Lecturer, Medical Sociology
B.Sc, M.S.W, M.Sc, Ph.D. (Ibadan)
Olufunke Adegoke is a Lecturer in the Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan. She obtained a Bachelors of Science and Master of Science Degrees in Sociology and Doctoral Degree in Medical Sociology. Also, she has a Master Degree in Health Social Work. All degrees were obtained from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She has worked on Sexual and Reproductive Health projects as Co-Investigator and have published works in learned journals. Her research interests include Maternal and Child Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Gerontology and Bioethics. She is a member of International Sociological Association (ISA), Member, Nigerian Anthropology and Sociology Association (NASA) and Member, Nigerian Association of Social Workers (NASOW).
Maternal and Child Health, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Gerontology and Bioethics
Department of Sociology, Faculty of the Social Sciences, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Teaching / Research Assistant Scholarship, Postgraduate School, University of Ibadan – June 2012 – January 2014.
FELLOWSHIP AND MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED SOCIETY
Member, International Sociological Association (ISA). 2014 to date.
Member, Nigerian Sociological and Anthropological Association (NASA). 2014 to date.
Member, Nigerian association of Social Workers (NASOW). 2005 to date.
Jegede A. S. & Adegoke O. O. (2017) "Sociological model for trauma care". In Olapade-Olaopa E. O., Ladipo J. K., Oladokun A., & Amanor- Boadu (eds.) Manual of emergency and essential surgical care. World Health Organisation, ISBN: 978-929023390-9. Geneva. Pp 211-224.
Olufunke O. Adegoke., Ololade F. Ajibola and Janet A. Ogundairo (2017). Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Foodstuff Sellers on Lassa Fever in major markets in Ibadan. African Journal for the Psychological Studies of Social Issues, Vol. 20 No. 2: 165 -176
Jegede, A.S and Adegoke, O.O. (2016). Advance Directive in End of Life Decision-Making among the Yoruba of South-western Nigeria. Journal of West African Bioethics Training Program. Vol.3. No.3:41-67.
Adegoke, O and Jegede A. (2016). “Continued Patronage of Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) by Pregnant in a Traditional African Community”. Annal Public Health Research. Vol. 3. No. 3: 1045.
Adegoke O.O and Jegede A.S. (2016). “The Limit of Change: Contradictions on Nutritional Behaviour between Pregnant women and Health Care Providers in Oyo State, Nigeria”. African Journal for the Psychological Studies of Social Issues. Vol. 19 No. 1. Pg 104-114.
Jegede, A.S, Adegoke, O.O and Ushie, B.A. (2015). “Awareness and Attitude of Social and Behavioural Scientists to Research Ethics in Nigerian Universities”. Journal of West African Bioethics Training Program. Vol 2. No.2. Pg 30-39.
Arojo, O.O (Now Adegoke) & Osungbade, K.O. (2013). Trends of obesity epidemic and its socio-cultural dimensions in Africa: Implications for health systems and environmental interventions. Emerging Issues in Medical Diagnosis and Treatment. Vol. 1, No. 7.
Technical Report / Monograph
Osungbade K.O, Sekoni O.O, Adebayo A.M, Akinyemi O.O, Adegoke O.O and Obembe T.A. (2014). Mobilizing official support for developing, implementing and sustaining livelihood and life skills development program for youths in Ekiti State. The Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS). 127 pages.
Jegede A.S, Adegoke O.O and Awofeso O.A (2012). West African Bioethics Training Programme (WABTP). Evaluation Report. 26 Pages.
Jegede A.S, Awofeso O.A and Adegoke O.O (2012). Ethics and Genomics Research in Africa. Institute of Human Virology, Abuja, Nigeria. Evaluation Report. 20 Pages.
Olajide R.B, Ayobami H, Eunice M, Taofeeq Y, Akeju D, Adegoke O and Adepeju O (2012). Sexuality Education: A paradigm shift for redesigning and implementation of the programme in Nigerian secondary schools. CODESRIA National Working Group (NWG) Dakar, Senegal. 136 pages
SELECTED CONFERENCES/WORKSHOP ATTENDED
13th Development Dialogue International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Hague, The Netherlands. (4 and 5 November, 2015).
Paper Read: The Limit of Change: Contradictions on Nutritional behaviour between Pregnant Women and Health Care Providers in Oyo State, Nigeria.
19th National Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA). Lagos State University, Lagos State, Nigeria. (5 – 9 November, 2014).
Paper Read: The Social Construction of Menstrual Cycle in Nigerian Women and Implications for Roles in Development.
17th National Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA). Nnamdi Azikwe University, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. (5 – 9 November, 2012).
Paper Read: None
2nd International Conference on the Ethics of Genomics Research Africa (EAGER Africa), Abuja Nigeria. (28 – 29 November, 2011).
Paper Read: None