EMMIE MALEWEZI

Dr EMMIE MALEWEZI

    20112016

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    Biography

    Emmie is a registrerd nurse who has worked as a Stroke Specialist Nurse and Stroke Unit Ward Manager in the NHS for over 15 years. Based in higher edication since 2018, she contributes to the delivery of curriculum relevant to adult nursing, long term conditions and research. Emmie is a member of the World Stroke Organisation, African Stroke Organisation and UK Stroke Nursing Forum. She was involved and contributed to the development of the London Stroke Nursing Competency Booklet which is currently used to train and assess stroke nurses across London. Emmie is also part of the UK-Malawi stroke partnership, a group of enthusiastic stroke experts who are developing the first ever stroke unit in Blantyre, Malawi. 

    Research interests

    Emmie's research interest focus on stroke care in particular acute stroke nursing and the care provided to stroke survivors and their family caregivers following hospital discharge. She was awarded a PhD for her work on the development of the Carers' Alert Thermometer for Stroke (CAT-S), a screening tool used to identify and support the needs of family caregivers of stroke survivors living at home. 

    Education/Academic qualification

    Eduaction, PGCert, Edge Hill University

    Award Date: 16 Mar 2021

    Health, PhD, Edge Hill University

    Award Date: 27 Apr 2020

    MSc Nursing , MSc, City, University of London

    Award Date: 1 Jun 2009

    Bsc (Hons) Nursing , BSc, University of Manchester

    Award Date: 1 Jun 2001

    Nursing and Midwifery, Other, University of Malawi

    Award Date: 1 Jan 1999

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