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Name:                       Oladimeji OLADEPO 

Title:                          Professor

Area of Treatment:  

  • Patient Education
  • Patient Counseling
  • Staff training on Health Communication, Patient Education and Counseling
  • Health Promotion Hospital Service

Sub-specialties:

  • Health Promotion and Education
  • Health systems strengthening

Background (Academic and Professional):

Education:

  • Doctor of Public Health (Ph.D.) University of Ibadan, September 1986.
  • Master of Public Health (MPH), (with Specialization in Health Promotion and education), University of Ibadan, June 1981.
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc.) Second Class Honour, Upper Division, University of Ibadan, June 1978.
  • Certificate Human Subjects Research Education, the John Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, July, 2001.

Internship:

  • Federal Ministry of Health
  • Federal Radio Corporation

Residencies:

Fellowship (Non professional)

  • -The Bill and Melinda Gates Fellowship March-May 2007

Fellowship (Professional)

  • World Health Organization (WHO) Visiting Scientist Fellowship, 1984-85

Professional Society Membership

  • American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
  • Member, International Union for Health Promotion and Education
  • Association of Public Health
  • WHO Expert Advisory panel for Health Promotion and Education

Awards

  • The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Leadership Fund Award, USA. Feb. 1996.
  • Merit award of the Ilero Civics Forum (2000) for distinguished achievement and contribution to community development.
  • Award of Merit for contribution to the Development of Public Health in Africa by the Centre for Population and Reproductive Health, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, and the Obafemi Awolowo University Bill Gates Partnership Programme, 2008.

Languages

  • English (Major)
  • French (Minor)

Publications

(i) Books or chapters in Books already Published

  • Oladepo, O. (1999). Social Support for Out-of-School Adolescents in ‘A Status of Adolescents and Young Adults in Nigeria’ (chapter in the book).Centre for Health Sciences, Training, Research and development International, CSS Press Ltd., Lagos. PP 296-298.
  • Oladimeji Oladepo, Oyedunni Osowole, Rotimi Omidiji, Modupeola Oladepo and Cecilia Ajayi (1998) Couples Reproductive Decision-Making and Contraceptive Use in Ondo State. (Book) Publisher: Population Research Fund Management, Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER). Pp. 1-45
  • Bamiro, Oladepo, O, (2003) Planning and Writing Grant-Oriented Research Proposals, Postgraduate School, University of Ibadan.
  • Oladepo, O.(1999) Public Health Education in Health Education and Health promotion (chapters in the book) Ademuwagun Z.A et al. Ibadan Sterling- Horden Publishers (Nig) Ltd. 2002
  • Oladepo O, Kabiru S, Adeoye BW, Oshiname F, Ofi B, Oladepo M, Ogunbemi O, Lawal A, Brieger WR, Bloom G, and Peters DH: Malaria treatment and policy in three regions in Nigeria: The role of Patent Medicine Vendors. Future Health Systems Working paper 1, September 27, 2007.
  • Mary Anne, KathlinChristensen, Rikka Trangsrud, Fletchanie Martin, Janet Shauri, Aliu Mohammed, Mwikali Jioko, Gerald sa, Emmanuel Telvisi, and Oladepo, O. Ears to the Ground. PATH Culture and Health Grants Project in Africa 2008
  • Oladimeji Oladepo The quality of Life Determinants and Case Study Applications. Environmental and Health Planning in Nigeria Ibadan University Printery ( 2008) ISBN:978-38385-8-X

