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Kabirudeen Kunle SALAMI

Senior Lecturer, Medical Sociology

B.Sc., M.Sc. Sociology; Ph.D Medical Sociology (Ibadan); Cert. Applied Gerontology (UNT, USA)

 

Dr. Kabiru Salami joined the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan in 2008, the same year he completed his Ph.D.  He specialized in medical sociology and comparative health care. He is a member of Nigeria Sociological and Anthropological Association (NASA), International Sociological Association (ISA), United States Coalition for Child Survival, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP) and Grounded Theory Institute. He has consulted for several organizations on projects related to medical sociology and community health.

 

 

RESEARCH INTEREST

Medical Sociology; Health education and policy; Reproductive health; Child survival strategies; Safe motherhood; Neglected Tropical Diseases; Ageing and gerontology

 

 

CONTACT ADDRESS:

Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

[email protected]

 

 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

 

Recipient, Classics Award Winning Articles, 25th Anniversary (2005-2006) Edition, 25(1-2): 169-184 from the editors of International Quarterly of Community Health Education.

 

CODESRIA Institute on Health, Politics and Society in Africa, Dakar Senegal

2006 Institute: “Traditional forms of health provisioning in Africa

 

Point Sud Annual Institute (PSAI) on Health and Society; Summer School “Entangled medical fields: Transformation of meaning, knowledge, and practice” jointly organized as a German-French-African cooperation, held at University of Omar Bongo, Libreville, Gabon from July 17 to 26, 2007 and financed by Volkswagen Foundation, Hannover, Germany.

 

Member Scholar; International Institute for Qualitative Methodology (IIQM), University of Alberta, December 20, 2010.

 

World Health Organization (WHO/TDR) Career Development Fellowship: Thematic Reference Group (TRG 1) on Social Sciences Research and Gender. Awarded by WHO/TDR Geneva and June 2010 – Nov. 2011; Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Chapters, Proceedings and Reports

 

Oladimeji Oladepo, William R. Brieger, Ademola J. Ajuwon, Oyeduni Osowole, Adebusola

        Talabi, Sakiru Otusanya, Kabiru Salami, (2003) Evaluation of Reproductive Health

        Education and Service Interventions Among the Out-Of-School Adolescents in Oyo

        State, Nigeria.  Monograph. African Regional Health Education Center, College of

            Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

Adeneye AK, Mafe MA, Adeneye AA, Salami KK and Adewole TA (2004), Willingness to

seek voluntary HIV counseling and testing (VCT) among pregnant women in Ogun State, Nigeria.  Abstract presented at the XV international AIDS conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 11-16, July 2004.  MedGenMed. 2004 Jul. 11;6(3): MoPeE4097.  (eJIAS. 2004 Jul. 11;1(1): MoPeE4097).  Conference Abstract # MoPe E4097

 

Brieger, W.R., K.K. Salami, and B.P. Ogunlade. (2004) Catchment Area Planning and

      Action: Documentation of the Community-based Approach in Nigeria. Arlington, Va.:

      BASICS II for the United States Agency for International Development.

      http://www.basics.org/publications/pubs/capa2/capaprocess-final.pdf

 

Salami KK, Titiloye MA, and Otusanya SA (2004) Barber-customers’ Interactions in Rural

and Urban Communities: Implications for HIV Transmission in Southwestern Nigeria.  Abstract presented at the West African Physicians Conference, Ibadan, Nigeria, July, 2004.  Conference Abstract #

 

Adeneye AK, Mafe MA, Adeneye AA, Salami KK, Brieger WR, Titiloye MA, Adewole TA,

                Agomo PU (2005) Beliefs and Perceptions about HIV/AIDS among Pregnant Women

                in Ijebu Communities of Ogun State, Nigeria. A Paper Presented at the 3rd SAHARA

                African Conference on Social Aspects of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic Research,

                University of Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal.  10-14 October 2005.

