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Dr Cyril Eshareturi

PositionLecturer Public Health
LocationHorton A 2.07
DepartmentSchool of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership
Feedback Hours09:00 - 17:00
Telephone+44 (0) 1274 236632
EmailC.Eshareturi@bradford.ac.uk

Research Interests (key words only)

Qualitative Research. Offender Health. The Silences Framework. Marginalised Health Groups. Inequalities. Patient Safety.

Teaching and Supervisory Responsibilities

Delivering public health focused content across the range of courses in the School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership.

Biography

Dr Cyril Eshareturi is a Lecturer in Public Health with research interests revolving around offender health, patient safety, domestic violence and quality and service improvement in public health and social care.

Cyril is skilled in the use of The Silences Framework which is a theoretical framework for investigating the health care needs of marginalised populations and facilitating the exploration of under researched issues towards addressing uni-dimensional presentation of evidence. This skill enables Cyril to design and conduct research which gains theoretically by situating power with the researched, thus, enabling their 'silences' to be heard, explored and brought to light.

Cyril’s most recent research entitled ‘mapping the offender health pathway: challenges and opportunities for support through community nursing’ was commissioned by the Burdett Trust for Nursing. The study was theoretically underpinned by The Silences Framework and aimed at the provision of a nurse-led intervention in a manner and way which was non-stigmatising and importantly, offender led. Moving forward, Cyril hopes to adopt the use of The Silences Framework in theoretically underpinning and potentially informing a range of health interventions.

Prior to joining the University of Bradford, Cyril was the BSc public health course leader at the University of Suffolk and a researcher at the University of Wolverhampton.

Study History

  • 2016: University of Wolverhampton - PhD Public Health
  • 2014: University of Wolverhampton - Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice
  • 2011: University of Wolverhampton - Masters in Public Health (Distinction)
  • 2006: University of Calabar Nigeria - BSc (Hons) Medical Physiology

Professional History

  • 2016-2018: Course Leader Public Health – University of Suffolk
  • 2013-2016: Studentship – Public Health Doctorate
  • 2011-2013: Researcher – University of Wolverhampton
  • 2009-2011: Study – Masters in Public Health
  • 2007-2008: Environmental Health Officer – Department of Environmental Health Nigeria

Research Areas

  • Qualitative Research
  • Offender Health
  • The Silences Framework
  • Marginalised Health Groups
  • Inequalities
  • Patient Safety

Networks/Roles

  • Fellow - Higher Education Academy
  • Fellow - Royal Society for Public Health

Publications

Eshareturi, C. and Serrant, L. (2018) Challenges and Opportunities for Ex-Offender Support through Community Nursing. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. DOI: 10.1177/0306624X18764854.

Eshareturi, C. and Serrant, L. (2017) Embedding learning from adverse incidents: a UK case study'. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 30(3), pp.216-223.

Sarkamo, V., Eshareturi, C., Koc, G., & Miettinen, K. (2016). Honour, Dishonour and Homicides in Britain, Namibia and Turkey: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. In M. Husso, T. Virkki, M. Notko, H. Hirvonen, & J. Eilola. (Eds.), Interpersonal Violence : Differences and Connections (pp. 69-81). Book Chapter. Routledge.

Eshareturi, C., Serrant-Green, L., Galbraith, V. E. & Glynn, M. (2015) Silence of a scream: Application of The Silences Framework to provision of nurse led interventions for ex-offenders. Journal of Research in Nursing, 20(3), pp.218-231.

Eshareturi, C., Morgan, A & Lyle, C. (2015) Proposed reforms to UK policy on honour based violence: the big societal divide? Journal of Health and Social Care Improvement, 1(1), pp.1-10.

Eshareturi, C., Serrant-Green, L., Bayliss-Pratt, L. & Galbraith, V. E. (2014) The case for nurses as central providers of health and social care services for ex-offenders: a discussion paper. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 70(5). Pp.1030-1039.

Eshareturi, C., Lyle, C. & Morgan, A. (2013) Policy responses to Honour Based Violence: Multicultural Sensitivity or Cultural Incompetence? Journal of Aggression Maltreatment and Trauma, 23(3), pp.369-382.

Impact

Eshareturi, C. and Serrant, L. (2016) Mapping The Offender Health Pathway: Challenges and Opportunities for Support Through Community Nursing. Final report to Burdett Trust for Nursing.

Serrant-Green, L. and Eshareturi, C. (2013) Embedding learning from root cause analyses. Final report to Black Country Cluster.

Morgan, A. and Eshareturi, C. (2011) Impact and Effectiveness of Counselling for Victims of Domestic Violence: ‘Beyond Surviving’. Final report to Big Lottery.

Public/Academic/Stakeholder Engagement

Conference oral presentations

Eshareturi, C. (2018) 8th Making Diversity Interventions Count Annual Conference:  Diversity, Migration, Social and Public Services. University of Bradford, UK. Participant presenter through competition.

 

Eshareturi, C. (2017) Mälardalen University, Sweden. Public Health Application of The Silences Framework. Participant presenter invited to speak.

Eshareturi, C. (2017) Askance Oblique Conference. Sheffield, United Kingdom. The Silences Framework: a tool for exploring marginalised perspectives. Participant presenter through competition.

Eshareturi, C. (2016) Addressing ex-offenders inequity in access to healthcare through the provision of a nurse led intervention. Qualitative Health Research Conference. Toronto, Canada. Participant presenter through competition.

Eshareturi. C. (2015) The silence of a scream: The Silences Framework as a tool for exploring marginalised perspectives in ex-offender health. Research Methods Laboratory. Neuchatel, Switzerland. Participant presenter through competition.

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