PUBLICATIONS AND LECTURES
1. DISSERTATIONS IN MEDICINE
2. DISSERTATIONS IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
3. LECTURES ON HEALTH FUNDING AND HEALTH ECONOMICS
4. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
5. SCIENTIFIC PAPERS ALREADY PUBLISHED IN LEARNED JOURNALS
DISSERTATIONS IN MEDICINE
1. COMPARISION OF SERUM PROGESTERONE AND ENDOMETRIAL BIOPSY FOR CONFIRMATION OF OVLATION AND EVALUATION OF LUTEAL FUNCTION IN INFERTILE NIGERIAN WOMEN
Submitted to the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria in part- Fulfillment of the requirements for the Part II Fellowship Examinations - 1989
2. OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY CASE REPRTS
Submitted to the West African College of Surgeons Part II
Fellowship Examination 1988
DISSERTATIONS IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES
3. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE RECRUITMENT AND SELECTIONPROCEDURE IN THE NIGERIA PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTORS - 1989
4. APPRAISAL OF INCENTIVES AND MOTIVATIONS AMONG
Submitted for the Award of Masters Degree in Business Administration
University of Ibadan - 1989
LECTURES ON HEALTH FUNDING AND HEALTH ECONOMICS
(I) BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN MANAGEMENT BOARDS AND HOSPITAL STAFF
(II) CHALLENGES OF PROVIDING TERTIARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN NIGERIA
(iii) MANAGING ORGANIZATIONAL CRISIS
(iv) CHALLENGES AND LESSON LEARNT IN MANAGING A PREMIER TEACHING HOSPITAL
(v) CHALLENGES OF MEDICAL PRACTICE IN NIGERIA
(vi) REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CARE FINANCING IN NIGERIA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR MDG5
(vii) HEALTH MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPING ECONOMY
(viii) THE ROLE OF ENERGY AND INFRASTRUCTURE ON TERTIARY HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN NIGERIA
(ix) THE GAINS AND PAINS OFMEDICAL TOURISM
(x) FUNDING AND REPRODCTIVE HEALTH
(xi) FOSTERING EFFECTIVE COLLABORATION AND PARTNERSHIP WITH ALL HEALTH ACTORS.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
A. 5. REPRODUCTIVE MORBIDITY AND SEXUALLY TRASMITTED
INFECTIONS INCLUDING HIV/AIDS AMONG NIGERIAN
ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS
Chapter 24 in the Book “STATUS OF ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS IN NIGERUA” Published by CSS Bookshops Limited,
50/52 Broad Street, Lagos, Nigeria.
6. ADOLESCENT PROSTITUTION in the Book “STATUS OF
ADOLESCENTS AND YOUNG ADULTS IN NIGERIA” Published by CSS Bookshops limited, 50/52 Broad Street, Lagos, Nigeria.
B. CONTEMPORARY OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY FOR
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES EDITION - Friday Okunfue, Kunle Odunsi Published by WHARC and supported by Ford foundation.
1. Chapter 5 – Gestational Trophoblastic Diseases, J. A. Adeleye and Ilesanmi. Pgs 73 – 91.
2. Chapter 26: Operative Vaginal Delivery, A.O. Ilesanmi, Pgs. 477– 502
C. PUBLICATIONS IN LEARNED JOURNALS/ARTICLES (In print)
3. Marinho A.O, Ilesanmi A.O. Ladele O.H, Asuni A, Omigbodun A.O, Oyejide C.O. (1978): Fall in the Rate of Multiple Births in Ibadan Igbo-Ora, Nigeria. Acta Genetmed Gamellol 35:201-204.
4. Marinho A.O., Jegede D.O, Ilesanmi A.O, Odukoya O. A (1987)
Abruptio Placenta in a Nigerian Obstetric Population
Trop. J. Obst.Gynae. 6: 24-26.
5. Marinho A.O, Jegede D.O, Odukoya O.A, Ilesanmi A.O, Placental
Paraevia in an unselected Nigerian Obstetrics Population.