(ii) Articles that have Already Appeared in Learned Journals

A. Health Behaviour, Primary Health Care and Disease Control and Health Systems

  • Brieger, W.R., Adeniyi, J.D., Oladepo, O., Ramakrishna, J. and Johnson, D.C. (1984) Impact of Community Need Differentials on Health Education Planning. International Journal of Health Education (Hygiene) Volume 3, 42 48.
  • Oladepo, O. and Sridhar, M.K.C. (1985); Public Health Implications of Practices and Beliefs in the Disposal of the Dead. Journal of the Royal Society of Health, Volume. 6, 219-221.
  • Oladepo, O. (1983) The epidemiology of road traffic accidents on Ibadan - Lagos Expressway.Nigerian Medical Journal, Volume. 13, Nos. 2-4: 7-14.
  • Oladepo, O. and Brieger, W.R. (1985) Road Traffic Accidents: applying the brake to a killing trend. Africa Health, Volume 8, No.4, 30-32
  • Oladepo, O. and Sridhar, M.K.C. (1987) Traditional Public Health Practices in Nigeria. Journal Of Royal Society of Health, Volume 5, 181-186
  • Oladepo,O., Brieger, W.R., Adeniyi, J.D and Kale, O.O. (1987) An educational diagnosis of factors affecting compliance in the treatment of onchocerciasis. Patient Education and Counseling, Volume 9, 111 120.
  • Oladepo,O. “A study of Traditional Practices among Nigerians for Ecological Balance and Preservation of Health”. Proceedings . 4th International Congress on Ecology August 11 – 21, 1986 Syracuse New York U.S.A.
  • Oladepo,O. “Monitoring and evaluation of health education component of child survival programmes”. The First International Training Workshop on Child Survival Programmes. ARHEC/UNC/CDC. Lagos, Nigeria. July 12 – August 7, 1987.
  • Oladepo, O. and Steckler, A.(1988) Inter-Country Training in Health Education: Programme Evaluation Methods African Child Survival Initiative Combating childhood Communicable Diseases, Proceedings 4th Consultative Meeting, ACSI-CCCD, Yamoussoukro, Cote d'Ivoire, March 24-31, 15-17.
  • Oladepo, O. “The Value of Participatory Needs Assessment: Health Education Training Programmes for Child Survival in Africa.” Proceedings of the Fifth World Conference on Health Education: August 28 – September 2, 1988, Houston Texas U.S.A.
  • 18. Oladepo, O., Adeniyi, J.D., Brieger, W.R., Ayeni, O and Kale, O.O. (1989) Onchocerciasis: the Potential of Patient Education in the Control of a Tropical Disease. Patient Education and Counseling, Volume 13, 103 116.
  • Olaseha, I.O., Aderele, W.I., Oladepo, O and Sridhar M.K.C. (1989) Post Training Retention of Knowledge among Mothers about Diarrhoea and Oral Rehydration Therapy. Proceedings of the 3rd African Conference on Diarrhoea Diseases Nairobi, KEMRI AND AFCOODD, Kenya 115 117
  • Oladepo.O.: “An observational study of Hand Washing Behaviour of Mothers and Child-Care takers in Urban and Rural Nigerian Community”. Proceedings of the 3rd African Conference on Diarrhoea Diseases Nairobi, KEMRI AND AFCOODD,, 1989.
  • Olaseha, I.O. and Oladepo, O. (1991) Effects of Occupation and Education of Urban Working Nursing Mothers on Breast-Feeding and Types of Weaning Foods. Annals of the Social Science Council of Nigeria. Volume 3, 68-79.
  • Oke, E.A, Oladepo, O. and Oyejide, C.O. (1991) Community Participation Longitudinal Observational Study of Diarrhoea Disease Risk Factors: Perceptions and Coping Measures. West African Journal of Archaeology, Volume 21, 187-195.
  • Oyejide C.O, Oladepo, O and Oke, E.A. (1991) Diarrhoea among Rural Children: Experience in Oluyole Local Government Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care, Volume 4, 13-21.
  • Oladepo, O., Oyejide, C.O and Oke, E.A. (1991) Training field workers to observe hygiene-related behaviour. World Health Forum, Volume 12, 472-475.
  • Alao, A. S and Oladepo, O. (1992) Evaluation of factors affecting the adoption and use of Salt Sugar Solution by mothers in Ibadan City, Oyo State, Nigeria. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, Volume 12, No 2 119-128.
  • Oladepo, O., Oke, E.A. and Oyejide C.O. (1992) Home management of Diarrhoeal Diseases in a rural Nigerian Community. Proceedings of the 4th African Conference on Diarrhoea Diseases, Ota, Ogun State. Nigeria Jocchris Prints. 109 - 114.
  • Sridhar, M.K.C., Arinola, A.M. and Oladepo, O. (1993) Disasters and the Coping Mechanisms in Nigeria. Journal of the Royal Society of Health, Volume 113, 149-151.
  • Oladepo,O (1994) The role of culture in Promoting appropriate management of childhood diarrhoea in rural Nigeria. Proceedings of the 5th African Conference on Diarrhoea Diseases, Kenya 100-106.
  • Olaseha, I, shridar MKC, Obiasu O, and Oladepo O.(1993) Rat infections in urban and rural areas in Nigeria. Public Health implications Journal of the Royal Society of Health, Volume 1114 no 6, .
  • Oyejide, C.O., Oladepo, O. and Oke, E.A. (1994) Hygiene behavior practices as discriminants for the occurrence of childhood diarrhoea. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Science, Volume 23: 207-213.
  • Oladepo, O. (1994) Educational Intervention Strategies Based on Rural/Urban differences in Perceptions and Treatment of Childhood Diarrhoea, in Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Paediatrics Volume 21(Supple), 9-21.
