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Tayyaba Kazim

Tayyaba Kazim

Lecturer

School of Science & Technology

Role

Dr. Kazim is a qualified Medical Doctor. She did her degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Health Sciences (UHS), Pakistan in 2004. She has 18 years of dedicated service to the Medical Profession and Medical Education. She is the Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA). She effectively implemented innovative learning and teaching strategies for excellent student experience and achievement. She has led a range of academic modules during her academic career. Dr. Kazim has devised curriculums for Anatomy, Histology, Microbiology, and Foundation Science. She has experience of teaching in an Integrated System of Medical Education and is well-versed in Project, Problem, and Practice-based learning. Currently, she is working in the 'Ecology and Environment Department’ of Biosciences. She has successfully contributed to the Level- 5 and 6 modules.

Career overview

  • Lecturer in the Biosciences Department at the School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University, since 2021.
  • Senior Lecturer (Part time) in Biomedical and Sport Engineering, in the Department of Engineering at NTU from 2019 to 2020.
  • Instructor/Associate Lecturer, Integrated System of Medical Education in Shifa College of Medicine/Shifa College of Medical Technology,  Shifa Tameer-e-Millat University – STMU, Islamabad, Pakistan from 2009 to 2018.
  • Medical Officer/House Officer (Gynaecology and Medicine), Federal Government Services Hospital, Islamabad, Pakistan from 2004 to 2006.

External activity

Member of Board of Studies, Shifa College of Medical Technology, STMU.

Certified Professional in Emergency Care and Basic Life Support.

Continuing Medical Education Certificate for Physicians.

Volunteering and impact related activities with Medical Aid Societies e.g working for Polio Eradication Programme

Publications

  • Asad U., Rasheed S., Lughmani W.A., Kazim T., Khalid A., Pannek J., (2023), Biomechanical Modeling of Human–Robot Accident Scenarios: A Computational Assessment for Heavy-Payload Capacity Robots, Applied Sciences, 13, 1957. https://doi.org/10.3390/ app13031957
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  • Kazim T, Khalid A, Choudhry RS, Diaz KRV, Implementing Social Constructivism in Classroom: Cross-disciplinary practices in Engineering and Medical Education, Advances in Engineering Education - Under review.