Dr Oluwatomilayo Omoya

Associate Lecturer

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

place Bedford Park
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Expertise in emergency care nursing with research focus on end- of-life care, palliative care, advance care planning and research on higher education experiences in developing countries.


PhD, Graduate Diploma in Emergency Nursing Science, Honours in Bachelor of Nursing.

Honours, awards and grants

Recipient of CNHS 2022, Flinders University Kickstarter Research Grant of $4,000.

College of Nursing &Health Sciences Teaching Excellence Award 2021.

Recognition for contribution as a Higher Degree Faculty Student Consultative Comittee 2016.

Recognition for contribution as a Higher Degree Student Representative in the faculty of Mediicne, Nursing and Health Science comittee 2016.

FURS Higher Degree Research Scholarship 2015.

ACN Scholarship 2014 (Graduate Diploma in Emergency Nursing).

The Faculty of Health science 2011 Honours Scholarship.

The School of Nursing & Midwifery Summer Scholarship for 2009: Awarded on the basis of academic merit and demonstrated research ability.

Recognition for achievement in the South Australia Works in the Regions 2007 Recognition and Achievement Award for Individual Achievement by a participant.

Key responsibilities

Associtae Lecturer (Teaching and Research).

Redesigning of BN program and curriculum (Nursing), CNHS, Flinders University, SA.

Topic coordination and Development.

Reviewer for 18-unit Master Research Project Paper.

Teaching interests

Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Higher degree by research supervision
Associate supervisor: End of life care, palliative care, cultural impacts on end of life desicion making. (1)
  • End of life care, pallitive care and advance care planning in critical care areas.
  • PhD and doctoral experiences in developing countries
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