  • Omotade, O.O., Kayode, C.M, Dare, O.O, Oladepo, O. and Adeyemo, A.A. (1994) Perceptions and First-Line Home Treatment of Diarrhoeal Diseases in Ona- Ara Local Government Area of Oyo State. Nigerian Journal of Paediatrics Volume 21 (supple.): 80-87.
  • Omotade, O.O., Kayode, C. M., Adeyemo, A.A and Oladepo, O. (1995). Observations on Handwashing Practices of Mothers and Environmental Conditions in Ona- Ara Local Government Area, Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Diarrhoeal Disease Research Volume 13, No 4 224-228
  • Oladepo,O. (1994) Rehydration Therapy (ORT) Use and Feeding During Design of an Educational Intervention to Promote Oral Diarrhoea in a Rural Nigerian Community. Proceedings of the 5th African Conference on Diarrhoea Diseases, Kenya 209 -214.
  • Oladepo, O., Okunade, A., Brieger, W.R., Oshiname, F. O. and Ajuwon, A.J (1996). Outcome of two patient education methods on recruitment and compliance with Ivermectin in the treatment of onchocerciasis. Patient Education and Counselling, Volume 29, 237-245.
  • 36. Aderinokun, G.A and Oladepo, O. (1994) Beliefs, Attitudes and Oral Hygiene Practices among School Children in Nigeria: The Case of Idikan Community. Annals of the Social Science Council of Nigeria, No 6, 109-119.
  • OmotadeO.O, Kayode C.M,. Oladepo. O, Dare. O.O and AdeyemoAA (1994) Perception and Local Management Patterns of Diarrhoeal Diseases in South-West Nigeria: Implications for Prevention, Control and Management. Proceedings of the 5th African Conference on Diarrhoea Diseases, Kenya1 166-175.
  • Oladepo, O., Adeniyi, J.D., Parker, K., Steckler, A and Foushee, V. (1991) The Value of Participatory Needs Assessment: In Service Training in Health Education for Child Survival in Africa. International Journal of Health Education (Hygie) Volume 10, No 4 40-45.
  • Oladepo, O. (1993) Community Health and the Urban Environment. Proceedings of the First Healthy Conference on Environmental Health and the Potential of the Healthy City Approach in Nigeria, Conference centre, University of Ibadan.
  • Ademola, J. Ajuwon, Oladimeji O. Oladepo, Bartholomew Sati and Patrick Otoide (1997) Improving Primary School Teachers’ Ability to Promote Visual Health in Ibadan, Nigeria. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, Vol. 16, Number 3 - 19. Pp175-185.
  • Oladepo,O, Brieger WR, Otusanya S, Kale O, Offiong S and Titiloye M. (1997)Farmland size and onchocerciasis status of peasant farmers in southwestern Nigeria. Tropical Medicine and International Health; 2(4): 334-340.
  • Oladimeji Oladepo.(1996) Environmental Health education within the Context of Primary Health Care Approach. Accepted for Publication 4th September 1996.West African Journal of Physical and Health Education.
  • OmotadeO.O, Adeyemo.A.A, Kayode C.M, and Oladepo. O (2000) Treatment of Childhood diarrhoea in Nigeria: Need for Adaptation of Policy and Programs to Cultural Norms. Journal of Health Population and Nutrition Vol 11, 136-144.
  • Oladimeji Oladepo,O, William R. Brieger, Sakiru Otusanya (2000)Testing Alternative Record Keeping formats not Requiring Literacy Skills: Onchocerciasis Control at Village Level. International Quarterly of Community Health Education Vol 19 (1) 43-50.
  • William R. Brieger, Adeniyi, J.D., Parker, K., and Oladepo, O (2000) Health Education In Africa. Health Education Research, August 2000 (1-6)
  • Ande O, Oladepo O, and Brieger WR (2004) Comparison of Knowledge on Diarrhoeal Disease Management Between Two Types of Community Based Distributors in Oyo State, Nigeria. Health Education Research, 19 (1): 110-113.
  • Brieger WR, Osamor PE, Salami KS, Oladepo O, Otusanya SA. Observations of patent medicine Vendor and customer interactions in urban and rural areas of Oyo State, Nigeria. Health Policy and Planning 2004; 19(3): 177-182.
  • Ajaiyeoba EO, Oladepo O, Fawole OI, Bolaji OM, Akinboye DO, Ogundahunsi OAT, Falade CO Gbotosho GO, Itiola OA, Happi TC, Ebong IM, Ononiwu IM, Osowole OO, Oduola OO, Ashidi JS Oduola AMJ (2003) Cultural Categorisation of febrile Illness in Correlation with Herbal Remedies Used for treatment in Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 85, 179-185.
  • Sola Asa, Dare FO, Oladepo.O, Adeniyi JD, Adegbenro C. Trend and seasonal variations in Reported Cases of Childhood Malaria in South Western Nigeria, 1990-1999. Journal of the Population Association of Nigeria. ISN 597-0612. Vol 3. No 1. September 2003.
  • Ajaiyeoba EO, Falade CO, Fawole OI, Akinboye DO, Gbotosho GO, Bolaji OM, AShidi JS, Abiodun , Osowole OO, Itiola OA, Oladepo O, Sowumi O, Oduola JA (2004) Efficacy of herbal remedies used by herbalists in Oyo state Nigeria for the treatment of plasmodim falciparum infections- a survey and observation. Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 33, 115-119.
  • Falade CO, Oyedunni SO, Adeniyi JD, Oladepo O, Oduola AMJ, 2004: Attitude of Health Care Workers to the Involvement of Alternative Healthcare Providers in the Home Management of Childhood Malaria. Int’l Quarterly of Community Health Education Vol. 23(2) 169-180.
