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Dr Winifred Eboh

Senior Lecturer
School of Health and Social Care
Dr Winifred Eboh
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 874659

  • Location

    2S2.3.17, Colchester Campus

Profile

Biography

Dr Winifred Oluchukwu Eboh Director of Staff Development and Wellbeing and Postgraduate Research Director in the School of Health and Social Care. Winifred is a Registered General Nurse and Midwife who has been teaching in Higher Education since 1998. Her areas of teaching include Research and Evidence-based practice, genetics related to the haemoglobinopathies, namely sickle cell and thalassaemia and disparities in health amongst marginalised communities. She currently teaches undergraduate, postgraduate students and supervises doctoral students. Winifred completed her PhD in 2003 looking at screening services for the haemoglobinopathies and awareness of this group of disorders amongst frontline practitioners. She continues to advocate for the inclusion of sickle cell and thalassaemia in nursing and midwifery curriculum. She co-chairs a working group addressing racism in health and social care and successfully secured funding from Health Education England to develop a website that will provide training for health professionals on racism in healthcare settings. She is open to supervise research in the areas of blended learning, haemoglobinopathies and the impact of racism in the learning environment for nurses and allied health professions.

Qualifications

  • PhD Public Health University of Aberdeen,

  • BSc HONS Manchester Metropolitan University,

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Director of Staff Development and Wellbeing, Health and Social Care, University of Essex (2020 - present)

  • Postgraduate Research Director, Health and Social Care, University of Essex (1/1/2019 - present)

  • Lecturer, University of Essex (1/1/2016 - 1/1/2020)

Other academic

  • Senior Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Robert Gordon University (2013 - 2015)

  • Lecturer, Robert Gordon University (1998 - 2016)

Publications

Journal articles (13)

Lear, H., Eboh, W. and Diack, L., (2018). A nurse researcher’s guide to reflexive interviewing. Nurse Researcher. 25 (4), 35-42

Eboh, WO., (2017). Sickle cell disease deserves a place in nurse education. Nursing Standard. 31 (47), 31-31

Blakeslee, TL., Eboh, WO., Monsen, KA. and Kvarme, LG., (2016). Comparing school nurses' roles in supporting children who are bullied. British Journal of School Nursing. 11 (5), 246-250

Kvarme, LG., Monsen, KA. and Eboh, WO., (2014). Evidence-Based Solution-Focused Care for School-Age Children Experiencing Cyberbullying: Using the Omaha System to Guide and Document Psychiatric Nursing Interventions. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services. 52 (3), 34-41

Johnson, N., List-Ivankovic, J., Eboh, WO., Ireland, J., Adams, D., Mowatt, E. and Martindale, S., (2010). Research and evidence based practice: Using a blended approach to teaching and learning in undergraduate nurse education. Nurse Education in Practice. 10 (1), 43-47

Yakubu, BD., Simkhada, P., van Teijlingen, E. and Eboh, W., (2010). Sexual Health Information and uptake of Sexual Health Services by African women in Scotland: A Pilot Study. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education. 48 (3), 79-84

Ireland, J., Martindale, S., Johnson, N., Adams, D. and Eboh, W., (2009). Blended learning in education: effects on knowledge and attitude. British Journal of Nursing. 18 (2), 124-130

Kvarme, L., Eboh, W., van der Teijlingen, E. and Love, J., (2008). Use of solution focused brief therapy in bullying. British Journal of School Nursing. 3 (7), 346-348

Eboh, WO., Pitchforth, E. and van Teijlingen, E., (2007). Lost words: research via translation.. RCM midwives : the official journal of the Royal College of Midwives. 10 (8), 374-377

Eboh, WO., (2003). Book Review. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice. 2 (1), 93-104

Eboh, W. and Van den Akker, O., (1997). Antenatal screening for couples at risk of having children with sickle cell disorders.. Midwives : official journal of the Royal College of Midwives. 110 (1309), 26-27

Oluchukwu Eboh, W. and van den Akker, O., (1996). Service provision for sickle-cell disease: school-based education. British Journal of Nursing. 5 (1), 30-33

Eboh, W., (1996). Sickle cell disease. Practice Nursing. 7 (1), 25-27

Book chapters (4)

Eboh, W. and Ifezulike, A., (2018). Ethnicity and Health. In: Psychology and Sociology Applied to Medicine An Illustrated Colour Text. Editors: van Teijlingen, E. and Humphris, G., . Elsevier. 0702062987. 9780702062988

Addo, M. and Eboh, W., (2013). Qualitative and Quantitative research approaches. In: The Essentials of Nursing and Healthcare Research. Editors: Taylor, R., . SAGE. 1446276430. 9781446276433

Martindale, S. and Eboh, W., (2013). Quantitative research. In: The Essentials of Nursing and Healthcare Research. Editors: Taylor, R., . SAGE. 1446276430. 9781446276433

MacLean, C. and Eboh, W., (2013). Core skills for research and evidence-based practice. In: The Essentials of Nursing and Healthcare Research. Editors: Taylor, R., . SAGE. 1446276430. 9781446276433

Contact

w.eboh@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 874659

Location:

2S2.3.17, Colchester Campus