Beatriz Manuel is a PhD student at Ghent University in Belgium, a lecturer and researcher at Faculty
of Medicine of the Eduardo Mondlane University in Maputo, Mozambique. The aim of her doctoral research is
to identify ways to improve curricula on IPV curriculum-content in order to enhance prevention and medical
care in Mozambique. She takes a multidisciplinary approach that encompasses the fields of Medical Education,
Family and Community Health, Public Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, HIV/AIDS, Gender
matters, Research Methods, and Evidence Summaries and Evidence Informed Healthcare. She holds a master's
degree in Health Professions Education from the Maastricht University in the Netherlands that investigated the
strategies of human resources training approach to People Living with HIV. She is a committed senior lecturer
with over 10 years of experience at leading Mozambican academic institutions teaching students and mentoring
junior researchers from various social and cultural backgrounds. She also possesses skills on curriculum
development, review and implementation. Beatriz Manuel is working on training, research and prevention of
HIV and Violence Against Women. Possessing excellent administrative, verbal communication and written
skills along with constructive and effective teaching methods that promote a stimulating and innovative learning
environment. Able to work in a managerial role or as part of team and having the proven ability to successfully
work to tight schedules and deadlines.
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