Dr Eunice Ayodeji

Dr Eunice Ayodeji

Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing

  • Mary Seacole MS2.52
  • T: 0161 295 7279
  • E: e.ayodeji@salford.ac.uk
  • SEEK: Research profile

Office Times

Monday 8.30- 4.30

Tuesday 8.30-5.30

Wednesday 8.30-4.30

From 1/4/2013 I will not be working on Thursdays

Friday 8.30-4.30

Biography

I qualified as a mental health nurse in 1996. My Clinical work and area of expertise is based around child & adolescent mental health.

Prior to commencing my present post, I was a researcher on a large ranmdomised controlled trial which investigated the outcomes of adolescents who repeatedly self-harm.

Teaching

Pre- Registration Degree: Foundations of Nursing Knowledge and practice (Year 1 Semester 1)

Pre-Registration Degree : Mental and Physical health and well-being across the lifespan (Year 2 Semester 1)

Pre-Registration Degree : Preparation for Practice (Year 3 Semester 2 and 3)

Post-Qualifying Degree : Evidence for Enhancing  Practice

Post-Qualifying Degree : Enhancing Professional Healthcare Practice

Research Interests

Child And Adolescent Mental Health.

Adolescent Self-Harm

Depression

Therapeutic Alliancet

Post-Qualifying Degree : Evidence for Enhancing  Practice

Post-Qualifying Degree : Enhancing Professional Healthcare Practice

Qualifications and Memberships

Registered Mental Nurse.

Diploma In Child and Adolescent Mental health Nursing.

Doctor of Philosophy.

Post Graduate Certificate In Academic Practice

Publications

Green, J.M, Wood, A.J. Kerfoot, M, Ayodeji, E  (2011) Group Therapeutic Treatment for adolescents with repeatedly self harm (ASSIST) - A randomised controlled trial with economic evaluation. British Medical Journal,342:d682