Kemoh Rogers

Kemoh Rogers


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Personal profile

Academic Background


Kemoh qualified as registered nurse, adults in 1997 and worked as ward-based staff nurse and gained in-patient and out-patient experiences in acute medical nursing and HIV/AIDS before taking up lecturer positions. He received his PhD in Public Health at City, University of London, where he was guest lecturer, which he did alongside clinical practice.

He then took up a fulltime position as senior lecturer in Adult Nursing and Public Health with Anglia Ruskin University in 2010. He had recurrent positions of course leader and admissions tutor for BSc Public Health. He taught and lead modules on the MSc Public Health programmes and acted as supervisor for PhD students. Also taught cohorts of international nurses including those on adaptation programmes.

He is currently Associate Professor in Nursing Sciences with University of East Anglia, Norwich and organise, lead and teach Essential Nursing Practice, Independent Non-Medical Prescribing, Diagnostic Interpretations and other modules.

His research interests include concordance to medications and the experiences of couples and individuals living with discordant chronic infections (STI/HIV) (where only one partner is infected), using grounded theory methodology and Interpretive Phenomenology informed by pragmatism and symbolic interactionism.


  1. Experiencing stigma by association among Black African heterosexual couples in serodiscordant relationships in the UK. 2nd International Conference on Nursing and Healthcare. 19/05/21 → 22/05/21, Paris
  2. 28th International Conference on Nursing Care Vienna, Austria, May 23-24, 2019. Title: Constructing identities to evade stigma in relationships with one partner living with HIV
  1. 6th International Conference on Nurse Practitioners, Paris, France, Keynote presentation: June 21-22, 2018, Positioning HIV and communications: Narratives of Black African heterosexual couples in relationships with one HIV positive partner in the UK
  1. 16th European Doctoral Conference in Nursing Science, Bern, Switzerland, 15-17 September 2016. Constructing identities through selective disclosures of HIV to outsiders: The Lived Experiences of Black African Couples in Serodiscordant Relationships in the UK
  2. 14th European Doctoral Conference in Nursing Science Maastricht, Netherlands 12-13September 2014; Constructing Serodiscordant Relationships (SdRs): The Narrative of Couples in Relationships with one HIV Positive Partner (SdRs)
  3. 13th European Doctoral Conference in Nursing Science Graz, Austria, 14-15September 2012 Using Constructivist Grounded Theory as Gestalt to Improve Understanding of the Experiences of People living in Relationships where one partner is HIV Positive (HIV Serodiscordant Relationships (HIV SDRs
  4. National HIV Nurses Association, Liverpool 13-15 June 2012 Manchester, Promoting user involvement (UI) through a holistic nursing framework for the care and management of people with HIV/AIDS as a chronic condition.
  5. National HIV Nurses Association, Birmingham June 2009; Understanding the perspectives of patients on user involvement group (UIG): the implications for holistic nursing care and management of people with HIV/AIDS as a chronic condition.
  6.  National HIV Nurses Association Glasgow June 2008; HIV-2: Nursing care and management.


External Activities

External Examiner: MSc Public Health and Health Promotion and Continuing Professional Development Provision. Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland

Chair: Research Sub-Committee, National HIV Nurses Association


External Examiners for Taught Courses. Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care, Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Lane, Cambridge, Peterborough and Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ, UK

Expertise related to UN Sustainable Devlopment Goals

In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

  • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, City, University of London

28 Feb 201030 Oct 2015

Award Date: 26 Aug 2016

Anglia Ruskin University

30 Sep 203031 Aug 2031

Award Date: 31 Aug 2011

Master of Science, City, University of London

30 Sep 200630 Aug 2008

Award Date: 30 Dec 2008

Master of Science, City, University of London

10 Oct 200130 Aug 2003

Award Date: 30 Dec 2003

Bachelor of Social Science, City, University of London

30 Sep 199830 Sep 2001

Award Date: 3 Dec 2001


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