  • Asa A, Adegbenro C, Dare FO, Adeniyi JD, Osowole OS, Oladepo.O, Enhancing treatment Compliance in the treatment compliance in the management of Childhood Malaria in South Western Nigeria: The Use of participatory Approach in ensuring Intervention appropriateness (2004). Int’l Quarterly of Community Health Education Vol. 22(4) 239-248.
  • Yussuf OB, Oladepo O, Odunbaku SO Alaba O Osowole O (2005) Identifying Predisposing Factors Associated With Malaria and Drug Resistant Infections In Ibadan. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences (2005) vol. 34,
  • John Raeburn, Marco Akerman, Komatra Chuengsatiansup, Fanny Mejia, Oladimeji Oladepo (2006) Community Capacity Building and Health Promotion in a Globalized World . Health Promotion International 21 Suppl. 1: 84-90
  • Oyedunni Osowole, Edith Ajaiyeoba, Olayinka Bolaji, Dora Akinboye, Olufunmilayo Fawole, Catherine Falade, Grace Gbotosho, Omonike Ogbole, Joseph Ashidi, Oyindamola Abiodun, Mofolusho Falade, Woquan Sama, Oladimeji Oladepo, Oludele Itiola, Ayoade Oduola (2005) A Survey of Treatment Practices for Febrile Illnesses among Traditional Healers in the Nigerian Middle Belt Zone. African J. Traditional Complementary and Alternative Medicines 2(3): 337 – 344.
  • Ebong O, Ajaiyeoba EO, Ononwu MJ, Akinboye DO, Gbotosho GO, Falade CO, Bolaji OM, Oladepo O, Osowole, Happi , Fawole OF, Ogundahunsi AT, Agbawa IM, Oduola Oman Oduola AMJ, (2005) Contribution of Indigenous Health Care givers to Herbal management of febrile illnesses in Rivers State, South –South, Nigeria.. West African Journal of Pharmacology Drug Research January –December Vol. 21 9Nos 1&2) 48-54.
  • Peters, D.H., Bloom, G., Rahman, M.H., Bhuiya, A., Kanjilal, B., Oladepo, O., et al. 2006. Research for Future Health Systems. (2006) Global Forum Update on Research for Health 2006, 3: 133-137.
  • Falade CO, Oladoyinbo, TF, Elemile TT, Ajayi IO, Fawole OI, Oladepo O, Adeniyi JD, and Oduola AMJ. (2006) How well equipped are health care facilities to manage childhood malaria? The situation in selected Local Government Areas in South Western Nigeria. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences Vol. 35, 329-335,
  • Shamsuzzoha B Sayed, Adnan, A Hyder, Gerald Bloom, Sundaram, Abbas Bhuiya, Zhang zhenzhong, Barun Kanjilal, Oladimeji Oladepo, George Pariyo, David H Peters (2007) Exploring Evidence-Policy Linkages in Health research plans: A case study from Six Countries. Health Res Policy Syst. 2008; 6: 4. Published online 2008 March 11. doi: 10.1186/1478-4505-6-4.
  • Miller D, Okolo CA, Mirabel Y, Gulliaud M, Arulogun OS, Oladepo O, Craig B, Follen M, Adewole IF (2007) Knowledge Dissemination and evaluation in cancer screening implementation. programme in Nigeria. Gynecol Onchol. 107(IS):S196-S207. Epub 2007 Sept 21
  • Ikeoluwapo O. Ajayi, Oladele O. Kale, Oladimeji Oladepo and E. Afolabi Bamgboye (2007) Using “Mother Trainers” for Malaria Control: The Nigerian Experience. International Quarterly of Community Health Education. Vol. 27, No. 4
  • Claire Champion, Henry Lucas, M. Hafizur Rahman, Abbas Bhuiya, Oladimeji Oladepo and David Peters (2008) Health Markets and Future Health Systems: Innovation for equity. Global Forum for Health Research Vol. 5 No. 30.
  • Rowen Aziz, Meenakshi Gautham, Oladimeji Oladepo, Kate Hawkins (2009) Improving Provider Performance id21 insights Communicating Development Research.
  • A. Hyder , S. Syed , P. Puvanachandra, G. Bloom , S. Sundaram, S. Mahmood, M. Iqbal, Z. Hongwen, N. Ravichandran, O. Oladepo, G. Pariyo, D. Peters “Stakeholder analysis for health research: Case studies fromlow- and middle-Income countries” (2 0 1 0) Public Health (Elsevier)1 2 4 (2 0 1 0) 1 5 9 – 1 6 6
  • Oladimeji Oladepo, Grace O. Tona and Fred. O. Oshiname and Musibau A Titiloye. (2010). Malaria knowledge and agricultural practices that promote mosquito breeding in two rural farming communities in Oyo State, Nigeria. Malaria Journal,: 91doi: 10.1186/1475-2875-9-1
  • The CDI Study Group.( 2010) Community-directed interventions for priority health problems in Africa: results of a multicountry study. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2010;88:509-518.
  • Oyindamola B Yusuf , Babatunde W Adeoye , Oladimeji O Oladepo , David H Peters and David Bishai .Poverty and fever vulnerability in Nigeria: a multilevel analysis (2010) Malaria Journal 2010, 9:235doi:10.1186/1475-2875-9-235. Published 19 August 2010
  • O Oladepo, W Brieger, B Adeoye , HP David, B. Lawal :Awareness of Anti-malarial policy and Malaria Treatment Practices of Patent Medicine Vendors in Three Nigerian States (2010). Accepted for publication African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences (2005)
  • Chika Rose Onyemaa, Oladimeji Oladepo: Knowledge and attitude of safety belt use among professional drivers in a tertiary Nigerian institution (2011). Accepted for publication International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion. Vol. 18, No. 1, March 2011, 57–64
  • Gerald Bloom, Hilary Standing, Henry Lucas, Abbas Bhuiya, Oladimeji Oladepo, David Peters: Making Health Markets work better for the Poor People: The case of Informal Providers (2011). Published by the Oxford University Press in Association with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Health Policy and Planning pgs. 1-8

