Dr Mohamed Kemoh Rogers

Senior Lecturer

Postgraduate Medical Institute

Faculty:Faculty of Medical Science

Location: Chelmsford

Areas of Expertise: Health and social care , Public health

Courses taught: Public Health, Public Health

Kemoh is our Senior Lecturer in Public Health and Health & Social Care.

Email: kemoh.rogers@anglia.ac.uk


Registered Nurse (Adults), Sexually Transmitted Infections/HIV Nurse Specialist, Visiting Lecturer City University London

Areas of research supervision

Experiences of people living with discordant chronic infections (STI/HIV) (where only one partner is infected). He is particularly interested in grounded theory methodology informed by pragmatism and symbolic interactionism.



  • PGCE, Anglia Ruskin University
  • MSc Nursing, City University London
  • MSc Economic Evaluation, City University London
  • BSc (Hons) Nursing, City University London
  • Diploma Nursing Studies, University of Surrey
  • BSc Agriculture, University of Sierra Leone
  • Registered Nurse Adult, NMC
  • ENB934: Management of HIV/AIDS and sexual health, NMC
  • ENB 280: Advanced management of HIV/AIDS, NMC
  • Independent non-medical prescribing, NMC
  • PhD, City University London

Memberships, editorial boards

  • Royal College of Nursing
  • National HIV Nurses Association

Recent presentations and conferences

14th European Doctoral Conference in Nursing Science Maastricht, Netherlands 12 -13 September 2014; Constructing Serodiscordant Relationships (SdRs): The Narrative of Couples in Relationships with one HIV Positive Partner (SdRS)

13th European Doctoral Conference in Nursing Science Graz, Austria, 14-15 September 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)

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

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

National HIV Nurses Association Glasgow June 2008; HIV-2: Nursing care management