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Dr Olutoyin A. Elizabeth Okeya is a Registered Adult Nurse and a Senior Lecturer on Nurse Education within the School of Nursing Midwifery and Allied Health in the Faculty of Health Social Care and Medicine at Edge Hill University. She is on BSc and MSc Pre-Registration Nursing Programme. In 2015 Elizabeth was awarded a EdD Professional Doctorate in Education (EdD) by Liverpool John Moores University. Her doctorate thesis explored Knowledge of Diabetes Education Programmes and Support Systems on Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management among Black Africans in Liverpool. Elizabeth has presented at Diabetes UK conference. She is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is a member of the University Research Ethics Committee. Elizabeth has been a reviewer on two academic journals, Health Education Journal and Journal of Research in Nursing. Elizabeth has several online journal publications.
Higher Education Experience
Liverpool John Moores University - 2015 - Doctor of Education (EdD).
University of Lancaster. UK - 2009 - MA in Professional Education. (Health studies).
University of Lancaster. UK - 2007 - M-Level Management of Diabetes.
University of Lancaster. UK - 2006 - Post Graduate Diploma in Education.
University of Lancaster. UK - 2004 - Post Graduate Certificate in Teaching & Learning Support in Higher Education.
University of Ibadan. Nigeria - 2003 - MSc Nursing (Community Health Care).
University of Ibadan. Nigeria - 1995 - BSc Nursing.
West African Health Community. Lagos. Nigeria 1992 - West African College of Nursing Fellowship.
University of Benin. Nigeria - 1987 - Diploma in Nursing Administration and Management.
Elizabeth's research interests includes: Exploring the perception of pre-registration nursing minority ethnic students with regards to attainment levels at a north-west England higher education institution (HEI). Her EdD focused on Knowledge of Diabetes Education Programmes and Support Systems on Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management among Black Africans in Liverpool; Perceptions of Student Nurses about Transcultural Nursing.
Elizabeth is on BSc and MSc Pre-Registration Nursing prrogrammes. She is the Online Examinations lead for MSc Nursing (2018) programme. Elizabeth is the operational lead for Faculty of Health student nurses' peer mentoring scheme.
Teaching experience: UK, Nigeria, Hong Kong.
External Examiner - University of Salford - MSc Diabetes Programme.
Reviewer of academic journals: Health Education Journal and Journal of Research in Nursing.
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (journal) › peer-review