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Dr Nestor Asiamah

Lecturer
School of Health and Social Care
Dr Nestor Asiamah

Profile

Biography

I joined the University of Essex in the fourth quarter of 2021 as a Lecturer in Health and Social Care. I’m keen to relish this role to advance my research and support students to maximise their potential for addressing critical global issues. I’ve had the privilege of collaborating with some of the best researchers and academics from at least five continents and 10 countries including the United Kingdom, United States, New Zealand, Japan, Chile, and Germany. In the last five years, I’ve led research projects in gerontology, physical activity, clinical research, psychometrics, and epidemiology at the Africa Centre for Epidemiology where I served as Principal Research Fellow and Executive Director. I'm a consultant to the National Health Service through various Trusts in Essex, United Kingdom. I'm currently editing a book entitled "Sustainable Ageing”: Reimagining Healthy Ageing Through the Lens of Flagship Campaigns", which will be published by Springer in the fourth quarter of 2024. I'm now accepting abstracts for this book. I also serve on the editorial boards of several journals, including BMC Public Health and PLOS ONE. I serve as an internal and external doctoral examiner and have examined PhDs from Australia and other countries. I review major grants, including UKRI healthy ageing grants. I’m keen to contribute to developing evidence-based healthy ageing policies for contexts experiencing crises such as war, climate change events, radical industrialisation, and the outbreak of infectious diseases. To this end, I’m currently mobilising a multidisciplinary network of practitioners and researchers from six continents toward the formation of the International Sustainable Ageing Research Group (ISARG), a global network dedicated to policy-driven research in “sustainable ageing”. Please email me if you want to join this group. I lead an international research mentorship programme involving postdoctoral mentees as well as professorial mentors from the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom. The programme is aimed at developing influential researchers in ageing and epidemiology. I’m an Honorific Professor on the African Scientists Directory established through the collaboration of the International Science Council and the Academy of Sciences of South Africa. I'm currently mobilising funds to undertake a randomised controlled trial on "changes in social networks and their health outcomes in later life". Through a systematic review and Delphi study, I plan to compile a comprehensive report detailing policy directions for healthy ageing amidst climate change events. Funders and collaborators are invited to support these projects. I’m accepting PhD researchers, especially those from the Gulf Region (e.g., Saudi Arabia).

Qualifications

  • PhD University of Portsmouth,

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Lecturer (R), Division of Interdisciplinary Research and Practice, School Health and Social Care, University of Essex (3/10/2021 - present)

  • Ethics Support Officer, School of Health and Social Care, University of Essex (1/9/2023 - present)

  • Deputy Director of Postgraduate Research, School of Health and Social Care, University of Essex (1/2/2024 - present)

Other academic

  • Research Officer, Research and Innovation Service, University of Portsmouth (20/7/2021 - 7/8/2021)

  • Facilitator (Research), Human Resources and Organizational Development, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (8/10/2017 - 30/9/2020)

  • Lead Tutor, Research Academy, Africa Center for Epidemiology (1/4/2020 - 31/8/2021)

  • Academic Editor, Ageing, BMC Public Health (18/4/2023 - present)

  • Academic Editor, Gerontology and Geriatrics, PLOS ONE (25/11/2022 - present)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Gerontology

I do research and supervise student projects in this area

Key words: Ageing
Open to supervise

Physical activity

I do research and supervise student projects in this area

Key words: Exercise

Psychometrics

I do research and supervise student projects in this area

Key words: Scale development
Open to supervise

Health services

I do research and supervise student projects in this area

Key words: Healthcare quality
Open to supervise

Publications

Journal articles (64)

Kaasgaard, DM., Sørensen, MK., Christiansen, RB., Breum, UN., Asiamah, N., Friis, LBT. and Hjorth, P., (2024). Video consultation and treatment in the community smoking cessation therapy success rates in patients with mental illness: a randomized controlled trial. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, 1-9

Asiamah, N., Adu-Gyamfi, K., Danquah, E., Frimpong, FKS. and Armah-Bempong, E., (2023). Psychometric Properties of a Scale Measuring Patients’ Perceptions Regarding Physical Activity Counseling by Physicians. Hospital Topics. 101 (1), 16-26