B. Reproductive Health Behaviour and Education

  • Oladepo, O. and Akintayo, T. (1991) Secondary School Teachers' Viewpoint on Sex Education. Journal of Royal Society of Health, Volume 111, No 6 216-220.
  • Oladepo, O. and Brieger W.R. (1994) AIDS Knowledge, attitudes and behaviour patterns among university students in Ibadan, Nigeria. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences Volume 23, No 2, 119-125. No 3, 207-213.
  • Oladepo, O. and Bawa, H. (1994) Factors Responsible for Unintended Pregnancy among Secondary School Teenagers in an Urban Nigerian Community. Women's Behavioural Issues: A Journal of the Network for the Psychological Studies of Women, Volume 1, No 2 85-92.
  • Oladepo, O. (1994) Risk Behaviour of Nigerian Adolescent Girls; Implication for Educational Intervention. Women's Behavioural Issues: A Journal of the Network for the Psychological Studies of Women, Volume 1, No 2, 113-121.
  • Ajuwon, A.J., Oladepo, O., Adeniyi, J.D and Brieger, W.R. (1994) Sexual Practices that May Favor the Transmission of HIV in a Rural Community in Nigeria. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, Volume 14, No 4, 403-416.
  • Ajuwon, A.J., Brieger, W.R. Oladepo, O., and Adeniyi, J.D (1995) Surgical practices in rural Southwestern Nigeria: Implications for disease Prevention. Health Education Research, Theory and Practice, Volume 10, No 3, 379-384.
  • Adophy AA, Dare OO, Oladepo OO, Chovwen C, Osotimehin B; Getting the message across: developing educational materials for displaced youth in South West Nigeria. International Conference on AIDS. Int Conf AIDS. 1996 Jul 7-12; 11: 361 ( Th.C.4696).
  • Oladepo,O and Adegoke, F.(1997) Breast Self Examination among Female students in tetiary institutions in a Nigerian city. International Quarterly of Community Health Education Vol 16 (2) 175-185.
  • Oladepo Oladimeji, Usendiah Joseph Esu, Ajuwon Ademola Johnson (1999) Christian Religious Leaders Knowledge and State of Preparedness for AIDS Education in an urban Area In Nigeria International Quarterly of Community Health Education, Volume 18, No 3 373-384
  • Oladimeji Oladepo. (1999) An overview of Adolescent Reproductive Health Research in Nigeria. Nigerian School Journal. Vol. 1&2 41-51
  • Oladepo Oladimeji and Brieger Williams (2000) Sexual attitudes and Behaviour of Male Secondary School Students in Rural and Urban Areas of Oyo State, Nigeria. African Journal of Reproductive Health. Vol. 4. No.2, 21-34
  • Oyeduni Osowole and Oladepo Oladimeji (2000) Effect of Peer education On Deaf Secondary School students HIV/AIDS Knowledge, attitude and Sexual Behaviour. African Journal of Reproductive Health.Vol.4. No.2,94-103
  • Dare O, Oladepo O, Badru, and B (2001) Reproductive Health Needs of young Persons in Markets and Motor Parks in Southwest Nigeria. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 30, 199-205
  • Charles A. Okochi, Oladimeji Oladepo, and Ademola Ajuwon (2001) Knowledge about AIDS and Sexual Behaviors of Inmates of Agodi Prisons in Ibadan, Nigeria.) International Quarterly of Community Health Education Vol. 19(4) 353-352
  • Brieger WR, Delano GE, Lane CG, Oladepo O, Oyediran KA (2001) West African youth Initiative: Outcome of a reproductive Health education Program. Journal of Adolescent Health December; 29 (6)436-46.
  • Atulomah.N., Oladepo, O. (2002) Knowledge, perception and practice with regards to occupational risks of HIV/AIDS among nursing and midwifery students in Ibadan. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences Vol 31, 3,
  • Thomas JO, Herrero R , Omigbodun AA, Ojemakinde K, Ajayi IO, Fawole A, Oladepo O, Smith JS, Arslan A, Munoz N, Snijders PJF, Meijer, CJLM, and Franceschi S Prevalence of papillomavirus Infection in women in Ibadan, Nigeria: a population-based study. British Journal of Cancer (2004) 90, 638-645.
  • Caleb A. Adegbenro, JD Adeniyi and O. Oladepo (2006). Effect of Training Programme on screening Secondary Schools Teachers’ knowledge and Attitude Towards Reproductive Health Education In Rural Schools, Ile Ife, Nigeria.(Accepted for Publication African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2006)
  • Abimbola Oluwatosin and Oladimeji Oladepo. (2006) Knowledge of Breast Cancer and Its Early Detection Measures among Rural Women in Akinyele Local Government Area, Ibadan, Nigeria. BMC Cancer 6:271.
  • Miller D, Okolo CA, Mirabal YN, Guillaud M, Arulogun OS, Oladepo O, Crain B, Follen M, Adewole IF. Knowledge dissemination and evaluation in a cervical screening implementation program in Nigeria. Gynecol Oncol 107(1 Suppl 1):S196-207, 2007
  • Ademola Ajuwon, Fawole Funmilayo, Oladimeji Oladepo, Kayode Osungbade, Michael Asuzu (2008) Effects of training programme on HIV/AIDS prevention among primary health care workers in Oyo State, Nigeria. Health Education, vol. 108 No. 6
  • Ikeoluwapo .O. Ajayi, Oladele O Kale, Oladimeji Oladepo, and E Afolabi Bamgboye (2007) Using Mothers Trainers for Malaria Control: The Nigerian Experience. International Quarterly of Community Health Education Vol. 27 (4) 351-368 2006-2007
  • Oladimeji Oladepo, Yusuf Oyindamola (2008) Aversion Towards HIV Antibody Testing in a Tertiary Institution. Ibom Medical Journal Vol 3 Number 7, Aug 2008
  • Oladimeji Oladepo, Olufemi Leticia Ricketts, Yetunde Akinola -John (2009) Knowledge and Utilisation of Cervical cancer Screening services among Nigerian Students International Quarterly of Community Health Education Vol. 29 (3) 393-304
  • Oladepo O. Yusuf B, Arulogun OS, John Akinola Y Prostate Cancer Awareness, Knowledge and Screening Practices among Older Men in Oyo State, Nigeria (2009). International Quarterly of Community Health Education volume 30, issue 3.
  • Oladimeji Oladepo, Mojisola Fayemi (2011) Perceptions about sexual abstinence and knowledge of HIV/AIDS prevention among in-school adolescents in a western Nigerian city. BMC, Public Health 2011, 11:304.

