Christopher Arori

Christopher Arori

Location: raleigh

About me

Passion in teaching and caring for the injured, sick, and well. Academic credentials include a diploma in mechanical engineering, BA/MA in Psychology, BSN/MSN (RN), and a Ph.D. in Public Health. Over 17 years of experience in patient care (Med-Surg., Telemetry, Psychiatry, LTACH, Acute Neuro., and adult PCUs and five years of management. some of my accomplishments are: wrote in the past on "cultural indoctrination among African college students and published an International Malaria Study. Interested area of study: Pain management using guided imagery, health promotion and education, and motivational approach to healthcare in general.


coaching students to succeed, teaching, plays guitar, loves travelling, community health educator.


acls/bls, ph.d in public health, msn-rn


The only stupid question from students is the question they do not ask. Emotional and social intelligence is a powerful philosophy to incorporate in teaching.

Plan, demonstrate, mix content presentation styles.  Capture student attention at all times.  Min lectures of about 15 minutes have proven to be effective.  


Alleviating anxieties at the beginning of the class sets the stage for an exciting journey in the learning process.


Early planning before meeting students decreases anxiety and creates a learnable environment. 


Have an open mind to discover self and the best way to help students to learn.  The first priority for students is to learn not teaching.  This was an AH-HA moment going through the content.


The advantages of being enthused and excited, as an instructor, set the stage for students to get involved in their learning journey.


Keeping students engaged and focused.  Also as an instructor to maintain self-reflection at all times.  The instructor acts as a mirror for the student population.


The human aspect of every single individual must be recognized and be appreciated to enhance learning.  Learning is a dynamic process where interpersonal attributes meet. An instructor is effective in teaching students of all levels if they treat all students with the utmost respect and always engage in self-reflection activities.  Simply put, utilize emotional and social intelligence to promote positive collective outcomes.


Every individual is unique and comes from different backgrounds and shaped by past experiences.  More importantly, understanding students' informed decisions, aspirations and what they intend to achieve in their program is essential.  Using Maslow's hierarchy of needs could enhance positive student outcomes.  Hence increase student retention


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