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Elizabeth Tuudah

Dr Elizabeth Tuudah

Research Associate

Biography

Elizabeth joined King’s College London as a Research Associate in 2024 on the NIHR funded research programme "Improving Communication with Adults with Learning Disabilities (ICALD)".

Elizabeth was previously a PhD student and Research Associate in the department of Health Services and Population Research. She formed part of the Mental Health Nursing research team and her research looked at providing more integrated care for adults living with type 2 diabetes and severe mental health illness. Prior to this, Elizabeth completed a Master’s in Health Psychology at King’s College London in 2019.

Elizabeth worked in mental health services for 10 years gaining experience in diverse assistant psychologist roles supporting individuals with learning disabilities and complex mental health conditions. She has also volunteered in local charities since 2009 that promote social inclusion for adults living with mental health difficulties.

Research Interests

  • Mental health
  • Learning Disabilities 
  • Diabetes

Research

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Improving Communication with Adults with Learning Disabilities (ICALD)

ICALD is a five-year programme led by Vicky Slonims and Martin Knapp aimed at improving communication with adults with learning disabilities in social care settings.

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Mental Health Nursing

The Mental Health Nursing research group is developing a programme of high-quality research with the aim of improving the delivery and experience of mental healthcare and mental health nursing across a range of service settings.

Research

ICALD Thumbnail
Improving Communication with Adults with Learning Disabilities (ICALD)

ICALD is a five-year programme led by Vicky Slonims and Martin Knapp aimed at improving communication with adults with learning disabilities in social care settings.

dandelion-background-1800
Mental Health Nursing

The Mental Health Nursing research group is developing a programme of high-quality research with the aim of improving the delivery and experience of mental healthcare and mental health nursing across a range of service settings.