W. Afr. J.Med. 7: 19-22.
6. Marinho A.O,Odukoya A.O, Ilesanmi A.O. (1990): Sex Ratio in
Offspring of a Nigerian Obstetric Population. Trop. J.Obst.Gynae.
8: 17 –18.
7. Omigbodun A.O, Ilesanmi A.O, Obisesan K.A, AdeleyeJ.A. (1992):
Invasive Cervical Carcinoma in two sisters: Case Report,
W.Afri.Med. II: 158-162
8. Ilesanmi A.O, Sobowale O. A, (1992): Ectopic Pregnancy in
Ibadan, Nigeria. Nig. Med. J. 23: 11-14.
9. Ilesanmi A.O, Howkins D.A, Lessey B.A, (2)(1993):
Immunohistochemical Markers of Uterine Receptivity in the Human
Endometrium. Micr. Res. Techn. 25: 208-222.
16. Ilesanmi A.O, Edozien L.C, Williams G.A, Ladipo O.A. (1994):
Synchronous Carcinoma of the Cervix and Ovary: Case Report
Afr.J.Med.Sci. 23: 398-400.
17. Ilesanmi A.O,(1994): Endometrial dating correlated with multiple luteal
Progesterone levels in confirming ovulation and luteal function in infertile
Nigerian women. W. Afr. J.med. 14(3) 152-156.
18. Adejuwon C.A, Ilesanmi A.O, Ode E; Akinlade K.S. (1994):
Biophysical and Biochemical Characteristics of Infertile male Nigerians:
Afr.J. Med.Sci. 25: 217- 219
19. Ilesanmi A.O, Adeleye J.A, Osotimehin B.O. (1995): Comparison of
Single Serum progesterone and endometrial biopsy for confirmation of
ovulation in infertile Nigerian men: Afr.J.Med.Sci. 24: 97-101.
20. Adejuwon C.A, Ilesanmi A.O, Ode E, (1995): Hyperprolactinemia as a
cause of male infertility in Nigerians. W. Afr. J.Med.17: 1-4.
21. Ilesanmi A.O, Adeyemi-Doro F.A.B, Edozien L.C, Akang E.E.U. (1995):
Culture of the Endometrium of Infertile women. J.Obst.Gynae.15:50-52
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22. Ilesanmi A.O, Igbomereho E. (1995): Fertility following Ectopic
Pregnancy in an African population J. Obstet.Gynaecol 16: 283-386.
Ilesanmi A.O,Harris J, Lessey B. A. (1995): A simple and sensitive
Microtiter plate Estrogen bio-assay based on stimulation of alkaline
Afr.J.Med.Sci 25: 381-384.
23. Sowunmi A, Abohweyere J.A.E, Akindele J.A, Ilesanmi A.O,
Ogundahunsi O.A.T, Odutola A.M.J. (1995): Comparison of the
Incision and aspiration methods for the diagnosis of placenta
Malaria infection, J. Obstet. Gynbaecol. 16: 316-320.
24. Ilesanmi A.O, Omonriah E, ankole a, Ojengbede O.A. (1996): The
Semen of Infertile Nigerian men – A statistical analysis of 1662 cases.
Afr.J.Med.Sci. 25: 195-202.
25. Sowunmi A, Oduola A.M.J, Ilesanmi A.O, (1996) : Open comparison
of artemether and mefloquine in uncomplicated P. Falciparum hyper-
parasitaemia in children. Ann Tr Paed 16: 5-9.
27. Lessey B.A, Ilesanmi A.O, Lessey M.A,.Ribean M, Harris J, Chiwalisz,
K. (1996): Luminal and glandular endometrial epithelium express
integrins differentially throughout the menstrual cycle: Implications for
implantation conception and infertility. A M J/Repro Immunology 35:
28 Ilesanmi A.O, (1996): Measurement of Cell Numbers by means of
endogenous enzymes hexosaminidase: Applications to cell
adhesion assays in endometrial and ovarian carcinoma cell line.
Afr. J of Med. and Med. Sci (in press).
