Milika Matiti

Project Partner: Milika Matiti
Milika Matiti
Co-lead for Inter-professional Education University of Lincoln College of Social Science School of Health and Social Care

My 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

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Based in

United Kingdom

Working in

United Kingdom

Areas 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 areas of interest

Communication skills, Evidence-based practice

Areas of healthcare expertise:

Child Health, Carer, Global health, Mental health/General, Mental health Nursing, Primary care, Service user.


Matiti, M.R., (2015), Learning to promote patient dignity: An inter-professional approach, Nurse Education in Practice

How does it really feel to be in my shoes?

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

Respecting the individual

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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African Inter-professional Education Network (AfriPEN)

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Malawi Health Care Support

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