Stefania Sarsah Cobbinah was born in Verona, Italy in 1995 by Ghanaian parents. Her primary and secondary education were completed in Italy; she moved to the United Kingdom in 2014 to study BSc Medical Science and Humanities in Swansea University. During her first degree she published Hysteria in the 19th-20th century on the Research group for Health, History and Culture blog and Racism & Health: a public health perspective on the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. She later continued into postgraduate education in the same university, completing her MSc Child Public Health in 2018. She now works in childcare and is aspiring to become a qualified child play therapist.

Stefania Sarsah Cobbinah
MSc Child Public Health, BSc Medical Science and Humanities
Stefania Sarsah Cobbinah was born in Verona, Italy in 1995 by Ghanaian parents. Her primary and secondary education were completed in Italy; she moved to the United Kingdom in 2014 to study BSc Medical Science and Humanities in Swansea University. During her first degree she published Hysteria in the 19th-20th century on the Research group for Health, History and Culture blog and Racism & Health: a public health perspective on the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. She later continued into postgraduate education in the same university, completing her MSc Child Public Health in 2018. She now works in childcare and is aspiring to become a qualified child play therapist.

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