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Professor Uduak Archibong

Professor  Uduak  Archibong
Uduak Archibong is Professor of Diversity, Race Equality Champion and Director of the Centre for Inclusion and Diversity at the University of Bradford, UK.

Uduak is an honorary professor at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal South Africa and a Fellow of the West African College of Nursing. Her research, teaching and knowledge transfer activities broadly cover the areas of workforce diversity, leadership development, family-centred health care and cross-cultural negotiation of community / family access to, and engagement in health and social services. She has established an outstanding record of contributions in promoting and developing research to enhance levels of cross-cultural competence amongst health and social service practitioners, staff and students in academic settings. She is currently leading numerous large-scale collaborative research projects on representational diversity in health and education.

Uduak Archibong has published extensively on inclusion and diversity. She is on editorial board of numerous academic journals including Diversity in Health and Social Care, Multicultural Nursing, BMJ West Africa, West African Journal of Nursing. She has significant experience in championing equality and diversity in health and social care curricula at all levels.

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Updated: Nov 07