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Sheri Oduola is a mental health nurse, academic and researcher. She is a Lecturer in the School of Health Sciences at UEA. Prior to joining UEA in 2017, she was a project manager on a range of NIHR Biomedical Research Centre funded programmes including the South London and Maudsley (SLaM) Consent for Contact (C4C) programme, which is a searchable register through which researchers can identify potential participants who have given broad consent to be contacted for research studies. She has been involved in research into factors associated with patients’ willingness to participate in research. She was also a research manager at the NIHR Mental Health Research Network for South London and South East region.
After completing her nurse training, Sheri worked as a mental health nurse in range of clinical settings at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, including psychiatric intensive care, acute/forensic inpatient and community mental health. Her clinical work has primarily focused on supporting people with psychotic disorders.
Sheri completed an MSc in Health Services Research and a PhD in Psychiatric Epidemiology, both at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London.
Her main research interests and expertise are in:
Epidemiology of psychosis
• Quantitative research methodology, with expertise in cohort studies, cross-sectional surveys, experimental studies and electronic healthcare records
• Social factors in the aetiology, course and outcome of psychosis
• Ethnicity and mental disorder
• Pathways to care and health service utilisation
• Sociology of mental illness
Sheri teaches across nursing and allied health professions curricula and supervises postgraduate students’ research projects/theses.
She is a visiting Lecturer and Researcher at King’s College London and SLaM Biomedical Research Centre. She is a member of Mental Health Nurse Academics UK.
Course Director, MSc Mental Health Nursing
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Understanding help-seeking patterns and the role of voluntary organisations in pathways to care for common and severe mental illness among young people and their carers in diverse rural-urban populations
1/09/21 → 28/02/22
Change in incidence rates for psychosis in different ethnic groups in south London: findings from the Clinical Record Interactive Search-First Episode Psychosis (CRIS-FEP) studyOduola, S., Das-Munshi, J., Bourque, F., Gayer-Anderson, C., Tsang, J., Murray, R. M., Craig, T. K. J. & Morgan, C., Jan 2021, In: Psychological Medicine. 51, 2, p. 300 - 309 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile3 Citations (Scopus)41 Downloads (Pure)
Oduola, S., Craig, T. K. J. & Morgan, C., Jun 2021, In: Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 56, 6, p. 931–941 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile1 Citation (Scopus)8 Downloads (Pure)
Hodgekins, J., Beazley, P. & Oduola, S., Oct 2021, In: Early Intervention in Psychiatry. 15, 5, p. 1092-1103 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile2 Citations (Scopus)9 Downloads (Pure)
Are ethnic differences in pathways to care for psychosis in England reducing?: Analysis of two population-based studies of first-episode psychosis in South LondonAnalysis of two population-based studies of first-episode psychosis in South LondonOduola, S., Morgan, C. & Craig, T. K. J., May 2019, Early Intervention in Psychiatric Disorders Across Cultures. Chen, E. Y. H., Ventriglio, A. & Bhugra, D. (eds.). Oxford University Press
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter (peer-reviewed) › peer-review
Compulsory admission at first presentation to services for psychosis: does ethnicity still matter? Findings from two population-based studies of first episode psychosisOduola, S., Kern Jamieson-Craig, T., Das-Munshi, J., Bourque, F., Gayer-Anderson, C. E. J. & Morgan, C., Jul 2019, In: Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 54, 7, p. 871–881
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile8 Citations (Scopus)19 Downloads (Pure)