29. Sowunmi A, Ilesanmi A.O, Oduola AMT, Omitowoju C.O, Ojengbede O.A,
(1996): Efficacy of mefloquine in uncomplicated chloroquine-resistant
falciparum malaria during pregnancy. J. Obstet Gybnaecol16: 362 – 363.
30. Sowunmi A, Ilesanmi A.O, Akindele L. J. A, Aboheweyere J,
Fawole A.O,Falade G.A, Oduola A.M.J. (1996): Placental Falciparanum
infection and outcome of pregnancy in Nigerian mothers from an endemic
area. J obstet. Gynaecol 16: 211-216.
31. Lessey B. A, Ilesanmi A.O, Yeh-I-tein, Korenionski P, Castlebaum
A.J, Sun J, Fritz M.A, Chiwalise K. (1996): Endometrial progesterone
receptors and markers of uterine receptivity in the
window of implantation fertility and sterility: 65: 477-483.
32. Lessey B.A, Ilesanmi A. O, Castlebaum A.J, Yuanh, Somkuti S.G,
Satswaroop P.G, Chiwalisz K, (1996): Characterization of the Functional
Progesterone Receptor in an Endometrial adonoterization
cell line (Ishikawa) J. Steroid Biochem. Molec. Biol 59: 31-39.
32. Ilesanmi A. O, Sobowale O.A, Marinho O.A, (1996): Outcome of
441 Breech singleton deliveries at the Catholic hospital, Oluyoro,
Ibadan. Afr. J. Med. Sci. 25: 41-46.
34. Ilesanmi A. O, Odukogbe A. and Olaleye D.O, (1997): Vaginal
Delivery after one caesarean section in Nigeria women. J. Obstet Gyaecol 17:
35. Castlebaum A.J, Ying L, Somkuti S.G. Sun J, Ilesanmi A. O, and
Lessey B.A. (1997): Characterization of Integrin expression in a
Well differentiated endometrial adenocarcinoma cell line (Ishikawa).
J. Clin endocrinol Metab 82: 136-142.
36. Ohaeri J.u, Campbell O.B, llesanmi A.O. and Ohaeri b. (1999): The
opinion of care givers of some women with breast and cervical
cancer on aspects of the disease. W.Afr.J.Med. 18: 6-12
37. llesanmi A.O, Fawole O, Olaleye D.O, and Arowojolu A. (1998):
Pregnancy outcome in the elderly primigravidae.. J.Obstet
38. Akang E.E.U, Adesina A.O, llesanmi A.O, Adewole I. F, Pindiga U.H,
(1997): Ovarian Teratomas in ibadan, Nigeria: A Clinicopathologic
Study. Tr.J.Obstet Gynaecol 1:34-38.
39. Arowojolu A.O, Bakare R. A, Oni A.A. and Ilesanmi A.O, (1998):
Laparoscopic and Microbiological features of acute salpingitis in
in developing countries. J. Obstet Gynaecol 18: 164-168.
40. Arowojolu A.O. and Ilesanmi A.O. (1998): Clinical laparoscopic
Diagnosis of acute pelvic inflammatory disease in Nigeria.
J. Obstet Gyaecol 18: 276-277.
Ohaeri J. U, Campbell O.B, Ilesanmi A. O. and Ohaeri B.M. (1998):Clinical
41. Laparoscopic diagnosis of acute pelvic inflammatory disease in Nigeria
Obstet Gynaecol 18: 276-277
Sowunmi A, Oduola A. J, Ogundahunsi O.A.T, Fehintola F, llesanmi A.O,
42. Akiyinka O.O, and Arowojolu A.O. (1998): Randomized trial of
artemether versus arthemether and Mefloquine for the treatment
chloroquine sulfadozine-pyrimethamine-resistant falciparum malaria during
pregnancy. J. Obstet Gynaecol 18: 322-327.
43. Obisesan K. A, llesanmi A.O, Arowojolu A.O, Fawole O. and Roberts O. A.
(1999):Relative risk associated with the second-born twin at birth.
Pract. 21: 13-14.
