Terence Madzivanzira

Senior Lecturer – Advanced Practice Nursing and Midwifery

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care

School:Nursing and Midwifery

Terence is adept in advanced clinical and emergency medicine. He has advanced clinical skills and is passionate about EBM and research

Background

Terence is a senior nursing practitioner with over 5 years’ experience as an emergency nurse practitioner and is now an advanced clinical practitioner with competencies in diagnostics and therapeutics, skills in enhanced consultation, critical thinking and clinical decision-making, and leadership within emergency medicine. He is an initiative-taking individual who is motivated by an aspiration to deliver high quality patient care, underpinned by best evidence and the 4 Pillars of advanced clinical practice. Terence has 17 years of nursing experience, and 5 years as an autonomous practitioner. He has been non-medical prescriber since April 2020.

Research interests

  • emergency medicine
  • covid 19

I am interested in emergency medicine research from a view of enhancing the patient’s journey in their contact with emergency medicine. I am also interested in finding out the nexus between covid-19 and the BAME groups not only in England but the whole world. I also have interests in tackling childhood obesity.

Qualifications

  • MSc Contemporary Nursing (Adv. Pract.) – RCN Accredited, University of Hertfordshire (UOH), 2021
  • MSc Public Health, Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), 2007
  • Dip. Of Credit: Mentorship in Public Services, ARU, 2005
  • DipHE Adult Nursing, ARU, 2004 

Memberships, editorial boards

  • NMC