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Mrs Musharrat Ahmed-Landeryou

Mrs Musharrat Ahmed-Landeryou

ahmedlmj@lsbu.ac.uk

Occupational Therapy

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I am an Associate Professor in Occupational Therapy in the School of Allied Health and Community Care, since 2002. I completed an MSc in Clinical Neurosciences (distinction), 2008, my dissertation applied the Theory of Planned Behaviour on the topic of occupational therapists and carrying out occupation focused intervention. I completed my PhD Dec 2023, on service improvement applying case study methodology. I teach and work with colleagues collaboratively across the Institute of Health and Social Care. I continue to contribute to the academic community through webinars, conference presentations, and publications.

I offer 2 Bespoke workshops on decolonising the curriculum/organisation and antiracist organisation.

I am 1of 2 original cofounders of BAMEOTUK, a pressure group of BME heritages occupational therapy students, staff, and educators, campaigning for antiracist change in the discipline.

My interests are in antiracism, equity, and decolonising curricula, HEI and wider organisation transformation. I have developed an evidence-informed decolonising the curricula checklist wheel - a reflection tool, that has been adopted into the academic curriculum framework of the university. I have presented the wheel at several conferences. I am assisting internationally recruited occupational therapists through out of hours mentorship sessions.

Courses taught

Occupational Therapy Integrated Degree Apprenticeship - BSc (Hons)

Occupational Therapy (pre-registration mode) - PGDIP/MSc

Occupational Therapy - BSc (Hons)

MSc Clinical Neursciences (distinction)

Roehampton University (part time route)

2006
2008
BSc Hons Physics with Medical Applications

King's College London

1988
1991
Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

LSBU

2003
2004
Licentiate in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture

London Traditional Chinese Medicine College

1999
2002
BSc Hons Occupatinal Therapy

Brunel University

1993
1996
PhD

London South Bank University (part time route)

2015
2023
Senior Lecturer Occupational Therapy (Allied Health Sciences Department).
LSBU

Design and develop curiculum and modules. Lecture in all aspects of the theory and practice of occupational therapy.

involved in practice placement delivery for occupational therapy.

Lead post reg module – Intro to Economic Evaluation for Allied Health Professionals. Lecture on post reg module for OT – Outcome measures, Leadership and Innovation and Older Persons.

Deliver sessions in interprofessional learning modules in allied health.

Marking and admin duties.

2002
2022
Education
Head IV Occupational Therapist
Mayday Hospital

Sharing managing multidisciplinary staff group, specialist lead in neurorehabilitation especially upper limb rehabilitation

(Previously in 1997 Senior II on acute Neuro/Medical wards, then promoted to Senior I for in-patient Neurorehabilitation. Then promoted to Head IV for elderly care, medical and neurology)

1997
2002
Other public sector
Junior occupational therapists
Mile End Hospital

Junior occupational therapy rotational post: Completed Orthopaedics, In-patient Rheumatology, Outpatient Rheumatology and Elderly acute ward.

1996
1997
Other public sector
FunderYear wonProjectRole
CPD - Individual2024Anti racism organisation curriculum package 3Principal Investigator
Royal College of Occupational Therapists - Professional Body
1996
Health and Care Professionals Council - Regulatory Body
1996
British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing
Royal College of Occupational Therapists

Member of the RCOT collaboration steering groups representing BAMEOTUK group. The groups are working with the Equity, Diversity and Belonging (EDB) manager Ketan Davé to review and evaluate RCOT policy, practice and processes to bring about equity changes in the organisation and its work.

Non-education public sector
June 2022
Prizes, awards, and accolades

Senior Fellowship Higher Education Academy (Feb 2016)

Universities UK GuildHE (formerly Higher Education Academy)

"Senior Fellowship is awarded to professionals who demonstrate they meet the criteria of Descriptor 3 (D3) of the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF) for teaching and supporting learning in higher education.

By applying to be a Senior Fellow of HEA you will present a thorough understanding of effective approaches to teaching and learning support as a key contribution to high quality student learning. You should be able to provide evidence of:

Successful engagement across all five Areas of Activity;

Appropriate knowledge and understanding across all aspects of

Core Knowledge;

A commitment to all the Professional Values;

Successful engagement in appropriate teaching practices

related to the Areas of Activity;

Successful incorporation of subject and pedagogic research

and/or scholarship within the above activities, as part of an

integrated approach to academic practice;

Successful engagement in continuing professional development

in relation to teaching, learning, assessment, scholarship

and, as appropriate, related academic or professional

practices;

Successful coordination, support, supervision, management

and/or mentoring of others (whether individuals and/or teams)

in relation to learning and teaching."

https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/fellowship/senior-fellowship


Lecturer of the year LSBU (Jul 2021)

LSBU

End of year awards voted on by students


Colleague of the Year (Dec 2020)

LSBU

End of year awards voted on by peers


Diversity in curriculum person of the year (Jun 2022)

LSBU

End of year awards voted by staff and students


RCOT Merit Award 2023 (Feb 2023)

Royal College of Occupational Therapists

The Merit award recognises an individual’s contribution to the occupational therapy profession which may be local; regional; in a specialist field of practice; or a diverse area of practice. Those nominated will have been recognised by their peers in the

occupational therapy community for excellence in their sphere of work and their special contribution to the occupational therapy profession.


Pedagogies, professionalism and curricula enabling racism
Ahmed-Landeryou, M. (2022). Pedagogies, professionalism and curricula enabling racism. in: Verma, A. (ed.) Anti-racism in higher education: An action guide for change Pluto Press. pp. 117-125

Pause, reflect, reframe: Deep discussions on co-creating a decolonial approach for an antiracist framework in occupational therapy
Ahmed-Landeryou, M., Emery-Whittington, I., Ivlev, S.R. and Elder, R. (2022). Pause, reflect, reframe: Deep discussions on co-creating a decolonial approach for an antiracist framework in occupational therapy.

Culture and Allied Health Professions Service Delivery
Ahmed-Landeryou, M. (2022). Culture and Allied Health Professions Service Delivery. in: Atwal, A. (ed.) Preparing for Professional Practice in Health and Social Care Wiley. pp. 71-90

Strategy, Planning and Accountability
Takhar, S., Ahmed-Landeryou, M., Aziz, R. and Thomas, P. (2022). Strategy, Planning and Accountability. in: Verma, Arun (ed.) Anti-racism in Higher Education: An action guide for change Bristol University Press.

Let's talk about race
Agyemang, K. and Ahmed-Landeryou, M.J. (2020). Let's talk about race. OT News. 28 (7), pp. 16-17.

Tackling structural inequalities one conversation at a time
Ahmed-Landeryou, M.J. (2020). Tackling structural inequalities one conversation at a time. OT News. 28 (7), pp. 18-19.

Fetal central nervous system development and alcohol - The evidence so far
Ahmed-Landeryou, MJ (2012). Fetal central nervous system development and alcohol - The evidence so far. Fetal and Pediatric Pathology. 31 (6), pp. 349-359. https://doi.org/10.3109/15513815.2012.659398

Fetal central nervous system development and alcohol - the evidence so far
Ahmed-Landeryou, M (2012). Fetal central nervous system development and alcohol - the evidence so far. Fetal and Pediatric Pathology. 31 (6), pp. 349-359. https://doi.org/10.3109/15513815.2012.659398

Developing an evidence-Informed decolonising curriculum wheel – A reflective piece
Ahmed-Landeryou, M. (2023). Developing an evidence-Informed decolonising curriculum wheel – A reflective piece. Equity in Education & Society. https://doi.org/10.1177/275264612311540