Senior Lecturer in Public Health
After several years of clinical practice in adult mental health and smoking cessation in the National Health Service in the UK, I moved into academia and gained experience in teaching and research. I initially worked in the field of tobacco control and then focused on cancer screening.
I was awarded a Master of Public Health from the University of Liverpool, MSc in Clinical Psychology from the University of Groningen and PhD in Public Health by Lancaster University.
I have managed several online and face-to-face postgraduate courses and line-managed and supported small and large teams of people. I have national and international research and teaching experience and previously worked for Newcastle University, the online MPH at the University of Liverpool, the University of Calgary-Qatar, and Prince Sultan University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
I am an associate member of FUSE, the Centre for Translational Research in Public Health, a member of the Mixed Methods International Research Association and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health.
Teaching and supervision
I have been teaching in Higher Education well over a decade. I will be the Programme Lead for the MSc Public Health 2019/20 and module leader for several modules on the MSc and BSc (Hons) Public Health.
I have supervised approximately 50 international and national students in their Master of Public Health research and I'm currently supervising students at BSc, MSc and PhD level. I have always enjoyed supervising students and find it a privilege to be part of their learning journey.
Research interests for potential research students
Public Health is so broad and I feel passionate about many public health topics. I have supervised students with many different topics ranging from cancer screening, HPV vaccination, healthcare access for migrants, exclusive breastfeeding, perspectives on management of Diabetes Type 2, sexual and reproductive health, healthy eating and many more. I am always happy to discuss potential PhD projects
Close, Kristin and Christie-de Jong, Floor (2019) Lasting impact: a qualitative study of perspectives on surgery by adult recipients of free mission-based surgical care in Benin. BMJ Open. pp. 1-8. ISSN 2044-6055
Christie-de Jong, Floor (2018) Health inequalities and migrants: accessing healthcare as a global human right. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN HEALTHCARE, 11 (4). pp. 229-231. ISSN 2056-4902
McNeely, Shaunessy and Christie-de Jong, Floor (2016) Somali refugees’ perspectives regarding FGM/C in the US. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIGRATION, HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE, 12 (3). pp. 157-169. ISSN 1747-9894
Truong-Donnelly, Tam, Al-Khater, Al-Hareth, Bujassoum Al-Bader, Salha, Ghaith Al Kuwari, Mohammed, Al-Meer, Nabila, Malik, Mariam, Singh, Rajvir and Christie-de Jong, Floor (2013) Arab Women's Breast Cancer Screening Practices: A Literature Review. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 14 (8). pp. 4519-4528.
Truong Donnelly, Tam, Al-Khater, Al-Hareth, Al-Kuwari, Mohamed, Al-Meer, Nabila, Bujassoum Al-Bader, Salha, Malik, Mariam, Singh, Rajvir and Christie-de Jong, Floor (2011) Study exploring breast cancer screening practices amongst Arabic women living in the State of Qatar. Avicenna, 2011 (1). ISSN 2220-2749 E-ISSN:
Christie-de Jong, Floor and Mason, Linda (2011) Knowledge, attitude and practice regarding vitamin D deficiency among female students in Saudi Arabia: a qualitative exploration. International Journal of Rheumatic Diseases, 14 (3). e22-e29.
Conference or Workshop Item
Clapp, Alison, Christie-de Jong, Floor, Moss, John, Veasuvalingam, Bhavani, Trevor, Miranda, Daniel, Oscar, Kennedy, David and Valentine, Ruth (2019) An educational experience supported and enhanced by technology: a mixed methods exploration of students’ and staff’s perspectives. In: Association for Learning Technology Annual Conference, 3-5 September, Edinburgh.
Christie-de Jong, Floor, Valentine, Ruth, Moss, John, Veasuvalingam, Bhavani, Daniel, Oscar, Trevor, Miranda and Clapp, Alison (2019) An educational experience supported and enhanced by technology; a mixed methods exploration of Newcastle University’s students’ and staff’s perspectives. In: The changing landscape of Higher Education, April 2019, Newcastle University. (Unpublished)
Christie-de Jong, Floor, Reilly, Siobhan and Morris, Sara (2017) Barriers and facilitators to cervical cancer screening among female Filipino migrant workers, a web-based mixed methods study. In: 5th Conference of the European Transcultural Nursing Association, June, 2017, Odense, Denmark. (Unpublished)
Christie-de Jong, Floor, Morris, Sara, Reilly, Siobhan and McCray, Gareth (2016) Knowledge, attitude and practice concerning cervical cancer screening among female Filipino migrant workers: preliminary findings from a web-based mixed-methods approach. In: Moving beyond the linear model: the role of mixed methods research in age of complexity, 3-5 August, 2016, Durham University, UK.
Donnelly, T., Al-Khater, A., Bujassoum Al-Bader, S., Al-Kuwari, M., Al-Meer, N., Malik, M., Singh, R. and Christie-de Jong, Floor (2011) Breast Cancer Screening Amongst Arabic Women Living in the State of Qatar: Preliminary Results of the Cross-Sectional Community Based Survey. In: Qatar Foundation Annual Research Forum Proceedings, 20-22 November 2011, Doha, Qatar.
Donnelly, T., Al-Khater, A., Al-Bader Bujassoum, S., Al-Kuwari, M., Al-Meer, N., Malik, M-, Singh, R., Christie-de Jong, Floor and Ahmad, R. (2011) Breast Cancer Screening Amongst Arabic Women Living in the State of Qatar: Preliminary Results of the Cross-Sectional Community Based Survey. In: 33rd Annual Meeting of International Association of Cancer Registries, 11-13 October 2011, Mauritius.