 

Oladepo O, Salami KK, Adeoye BW, Oshiname F, Ofi B, Oladepo M, Ogungbemi O, Lawal

                A, Brieger WR, Bloom G and Peters DH (2007) Malaria Treatment and Policy in

                Three Regions in Nigeria: The role of Patent Medicine Vendors.  Future Health

                Systems Working Paper 1. www.futurehealthsystems.org

 

Ajeyalemi, Duro, Fatima Bisola Ahmed, Rakiya Sani Ahmed, David Evans, Williams Nance,

                Adekunbi Omideyi, Kabiru Salami and Joyce Holfeld (2008). An Evaluation of the

                        USAID/Nigeria Social Sector Projects: Enhance and Compass. Washington, DC: U.S.        Agency for International Development.    http://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/PDACP459.pdf

 

Salami KK (2010) World Bank Malaria Booster Project Impact Evaluation Study:  Focus

                Group Discussions among Patent Medicine Vendours (PMVs) and Community-

                Directed Distributors (CDDs) in Akwa Ibom and Anambra States, Nigeria. Submitted

                to the World Bank

 

Jane I. Guyer and Kabiru K. Salami (2011) “Kos’owo”- There’s no money!:  Paper

                presented at the workshop on “La macroéconomie par le bas”, ou les enjeux

                sociopolitiques des représentations économiques en Afrique.  Paris, March 4th

                2011. Conference proceedings

 

Jane I. Guyer and Kabiru K. Salami (2011) Accounts and Accounting in the Popular

                Economy of Western Nigeria. Paper presented at the Conference on New Perspectives

                in Economic Ethnography: modalities of exchange and economic calculation. 

                National Museum, Rio de Janeiro; May 16-17, 2011.  Conference proceedings

 

Jane I. Guyer and Kabiru K. Salami (2013) Life Courses of Indebtedness in Rural

                Nigeria. In Jason Danely and Caitrin Lynch (eds.) Transitions and Transformations:

                Cultural Perspectives on Aging and the Life Course. Berghahn Books.

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Patricia Awa Jerome (Taiwo) (2012) Peoples, Culture and

                Health. A book chapter. In A.S Jegede, O.A Olutayo, O.O Omololu and B.E Owumi

                (eds.) Peoples and Culture of Nigeria. Page 255-267 ISBN 978-978-929-644-6

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Fredrick O. Oshiname (Accepted) Theories and Models of health behavior. In EA Oke and BE Owumi (eds.) Readings in Medical Sociology, Second edition.

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Patricia Awa Jerome (Taiwo) (Accepted) Gender Issues and Health. In EA Oke and BE Owumi (eds.) Readings in Medical Sociology, Second edition.

 

Salami K.K (2014) Comparative Social institutions. Ibadan Distance Learning, Book Material. University of Ibadan Press.

 

Salami K.K (2015) Survey of Medical Sociology. Ibadan Distance Learning, Book Material.

                University of Ibadan Press.

 

Kabiru K. Salami and William R Brieger (2015) Commercial Charcoal Production from

                Wood.  In MKC Sridhar, Taiwo Hammed and Anthony Okoye (eds.) Entrepreneurship

                in Waste Recycling. Pg 413-416. BookBuilders Editions Africa.

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Fredrick O. Oshiname (Accepted) Theories and Models of health behavior. In EA Oke and BE Owumi (eds.) Readings in Medical Sociology, Second edition.

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Patricia Awa Jerome (Taiwo) (Accepted) Gender Issues and Health. In EA Oke and BE Owumi (eds.) Readings in Medical Sociology, Second edition.

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Isaac A. Adedeji (2015) Health systems and State Security in

Nigeria: A Public Health Perspective.  In Nurudeen Alliyu (ed.) Sociological Issues in

Industry and Nigerian Society; Prospects, Challenges and Threat to Development. 

Pages 261-268. ISBN: 978-978-8456-97-1. Ibadan University Press.

