After qualifying as a doctor in 2012, Naomi went on to work for three years in the NHS before working in other roles in the charitable and private sectors supporting individuals with a range of health needs forming barriers to achieving their goals.
Naomi has a demonstrable academic record having achieved an MBBS with a Distinction in Clinical Sciences and a BSc in Medical Sciences with Medical Anthropology from UCL. Naomi also has an interest in Music, having achieved an A at A2 Level.
Throughout medical school and subsequent employment, Naomi has developed considerable teaching and training experience, from bedside teaching and exam preparation for medical students, to working as a Distance Learning tutor for students undertaking Health & Social Care NVQs. As a health care professional, as well as working on a 1:1 basis, she has delivered workshops on a variety of mental and physical health topics, demonstrating she is skilled at delivering complex information in an understandable way. She ensures information is pitched at an appropriate level, bearing in mind factors that may prove barriers to learning. She has received positive feedback from students and clients who felt her approach was practical and engaging. Naomi believes continual self-evaluation and reflection from feedback is a vital way to improve as an effective teacher.
With a passion for science and experience of preparing successfully for examinations, Naomi has the personal and professional qualities to be able to positively impact students. Having gone through intensive medical training, she can also offer another perspective on the importance of practical application of knowledge and the skills needed to do this under pressure. Through a holistic and individualistic approach, Naomi can encourage students to engage in the process of meeting their own potential and improve their confidence.