Terence Madzivanzira

Associate Lecturer
Faculty of Health, Medicine and Social Care
School of Nursing
Areas of Expertise:
Nursing and midwifery

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


Terence is a senior nursing practitioner with over five 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 five years as an autonomous practitioner. He has been non-medical prescriber since April 2020.

Research interests
  • Emergency medicine
  • COVID-19

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

  • 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
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)