 

Jane I. Guyer and Kabiru Salami (2016) Gaps, Innovations and Casuistic Reasoning

In Currency Dynamics: Nigeria, Eastern Europe, North Korea and their Connections.

                In Herzfeld and Panella (eds): Norms in the Margins and Margins of the Norm: The

                Social Construction of Illegality. Indiana University Press.

 

Jane I. Guyer and Kabiru K. Salami (2017) Monetary Intensification in an Urban Food Supply Hinterland, 1968-the Present. In O.C. Adesina, M. Monsuru and Oluwakemi A. Abiodun (eds) The African World: Themes, Perspectives and Narratives. I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd., London.
 

Peer Reviewed Articles

 

Oyadoke AA, Salami KK and Brieger WR, (2000-2001) Planning Health Education: Internet and Computer Resources in Southwestern Nigeria.  International Quarterly of Community Health Education. 20(4): 307-321.

 

Salami KK, Brieger WR and Olutayo L. (2003) Stress and Coping among Mothers of Twins in Rural Southwestern Nigeria.  Twins Research. 6(1): 55-61.

 

Brieger WR, Osamor PE, Salami KK, Oladepo O and Otusanya SA (2004), Observations of interaction between patent medicine vendors and customers in urban and rural Nigeria.  Health Policy and Planning, 19(3): 177-182.

 

Ajoko DC, Salami KK, Brieger WR. (2003) The Process of Involving High School Students in Developing Reproductive Health Education Materials in Ibadan, Nigeria. International Quarterly of Community Health Education.  22(3) 165-185.

 

Oyadoke AA, Brieger WR, Adesope A, and Salami KK (2003) Migrant Farm Workers

      in Southwestern Nigeria: Implications for HIV Transmission. International Quarterly of

     Community Health Education.  22(4):247-266

 

Salami KK, Titiloye MA, Brieger WR, and Otusanya SA (2005)  Observations of

       Barbers’ activities in Oyo State Nigeria: Implications for HIV/AIDS Transmission. 

       International Quarterly of Community Health Education.  24(4): 317- 328

 

Jegede AS, Salami KK, Temilola OM and Adejumo PO (2004) Communal Conflict

and HIV/AIDS in Nigeria.  African Journal for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Vol.7 (1&2)140-154

 

Otusanya SA, Brieger WR, Titiloye M, Salami KK and Adesope A (2007) Ethnic

Variations in Health Seeking Behaviors and Attitudes between Fulani Herders and Yoruba Farmers in Southwestern Nigeria.  Tropical Doctor 37: 184-185

 

Salami KK and Brieger WR. (2005) Consumer Response and Satisfaction with

       Prepackaged Antimalarial Drugs for Children in Aba, Nigeria.  International Quarterly

       of Community Health Education. 24 (3) 213-227.

 

Oyadoke AA, Salami KK and Brieger WR (2005) Planning Health Education: Internet

                and Computer Resources in Southwestern Nigeria.  International Quarterly of

                        Community Health Education. 25th Anniversary (Classics, Award Winning Articles)

                Edition, 25(1-2): 169-184.

 

Jegede AS, Amzat J, Salami KK, Adejumo PO and Oyetunde MO (2005) Perceived Causes

of Malaria Among Market Women in Ibadan, Nigeria.  African Journal for the

Psychological Study of Social Issues, Vol.8 (1&2) 335-347

 

Jegede AS, Amzat J, Salami KK, Adejumo PO and Oyetunde MO (2006) What Women do

to Prevent and Treat Malaria in Ibadan, Nigeria.  African Journal for the

Psychological Study of Social Issues, 9: (1). 14-25

 

Adeneye AK, Mafe MA, Adeneye AA, Salami KK, Brieger WR, Titiloye MA, Adewole TA,

                and Agomo PU (2006) Knowledge and Perception of HIV/AIDS among

                Pregnant Women attending Antenatal Clinics in Ogun State, Nigeria. African Journal

                        of AIDS Research. 5 (3): 273-279

 