(iii) Technical Reports and Monographs

C. Planning, Management and Evaluation of Health Education Programmes

  • African Regional Health Education Centre, University of Ibadan; Office of international Health Programs, University of North Carolina; and International Health Programs Office, U.S. Centers for Disease Control (1987) Report of an Intercountry Training Programme on the Planning and Management of the Health Education Component of the Combating Childhood Communicable Diseases Project. (I was ARHEC lead evaluator and wrote Pages 5-9, 10-19, and initial drafts of Pages 24-27).
  • African Regional Health Education Centre, University of Ibadan; Office of international Health Program, University of North Carolina; and International Health Programs Office, U.S. Centers for Disease Control (1988) Report of the Second Annual Intercountry Training Programme on the Planning and Management of the Health Education Component of the Expanded Programme on Immunization for the Combating Childhood Communicable Diseases Project. (I was responsible for writing pages 17-44 and appendixes 6, 7 and 8).
  • African Regional Health Education Centre, University of Ibadan; Office of international Health Program, University of North Carolina; and International Health Programs Office, U.S. Centers for Disease Control (1989) Report of an Intercountry Training Programme on the Planning and Management of the Health Education Component of the Combating Childhood Communicable Diseases Project. (I was responsible for writing pages 1- 10, 22-43 and appendixes 1 and 2).
  • Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha, I.O., Oladepo, O., Egunjobi, L. and Brieger, W.R. (1989) A Pretest of the Revised Federal Ministry of Health/UNICEF Training and Educational Materials, Priestman Consultants, University of Ibadan, Consultancy Services Unit.
  • Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha I.O., Oladepo, O. (1990) The Healthcom and Niger State Ministry of Health Primary Health Care mobilization intervention project in Rafi Local Government Area of Niger State: A Baseline Survey. African Regional Health Education Centre, Ibadan, Nigeria.
  • United States Agency for International Development and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, International Health Programs Office, U.S. Centers for Disease Control (1990) Health Education Planning and Management for Child Survival Programs: A Training Guide (prepared by: Ademuwagun, Z.A., Adeniyi, J.D., Brieger, W.R., Olaseha I.O., Oladepo, O., Omishakin, M.A., Steuart, G., Dawson, L., Wright, E., Eng, E., Parrish, T., Steckler, A., Veney, J., Luchok, K., Foushee, V., Parker, K., and Parker).
  • Adeniyi, J.D., Brieger, W.R., Olaseha I.O., Oladepo, O. Parker, K., Ramsey.D. (1990) Workshop in Health Education for Malaria Control in the context of a Primary Health Care
  • Adeniyi, J.D., Ladipo, O.A., Olaseha I.O., Oladepo, O. (1990) Audience Research about Family Planning Knowledge, Attitude and Practice in Nigeria. A Literature review. JHU/PCS PROJECT AF.NGA-38. The Priestman Group of Consultants African Regional Health Education Centre, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan. for the Population Communication Services Unit of the Johns Hopkins University.
  • Oladepo O.: Report on the Course Design and Team Building Phase. (1990) African Regional Health Education Centre, University of Ibadan; Office of International Public Health Programs, University of North Carolina; and International Health Program Office, Centers for Disease Control.
  • Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha I.O., Oladepo, O. (1990) Health Education in West Africa: State of the Art. International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Dakar, Senegal.
  • Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha, I.O., Oladepo, O., Sorungbe, A.O. and Odunsi, P.Y. (1991) A Summary of Reports of the Assessment Visit by Staff of the Schools of Health Technology, Public Health Schools of Nursing, Community Health Officers, and Primary Health Care Tutors Training Institutions in the States of the Federation. Manpower Division, Primary Health Care Department, Federal Ministry of Health and Human Services, Lagos.
  • Federal Ministry of Health and Social Services and U.S. Agency for International Development, Combating Childhood Communicable Diseases Programme (1992) the Efficacy of Health Education in Nigeria: a Selected Review of Field Work and Research Activities in Nigeria (1980-1992). (prepared by: Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha, I.O., Brieger, W.R., Oladepo, O., Ajuwon, A.J. and Oshiname, F.O.) Lagos, Nigeria.
  • Oladepo, O. (1992) The Implementation of Pretest of baseline Instruments for FGN/UNICEF 1991/95 Country Programme. UNICEF, Nigeria.
  • Ipadeola, T., Ogundiran, A.O., Oladepo, O., Adigun, I.O, Shokunbi, W., Fatunmbi, Akintunde, F., Saliu, Olayinka, Olayinka, S.A., Onisebe, S., Oshuntoki, and Winfolabi (1992)
  • Hubley, Ogundiran, Oladepo O et al A 5 year Country medium Term Plan for Control of HIV/STD infections in Oyo State) 1993- 1997) Oyo State Ministry of Health, Ibadan.
  • National AIDS/STD Control Programme, Federal Ministry of Health and Social Services (1993) Training Manual for AIDS/PHC Integration (District Level). Ransome-Kuti, O., Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha I.O., Oladepo, O., Anifalaje, L.A., Amana, A., Awosiyan, W.)
  • Adeniyi, J.D., Udoh C.O., Olaseha I.O., Oladepo, O., Iyun, B.F.The Nigerian Essential Drugs Programme: A baseline for the Design of the Information, Education and communication Component. (1993). A world bank assisted Project. The Priestman Group of Consultants African Regional Health Education Centre, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan in collaboration with Federal Ministry of Health, Lagos.
