ADDRESS                             Department of Epidemiology & Community Health,  University of Ilorin, P.M.B. 1515, Ilorin.  Nigeria
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MARITAL STATUS               Married  (With 3 Children)
PRESENT STATUS               SENIOR  LECTURER    (Public Health Education)

1973 –1977                        Trinity  College, Hartford, Connecticut, USA. 
1977 - 1979                        University of North Carolina at Chapel-Hill, NC, USA.
1983 -1984                         University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.
2000 – 2006                       University of Ilorin, Ilorin. Nigeria. 


1963 -1967                        Christ’s School, Ado-Ekiti. Ekiti State. Nigeria.
1968 -1969                        Victory College, Ikare. Akoko. Ondo State. Nigeria
1970 -1972                        Federal School of Science, Victoria Island, Lagos.

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS   (With Dates & Granting Body)

W.A.S.C. (1967)                West African Examinations Council. 
G.C.E. A ’Level; (1972)     University of London.
B. S.  (1977)                      Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., USA.
M.P.H. (1979)                    School of Public Health,
                                          University of North Carolina, Chapel-Hill, N.C.,USA.
Ph. D. (2006)                 University of Ilorin, Ilorin. Kwara State. Nigeria.

His recent publications are:

  1. KAYODE, OO  &  ABATAN, MT; (2001)“Poisoning  and Emergency Care In the Hospital And Community”  Chapter. 8 In: A Text Book of First Aid And Safety Education.  Edited by Obiyemi, OO & Oyerinde, OO (2001). Pp.79-95 Haytee Press and Publishing Co. Nigeria Ltd., Ilorin.
  2. PARAKOYI, BD; MOMAH, PN; KAYODE, OO & AKWARANDU, C; (1999) Female Functional Literacy For Health Project In Nigeria: The Years After WHO Publication, 444 Herbert Macaulay Way, Lagos. (In Press)  
  3. VERZOSA, CC; JOHNSON, CM & KAYODE, OO,  (1991)“Focus Group for Health Communication: A Case Study  Nigeria” Chapter. 6  In: Rapid Appraisal Data Collection Methods:  International Case Studies.” Edited by Kumar, K  & Caseley, D. USAID, Washington, DC., USA.
  4. OGUNBA, EO; KALE, OO; OKONKWO, PO; EDUNGBOLA, LD,POND, B  &  KAYODE, OO; (1990) TRAINING MANUAL. National Onchocerciasis (River Blindness) Control Programme (NOCP). Federal Ministry of Health & Social Services,, Diseases Control Division, Lagos. Edited by: Edungbola, LD.
  5. ONI, GA; BROWN, KH; BENTLY, ME; DICKIN, LK; KAYODE, Bodeand  ALADE, I. (1989).“Force-feeding: A Traditonal Feeding Practice on Infants and Young ChildrenIn Kwara State, Nigeria.” In: Towards More Efficacy In Child Survival Strategies. Edited by: Sirageldin, I; Mosley, WH & Levine.The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
  6. VERZOSA, CC; KAYODE, OO; ALLEN, C & SMITH, WA, (1989) “The Use of Qualitative Research In Developing A Nutritious Weaning Food and Promoting Its Use Among Low Income Communities In Nigeria” In: THE HEALTHCOM PROJECT. Published  by AED, Washington, DC, USA
  7. WAHAB, KW; KAYODE,OO; MUSA, IO; (2010)      “Awareness of Stroke By Nigerians At High Risk”      In the Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, Held from 10-17 April, 2010 in Toronto, Canada.   R. Gross (ed.), Neurology; 74 (Supplement 2): A343 [PO.10].Published by the American Academy of Neurology.
  8. KAYODE, OO & ADESIYUN, GO (2004)   “Steps, Methods And Practices In Health Education”;    In the Training Module on integrated approach in the Health Education Component of COBES Programme; The College of Medicine / WHO Centre for Manpower Development and Research, University of Ilorin.An invited paper presented at the College Workshop held at BAKANDIMS HOLIDAY RESORT, Ilorin; from 12 –14 May, 2004.
  9. KAYODE, OO  (2003)   “Enhancing Community Participation In COBES”In the Proceedings of the Training Workshop held for Site Supervisors Of the COBES Programme; held at ARMTI Conference Hall, Ilorin;From 9th. – 12th. September, 2003.