Adeneye AK, Brieger WR, Mafe MA, Adeneye AA, Salami KK, Titiloye MA, Adewole TA,

                and Agomo PU (2006) Willingness to seek HIV Testing and Counseling among

                Pregnant women attending Antenatal Clinics in Ogun State, Nigeria.  International

                        Quarterly of Community Health Education. 26 (4) 337-353

 

Brieger WR, Salami KK and Oshiname FO (2007) Perceptions of Drug Color

                among Drug Sellers and Consumers in Rural Southwestern Nigeria.  Research in

                        Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 3: 303-319

 

Amy Luke, Olayemi Omotade, Omolola Ayoola, Adebowale Adeyemo, William Brieger,

                Kabiru Salami and Bamidele Tayo (2007) Stunting and underweight greater among

                boys than girls in rural southwest Nigeria.  (The FASEB Journal. 2007; 21:532.4-

                Meeting Abstract Supplement).  The Journal of the Federation of American Societies

                        for Experimental Biology

 

Fajemilehin BR, Ayandiran EO and Salami KK (2007) Elderly Destitution in Ile-Ife,

                Osun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Nursing Practice. 13 (3): 161-165

 

Ayoola, Omolola; Ebersole, Kara; Omotade, Olayemi; Tayo, Bamidele; Brieger, William;   Salami, Kabiru; Dugas, Lara; Cooper, Richard; and Luke, Amy (2009) Stunting

                among Children and Adolescents of Rural Southwestern Nigeria.  Annals of Human

                        Biology . iFirst article:1-12

 

Salami KK and Brieger WR (2010-2011) Commercial Charcoal Production in the Ibarapa             District of Southwestern Nigeria: Forestry Dividends and Welfare Implications.

                International Quarterly of Community Health Education. 31(4): 369-385 

 

Oyetunde Modupe Olusola, Salami K Kabiru and Jegede S Ayodele (2011) Perception of

                Low Back Pain (LBP) And health Seeking Pattern among Mulltiparous Market

                Women in Oyo East LGA Nigeria. Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria,

                        Nursing Research Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 pg 61-75

 

Salami KK (2011) Perception of resource depletion and replacement among indigenous

                healers in rural community of Idere, Southwestern Nigeria.  Journal of Environment

                        and Culture. Vol.8 No. 1 pg 34-43

 

Salami KK (2011) Indigenous medicine for management of illness for under-five children:

                Mothers’ and Healers’ Practices in Southwestern Nigeria. West African Journal of

                        Archaeology (WAJA)

 

Jane I. Guyer and Kabiru K. Salami (2011) “Kòs’ówó”- There’s no money!:  Politique Africaine.  No.

                124: 43-65

 

Femi O. Omololu, Rasheed A. Okunola and Kabiru K. Salami (2012) Equity and Access to             Health Care Services:  The experience of the Bamako Initiative programme in   Nigeria. Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences; Vol. 3(6): 434-442

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Aishat O. Olugbayo (2013) Health-seeking Behavior of Migrant Beggars in Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria. Health, Vol. 5 No. 4

 

Ayandiran EO, Ola OC, Salami KK and Agunbiade OM (2012) Experiences of Conflict

                Management Styles among Healthcare Professionals: Do Conflict’s perception and

                Attitude matter? Ife Social Sciences Review.

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Aishat O. Olugbayo (2013) Health-seeking Behavior of Migrant Beggars in Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria. Health, Vol. 5 No. 4: 792-804

 

Salami KK (2013) Indigenous medicine for management of illness for under-five children:

                Mothers’ and Healers’ Practices in Southwestern Nigeria. West African Journal of

                        Archaeology (WAJA). Vol. 43 (2) pg 109-134

 

Kabiru K. Salami, Emeka Dumbili and Peter Ezeah (2013) Determinants of Maternal and

