Patience has more than 15 years' experience of clinical nursing as part of a multidisciplinary team focusing on assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient care.
Patience has extensive experience in all areas of nursing care in hospitals and communities, with her most recent clinical practice experience being at Mid Essex Hospital Trust, in the upper and lower gastrointestinal surgery team.
As a student at ARU, Patience's outstanding performance as a course rep earned her a Made a Difference award for the best student rep of the year 2012 on our Chelmsford campus. She also featured as our Alumni of the Month in November 2016.
Patience has published research work in the British Medical Journal and Public Library of Science (PLOS One), with numerous citations and reads including Qualitative Study of Barriers to Cervical Cancer Screening among Nigerian Women and Influence of Spirituality and Modesty on Acceptance of Self-sampling for Cervical Cancer Screening. Her Masters degree focused on the effectiveness of the National Early Warning Score system for early detection of deteriorating patient. Patience would be happy to support any student trying to carry out some more research on the adaption and implementation of this assessment tool in developing countries where morbidity and mortality is on the rise.
Dereng, E. O., Jedy-Agba, E., Bamisaye,P., Isa-Modibbo,F., Oyeneyin, L. O., Adewale, AS., 2015. Influence of Spirituality and Modesty on Acceptance of Self-sampling for Cervical Cancer Screening. PLOS One, 10(11), e0141679. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0141679
Isa-Modibbo, F., Dereng, E., Bamisaye, P., 2016. Qualitative study of barriers of cervical cancer screening among Nigerian women. British Medical Journal, e008583. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008533