  • Oladepo, O., Dare O.O. and Osotimehin B.O. (1993) Training Guide and Manual of Operations for Adolescent Reproductive and Family Health Program. College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, for the McArthur Foundation, Chicago, U.S.A.
  • National AIDS/STD Control Programme, Federal Ministry of Health and Social Services (1993) Training Manual for AIDS/PHC Integration (LGA Level). (prepared by: Ransome-Kuti, O. Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha I.O., Oladepo, O., Anifalaje, L.A., Amana, A. and Awosiyan, W.), Lagos.
  • Femi-Pearse, Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha, I.O., and Oladepo, O.(1993) Promoting Health through Women's Functional Literacy and Intersectoral Action. An In-depth Evaluation Report. The Federal Ministry of Health and Human Services, Lagos and the World Health Organisation, Lagos
  • Oladepo, O. and Akinmade, A.O. (1993) A Comparative Study of Perceived Indicators of Child Abuse and Neglect among Parents in Niger and Oyo States of Nigeria. Inter-African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women in Africa.
  • Oladepo, O. (1994) Management of Children with Diarrhoea at Ayedade Local Government. A Training Guide for Health Workers. African Regional Health Education Centre, University of Ibadan in collaboration with the Applied Diarrhoeal Diseases Research Program of the Harvard Institute of International Development.
  • Oladepo, O. (1995) Evaluation of Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT) Educational Intervention in a Rural Nigerian Community. Final Report. Applied Diarrhoea Disease Research Project, Harvard Institute for International Development. USA.
  • Oladepo O. (1995) Development of a Reporting Form for Illiterate Communities Related to Community Self-Treatment with Ivermectin. World Health Organisation, Tropical Diseases Research Programme, Geneva.
  • The Federal Health Education Branch, Ministry of Health and Social Services, in collaboration with African Regional Health Education Centre, University of Ibadan. (1995) Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Men and women of Reproductive Age about Family Planning in Selected Local Government Areas in Nigeria. (Prepared by: Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha, I.O., Oladepo, O., Ajuwon, A. and Oshiname, F.) Lagos.
  • Adeniyi, J.D., Olaseha, I.O., and Oladepo, O. (1995) A Report of the Assessment of Three Northern Universities for the Selection of Suitable One for the Establishment of a Department of Health Promotion and Education. The Federal Health Education Branch (FHEB) in collaboration with African Regional Health Education Centre (ARHEC), University of Ibadan.
  • Anal, J.A., Oladepo, O., and Omolewa, M. (1996) Improvement of Rural Health in Oyo State. UNICEF
  • Oladepo, O. (1996) Validation of the Pictorial Community Self-Treatment reporting Form. World Health Organisation (WHO) Tropical Diseases Research, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Oladepo, O. (1997) Life Planning Education Curriculum: A guide for trainers of Male Adolescent Peer Educators (MAPES) in Secondary Schools. MacArthur Foundation, Chicago, USA.
  • Oladepo, O (1997) Situation Analysis of Family Life Education in Oyo State in Public Secondary Schools, Association for Reproductive and Family Health, Ibadan.
  • Brieger, W.R and Oladepo, O. (1997) West African Youth Initiative Final Evaluation Report. Advocates for Youth, Washington DC, USA. April, 1997.
  • Haliu Birie, Ahmed Ali, O. C. Nwaorgu, Ephraim Madu, Joseph Okeibunor, Oladimeji Oladepo, William R. Brieger, S. A. Otusanya, Mohmoun Homeida, Kababshi Meduni Saliman, M. M. Ali, Ajay Tandon, Helen Guyatt, Uchi Amazigo, Oladele O. Kale and J. Hans Remme (1998) Economic Impact of Onchocercal Skin Disease (OSD). Report of a Multi Country Study. UNDP/World Bank/WHO special program for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR), African Program for Onchocerciasis Control (APOC), Onchocerciasis Coordination Unit, Africa Region. The World Bank.
  • Oladimeji Oladepo, Ane Haaland, Oladele Akogun, Tieman Diarra, Massitan Dembele, Henry Edeghere, Margaret Mafe, Rich Umeh, Hans Remme, Oladele Kale, Uche Amazigo, Boakye Boatin, Stephanie Meredith, Mitchell Weiss, Christine Witte, Yankum Dadzie, Azodoga Seketeli, Daniel Etyaale, Mounkaila Noma and Jean-Baptiste Roungou (1998) - Community-Directed Treatment with Ivermectin (CDTI) - A Practical Guide for Trainers of Community-Directed Distributors. African Program for Onchocerciasis Control, World Health Organisation (WHO).
  • Oladimeji Oladepo, Michael Asuzu, Kayode Osungade, Olufunmilayo Fawole, Ademola Ajuwon, Adeniyi Ogundiran. (1998) a Training Approach to Improving HIV/AIDS Knowledge of Health Workers in Oyo State, Nigeria. World AIDS Foundation Institut Pasteur, Paris, France.
  • Advocating Adolescent Reproductive Health in Sub Sahara Africa. Advocates for Youth, Washington DC, USA.1998.
  • The West African Youth Initiative: Promoting Change in Adolescent Health through Peer Education. Association for Family and Health, ARFH Monograph Series No. 3.1999.
  • Anne Halaand, Oladele Akogun and Oladimeji Oladepo (1999) Reporting with pictures. A concept paper for Researchers and Health Policy Decision –Makers. UNDP/World bank/WHO Special programme for Research and training in Tropical Diseases, Geneva Switzerland.