Asiamah, N., Kouveliotis, K., Petersen, C., Eduafo, R. and Borkey, R., (2023). Physical activity time and lifestyle correlates of cardiovascular disease status in older adults in Accra. Journal of Public Health. 31 (9), 1453-1462

Asiamah, N., Kouveliotis, K., Eduafo, R. and Borkey, R., (2023). Associations between vigorous physical activity, social ties, social support, and self-reported health among older adults in Accra, Ghana. PLOS Global Public Health. 3 (2), e0001582-e0001582

Asiamah, N., Agyemang, SM., Yarfi, C., Arthur-Mensah, RJ., Muhonja, F., Khan, HTA., Kouveliotis, K. and Sghaier, S., (2023). Associations of Social Networks with Physical Activity Enjoyment among Older Adults: Walkability as a Modifier Through a STROBE-Compliant Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 20 (1), 3341-3341

Asiamah, N., Bateman, A., Hjorth, P., Khan, HTA. and Danquah, E., (2023). Socially active neighborhoods: construct operationalization for aging in place, health promotion and psychometric testing. Health Promotion International. 38 (1), daac191-

Awuviry-Newton, K., Amposah, M., Asamoah, D., Dintrans, PV., Afram, AA., Byles, J., Mugumbate, JR., Kowal, P. and Asiamah, N., (2023). Physical activity and functional disability among older adults in Ghana: The moderating role of multi-morbidity. PLOS Global Public Health. 3 (3), e0001014-e0001014

Asiamah, N., Vieira, RE., Awuviry-Newton, K., Kapilashrami, A. and Khan, TAH., (2023). Intergenerational differences in walking for transportation between older men and women in six countries. Journal of Transport and Health. 31 (1), 101630-101630

Danquah, E. and Asiamah, N., (2023). Personal predictors of the longest episode of occupational sitting and their interaction with workplace support for health among workers in Accra: A cross-sectional analysis with sensitivity analyses. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics. 95 (1), 103448-103448

Asiamah, N., Muhonja, F., Omisore, A., Opuni, FF., Mensah, HK., Danquah, E., Agyemang, SM., Agyemang, I., Hatsu, S., Baffoe, RS., Eku, E. and Manu, CA., (2023). The association between core job components, physical activity, and mental health in African academics in a post-COVID-19 context.. Current Psychology. 42 (9), 7235-7251

Asiamah, N., Vieira, ER., Gasana, J., Conduah, AK. and Eduafo, R., (2023). The moderating influences of social networks on the relationship between neighbourhood walkability and sedentary behaviour in community-dwelling older adults in Accra, Ghana. Journal of Public Health. 31 (5), 789-798

Asiamah, N., Simon Mawulorm, A., Edgar Ramos, V., Hafiz T.A., K. and Janvier, G., (2023). Sedentary behaviour among older adults residing in fat and hilly neighbourhoods and its association with frailty and chronic disease status. BMC Public Health. 23 (1), 2083-

Asiamah, N., Khan, HTA., Yarfi, C., Agyemang, SM., Arthur-Mensah Jnr, R., Muhonja, F., Sghaier, S. and Kouveliotis, K., (2023). Associations of frailty with partial and absolute sedentary behaviours among older adults: A STROBE-compliant analysis of modifiability by gender and age. PLoS One. 18 (10), e0293482-e0293482

Asiamah, N., Awuviry-Newton, K., Nesser, W. and Alvarez, E., (2023). Carbon Footprints of Active and Non-Active Transport Modes: Hierarchy and Intergenerational Narrative Analyses. Sustainability. 15 (1), 12795-12795

Cronin, C., Abbott, J., Asiamah, N. and Smyth, S., (2023). Menopause at work—An organisation-based case study. Nursing Open. 11 (1)

Hart, PD., Asiamah, N., Teferi, G. and Uher, I., (2023). Relationships between physical activity and other health-related measures using state-based prevalence estimates. Health Promotion Perspectives. 13 (4), 308-315

Asiamah, N., Vieira, ER., Kouveliotis, K., Gasana, J., Awuviry-Newton, K. and Eduafo, R., (2022). Associations between older African academics' physical activity, walkability and mental health: a social distancing perspective.. Health Promotion International. 37 (2), daab093-

