Aderonke Ajidahun, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
Aderonke Ajidahun
Lead nurse for core preceptorship
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Aderonke Ajidahun (Ronke) is currently the core preceptorship Matron in Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. Prior to this role Ronke has worked in the trust as a Specialist Nurse in Haemophilia also previous experience as a nurse manager in haemophilia, thrombosis and anti-coagulation department, surgical Nurse in Vascular and general surgery. Ronke has BSc degree in Nursing and Healthcare from university of West London. She's currently undertaking apprenticeship programme with university of Manchester on Elizabeth Garrett Anderson leadership programme with end point of Master's degree. Ronke is one of the first cohort of Kofoworola Abeni Pratt fellows from 2022-2023, the fellowship won Elizabeth Anionwu inclusive award with Nursing Times in October 2023. Ronke is passionate about equity and inclusivity - EDI is one of her focus and drive. She believes strongly in providing information, opportunity and access for all. Ronke is one of the six Nurses in GSTT to win Royal College of Nursing Rising Star award in 2022 due to a collaborative work she did in her community to address the taboos around infertility which lead to delay in seeking medical attention the programme highlighted the need for family to assess care from GP and expert. Ronke is a mentor to young people in her community also a young people church leader.