Sarsha currently works at the NIHR Oxford cognitive health Clinical Research Facility as a Research Assistant. Within a multidisciplinary team with psychiatrists, clinical psychologists and nurses, her role involves supporting the Dementias and neurodegeneration (DeNDRoN) studies on the CRF. She specialised as an aged care enrolled nurse in New Zealand in 2003, working in clinical settings initially as a nurse and later as an infection control and palliative care coordinator, reviewing, developing and implementing these programmes. With significant experience caring for people across the dementia spectrum, her interest covers also a range of other mental health conditions like depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. She is passionate about integrating the most recent evidence and treatment guidelines into day-to-day clinical practice.
Sarsha Wilson publishes her debut blog about a recent RCT on the efficacy, safety and tolerability of augmentation pharmacotherapy with aripiprazole for treatment-resistant depression in later life.[read the full story...]