Staff Profile

Adenike Oluwayemisi Jimoh
Dr. Adenike Oluwayemisi Jimoh

Position: Senior Lecturer

Department: Medicine And Surgery



A self-motivated and multi-skilled medical professional, with in depth understanding and experience with teaching, training, research and community service. Able to manage challenges and deliver set objectives. Experienced in various innovative, effective and efficient methods of teaching while focusing on the individual needs of the students.

Highly skillful in maintaining good human relations with team members at all levels. Well presented with excellent written and oral communication skills. Experienced in managing multiple tasks within given time constraints.

SN Name Institution Year Obtained
1 Primary School Leaving Certificate St. Louis Primary School, Kano 1985
2 SSCE St. Louis Secondary School, Kano 1991
3 MBBS Ahmadu Bello University Zaria 2003
4 FMCPaed National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria 2015
5 Postgraduate Diploma in Education National Open University of Nigeria 2020
6 Fellow Population and Reproductive Health Initiative (PRHI) 2012
7 Masters in International Affairs and Diplomacy Ahmadu Bello University Zaria 2014
8 Certificate in Leadership and Management in Health Department of Global Health, University of Washington, USA 2017
9 Certificate in Project Management in Health Department of Global Health, University of Washington, USA 2019
10 Certificate in Protecting Human Research Participants NIH 2009
SN Name Type Status
1 A Call For Sting Treatment Protocol: Case Report Of A 3 Year Old With Massive Bee Sting Resulting In Acute Kidney Injury Journal Article
2 Bilateral Nephroblastoma With Canon Ball Metastasis In A 5-Year Old Child, Case Report And Literature Review Journal Article
3 Prevalence And Sociodemographic Determinants Of Developmental Delay: A Cross-Sectional Study Of Under-Five Nigerian Children. Journal Article
4 Environmental Factors That Determine Visual Skill Development Of Under-Fives In A Developing Country Journal Article
5 A True Median Facial Cleft (Cranio-Facial Dysraphia, A Tessier Type O) In Bingham University Teaching Hospital, Jos Journal Article
6 Relationship Between Child Development And Nutritional Status Of Under-Five Nigerian Children Journal Article
7 Factors Associated With Prelacteal Feeding Practices In Rural Northern Nigeria. Journal Article
8 Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia In A 2-Month Old Infant: A Case Report Journal Article
9 A Cross-Sectional Study Of Traditional Practices Affecting Maternal And Newborn Health In Rural Nigeria Journal Article
10 Women’s Experience With Group Prenatal Care In A Rural Community In Northern Nigeria Journal Article
11 Unmet Need For Family Planning And Barriers To Contraceptive Use In Kaduna, Nigeria: Culture, Myths And Perceptions Journal Article
12 Knowledge And Satisfaction With Hand Hygiene Practices Among Healthcare Workers In Emergency And Intensive Care Units Of A Tertiary Hospital In Nigeria Journal Article
13 Vulvovaginal Care Practices Among Patients Presenting To Special Treatment Clinic Of A Tertiary Healthcare Facility In Northwest Nigeria Journal Article
14 Assessment Of Knowledge, Attitude And Perception About Epilepsy And The Relationship With Discrimination Of Children With Epilepsy In Jos, Plateau State Journal Article
15 Assessment Of Tuberculosis Knowledge And Attitude Among Mothers Of Under-Fives Attending Child Welfare Clinic, Bingham University Teaching Hospital Jos Plateau State Journal Article
16 Camphor Poisoning: An Unusual Cause Of Seizure In A Toddler Journal Article
17 Rejection: The Reality, The Fact, The Truth And How To Deal With It Book
18 Holding An Office Book
Research Interests
  • Paediatrics
  • Child neurodevelopment
  • Maternal and child health
  • Reproductive health