Asiamah, N., Mensah, HK. and Oteng-Abayie, EF., (2022). Non-Probabilistic Sampling in Quantitative Clinical Research. International Journal of Applied Research on Public Health Management. 7 (1), 1-18

Bempong, AE. and Asiamah, N., (2022). Neighbourhood walkability as a moderator of the associations between older Ghanaians’ social activity, and the frequency of walking for transportation: A cross-sectional study with sensitivity analyses. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 100, 104660-104660

Asiamah, N., Lowry, R., Khan, HTA. and Awuviry-Newton, K., (2022). Associations between Social support Provided and Walkability among Older Adults: Health Self-Consciousness as a Moderator. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 101, 104691-104691

Opuni, FF., Asiamah, N., Danquah, E., Ricky-Okine, CK., Ocloo, EC. and Quansah, F., (2022). The associations between pro-environment behaviours, sustainability knowingness, and neighbourhood walkability among residents of Accra Metro in Ghana: A cross-sectional analysis. Journal of Transport and Health. 25, 101375-101375

Danquah, E. and Asiamah, N., (2022). Associations between physical work environment, workplace support for health, and presenteeism: a COVID-19 context. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health. 95 (9), 1-10

Asiamah, N., Aggrey, M., Adu-Gyamfi, K. and Opuni, FF., (2022). Construction of a Scale Assessing Patients’ Perceptions Regarding Sanitation and Hygiene in a Clinical Setting. Journal of Patient Safety. 18 (2), e534-e541

Asiamah, N., Conduah, AK., Danquah, E., Kouveliotis, K. and Eduafo, R., (2022). Abuse and Neglect of Community-Dwelling Older Adults: Index Generation, an Assessment of Intensity, and Implications for Ageing in Place. Advances in Gerontology. 12 (2), 176-183

Asiamah, N., Kanekar, A., Khan, HTA., Panday, S. and Mensah, SW., (2022). Neighbourhood walkability as a moderator of the associations between older adults’ information technology use and social activity: A cross-sectional study with sensitivity analyses. Journal of Transport & Health. 26, 101480-101480

Asiamah, N., Opoku, E. and Kouveliotis, K., (2022). The association between nurses’ physical activity counselling and patients’ perceptions of care quality in a primary care facility in Ghana. PLoS One. 17 (7), e0270208-e0270208

Sghaier, S., Asiamah, N., Danquah, E., Opuni, FF. and Hatsu, S., (2022). Information technology ability mediates the association between older adults’ subjective age and social activity: A STROBE-compliant cross-sectional analysis. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 103, 104790-104790

Asiamah, N., Kofi, A-N., Edgar R., V., Andrew, B., Hafiz T.A., K., Henry Kofi, M., Pablo Villalobos, V. and Emelia, D., (2022). Older Adults’ Vigorous Occupational Physical Activity Levels in Six Countries Are Explained by Country and ‘Having Multiple Jobs’. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 19 (21), 14065-14065

Danquah, E., Asiamah, N., Opuni, FF., Ocloo, EC. and Ricky-Okine, CK., (2022). Pro-environment behavioural moderators of the association between perceived walkability and social activity. Journal of Transport and Health. 27, 101533-101533

Asiamah, N., Kouveliotis, K. and Opoku, E., (2021). The Influence of Physicians' Physical Activity Prescription on Indicators of Health Service Quality. Journal for Healthcare Quality. 43 (5), e70-e76

Asiamah, N., Kouveliotis, K., Eduafo, R. and Borkey, R., (2021). Psychometric Properties of a New Scale Measuring Neglect and Abuse of Older Adults in the Community: Implications for Social Activity. International Quarterly of Community Health Education. 41 (2), 163-172

Asiamah, N. and Mensah, HK., (2021). Leadership status and demographic correlates of whistleblowing in healthcare: The influence of a consolidated theory. International Journal of Healthcare Management. 14 (3), 744-755

Asiamah, N., Adu-Gyamfi, K., Frimpong, FKS. and Avor, WMK., (2021). Development of a Scale Measuring Nurses’ Physical Activity Counseling in a Primary Care Facility: Implications for Healthcare Quality. Hospital Topics. 99 (3), 119-129