  • Herdman, C., and Oladepo, O. (1999) Powerful Partnerships: Linking IEC and services for Adolescent Sexual health. Advocates for Youth, Washington DC, USA.
  • Oladepo, O. and Awity, K (1999) Young Men Christian Association (YMCA): Critical Assessment of Adolescent Reproductive Health Programs in Ghana and Senegal. Center for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA) Washington DC, USA. July 1999.
  • Oladepo, O (1999) Report of Baseline Evaluation: Improving Reproductive Health Outcomes for Special Adolescent Populations in Kumasi, Ghana (Youth development Foundation, Kumasi, Ghana). Program For Appropriate Technology for Health (PATH) Washington D.C. USA.
  • Oladepo, O. (1999) Report of Baseline Evaluation: Improving Reproductive Health Outcomes for Pregnant and Parenting Teens in Kumasi, Ghana. (Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana); Program For Appropriate Technology for Health (PATH) Washington D.C. USA.
  • Oladepo (2000) Report of Institutional and Programme Evaluation of Nigerian Youth AIDS Programme, Lagos. Nigerian Youth AIDS Programme, Lagos.
  • Oladepo,O, 2000.Obadiah M; Dennis-Antwi ; Faal H; Hagan M; Ofili U, Bob Egbe S (2000) Flipchart For Community Eye Education. Sight savers International
  • Oladepo O (2001) Report of Participatory Census of Sexual Behaviour and Reproductive Health Knowledge: Kakuri, Kaduna State. Center for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA) Washington DC, USA.
  • Oladepo, O. (2001) Report on Participatory Appraisal on Reproductive Health with Adolescents and Community Members in YMCA Project Areas in Nigeria. CEDPA, Washington DC, USA.
  • Oladepo. O Evaluation Report: New choices for a New Africa” Project on Adolescent Sexual and reproductive Health (2002). The Center for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA) in collaboration with the YMCA of the USA.
  • Oladepo, O. (2002) Final Evaluation of YMCA of Nigeria New Choices for a New Africa Programme. YMCA, Lagos, Nigeria.
  • Adeniyi J, Oladepo O, Soyibo A, Study of Primary Health Care Delivery Service in Nigeria: A Quantitative Survey Approach, World Bank, Washington DC. USA.2004
  • Oladepo, O. (2003) National Baseline Participatory Learning Appraisal Report. Nigeria YMCA “YES” Project. , YMCA, Lags Nigeria.
  • Oladepo, O, Briger WR, Ajuwon AJ, Otusanya S, Talabi A, Kabiru S, Oludare M (2004). Final Report Developing and Evaluating Reproductive Health Education and Service Programmes for Out of School Youth in Western Nigeria. Rockefeller Foundation New York. USA.
  • Oladepo. O. The evaluation of the partnership between Development Alternatives and Resource Center (DARC) Nigeria and Board source Washington DC, USA. Development Alternatives and Resource Center, Nigeria.
  • Oladepo, O and Sadiya Daura (2004). Evaluation of Adolescent Health and Information Project (AHIP) Advocacy Programme in Northern Nigeria. International Women’s Health Coalitions (IWHC), 24, East Street, New York, NY 10010, New York USA
  • Harald Burmeister, Patrick Kayembe Kalambayi, Georges Koulischer, Oladimeji Oladepo, Bernard A Philippon, Eleuther Tarimo (2005) External Evaluation of African Programme for Ochorcerciasis Control (APOC) Report. World Bank, International Bank for Reconciliation and Development, Washington DC USA.
  • Oladimeji Oladepo. Malaria Treatment in Nigeria-Role of Patent Medicine Sellers. Policy brief. Future Health Systems. 2008
  • Oladimeji Oladepo and Arulogun, OS. Promoting Policy Decisions on Gender-Based Violence in Nigeria. Policy Brief. EHANSE/USAID. 2007.
  • Oladepo O, Capacity Development Training to improve Management functions of Health Promotion Staff at the Federal Ministry of Health and Selected states in Nigeria. A report 2006 and 2007. Partnership for Transforming Health Systems (PATHS) ,Abuja, Nigeria
  • Oladimeji Oladepo, Toyin Akpan and Richard Kohl (2007) Evaluation of the work of the Community Life Projects (CLP),Lagos
  • Oladimeji Oladepo, Oladepo O, Kabiru S, Adeoye BW, Oshiname F, Ofi B, Oladepo M, Ogunbemi O, Lawal A, Brieger WR, Bloom G, and Peters DH: Malaria treatment and policy in three regions in Nigeria Malaria Treatment in Nigeria-Role of Patent Medicine Sellers.-. Policy Brief. Future Health systems. 2008
  • Oladimeji Oladepo. Down the Miry Clay Street Engaging the 3 by 5 Auxiliary Gear. ( The Lecture portrays the abysmal situation in Nigeria and strongly recommends the use of Health Promotion as magic panacea. Inaugural Lecture , University Press. University of Ibadan. May 2008.
  • Community Directed Interventions (CDI) for Major Health Problems in Africa. A multi- Country study (2008.) Report UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases Geneva.
  • Oladepo O, Salami KK, Adeoye BW, Oshiname F, Ofi B, Oladepo M, Ogunbemi O, Lawal A, Brieger WR, Bloom G, Peters DH. Malaria treatment and policy in three regions in Nigeria: The role of patent medicine vendors. FHS Working paper 1, Nigeria series, September 2007.
  • Oladepo et al: Future Health Systems: Making Health Systems Work for the Poor. A brochure Future Health Systems: Innovations for equity. A brochure published by University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 2007. www.futurehealthsystems.org
  • Oladepo et al Malaria treatment in Nigeria: The role of patent medicine vendors. Future Health Systems, University of Ibadan, Ibadan. Nigeria. Policy. November 2008www.futurehealthsystems.org
  • Oladepo O, Jegede AS, Adeoye BW, Dipeolu IO. (2009) The Potential Role of Patent Medicine Vendors Associations in the Provision of Quality Anti-malarial Drugs to the Poor. www.futurehealthsystems.org
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