Faculty Member


 

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NameDr. Evanthia Asimakopoulou
DepartmentNursing
RankVisiting Lecturer
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Email (@frederick.ac.cy)hsc.ae
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Dr Evanthia Asimakopoulou graduated from the Department of Nursing at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2004. She received her MSc in Mental Health with title “Quality of Life of Chronic Mental Patients”, practicing at the Mental Health Centre of the University of Athens in 2006. Having received the first place in State Scholarships Foundation exams for a Doctoral Thesis, she was awarded the title of Doctor of Nursing with Excellence from University of Athens in 2012. The subject of her PhD Thesis was “The prevalence of major depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among ICU patients”. In the meanwhile, she has been applying clinical practice through Intensive Care Units, in Greece and UK, for more than 10 years. In 2014, she worked in the ICCU at NHS New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton, UK, participating in ICCU training programs. Since 2005, she has also undertaken clinical training for Public Vocational Training Centers in hospitals, in Athens. From 2015-2017, she received the first degree at ATTIKON Hospital and worked also as a clinical instructor. In October 2016, she started working as a Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Nursing at Frederick University, for the course “Intensive Care Nursing”, and since September 2017 she has been teaching nursing students as a Lecturer at Frederick University. Her courses are “Intensive Care Nursing”, “Surgical Nursing”, “Emergency Nursing”, “Introduction to Nursing”, “Basic Nursing”, “Nursing Theories” and “Physiology”. At the same time, she is member of Scientific Committees in Domestic and International Nursing Conferences and she has a collaboration with the General Hospital of Nicosia, with the Department of Safety & Health and Personal Data Protection. Dr Asimakopoulou’ research activities focus mainly on mental health, pain management, quality of life, body image, sexual dysfunction in patients with severe illness. Her research has been presented in international conferences and scientific journals.

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