Asiamah, N., Opuni, FF., Mends-Brew, E., Mensah, SW., Mensah, HK. and Quansah, F., (2021). Short-Term Changes in Behaviors Resulting from COVID-19-Related Social Isolation and Their Influences on Mental Health in Ghana. Community Mental Health Journal. 57 (1), 79-92

Asiamah, N., Conduah, AK. and Eduafo, R., (2021). Social network moderators of the association between Ghanaian older adults’ neighbourhood walkability and social activity. Health Promotion International. 36 (5), 1357-1367

Asiamah, N., Frimpong Opuni, F., Aggrey, M. and Adu-Gyamfi, K., (2021). ADAPTED SERVQUAL: A Health Service Quality Scale Incorporating Indicators of Sanitation and Hygiene. Quality Management in Health Care. 30 (3), 184-193

Asiamah, N., Petersen, C., Kouveliotis, K. and Eduafo, R., (2021). The Built Environment and Socio-Demographic Correlates of Partial and Absolute Sedentary Behaviours in Community-Dwelling Older Adults in Accra, Ghana. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology. 36 (1), 21-42

Asiamah, N., Opuni, FF., Muhonja, F., Danquah, E., Agyemang, SM., Agyemang, I., Omisore, A., Mensah, HK., Hatsu, S., Baffoe, RS., Eku, E. and Manu, CA., (2021). The relationship between job components, neighbourhood walkability and African academics' physical activity: a post-COVID-19 context.. Health Promotion International. 37 (2), daab090-

Asiamah, N., Mends-Brew, E. and Boison, BKT., (2021). A spotlight on cross-sectional research: Addressing the issues of confounding and adjustment. International Journal of Healthcare Management. 14 (1), 183-196

Asiamah, N., Opuni, FF. and Mensah, HK., (2020). The nexus between internal marketing in hospitals and organizational commitment: Incorporating the mediation roles of key job characteristics. International Journal of Healthcare Management. 13 (sup1), 385-399

Asiamah, N., Opuni, FF., Mends-Brew, E., Mensah, SW., Mensah, HK. and Quansah, F., (2020). Short-term changes in behaviors resulting from COVID-19-related social isolation and their influences on mental health

Mends-Brew, E. and Asiamah, N., (2020). Improving health workers’ organisational commitment: Drawing lessons from the interaction between internal marketing and key job characteristics. International Journal of Healthcare Management. 13 (sup1), 318-328

Asiamah, N., Kouveliotis, K., Eduafo, R. and Borkey, R., (2020). The Influence of Community-Level Built Environment Factors on Active Social Network Size in Older Adults: Social Activity as a Moderator. International Quarterly of Community Health Education. 41 (1), 77-87

Asiamah, N., Kouveliotis, K., Eduafo, R. and Borkey, R., (2020). Assessing the maturity of community-level built environments for older adults' active behaviors: highlights from a psychometric test. Advances in gerontology = Uspekhi gerontologii. 33 (1), 153-158

Asiamah, N., Petersen, C., Kouveliotis, K., Eduafo, R. and Borkey, R., (2020). THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SELF-REPORTED HEALTH IN OLDER ADULTS: LESSONS IMPLIED BY LIFESTYLE FACTORS. Успехи геронтологии. 33 (2), 289-298

Asiamah, N., Mensah, HK. and Ocra, B., (2019). An assessment of education, in-service training and tenure prolongation as methods for enhancing nursing performance. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance. 32 (6), 910-926

Asiamah, N. and Danquah, E., (2019). A comparative analysis of the influences of specialized and non-specialized emotional intelligence training on patient satisfaction. International Journal of Healthcare Management. 12 (4), 265-276

Asiamah, N., Kouveliotis, K., Petersen, C., Eduafo, R. and Borkey, R., (2019). Injuries, dislocations, and poor health perceived by older adults to result from vigorous physical activity: implications for active living, health promotion, and gerontology. Advances in gerontology = Uspekhi gerontologii. 32 (4), 652-657

