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  • The University of Aberdeen
  • FutureLearn

Our course reviewers:

  • Astrid Lucia Offersen – Secretary for The University of Aberdeen BAME forum
  • Vanessa Mabonso Nzolo – Convenor for The University of Aberdeen BAME forum
  • Peter Beck – Queens University Belfast Medical Student
  • Dr Benjamin Costello BA (Hons) MA PhD FRSA FHEA FInstLM – Research Fellow at University of Birmingham
  • Dr Emma Danks PhD, BSc (Hons), RM FHEA – Lecturer of Midwifery at University of Wolverhampton
  • Hilary Burrage – Adjunct Professor, Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics, and author of 2 books on FGM.

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The University of Aberdeen is carrying out research to understand why learners have decided to take our course, and how we can make the course better for subsequent runs.

We’d like to invite all Learners on the course to take part in an optional survey. By taking part in this survey, you’ll aid us in understanding learners’ desires to undertake the course, and understand how the course met your expectations. We’ll use the findings to update the course for subsequent runs.

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Your responses will not be linked to your FutureLearn identity or your course activity. Summarised findings will be collated and potentially published via an education/ healthcare conference. In any such publication, your identity will not be disclosed. All the information collected during this survey, will be stored and handled according to the University of Aberdeen’s privacy policy and researchers will work with anonymised datasets.

For questions regarding this research, please contact Dr Heather May Morgan, University of Aberdeen directly on h.morgan@abdn.ac.uk

Thank you very much, The FGM Education Evaluation team, University of Aberdeen.

Please note that this is an independent research survey carried out by the University of Aberdeen and your participation is subject to the University’s own policies and terms. FutureLearn takes no responsibility for the contents or the consequences of your participation in this study. Your participation in the research has no effect on your course progress, marks or FutureLearn profile.

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