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International Nursing Science Conference

August 21-23, 2023 | London, UK

August 21 -23, 2023 | London, UK
Nursing Science 2023

Modupe Oshadiya

Modupe Oshadiya, Speaker at Nurse Conferences
Kings College London, United Kingdom
Title : Nurse-educators’ perspectives on the academic performance of graduate entry nursing (GEN) students on the MSc mental health nursing programme


Understanding the perspectives that nurse educators have on the academic performance GEN students offers a unique contribution to the discussion around nursing as a relative newcomer to the professional socialisation process. This study sets to understand what the perspective of nurse- educators on the academic performance of GEN students. There is a known attainment gap, however this is an under-researched area, so having insight into the nurse-educators’ perspectives can add nuanced depth.

Audience Take Away Notes:

• This piece of work will allow audience members to reflect on their contributions to supporting student development and continuation on courses
• It will also offer key information to audience members to promote them having a greater understanding of the student nurse cohort, and some key differences between BSc student nurse cohorts and those on an MSc course
• This initial research will add to the current body of knowledge around the needs of GEN students which allows other faculties to contribute to what is currently known by expanding their own research or reviewing/evaluating teaching approaches?


Modupe Oshadiya is in the 2nd year of a Doctorate in Education (EdD) and her research is focused on empowering BAME students in academia. She has experience in substance misuse nursing and the implications of mental ill-health on physical health of people African descent. Modupe’s present role includes the professional development of pre-and post-qualification nursing students. She’s also a Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing Education and Deputy Head of the Department of Mental Health.