- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Thesis title: Factors influencing the implementation of coercion reduction interventions in inpatient mental health settings
- Supervisors: Professor John Baker, Dr Nicola Clibbens, Dr Kathryn Berzins
Sumayah is a mental health nurse, has a BSc in Nursing from King Abdulaziz University in Saudi Arabia. Following her graduation in 2004, Sumayah worked as a registered nurse in Jeddah Psychiatric Hospital, before coming to the United kingdom in 2007 to pursue a Masters degree in Mental Health Studies from King's College London. She then went back to Saudi Arabia and pursued a career as a registered mental health nurse, her working experience, ranged from staff development as a nurse educator, as well as policy and clinical practice development, until she was appointed as a Director of Nursing in King Abdulaziz Hospital in Makkah in 2016. Sumayah is currently a Postgraduate researcher in the School of Healthcare at the University of Leeds. Her research is focused on understanding the factors that influence the implementation of coercion reduction interventions in mental health care.
Sumayah is interested in Aggression Management, Coercion Reduction, Mental Health, Implementation Science, Complex Interventions, Organisational Change, and is currently researching the factors that influence the implementation of coercion reduction interventions in mental healthcare.
- MSc Mental Health Studies
- BSc Nursing
Research groups and institutes
- Mental health (Healthcare)
- Mental health