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Fungisai Gwanzura Ottemöller

Associate Professor
  • E-mailFungi.Ottemoller@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 31 34
  • Visitor Address
    Christiesgt. 13
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7807
    5020 Bergen

Master programme in Health Promotion and Health Psychology

  • Cimadamore, Alberto Daniel; Mittelmark, Maurice B; Lie, Gro Therese; Gwanzura Ottemöller, Fungisai Puleng. 2016. Development and Sustainability. The challenge of social change. Zed Books.
  • Bjørknes, Ragnhild; Larsen, Marit Hjellset; Ottemöller, Fungisai Puleng; Kjøbli, John. 2015. Exploring mental distress among immigrant mothers participating in parent training. Children and youth services review. 10-17.
  • Ottemöller, Fungisai Puleng. 2014. Book Review: Growing up with HIV in Zimbabwe: One day this will all be over, 1st ed., Ross Parsons, James Currey Suffilk (2012). Children and youth services review. 158-159.

More information in national current research information system (CRIStin)


Kesby, M.and Gwanzura-Ottemoller, F. (2008) ‘Sexual Health: examples from two participatory action research projects in Zimbabwe'. 71-80 in Kindon, S., Pain. R., and Kesby, M. (eds) (2007) Participatory Action Research Approaches and Methods: Connecting People, Participation and Place. (London: Routledge)


Kesby, M., Gwanzura-Ottemoller, F. and Chizororo, M. (2006) Theorising other 'other childhoods': Issues emerging from work on HIV in urban and rural Zimbabwe . Children's Geographies . 4 (2) 185-202


Gwanzura-Ottemoller, F., Hopkins, P., Lorimer,H. and Philip, L.J. (2005) Advanced Research Training in Human Geography: the Scottish Experience. Journal of Geography in Higher Education29(2), 279-292.


Gwanzura-Ottemöller, F.P. and Kesby, M.G. (2005) ‘Lets talk about sex baby…’: conversing with Zimbabwean children about HIV/AIDS. Children’s Geographies 3(2), 201-218.


Gwanzura-Ottemoller, F.P., Mittelmark, M.B., Patel, V., et al. (2000) Functional disability and common mental disorders in Harare, Zimbabwe: trends over one year. The International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 2(4), 16-22.


Patel, V., Todd, C.H., Winston, M., Gwanzura, F., et al. (1998) Outcome of Common Mental Disorders in Harare, Zimbabwe. British Journal of Psychiatry, 172, 53-57.


Patel, V., Todd, C.H., Winston, M., Gwanzura, F., et al. (1997c) Common mental disorders in primary care in Harare, Zimbabwe: associations and risk factors. British Journal of Psychiatry, 171, 53-57.


Patel, V., Simunyu, E., and Gwanzura, F. (1997b) Pathways to primary mental health care in high density suburbs in Harare, Zimbabwe. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 32, 97-103.


Patel, V., Mann, A., Gwanzura, F., Simunyu, E., et al. (1997a) The Shona Symptom Questionnaire: the development of an indigenous measure of common mental disorders in Harare. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 95, 469-475.


Patel, V., Mann, A., Simunyu, E. and Gwanzura, F. (1995c) Kufungisisa (thinking too much): a Shona idiom for non-psychotic mental illness. Central African Journal of Medicine, 41, 209-215.


Patel, V., Mann, A., Gwanzura, F., Simunyu, E., et al. (1995a) The explanatory models and phenomenology of common mental disorders in Harare, Zimbabwe. Psychological Medicine, 25, 1191-1199.


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