Milika Matiti

Milika Matiti

Dr Milika Matiti, Co-lead for Inter-professional Education, University of Lincoln, College of Social Science, School of Health and Social Care

Preferred contact: Email: mmatiti@lincoln.ac.uk Work Tel: +44 (0)1522 837780

Brief Description of WorkMy interests include patient dignity, inter-professional education, diversity and culture. I developed a dignity education programme for an NHS Trust and am a member of its Dignity Forum. I helped develop the Royal College of Nursing Dignity e-Learning. I am a member of the Nursing and Midwifery Council working group that developed the Essential Skills Clusters: communication, care and compassion. I am leading a Collaborative Inter-professional Education Undergraduate project between a health trust and university. I am a member of CAIPE and of the African Inter-professional Education Network. I am an executive/trustee member of Malawi Health Care Support (UK) Charity

Key Words: Resident in: UK, Working in: UK, Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications, Education, Meeting/ASS (Advanced Studies Seminar), Meeting Policy/other/, Publications/CUP series, Publications/other/, Research/other/[dignity/interprofessional education Services/person-centered, Services/teamwork, Services/other; Related Area(s) of Interest: Communication skills, Evidence-based practice, Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Child Health, Carer, Global health, Mental health/General, Mental health Nursing, Primary care, Service user.
Read more:
For more on the African Inter-professional Education Network (AfriPEN):
afripen.org/what-is-afripen/

For more on Malawi Health Care Support:
http://www.mahecas.org/

Sample publications:

Matiti, M.R., (2015), Learning to promote patient dignity: An inter-professional approach, Nurse Education in Practice http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2015.01.005

Bramley L and Matiti M (2014) how does it really feel to be in my shoes? Patients’ experiences of compassion within nursing care and their perceptions of developing compassionate nurses. Journal of Clinical Nursing – Open access.10.111/Jocn12513

Matiti M.R and Baillie  L ( 2012) Respecting the individual : In McSherry W , McSherry R and  Watson R ( ed) Care in Nursing – Principles , values and skills . Oxford University Press. Oxford pp 47-60

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