Dr Chidiebere Nwolise
I am a researcher within the Health Services Research Unit at the Nuffield Department of Population Health working on outcomes in long term conditions. I have an MSc in International Health and Management (University of Aberdeen) and a PhD in Health Sciences (University of Surrey). I completed my PhD in 2018, using a mixed methods design to develop and evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of a preconception care app for women with diabetes. I was awarded postgraduate research student of the year in 2017 by the University of Surrey, and was a member of the long term conditions and ageing cluster, as well as the Athena Swan committee.
I have experience of both qualitative and quantitative research methods, and been involved in short-term, long-term and multi-site projects. Before joining the University of Oxford, I worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Edge Hill University and worked on various qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods projects. I joined the Health Services Research Unit to work on a range of projects related to skin cancer, specifically melanoma and squamous cell carcinoma, using patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) and investigating patients’ experiences and acceptability of randomised controlled trials (RCTs).
Multi-disciplinary training hubs in North West England: the training hub lead perspective
Brown JM. et al, (2019), Education for Primary Care, 1 - 6
Exploring the acceptability and feasibility of a preconception and diabetes information app for women with pregestational diabetes: A mixed-methods study protocol.
Nwolise CH. et al, (2017), Digit Health, 3
Preconception Care Education for Women With Diabetes: A Systematic Review of Conventional and Digital Health Interventions.
Nwolise CH. et al, (2016), J Med Internet Res, 18
Contraception for women with diabetes: challenges and solutions.
Robinson A. et al, (2016), Open Access J Contracept, 7, 11 - 18
The effectiveness of community-based loan funds for transport during obstetric emergencies in developing countries: a systematic review.
Nwolise CH. et al, (2015), Health Policy Plan, 30, 946 - 955