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).
Exploratory study of clinician and patient views regarding the use of a Preconception Care app for women with diabetes
Nwolise C. et al, (2020), Health Informatics Journal
The challenge of conducting qualitative research to understand the factors that influence equity in medical education: A scoping review
Sandars J. et al, (2020), MedEdPublish, 9
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