Ohaeri j.U, Campbell O.B, llesanmi A.O, and Omigbodun A.O. (1999): The
Psychosocial burden of caring for some Nigerian women with breast cancer
and cervical cancer. Soc.Sci.Med. (in print).
llesanmi A.O, Obisesan K. A, Arowojolu A.O, Fawole O. and Robert O.A.
(2000): Relative birth weights in twins. Nig.Med.J.38: 14-16.
Arowojolu A.O, Okunlola M.A, and Ilesanmi A. O, (2003): Three decades of
acquired gynaestaesia in Ibadan: Clinical Presentation and Management. J.
of Obstets and Gynaecol 21 (4): 375-378.
Ilesanmi A. O, Oladokun A. and Arowojolu A.O. (2001): Women Reproductive
health and the developing countries. Archives of Ibadan Medicine 2 (1): 5-7.
48. Ilesanmi A.O. (2003): Health Care Financing in Developing Countries (In Press).
Guest Lecture given to Nigerian Institute of Management Annual General Meeting
49. Challenges posed by Limited Funding in Government Parastatals: Strategies for
survival. Guest lecture given to Ideal Magazine and Nigerian Union of
State Press Centre (In Press).
(K) MAJOR CONFERENCES ATTENDED
1. Lessey B.A. Castlebaum, Ilesanmi A.O. Yeh I. (1991): Immunohisto-chemical diagnosis of Luteal Phase Deficiency: Comparison between Endometrial Progesterone receptor distribution and TAG72. The Endocrine Society, Washington D.C. Abstract 1670.
2. Essey B.A. Castlebaum, Ilesanmi A.O. Yeh I. (1991): Luteal Phase Deficiency: Immunohistochemical evaluation of Endometrial integrin receptor Summit 0-1. American Fertility Society, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. Abstract R 16.
3. 3. Lessey B.A. Ilesanmi A.O. (1992): Characterization of Functional Progesterone Receptor in a Human Endometrial cancer cell line. Abstract 214 39th Meeting of Society of Gynaecological Investigation, San Antonio (March 16th-18th).
4. SOGON Conference, Lagos November 1999
5. SOGON Conference, Abuja November 2000
6. SOGON Conference, Enugu November 2001
7. SOGON Conference, Abuja November 2002
8. West African College of Surgeons, Gambia November 2004
9. World Congress on Digestive Diseases, Chicago, USA May 2005.
(L) Some Highlights during my Stewardship as the Chief Medical Director (CMD) UCH.
We are grateful to the Federal Government of Nigeria for the opportunity and Provisions of resources in terms of personnel emoluments, some provisions for overheads and being the strong pillar of support for UCH modest aachievements. The FG/VAMED intervention actually jumpstarted the following accounts and modest developments. The UCH through her Revolving Funds and IGR had consistently complimented FG efforts in the provisions of quality services, training and research. The UCH though not unexpected, had consistently been rated as the first and the best by our principals (FMOH) and the National Council of Health.
1. Management/Labour Relationship
This has been cordial. No record of local strike throughout the 8-year
tenureship. National strikes have been well managed and controlled with the staff understanding of “Save life first, then negotiate issues”.
2. Staff Motivation
Achieved through promotion as at when due, capacity building and the establishment of staff welfare scheme. Also, various labour unions are encouraged to partner with banks in the provision of soft loans for housing projects for their members.
3. Team Work
(i) The highest management committee – Finance and Management
(F&M) was enlarged to accommodate other stakeholders including open discussion on issues and taking collective decisions.
(ii) Some degree of decentralization introduced with the appointment of Deputy Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee(DCMAC) for various divisions to assist the CMAC (Chairman Medical Advisory Committee). Also, service Department Officers (SDOs) were employed to bridge the gap between Management and the departmental areas of Service, Training and Research.
4. Establishment of UCH Ventures
This is to harness resources and reposition UCH by increasing Financial returns of Private Suites, UCH Guest Hotels and other untapped resources. The Service Revolving Funds and other areas of IGR (Internally Generated Revenues) are therefore increased.
