Mrs Waheedha Emmamally

Person Ms Waheedha Emmamally
Telephone  +27 (0)31 260 1437
Campus Howard College
Research Interests Acute care (relational practice, spirituality in nursing)
Designation Lecturer
 Biosketch Ms Emmamally is a lecturer in the School of Nursing & Public Health at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. She has worked as a clinical nurse specialist in critical care nursing for 19 years both internationally and nationally.  She is currently involved in teaching general nursing and critical care nursing in The Discipline of Nursing.
 List Publications 1.       Almaze, J.P., & Emmamally W. (2015). Exploring awareness on evidence-based practice and research utilisation in critical care nurses in selected hospitals in the Ethekwini district KwaZulu-Natal. African Journal of Nursing & Midwifery, 17(2), 89- 102.

2.       Emmamally, W., & Brysiewicz, P. (2018). Focusing on families in the emergency department. Journal of International Emergency Nursing, 30, 1-2.

3.       Emmamally, W., & Brysiewicz, P. (2018). Family-centred practices of healthcare professionals in three emergency departments in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. SAJCC, 34(2), 38-43. 10.7196/SAJCC.201.v34i2.358

4.       Emmamally, W., & Brysiewicz, P. (2019). Partnering with families: Is the ED ready? Journal of International Emergency Nursing, 4, 1.

5.       Emmamally, W., & Brysiewicz, P. (2019). Families’ perceptions of support from health care professionals in the three emergency departments in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. IJANS, 10, 55–60.

6.       Mlaba, Z.P. & Emmamally, W., 2019, ‘Describing the perceptions of student nurses regarding barriers and benefits of a peer-mentorship programme in a clinical setting in KwaZulu-Natal’, Health SA Gesondheid 24(0), a1118.

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