  10. KAYODE, OO  (2003)  “Community Penetration for Participation in Health Programmes”.   An invited paper presented at the training workshop for the development  of Pre-posting Training Modules for COBES Site Supervisors. Organized  by COBES Programme, College of Medicine / WHO Centre for Manpower Development & Research, University of Ilorin; held at ARMTI Conference  Hall, Ilorin; from 19th. -  22nd. August, 2003.
  11. KAYODE,  OO;  (1992) “Community Participation In Health Services Research and Control of Onchocerciasis: A Field Experience”. In the Proceedings  of the First National Conference On Onchocerciasis (River Blindness) In Nigeria. Held at Durbar Hotel, Kaduna, Nigeria. November, 1992.
  12. ADENIYI,  JD  &  KAYODE, OO, (1985)  “The Role of Health Education In the Control of (Dracunculiasis) Guinea-worm. “ In: The Proceedings of 1st. National Conference on Dracunculiasis (Guinea-Worm) In Nigeria; Held at Kwara Hotel, Ilorin. 25th. – 27th. March, 1985.
  13. OLOKOBA, AB; ADERIBIGBE, SA & KAYODE, OO (2010) "A Community Survey of Practices Related to Risk Factors for Liver Diseases Among Adults in Ilorin Metropolis. American Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research. 1(2): 118-121.     
  14. OLOKOBA, AB; ADERIBIGBE, SA & KAYODE, OO (2010) A Community Survey of Awareness and Risk Perception for Liver Diseases Among Adults In Ilorin Metropolis. European Journal of Social Sciences.Vol. 14, No.1: 109-115
  15. OLAITAN, O. ‘Lanre, OYERINDE, OO; OBIYEMI, O & KAYODE, OO (2010) "Prevalence of Job Stress Among Primary School Teachers In South-West Nigeria. African Journal of Microbiology Research. Vol.4(5) pp.339-      ISSN 1996-0808 © 4 March, 2010. Academic Journals.
  16. SAMUEL, SO; KAYODE, OO & MUSA, OI (2009)  Awareness and Practices of Safety Measures In the Handling of Medical  Waste At University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital. African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Biology. www. ajolinfo/ journalsa/ ajecem. <ajcem2002>
  17. KAYODE, OO  (2008) The Influence of Health Education in the control of Onchocerciasis in   Moro LGA of Kwara State. Doctoral Thesis submitted to the Department  of Epidemiology & Community Health, Faculty of Clinical Studies, College   of Health Sciences, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award   of Ph. D. (Public Health Education) degree of the University of Ilorin, Ilorin.
  18. OSHO, OI & KAYODE, OO (2006) Perception and Attitude Towards Unprotected Sex Among   Students of Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin, Nigeria.   (Ed.) Obiyemi, OO. Ilorin Journal of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (IJOPHER) Vol.5, 2006. Pp. 16-20. 
  19. ARAOYE, MO, KAYODE, B & OSHATIMEHIN, JA  (2005) “Evaluation of Youth Peer Education Strategy for Sexuality Education In a Church Setting in Kwara State”.   Nigerian Medical Practitioner. Vol.46:6. 2005 pp.122-126
  20. ARAOYE,  MO;  KAYODE, OO  &  AKANDE,  TM, (1999) “Strategies For Preventing STD/AIDS Among Commercial Drivers”.   Nigerian Medical Practitioner. Vol.38, No.1-3; pp.5-10
  21. EDUNGBOLA, LD; PARAKOYI, BD; KAYODE, OO & BELLO, AB (1994)  “A Study to Ascertain the Acceptance of Abate® (Temephos) for the Treatment of Community Drinking Ponds in the Nigerian Guinea Worm  Eradication Programme”. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences, Vol.1 (1994). Pp.49-54
  22. BENTLEY,  ME;  DICKIN, KL;  MEBRAHTU, S;  KAYODE, BODE;ONI, GA; et al., (1991)  “Development of A Nutritionally Adequate And Culturally Appropriate Weaning Food In Kwara State, Nigeria : An Interdisciplinary Approach”.  Social  Science  Medicine. Vol.33, No. 10. Pp.1103-1111
  23. EDUNGBOLA,  LD;  WATTS,  SJ  &  KAYODE, OO,  (1987) “Endemicity And Striking Manifestations of Onchocerciasis In Shao, Kwara State, Nigeria.” African Journal of Medicine & Medical Sciences Vol. 16; pp.147-156.
  24. L.D. Edungbola1 , Parakoyi D.B.3,, R.J.E. Ndom3, O.O. Kayode3, A.J.Njoku4,(1997) "Factors Influencing Community Compliance to Mectizan Chemotheraphy for he control of human Onchocerciasis in Nigeria: A preliminary study." vol 4 The tropical journal of health science.