Ms Shereen Ayub joined the School of Public Health as Tutor in 2017. She graduated from the University of Texas (Bachelor of Arts) in International Relations & Global Studies with a concentration in Science, Technology and the Environment, and completed her Master of Public Health at the University of Hong Kong.
Ms Ayub is the Practicum Coordinator for the Master of Public Health Practicum. Ms Ayub is responsible for identifying potential practicum sites and coordinating placements for students, overseeing student progress and providing support for students and practicum site supervisors.
Prior to joining the School of Public Health, Ms Ayub worked in public policy research at a local think tank. Her research interests focus on health policy and politics, the development of integrated healthcare systems, aging policies including end of life care and intergenerational solidarity, and access to healthcare for marginalized and lower-income communities.
Lai, A.H., Kuang, Z., Yam, C.H., Ayub, S., Yeoh, E.K. (2017). Vouchers for primary healthcare services in an ageing world? The perspectives of elderly voucher recipients in Hong Kong. Health Soc Care Community; 1-9. doi: 10.1111/hsc.12523.