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Dr Adejoke Oluyase

Research Associate


Phone Number: 0207 848 5683

Cicely Saunders Institute
Department of Palliative Care, Policy and Rehabilitation
Bessemer Road
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,

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.


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