Asiamah, N., Kouveliotis, K., Petersen, C. and Eduafo, R., (2019). The association between social capital factors and sedentary behaviour among older adults: Does the built environment matter?. Advances in gerontology = Uspekhi gerontologii. 32 (1-2), 234-242

Mensah, HK., Asiamah, N. and Azinga, SA., (2019). The association between nurses’ religiousness and job satisfaction. International Journal of Ethics and Systems. 35 (3), 426-443

Asiamah, N., Mensah, HK. and Azinga, SA., (2019). Enhancing nurses’ job satisfaction through remuneration: can materialism be a threat?. International Journal of Ethics and Systems. 35 (3), 359-375

Asiamah, N., Opuni, FF. and Frimpong, FKS., (2018). Leveraging word-of-mouth as a payback from patients of private hospitals: the role of healthcare quality delivery. International Journal of Behavioural and Healthcare Research. 6 (3/4), 251-251

Azinga, SA., Asiamah, N. and Mensah, HK., (2018). Eschewing love of money and materialism: a potential step towards avoiding nurses' intention to quit. International Journal of Behavioural and Healthcare Research. 6 (3/4), 225-225

Asiamah, N., Mensah, HK. and Danquah, E., (2018). An assessment of the emotional intelligence of health workers. Journal of Global Responsibility. 9 (2), 141-159

Asiamah, N., (2017). The nexus between health workers’ emotional intelligence and job performance. Journal of Global Responsibility. 8 (1), 10-33

Asiamah, N., (2017). Social engagement and physical activity: Commentary on why the activity and disengagement theories of ageing may both be valid. Cogent Medicine. 4 (1), 1289664-1289664

Asiamah, N., (2017). Enhancing nurses’ emotional intelligence: Are tenure prolongation, education and in-service training applicable methods even when not specialized?. Cogent Business and Management. 4 (1), 1280896-1280896

Asiamah, N., (2017). Socio-demographic determinants of physical activity (PA): A working class perspective. Cogent Medicine. 3 (1), 1276037-1276037

Asiamah, N. and Azinga, SA., (2017). Emotional geriatric care: a health worker development framework for advancing health care for the elderly. Geriatric Care. 3 (2), 36-40

Asiamah, N., Mensah, H. and Oteng-Abayie, EF., (2017). General, Target, and Accessible Population: Demystifying the Concepts for Effective Sampling. The Qualitative Report. 22 (6), 1607-1621

Asiamah, N., Mensah, HK. and Ofosu Oteng-Abayie, E., (2016). A Statistical Assessment of the Emotional Intelligence of Healthcare Workers in Accra North: A Scale Validation Approach

Mensah, HK., Asiamah, N. and Mireku, K., (2016). The effect of organizational justice delivery on organizational commitment. Journal of Global Responsibility. 7 (2), 196-209

Asiamah, N., Mensah, HK. and Oteng-Abayie, EF., (2016). An Assessment of the Effect of Education, In-Service Training (IST) and Tenure on Healthcare Performance: A Cost-Optimizing Perspective. Current Research in Psychology. 7 (2), 16-26

Asiamah, N., Mensah, HK. and Oteng-Abayie, EF., (2016). Health Workers' Emotional Intelligence Development: An Examination of the Potential Roles of Tenure, Education and Training. International Journal of Research in Nursing. 7 (1), 24-34

Books (1)

Asiamah, N., Khan, HTA., Dintrans, PV., Koohsari, MJ., Mogaji, E., Vieira, ER., Lowry, R. and Mensah, HK., (2023). Sustainable Neighbourhoods for Ageing in Place An Interdisciplinary Voice Against Global Crises. Springer. 3031415930. 9783031415937

Book chapters (7)

Asiamah, N., Koohsari, MJ. and Lowry, R., (2023). Ageing in Place: The Present and Future Social and Health Threats. In: Sustainable Neighbourhoods for Ageing in Place: An Interdisciplinary Voice Against Global Crises. Editors: Asiamah, N., Khan, HTA., Dintrans, VP., Koohsari, MJ., Mogaji, E., Vieira, ER., Lowry, R. and Mensah, HK., . Springer. 15- 35. 3031415930. 978-3031415937

