Dr Mwidimi Ndosi

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  • Qualifications:PhD MSc BSc (Hons) PGCert (Clin Education) FHEA RN
  • Position:Senior Lecturer in Rheumatology Nursing
  • Department:HAS - Nursing and Midwifery
  • Telephone:+4411732 88645
  • Email:Mwidimi.Ndosi@uwe.ac.uk

About me

I am a Senior Lecturer in Rheumatology Nursing. My post has a combination of research and student education roles in the Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences.

With expertise in observational studies, randomised controlled trials and systematic reviews, I am passionate about applied research that addresses clinical questions of importance to patients and patient care. My publications comprise 50 papers, over 50 peer-reviewed abstracts and three book chapters.

My clinical background is in rheumatology and musculoskeletal care with extended roles. I teach evidence-based practice, research methods and supervise postgraduate research.

Prior to joining UWE Bristol, I held Lecturer and Research Fellow posts at the University of Leeds where I completed my PhD in 2011. My thesis looked into outcomes of nurse-led care for people with rheumatoid arthritis.

Outside UWE Bristol, I have had leadership roles within British Society for Rheumatology and European League Against Rheumatism. I am Associate Editor of Rheumatology Advances in Practice and a reviewer to rheumatology and other healthcare journals.

Area of expertise

  • Observational studies addressing clinical questions of importance to patients and healthcare.
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of interventions using experimental designs and systematic reviews with meta-analysis. 
  • Developing and validating outcome measures using both traditional and modern psychometric approaches.
Working in the rheumatology research group means that our team has wide-ranging research expertise utilising both qualitative and quantitative methods. The group has an international reputation in patient-centred research around rheumatoid arthritis fatigue, self-management and outcome measurement.


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