5. Revenue Collection by Digital Technology
The hospital moved from cash collection by cashiers prone to abuse, to collection by designated banks and recently to Digital collection by VISA cards. These efforts have improved revenue turnover.
6. Improvement in Socio-Economic Environment
More banks have established their presence. This has led to staff and patients having ready access to such facilities without having to leave the hospital premises therefore conserving and maximizing time. Also, designated “commercial areas” for other economic activities have been established in an acceptable and organized location.
7. Unique Medical Facilities
(i) Establishment of Private Medical Suites
(ii) Establishment of Private Dental Suites
(iii) Establishment of the first Nuclear Medicine Department in Nigeria
(iv) Establishment of the first Telemedicine Services in Nigeria
(v) Establishment of the first Medical Museum in Nigeria
(vi) Procurement of the first 64-slize CT Scan in any Tertiary Federal Health Institution.
(vii) IAEA donation of the first Gamma Camera in the country
(viii) IAEA donation of the first High Dose Branchytherapy facility in Nigeria
(ix) Establishment of the first School of Occupational nursing in Nigeria.
(x) Provision of Cath-Lab, ICU and Operation Room for open Heart Surgery (on going).
(xi) Establishment of Retina Surgery Unit leading to intention to open Eye Bank in collaboration with a U.S.A. based NGO.
(xii) Establishment of the sub-specialty of vitro-retinal surgery, more complex orbito-ocular surgery and laser surgery.
(xiii) Commencement of TB reference laboratory for South West Nigeria
(xiv) Establishment of the first Multi-drug Resistant TB facility (MDR).
(xv) Construction of Avian Flu Laboratory (in conjunction with FMOH).
8. Medical Feats
(i) Commencement of Renal Transplants
(ii) Commencement of Corneal Transplants
(iii) Commencement of Open heart Surgery (yet to be fully sustained)
(iv) Commencement of endoscopic and gynae-endoscopic surgeries (“pin-hole” surgeries).
9. Decentralization of Services
(i) Laboratories are now available in the Casualty Department, wards and clinics.
(ii) CT Scan (Single slice) is almost commissioned in the Casualty Department.
(iii) Theatres have increased from 5 commissioned in 2005 to 18 in 2010. (i-iii) is aimed at decreasing patients’ waiting time.
Pharmacy services are fully decentralized. From one pharmacy spot, in 2003, satellite pharmacies are now located in the casualty, all clinics, Labour ward, theatre areas, alternate floors and wards.
10. Outsourcing of Support Services
The Laundry, cleaning, security services pottering services, engineering services and waste disposals have been outsourced to enhance effectiveness and efficiency and ensure cost-effectiveness of such services.
11. Infrastructure Developments
(i) Roads: There has been massive rehabilitation of roads, some staff quarters and improved lighting of premises to enhance security
(ii) Alternative Energy:
(a) Provision of solar energy and inverters in the East and West wings of the hospital.
(b) Also, provision of 200KVA generator in the Casualty and 650KVA in the clinic areas.
(c) The entire General Outpatient Departments also have inverters as alternative energy source, therefore enabling the facilities to open even at night.
Wards: Rehabilitation of wards including the purchase of 800 ultramodern beds to replace the 50 year old beds.
(a) Rehabilitation of UCH Dam, Water Treatment plant
(b) Repair and rehabilitation of Central Braithwaite tanks for water storage.
(c) Construction of Braithwaite tanks in strategic areas of the hospital
(d) Construction of Boreholes in some areas of the hospital
(e) Replacement of underground water pipes in the staff quarters after 50 years
The hospital, in recent years, has developed linkages with International Organization, NGOs and Government Representatives.
(i) National Telepathology/Ocology network is being developed with the International Network for Cancer tracing and research in Switzerland.
(ii) IAEA: The provision of Gamma Camera in Nigeria to commence Nuclear Medicine Services. Also training of medical personnel in South Africa, to consultant level is funded by IAEA. Efforts are on-going for the provision of Linear Accelerator. The Agency also donated high dose Branchytherapy machine for the treatment of cancers.
