Rowaida joined Flinders University in mid-2014; she worked as a casual staff across several colleges and completed her doctor of education degree. Currently, Rowaida is an associate lecturer in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and teaches 'Human Bioscience', 'Research and study skills 1' and 'Quantitative social research methods. She is also the topic coordinator for Human Bioscience and Fire Emergency Warden at South Sturt building level 2. Rowaida's doctoral research project was to inform a safer sex intervention to reduce the rates of STIs among young South Australian people aged between 18-24 years. Her teaching interests are human anatomy & physiology, quantitative research, sexual health, sexuality, and health promotion.
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