she is empowering her own students to become critical data consumers and well-informed citizens.
Dr Senathirajah Ariyaratnam is an internationally renowned teacher with special interests in developing innovative curriculum, student-led course models, exploring service learning based pedagogies to integrate social responsibility in mainstream teaching and learning and globalising the innovations.