(iii) IOC (International Ophthalmic Council) Through Carl-Zeiss, the IOC donated equipments towards raising
the ophthalmology standards and overseas training of consultants with part funding by UCH in sub-specialty areas of paediatric ophthalmology, glaucoma, orbito-plastic and virtro-renal.
(iv) African Union: Provision of Pan-African telemedicine network linking UCH to 53 African countries.
(v) Aravind Eye Centre, India collaborating with Department of Ophthalmology and 12 hospitals in India.
(vi) Madras Medical Centre, India: Training of surgeons, nurses, Perfusionists, etc in cardiothoracic programme.
(i) Chief Afe Babalola: Construction of Nuclear Medicine Department at the cost of N800 Million Naira. The department has since been designated as the Regional Centre for West Africa.
(ii) Chief Kola Daisi:
The provision of an ultramodern, purpose built community health centre at the second acquisition land of UCH.
The establishment of Itunu foundation for poor patients and unknown accident victims.
(iii) Chief Bode Akindele: Annual Christmas gifts to patients.
(iv) Late Chief N. O. Idowu: Annual Christmas gift to patients.
(v) Chief Bode Amoo: Annual Christmas gifts to patients
(vi) Dr. Hassan (Mirth Agric): Annual Christmas gifts to patients
(vii) Chief Subomi Balogun – maintenance of children emergency.
(viii) A grant of S200,000 by ICO/Carl-Zeiss for the hospital in recognition as a Regional Centre for high volume ophthalmic surgery.
(ix) Ambulance donation by:
(a) SAVAN (Save Accident Victims Association of Nigeria)
(b) First Bank
(c) Elizade Motors
The 2nd Acquisition Land
This expanse of land was acquired for UCH by the Federal Government in 1973. Thus after almost 35 years, the hospital started developing this expanse of land in 2008. We now have ready for commissioning on this expanse the following facilities and infrastructures:
Construction and completion of four major Roads in the complex.
Other ancillary and completed projects include:
Actually started in 2002
Provision of state of the art equipments in Radiology, Laboratories, Pathology and virtually all departments.
An estimated 1.2 billion Naira spent after an initial 400 million Naira totaling 1.6 billion Naira.
The value lies in exposing our patients to modern care and the staff to up to date knowledge.
Public Private Partnerships (PPP) Initiative
In line with FG concept of PPP initiative as a course of fund for the following initiatives have occurred to date:
Communication: Globacom closed users group (CUG) telephoning bleep system including “Red alert” for mass casualty and emergency.
Patients’ Lifts with Lift companies for provision of 6 lifts.
IVF Centre: UCH provides the building and personnel whilst a private
(NORDICA) provides the equipments and personnel/training.
Podiatric (Foot care) services
Highly specialized laboratory services
Provision of Multi-floor Garage
Production of Customized Intravenous infusions (IV fluids) (with JUHEL Nigeria Limited).
Cath Lab. Cardiothoracic Theatre and ICU in partnership with JNCI Nigeria Limited.
UCH Rebranding including Patients’ Right and Responsibilities Signages in strategic areas of the hospital.
Provision of 12 Nos Generators with 3 companies *E & O (Nigeria) Limited, Parkhill Global & Comm. Int. (Nigeria) Limited to provide 12 Nos Generators dedicated to theatres, laboratories and other areas.
(M) RESEARCH INTERESTS:
1. Infertility and Reproductive Endocrinology
2. Gynaecological Oncology
3. Personnel, Private and Public Administration
1. Table Tennis
2. Reading Autobiographies
3. Reading Financial and Business Journals
1. Professor O. O. Akinkugbe - CFR, MD, PhD, NNOM
Ibadan Hypertension Clinic
E-mail: akihihc @yahoo.com
2. Professor J. A. Adeleye – OON, FRCOG, FMCOG, FWACS
Chief Medical Director & former Head,
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, UI/UCH
Erinfolami Consultant Clinic
3. Professor Eyitayo Lambo - PhD
Former Federal Minister of Health
Federal Republic of Nigeria
E-mail Address: eyitayo lambo @ yahoo. Com
Elambo 2008 @ yahoo.com