Sunday Adedeji Aderibigbe
College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
Sunday Adedeji Aderibigbe, Medical Practitioner/Public Health
Senior Lecturer of Disciplinary Public Health and Community Medicine, College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
Secretary-General, Association of Public Health Physicians of Nigerian
I am Aderibigbe Sunday Adedeji a senior lecturer of disciplinary public health and community medicine at the College of Health Sciences of the University of Ilorin and holding the complementary post of honorary consultant community health and reproductive health physician of the affiliate University Teaching Hospital, Ilorin. I am currently teaching Reproductive Health to both undergraduate medical students and postgraduate students of the University of Ilorin.
I am a member of the International Epidemiological Association and also a member of the Association of Public Health Physicians of Nigeria. Currently I am working hard for the advancement of public health and its practice in Nigeria especially sexual and reproductive health and in the understanding and practice of community medicine and health as the ultimate way to reduce health inequalities in the resource-poor countries such as abound in Africa and other developing countries.
Publications indexed in PubMed
- Goodman OO, Aderibigbe SA, Sekoni OO, Osagbemi GK, Akande TM. Health workers sensitization: effects on perceived quality of immunization services among mothers of under five children in Ilorin, North Central Nigeria. J Prev Med Hyg. 2013 Sep;54(3):146–52.
- Musa OI, Aderibigbe SA, Salaudeen GA, Oluwole FA, Samuel SO. Community awareness of bird flu and the practice of backyard poultry in a North-Central state of Nigeria. J Prev Med Hyg. 2010 Dec;51(4):146–51.
- Abodunrin OL, Akande TM, Musa IO, Aderibigbe SA. Determinants of referral practices of clients by traditional birth attendants in Ilorin, Nigeria. Afr J Reprod Health. 2010 Jun;14(2):77–84.
- Akande TM, Aderibigbe SA. Influence of drug promotion on prescribing habits of doctors in a teaching hospital. Afr J Med Med Sci. 2007 Sep;36(3):207–11.