Nina Honiball is a full-time PhD student at the Department of Family Medicine.
Her PhD study is an enquiry into the role maps and map-making for health care teams delivering Community Oriented Primary Care (COPC) in Mamelodi, City of Tshwane. Nina’s research work is being carried out under the supervision of Prof Tessa Marcus (Department of Family Medicine, UP) and Dr Duncan Reyburn (Department of Visual Arts, UP) as part of the Community Health Education Research Initiative of the UP COPC Research Unit with the support of an NRF bursary.
Nina lectures part-time at the Information Design Department (University of Pretoria) and is a co-curator of Narrative in Practice (NiP), a UK based design symposium dedicated to exploring the value of narrative in the creative industry.
Roles and responsibility:
Nina manages the website of the Department of Family Medicine and helps to design various illustrations and conceptual diagrams for COPC.
Human Centred Design, Narrative Environment Design, Community engagement and Participatory Design.