Professor Oladosu Ojengbede
Bachelors of Medical Science (Anatomy) and Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery
National Postgraduate Medical College, Nigeria in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, West African College of Surgeons, & Fellow, International College of Surgeon.
Urogynaecology (including Obstetrics Fistula)
I am a Consultant in Obstetrics/Gynaecology and Director of the Center for Population and Reproductive Health at the University College Hospital Ibadan. In the past 5 years, I have been engaged in research into a number of interventional studies for reducing maternal/neonatal morbidity and mortality with the objective of identifying or developing best practices for replication. I have actively pursued the development of training manuals in reproductive health for health care providers and have extensive experience in developing and implementing population-based studies. I have close partnerships with Nigerian Population Commission of Oyo state (where Ibadan is located), community leaders, and community advocacy organizations. Breast cancer because of its link to a woman’s reproductive health has become an increasing focus of my work.
I participate in the training of postgraduate resident doctors for the FMCOG, FWACS, and MRCOG Programs by giving lectures, tutorials and conducting clinical teaching rounds. I have also participated in technical training of the residents. I have supervised and co-supervised many dissertations, M.Sc. and PhD thesis. In addition I have also served as examiner in final assessment of M. Phil, PhD projects in various disciplines in the University such as Public Health, Health Education and Psychology.
In the past 20years, I have been involved in training Physicians, Midwives and Community Extension Workers in EOC services towards improving birthing and delivery processes and procedures. I have also served as Consultant and Facilitator to train Physicians and Nurses in Management (including prevention and reintegration of Fistula Patients in Nigeria, Ghana, Ethiopia and South Sudan.
I am actively involved in teaching and training of Medical Students, Nursing and Midwifery students, and students of Federal Training Centre for Teachers of Health Sciences.
In the past 5 years, I have been engaged with research into a number of interventional studies for reducing maternal/ neonatal morbidity and mortality with the objective of identifying or developing best practices for replication.
I have also actively pursued the development of training manuals in reproductive health for health care providers. Training models have also been designed and tested.