Dr Adejoke Oluyase
Phone Number: 0207 848 5683
Cicely Saunders Institute
Department of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation
Denmark Hill, SE5 9PJ
Prescribers' views and experiences of assessing the appropriateness of prescribed medications in a specialist addiction service. Oluyase, AO, Raistrick D, Hughes E & Lloyd C. 2017. Int J Clin Pharm, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11096-017-0541-4.
A study of the appropriateness of prescriptions for mental health disorders or pain among users of a specialist treatment service for substance use disorders.Oluyase, AO. 2015. (PhD). University of York, York.
A study of the psychotropic prescriptions of people attending an addiction service in England. Oluyase AO, Raistrick D, Abbasi Y, Dale V, Lloyd C. In: Advances in Dual Diagnosis, 6, 2, p.54-65.
Adejoke qualified as a pharmacist in Nigeria in 2007. She has experience of providing high quality, patient-centred care to patients. Adejoke successfully completed her MSc in Clinical Pharmacy, International Practice and Policy at the School of Pharmacy, University College London.
Adejoke’s PhD project was a mixed methods study that assessed the appropriateness of prescriptions for mental health disorders or pain among people with substance misuse problems. During her PhD programme, she was involved in a NIHR funded systematic review project that evaluated the accessibility and acceptability of self-management support interventions for men with long-term conditions.
She joined the Cicely Saunders Institute in June 2017 to work on a Cochrane Review investigating the effectiveness of inpatient specialist palliative care in acute hospitals for adults with advanced illness and their caregivers.