Auxilia Chideme –Munodawafa working as a Professor & Assistant dean in Africa University. Since2009 she is also working as an Adjunct Professor at Notre dame college, Cleveland Ohio. She has extensive 25 year clinical experience as a Nurse Manager working in major teaching hospitals in Zimbabwe and also atotal of 10 years experience working in various health care facilities in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Working at Huron Hospital, A Cleveland clinic Hospital, a 210-bedded Community.From 1996 - 2000 Elected as Board Member to the International Society of Nurses in Cancer Care, Representing Africa and the Middle East.
3.Health policy issues.
4.Mother/Child Health issues in relation to HIV management.
1)Mandewo, Winnie,., Dodge Edward. , Chideme-Munodawafa, A., Mandewo G., (2014). .Non –Adherence to Treatment among Diabetic Patients Attending Outpatients Clinic at Mutare Provincial Hospital, Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe International, Journal of Scientific & Technology Research Volume 3, Issue 9, September, 2014, ISSN :2277-8616
2)B. Chingatichifwe , Dr. Ed. Dodge Prof. A. Chideme-Munodawafa , C. Masulani ( 2014) Exploration of adoption of health lifestyle for secondary prevention of non communicable diseases (stroke, diabetes and hypertension) among clients at Mzuzu Central Hospital Malawi, Vol. 10 # 12, ISSN: 1857
3)Chindedza , M., Mutseyekwa , F & Chideme-Munodawafa , A., Perceived barriers to accessing and achieving adherence in antiretroviral therapy among HIV patients at a rural mission hospital in Zimbabwe, European Scientific Journal August 2013 edition vol.9, No.24 ISSN: 1857 – 7881 (Print) e - ISSN 1857- 7431
4)Chideme-Munodawafa Auxilia, Mukora-Mutseyekwa Fadzai ( 2012), Assessment of Burnout among Health care Professionals in the Public Health Sector in Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe, Paper in print for publication in the international conference proceedings in Praag. September 7-14th 2012
5)Keyvan Ravakhah, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.C.P., Auxilia Chideme-Munodawafa, R.N., Ph.D., and Shunichi Nakagawa, M.D., Financial Outcomes of Palliative Care Services in an Intensive Care Unit, JOURNAL OF PALLIATIVE MEDICINE Volume 13, Number 1, 2010 ª Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., DOI: 10.1089=jpm.2009.0255. DOI: 10.1089=jpm.2009.0255
6)Chideme-Munodawafa, A., Gary, F, Chideme-Maradzika, J. (2009) Family Functioning in Childhood Cancer among Zimbabwean Families, USA, UK, Germany, VDM Publishers ( A Book Publication)
7)Munodawafa, A. (2003). The Fight against Cancer in the Developing World. Cancer Futures (2) Springer-Verlag, France
8)Munodawafa, A. (2003). How culture impacts on death and dying in Africa. International Cancer Nursing News. Volume 15, (2).pages 4- 6.
9)Munodawafa, A. (2002). Developing Cancer Nursing in Africa: Visions and Challenges. Abu Dhabi Proceedings, http//www.cancerworld.org
10)Munodawafa, A. (2001). A Palliative Care Module for Nurses, Zimbabwe Open University, Harare, Zimbabwe. ( A module publication being used as a course reading at Open university)
11)Munodawafa A. (2001). Zimbabwe, In: Textbook of Palliative Care, Farrell. & Coyle, New York, Oxford University Press. ( A book chapter publication, chapter 52)
12)Munodawafa, A. (1998). Nurse Leaders - Preparation and Scope of Practice in Zimbabwe. Journal of the Zimbabwe Nurses' Association. 1 (5) 4 & 14.
13)Munodawafa, A. (1998) Managing Change Journal of the Zimbabwe Nurses' Association. 1 (6) 4, 6 & 10.
14)Munodawafa, A. (1997) February International Networking in Cancer Care. Midwives Group Newsletter I. 6-8.
15)Munodawafa, A. and McDonald, P. (1997). Home Based Care in Zimbabwe. In Fitzpatrick, J. Modly, D. Poletti, p., and Zanotti, R. Home Care Nursing: International Lessons Chapter 5. 51 - 60, Springer Publishing Company, USA.
17)Munodawafa, A. and Maradzika, J., (1996). Appraisal, coping and Adaptation in Women with Breast Cancer. The Medical Research Council of Zimbabwe 5 (3),11 - 12.