Asiamah, N., Khan, HTA., Dintrans, PV., Mohammad, JK., Mogaji, E., Vieira, ER. and Mensah, HK., (2023). Sustainable Neighbourhoods for Ageing in Place in a World of Crises: An Introduction. In: Sustainable Neighbourhoods for Ageing in Place: An Interdisciplinary Voice Against Global Crises. Editors: Asiamah, N., Khan, HTA., Dintrans, PV., Mohammad, JK., Mogaji, E., Vieira, ER., Lowry, R. and Mensah, HK., . Springer. 1- 11. 9783031415937

Asiamah, N., Kanekar, A., Khan, HTA. and Dintrans, PV., (2023). Neighbourhood Services and Ageing in Place: An Extreme Industrialisation Perspective. In: Sustainable Neighbourhoods for Ageing in Place: An Interdisciplinary Voice Against Global Crises. Editors: Asiamah, N., Khan, HTA., Dintrans, PV., Mohammad, JK., Mogaji, E., Vieira, ER., Lowry, R. and Mensah, HK., . Springer. 91- 110. 9783031415937

Asiamah, N., Danquah, E., Sghaier, S., Mensah, HK. and Kouveliotis, K., (2023). Assistive Technologies for Ageing in Place: A Theoretical Proposition of Human Development Postulates. In: Sustainable Neighbourhoods for Ageing in Place: An Interdisciplinary Voice Against Global Crises. Editors: Asiamah, N., Khan, HTA., Dintrans, PV., Mohammad, JK., Mogaji, E., Vieira, ER., Lowry, R. and Mensah, HK., . Springer. 161- 178. 9783031415937

Asiamah, N., (2023). ‘Sustainable Ageing’ in a World of Crises. In: Sustainable Neighbourhoods for Ageing in Place: An Interdisciplinary Voice Against Global Crises. Editors: Asiamah, N., Khan, HTA., Dintrans, PV., Mohammad, JK., Mogaji, E., Vieira, ER., Lowry, R. and Mensah, HK., . Springer. 217- 236. 9783031415937

Asiamah, N., (2022). Physical Activity Among African Academics in a Post-COVID-19 Era: The Terrain for Action. In: Re-imagining Educational Futures in Developing Countries. Editors: Mogaji, E., Jain, V., Maringe, F. and Hinson, RE., . Palgrave Macmillan. 77- 102. 978-3-030-88233-4

Asiamah, N., (2022). Walkable Urban Neighborhoods: The Adverse Effects of Industrialization and Climate Change in Developing Countries. In: Sustainable Urbanism in Developing Countries. Editors: Chatterjee, U., Biswas, A., Mukherjee, J. and Mahata, D., . CRC Press. 1- 16

Conferences (2)

Asiamah, N. and Khan, HTA., Mobility in Old Age: The potential role of the ability to use information technologies. International Gerontological Symposium in Antalya, Turkey, November 21-23, 2022.

Asiamah, N., Hatsu, S. and Opuni, FF., Association Between Information Technology Ability, Internet Self-Efficacy, and Successful Ageing among Ghanaian Older Adults: A STROBE-Compliant Moderation Analysis. 52nd British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference, Norwich (University of East Anglia), 5th-7th July 2023.

Reports and Papers (3)

Abdel-Jawadova, J., Asiamah, N., Cronin, C. and Boydell, V., (2022). A Rapid Review on the Success Factors for Mobilising Personalised Care with Frail Older Adults

Cronin, C., Abbott, J., Asiamah, N. and Smyth, S., (2022). Menopause in the workplace - an organisation-based case study

Asiamah, N., Mends-Brew, E., Danquah, E. and Opuni, FF., (2021). Behavioral and Demographic Predictors of Exercise During A COVID-19 Lockdown in Three Ghanaian Cities

Grants and funding

2022

Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care Services Allied Health Professionals Faculty

East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust

Evaluating the impact of the Suffolk & North East Essex Atrial Fibrillation Remote Monitoring Pilot

Eastern Academic Health Science Network

Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care Services Allied Health Professionals Faculty

East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust

Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care Services Allied Health Professionals Faculty

East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust

Contact

n.asiamah@essex.ac.uk

Location:

Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

9:00 - 17:00

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