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Miss Helen Eke

Miss Helen Eke

Associate Research Fellow - CATCh-uS

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 South Cloisters 2.07

 

South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

I am an Associate Research Fellow and PhD student working on the Children and adolescents with ADHD in transition between children’s services and adult services (CATCh-uS) study at the University of Exeter Medical School. The project focuses on what happens to young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) when they are too old to stay within children’s services. My role includes recruitment, data collection, coding and analysis. I lead the surveillance study stream of the project and I work with the team on all elements of CATCh-uS, which aims to find out what services are currently available for young people with ADHD. Dr. Astrid Janssens is my primary PhD supervisor and Project Manager for CATCh-uS. Professor Tamsin Ford is the Principle Investigator for this project.

Qualifications

BA (hons) Applied Sports Science and Coaching with Education Studies (University of Exeter) 2006

MA Child Welfare and Applied Childhood Studies (University of Wales, Swansea) 2008

Research

Research projects

Helping Children Achieve (HCA) 2010-2012

Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP) 2012-2015

CATCh-uS - Children and Adolescents with ADHD in Transition from Child to Adult Services. 2016-present

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Journal articles

Lloyd J, McHugh C, Minton J, Eke H, Wyatt K (2017). The impact of active stakeholder involvement on recruitment, retention and engagement of schools, children and their families in the cluster randomised controlled trial of the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP): a school-based intervention to prevent obesity. Trials, 18(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Publications by year


2017

Lloyd J, McHugh C, Minton J, Eke H, Wyatt K (2017). The impact of active stakeholder involvement on recruitment, retention and engagement of schools, children and their families in the cluster randomised controlled trial of the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP): a school-based intervention to prevent obesity. Trials, 18(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

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