Ms. Nondumiso Ncube
  • Position: Lecturer
    Department: School of Public Health
    Faculty: Faculty of Community and Health
    Qualifications:                                    BSc (Bio/Chem) (University of Swaziland), BPharm (University of Witwatersrand), MScMedSc (Clinical Epidemiology) (Stellenbosch University).
    Tel: 021 959 9390
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Nondumiso Ncube is a lecturer at the School of Public Health, UWC. She holds a BSc (Bio/Chem) from the University of Swaziland (2001), a BPharm from the University of the Witwatersrand (2005) and an MScMedSc Clinical Epidemiology from Stellenbosch University (2014). After qualifying as a pharmacist, Nondumiso did her internship with Clicks Pharmacy Rosebank in Johannesburg before returning to her home country, Swaziland. In Swaziland she worked in wholesale pharmacy and hospital pharmacy before being promoted to Regional Pharmacist in 2010. She left Swaziland in 2012 to pursue the master’s program at Stellenbosch University. While at Stellenbsoch University, she worked as a teaching assistant for a first year Mclin Epi module (Research Proposal Writing and Grantmanship) and for the Health Research Ethics office as a Data Manager. In May 2014 she was appointed as an ethics committee member, which she still serves to date. In January 2015, Nondumiso joined the UWC SoPH as a lecturer involved in developing the pharmaceutical track within the MPH programme (Rational Medicines Use and Medicine Supply Management), and teaching the module-Managing Health and Disease. She has one publication in HIV knowledge and Prevention, and plans to build her research career to a PhD in Pharmaceutical Public Health.

Publications

Nondumiso B.Q. Ncube, Willem A.J. Meintjes, Lumbwe Chola. Knowledge and Attitudes of non-occupational HIV post-exposure Prophylaxis amongst first- and second-year Medical Students at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine; Vol 6, No 1 (2014), 9 pages. doi: 10.4102/phcfm.v6i1.665

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