                Child Healthcare Service Utilization among Recently Pregnant Mothers in Ubulu-

                Okiti, Delta State Nigeria.  International Journal of Sociology of the Family; Vol. 39,

                        No. 1-2:115-127

 

Kathryn E. Lafond, Ibrahim Dalhatu, Vivek Shinde, Ekanem E. Ekanem, Saidu Ahmed,

                Patrick Peebles, Mwenda Kudumu, Milele Bynum, Kabiru Salami, Joseph

                Okeibunor, Pamela Schwingl, Anthony Mounts, Abdulsalami Nasidi, and Diane

                Gross (2014) Notifiable disease reporting among public sector physicians in Nigeria:

a cross-sectional survey to evaluate possible barriers and identify best sources of

information.  BMC. Health Services Research 2014,

14 (1):568 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/14/568

 

Kabiru K. Salami and William R. Brieger (2014) Validation of service deliveries and         coverage in

primary health care: Experiences from a Community Health Project in Ibadan, Nigeria.

African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine; Vol.

                        6 (1), Art. #545, 7 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/ phcfm.v6i1.545

 

Olufunke A. Fayehun and Kabiru K. Salami (2014) Older Persons and Malaria

                Treatment in Nigeria.  African Population Studies; Vol. 27, 2, Suppl. Pg424-433

 

Kabiru K. Salami, Matthew Ayegboyin, and Isaac A. Adedeji (2014) Unmet Social Needs and

                Teenage Pregnancy in Ogbomosho, South-western Nigeria.  African Health Sciences; Vol.

                14 issue 3: 959-966

Kabiru K. Salami (2014) Ex-servicemen and the Life Courses of Retirement in Ibadan,

Nigeria.  The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology. Vol. 12, No 1: 213-232. Special Edition on Ageing in Nigeria.

 

Kabiru K. Salami, Isaac A. Adedeji, Matthew Ayegboyin and Nneka L. Umego (2014)

Health Risks and Healthcare Delivery in Flood Disaster Affected Communities in Southwest Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology.  Vol. 12, No 2: 132-149

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Matthew Ayegboyin (2015) Intergenerational Life Courses of

                Teenage Pregnancy in Ogbomosho Southwestern Nigeria.  Children and Society; Vol.

                        29; 451-461 doi: 10.1111/chso.12078

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Jane I. Guyer (2015) Confusion and personification in Yoruba

thought and practice. Social Dynamics. Vol. 41, Issue 1, pages 17-33. DOI:10.1080/02533952.2015.1029744

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Olubukola J. Adesanwo (2015) The Practice of self-medication for

treatment of illnesses for under-five children by mothers in Ibadan, Nigeria. Research

Journal of Drug Abuse, Volume: 2:2. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7243/2057-3111-2-2.

ISSN: ISSN 2057-3111

 

Rachael O. Oduyemi, Mathew Ayegboyin and Kabiru K. Salami (2016) Perception of

                Ebola Virus Disease in Nigeria: Understanding the Influence of Imagination

                on Health Orientation. International Journal of Nursing Practice. 22: 291-299

                        doi:10.1111/ijn.12425

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Chinwe M. Onuegbu (2016) Location and Media Dynamics in

                Information Sharing in Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria.  African Journal for the

Psychological Study of Social Issues. Vol. 19 (2): 28-41

 

Kabiru K. Salami and Chinwe M. Onuegbu (2016) Determinants of Preferences for

Advertisement and Communication in the Promotion of Anti-malaria products in

Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria.  The Nigerian Journal of Sociology and Anthropology.

Vol. 14 (2): 17-33

 

Kabiru K. Salami and David O. Akeju (2017) Engendering maternal and child health

                care services in Cross river state health agenda in Nigeria: what worked well in a pilot

study. Research Journal of Women’s Health. 4:3.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7243/2054-9865-4-3

 

Onuegbu, CM and Salami, KK (2017) Internal Displacement and Reproductive Health

                Information Desert among the Adolescents in Camps in Nigeria. CEC Journal.