Edward Olayinka Oloidi

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Dr Edward Oloidi is a research assistant at USW, frontline experience of supporting adults with intellectual disability.

His PhD thesis explored how perceived public perceptions regarding personal and sexual relationships of adults with intellectual disabilities might influence social care workers' attitudes, beliefs and practice behaviours (Wales).

Accordingly, his interest are sexuality and sexual health amongst adults with intellectual disabilities. He is a member of the Unit for Development in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.

Dr Oloidi is co-chair of the Ethnic Minority Research Advisory Group (EMRAG), along with Dr Juping Yu and Versha Sood Mahindra, a visiting fellow at USW.  EMRAG was created to improve the way the University works and engages with people from ethnic minority communities in its research. You can contact EMRAG on emrag@southwales.ac.uk. 


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