Fatima Hassan Hodroj
Master's Student (WP1)
My name is Fatima Hodroj, and I am a registered nurse. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) in 2018 (Lebanon), where I got the first rank in the Faculty of Nursing. I have a strong nursing and health education background, particularly in women's health and childcare. I have always loved helping people and making a difference in their lives, and it is an honor to be able to do so. I am also passionate about providing quality care to all patients, and I believe every aspect of an encounter should be considered when providing care to patients. My goal is always to achieve the best possible positive outcomes for patients' health goals. I believe that being compassionate can help us treat our patients better.
Currently, I'm pursuing my graduate degree of Science in Medicine (Community Health) at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN), where I'm working on the thesis: "Seafarers' Perceptions and Attitudes towards Occupational Noise Exposure and Its Health Impacts in Canada: A Mixed-Methods Study," which is a part of my master's degree. Hoping this research study will make a difference in seafarers’ health and life.
Finally, I am a big fan of giving back to the community by volunteering at events and campaigns that aim to help people and raise their health awareness.