PhD Qualified Faculty

​The School of Nursing and Midwifery Uganda prides itself in attracting competent and qualified research-active faculty who contribute to the existing body of knowledge that SONAM draws upon to deliver up-to-date, evidence-based learning.​


Ahmed Sarki

University of Warwick 

Thesis: Application of disease mapping to a global public health issue in low- and middle-income countries a case study of hypertension.​

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Grace Edwards

University of Liverpool

Thesis: Public perceptions about how maternal diet, drinking habits and activities during pregnancy might affect the well-being of the fetus.​​

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Mary Grace Nakate

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University: University of South Africa

Thesis:​ A model for facilitation of integrated patient care documentation at the Regional Referral Jinja Hospital Uganda​​

John Baptist Asiimwe

University: Mbarara University of Science and Technology

PhD Thesis: The Traditional Medicine Practitioner's concept of cancer, model of care, herbal medicine use, and the patients perceived clinical outcomes in Uganda.

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Joseph Mwizerwa

University: University of Salford

Thesis: Strengthening educational advancement for enrolled nurses: Developing a new program framework for Uganda​

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Carolyne Namukwaya

University: University of Salford

Thesis: Feasibility of Implementing a Child Development Counselling Programme for Caregivers of Children with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) Aged 0–3 Years in Uganda​

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Sarah Nakaziba

University: University of South Africa

Thesis: Role of continuing professional development in the digital transformation of selected university libraries in Uganda​

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Godfrey Katende

University: John Hopkins University USA

Thesis: Research Topic:  Using WHO hypertension guidelines in a Nurse-led care program among Nurses at Mulago Hospital in Uganda: A Pilot Study.​

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Mary Namuguzi

University: University of Salford
Thesis: Exploring Awareness and Healthy Lifestyle Behaviours for the Prevention of
Hypertension in Rural Communities in Central Uganda​

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