TEN RECENT/RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Chapter in Books

  1. Fawole O.I. (2011).  Gender-Based Violence and Coercion: Gaps in Knowledge and Research Needs. Being chapter in book titled ‘Identifying priorities for research and documentation on Adolescent sexual Reproductive Health in Nigeria’: 65-79. Women’s Health and Action Research Centre, Benin, Nigeria.
  2. Fawole O.I. and Yusuf O.B (2011).Gender Issues in Reproductive Health: Female Concerns.  Chapter in Reproductive Health Text book. Center for Population and Reproductive health, Ibadan, Nigeria.

 

Articles in Learned Journals

  1. Fawole OI, Yusuf BO, Dairo MD and Fatiregun A. Intimate Partner Violence and primary Health Care Workers: Screening and management (2010).  The Nigerian Medical Journal Vol 17, No2: 138-146.
  2. Fawole O.I. Tokunbo A. Salawu Esther O. Asekun Olarinmoye(2010). Intimate Partner violence: Prevalence and Perceptions of Married men in Ibadan, Nigeria.International Quarterly of Community Health Education, Vol.  30 No.4, 349-364.
  3. Fawole OI, Abass LWA and Fawole AO.  (2011).  Prevalence of violence against pregnant women in Ibadan, Nigeria.     African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences Vol 39, No 4: 293-303.
  4. Ajuwon, A.J , Osungbade, K.O, Fawole OI(2011).   Experience and Perpetration of Violent Behaviours among Secondary School Students in Ibadan, Nigeria.    Sierra Leone Journal of Biomedical ResearchVol. 3 No 1: 27-35.
  5. Fawole AO, Omigbodun, and Fawole O.I (2011).A review of research papers in the Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology: (1998-2007).  Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 28, no 1:64-67.
  6. Ige OK and Fawole O.I(2011).  Preventing child sexual abuse: parents perception and practices in urban Nigeria. Journal of child sexual abuse, 20: 6, 695-707. 
  7. OK Ige, OI Fawole. Evaluating the Medical Care of Child Sexual Abuse Victims in a General Hospital in Ibadan, Nigeria.  Ghana Med J. 2012 March; 46(1): 22–26.
  8. Balogun MO, Owoaje ET, Fawole OI. (2012). Intimate partner violence in southwestern Nigeria: are there rural-urban differences?Women Health.;52(7):627-45

 

MAJOR CONFERENCES ATTENDED WITH PAPERS READ (in last 5 years)

  1. 3rd African Conference on Sexual Health and Rights.  Sexuality, Poverty and Accountability in Africa. Naibi, Kenya. Asekun Olarinmoye I.  and Fawole OI.  (February 2008). Assessment of the role of religious leader in promoting sexual heath in Ibadan, South West Nigeria.
  2. Investing in young peoples Health and Development- “Research that improve policies and programs”. An International Conference. Abuja, Nigeria. Fawole OI and Daguduro TA.  (April, 2008).  Violence against young female sex workers in Abuja, Nigeria.
  3. Computers in Medicine. Baragawanath Hospital, Johannesburg. 7-12th May, 2009.
  4. The African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET). Fifth African regional Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network (TEPHINET) and third AFENET scientific Conference.  August 30 - Sept 4, 2009. “One health’  Nairobi, Kenya.
  5. Sexual Violence and Primary Health workers: Identification of training and collaborative needs.  Presented at 1stSexual Violence Research Initiative Conference, J’burg, South Africa 1-7thJuly 2009
  6. Intimate Partner Violence and Primary Health workers: Identification of training and collaborative needs.  Presented at 3rd World Organization for Women in Science (TWOWS) African Regional Conference Abuja, Nigeria. 16th -20th November 2009
  7. WHO-sponsored Training of Trainers Workshop on Evidence-based decision making in Reproductive Health, University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria.  November 24-26th 2009.
  8. Facilitator, The National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Principles and Practice of Clinical Research, Ibadan, Nigeria, 3rd to 7th May 2010.
  9. Facilitator, University of Ibadan John D and Catherine T. Mac Arthur Foundation. Gender Mainstreaming Project, 16th-17th June, 2010.
  10. 2010 Global Maternal Health conference, New Delhi India.  Factors Influencing Occurrence of IPV and Effects of Violence on Obstetric Outcomes of Pregnant Women in Ibadan, Nigeria. August 2010. Fawole O. I., Abass L.W.A. and Fawole  O.A

