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Becoming an ethnographer: who, how, why, and in what context?

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About the Speaker

Dr Josephine NwaAmaka Bardi is a registered mental health nurse and the Associate Dean for Education and Student Experience in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the London South Bank University. In 2015, she founded the campaign to Raise Awareness of Mental Health in Higher Education (RAMHHE©), a responsive and dynamic novel student engagement strategy for wider participation and significant long-term positive academic, societal, and global impact.


Josephine is an anthropologist with expertise in community, social, and pedagogical psychiatry. She is a mentor and motivational speaker advocating for inclusive and compassionate universities focused on positive student experiences and driven by the students’ voices as the foundation for learning and teaching strategies.

She is a passionate student engagement expert with more than 10 years of experience, successfully implementing strategies to enable a positive student experience through mentoring, coaching, and collaborating with students to succeed.

Josephine is a qualitative researcher (ethnographer) with an interest in social and community psychiatry.


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