ADEGBOYEGA OLUKAYODE ADEMOLA

Meet ADEGBOYEGA OLUKAYODE ADEMOLA, an Academic Staff of Lagos State University.

Specialization

Body Imaging Git/chest/ Pelvic Radiology

Designation

Senior Lecturer

Department

Radiology

Office

At the Radiology department office

Visiting Hour

Appointment on Visitation important

Research Interest

Topic: MEDICAL EDUCATION

Description:

My focus on medical education encompasses both research and hands-on teaching experiences. I have conducted a study on the attitudes of 5th-year medical students towards radiology, investigating their knowledge, acceptance, thoughts, adaptation, and future career choices. This yet-to-be-published journal article aims to contribute to the existing literature and foster a culture of appreciation and depth of awareness of Radiology as a discipline with collaboration among future physicians.


Additionally, I have collaborated on published research work surveying the sub-speciality preferences of radiography students at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. This research studied the factors influencing students' career trajectories within radiology, aiming to inform educational strategies that align with the evolving needs of the field and empower students to pursue paths that resonate with their passions and strengths.


In my role, I am dedicated to creating an enriching learning environment characterised by intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and compassionate patient care. Through interactive teaching methodologies, mentorship initiatives, and curriculum development, I strive to impart not only the requisite knowledge and skills but also a profound appreciation for the pivotal role of radiology in modern healthcare and practice.


Qualifications

# Certificate SchoolYear
1. FICS (RADIOLOGY) INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS 2023

Current Research

PERCEPTION OF PHYSICIANS, PATIENTS AND HEALTH WORKERS TOWARDS THE QUALITY OF CARE PROVIDED BY THE PPP ACTIVITIES IN LASUTH

Research Details

Public-private partnerships PPP are long-term contractual agreements between a government agency and the private sector to deliver goods and services where both parties share the risks and benefits associated which include financial risk and responsibilities.Major challenges hamper effective and efficient healthcare service delivery in most developing countries of the world including Nigeria, where there is corruption, lack of political will, underfunding of the healthcare sector, mismanagement of scarce funds and diversion to personal pockets, insufficient manpower, and lack of infrastructure.PPP is said to be the solution to help bridge the gap through public infrastructural development by providing sustainable funding, design, construction and maintenance and public services through an integrated approach.It is imperative to look at the benefits to patients who are mostly at the receiving end and those in charge of their care.

Biography

ADEGBOYEGA OLUKAYODE is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Radiology

ADEGBOYEGA has a FICS in RADIOLOGY from INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS

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