And Intimate Partner Violence and Primary Health Workers: Identification of Training and Collaborative Needs.  Fawole O. I

  1. Kettil Bruun Society.  First Alcohol Epidemiology and Policy Conference in Africa Prevalence and Correlates of alcohol consumption in south African Adult Population and Association between Alcohol use and High risk sexual behavior in the south African adult population. November 15-18th 2010, Kampala, Uganda.Fawole OI, Weiner R, Goldstein S., Adeoye O and Oladimeji A
  2. TEPHINET 6th Global Scientific Conference, 13th to 17th December 2010, Cape Town, South Africa. 
  3. Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), South African FAIMER 2011, Residential Session, 2nd to 9th March, 2011, Cape Town, South Africa .
  4. 5th AFENET Scientific conference 11th to 16th December 2011, Dar es Salaam, Tanazania.
  5. Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), South African FAIMER 2012, 3rd Residential Session, 2nd to 8th March, 2011, Cape Town, South Africa .
  6. MO Balogun, ET Owoaje, OI. Fawole, B. Adedokun. P122. Experience and attitude of rural women to IPV in Southwestern Nigeria. Abstracts from Women’s Health 2012: The 20th Annual Congress March 16–18, 2012 , Washington, DC, USA.
  7. AA Adejimi, O Fawole, OO Sekoni, OO Akinyemi.  P123. Reaching Out to Men in Ending Intimate Partner Violence: A Qualitative Study among Male Civil Servants in Ibadan, Nigeria. Journal of Women’s Health, Volume 21, Number 4, 2012. Abstracts from Women’s Health 2012: The 20th Annual Congress, March 16–18, 2012 , Washington, DC. 
  8. OO. Adeoye, A. Aman Oloniyo, O.I Fawoleand Nguku P. Epidemiological and microbial investigation of cholera outbreak in a marsh slum area of Lagos, south western Nigeria, 2011.  Poster presentation 62nd Epidemiological Intelligence service, 19th to22nd    April, 2012,    Atlanta, Georgia.
  9. Fawole OIand van Wyk J.  5th South African Association of Health Educators Conference (SAAHE). Poster Presentation on ‘Training needs on gender based violence in a Medical Curriculum of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.  May 2012
  10. Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), South African FAIMER 2011, 5th Residential Session, 19th to 24th June, 2012, Bloemfontein, South Africa .
  11. Consultant,  FMOH/WHO Reproductive Health Proposal Writing Workshop Development Support Centre, Ibadan, August 14 -17, 2012.
  12. Fawole OI, Ajuwon AJ and Osungbade KO. Experience and Perpetration of Violence by SecondarySchool Studentsin Ibadan, Nigeria. IUSSP Seminar on Violence  in Adolescence and Youth  in Developing Countries, New Delhi, India organised by IUSSP Scientific panel on Young peoples life course in developing countries in collaboration with Population Council, New Delhi, 9-11October, 2012.
  13. Adedire E, Asekun Olarinmoye EO, Davis L, Nguku P and Fawole OI. Determinants of good   home care for febrile childhood illnesses in rural communities in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria, January 2012. TEPHINET 7th Global Scientific Conference 2012. Amman- Jordan 10-15 Nov, 2012.
  14. Fawole OIand Sigbeku K.  Does Empowerment of women facilitate the demand for family planning Methods? 2nd National Family Planning Conference 2012, 27th November to 1st Decemebr 2012.
  15. Fawole OI.Women’s status within the household as a determinant of maternal health care services in Nigeria and Fawole OI. Does empowerment of women in Nigeria facilitate demand for quality maternal health care? 2nd Global Maternal Health Conference 2013, 14th to 17th January 2013, Arusha, Tanzania.