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Rohit Sagoo is a Senior Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Campus, within the faculty of Health, Social Care and Education. Rohit teaches the BSc programme in Children’s Nursing. He has been a children’s nurse since the late 1990s and practiced in various NHS hospitals in London. This gave him the insight to continually developing nursing education from a lecturer’s perspective.
Rohit has also currently been collaborating with World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association on research around the benefits of mental health and mental cognition for individuals who participate in playing snooker, which will be published on the Psychreg Journal of Psychology.
Previously, he taught at City and Islington College, London for several years around study programmes relating to Health and Social Care, Access to Nursing and Social Work and preparing students for university. Rohit has also been a course manager for several foundation degrees, delivering courses in partnership with London universities. His main interest has focused on education, nursing and health.
Rohit was awarded the Jack Petchey Leader Award for outstanding services for young people in the borough of Islington during his services to further education. He has also been a Visiting Lecturer at City, University of London and taught modules and simulated practice to Student Nurses on the BSc in Child Health programme.
In addition, he is an External Examiner for Plymouth University in partnership with Penwith and Truro College.
He is currently studying a PhD at Anglia Ruskin University. His research project is based upon the use of approaches of social pedagogy within higher education from the role of the tutor to examine student retention. He is also continuing further research with the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association in order to develop a more academic knowledge in the field of this sporting scene.