Tunde-Ayinmode Mosunmola florence: A Lecturer in the Department of Behavioural Sciences, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, University of Ilorin since 2001. Attended University of Ilorin from 1985 to 1990 graduated with MBBS degree in June 1990. Postgraduate medical training was completed in Psychiatry and graduated a fellow of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria (FMCPsych) in June 1999. Had a two year clinical attachmentand training at The Grampians Psychiatric Services, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia from 1999-2001.
Main area of research interest is Child/Adolescent and Women mental health. Some of her publications are listed below.

 
Publications
     
  1. Adelekan M L, Jolayemi SO, Ndom RJE, Tunde-Ayinmode M, Babatunde ST, Adegboye J D,Yusuf AD and Makanjuola AB, (1995). AIDS: Knowledge and Attitudes of Doctors, Nurses and Other Health Workers in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. AIDS CARE (Suppl. 1): S63-S72.
  2. Mosunmola Tunde-Ayinmode , Mani Rajagopalan and John Little, (2002), Attitudes of Psychiatric patients to Medical Students interviews. Australasian Psychiatry, 10 (3): 275-278.
  3. Mosunmola Tunde-Ayinmode, Ashok Singh and Karen Marsden, (2002). Improved functioning in a woman with schizophrenia on exclusive therapy with oestrogen pills.  Australasian Psychiatry, 10 (4): 403-404.
  4. Mosunmola Tunde-Ayinmode and John Little, (2004). Use of Seclusion in a Psychiatric Acute Inpatient Unit. Australasian Psychiatry, 12 (4): 347-351.
  5. Tunde-Ayinmode MF and Adelekan ML, (2005). Psychosocial impact of Sickle Cell Disease in children seen at University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin, Nigeria. East African  Medical Journal, 82 (2): 73-78.
  6. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2007). Current Status of Hospital Child Psychiatric Services in Nigeria: A Review. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences, 14 (2): 05-08.     
  7. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2007). Psychosocial impact of sickle cell disease on mothers of affected children seen at University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin, Nigeria. East African  Medical Journal, 84 (9): 410-419.
  8. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2008). Fertility regulation opportunity for prevention in the practice of Psychiatry in Nigeria.  The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences, 15 (1): 23-27.
  9. Ayinmode BA and Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2008). Family violence among mothers attending University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin, Nigeria. South African Journal of Psychiatry.
  10. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2010). Audit of child and adolescent psychiatry in a teaching hospital in Nigeria: prevalence, pattern and implication for improved services. South  African Journal of Psychiatry.16 (1)
  11. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2010). Psychosocial care and adjustment of children and families  with sickle cell disease: The Nigerian perspective. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences
  12. Abdulkarim A and Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2010). Incestuous Sadism. Letter to the Editor. West African Journal of Medicine 29, (6) 432-433.
  13. Ademola-Popoola DS, Tunde-Ayinmode MF, Akande TM, (2010). Psychosocial characteristics of totally blind people in a Nigerian city. Middle East African Journal of  Ophthalmology; 17(4): 335-342. DOI: 10.4103/0974-9233.71603
  14. Abiodun OA, Tunde-Ayinmode MF, Adegunloye OA,   Ayinmode BA, Sulyman D, Unaogu NN, et al, (2010). Psychiatric Morbidity in Paediatric Primary Care Clinic in Ilorin, Nigeria. Journal of Tropical Peadiatrics Advance Access published August 17, 2010: 1-6.  DOI:10.1093/tropej/fmq072
  15. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, Akande TM, Ademola-Popoola DS, (2011). Psychological and social adjustment to blindness: Understanding from two groups of blind people in Ilorin, Nigeria. Annals of African Medicine 10 (2): 155-164.
  16. Tunde-Ayinmode MF  and Adegunloye OA, (2011). Parenting style and conduct problems  in children: A report of deliberate self-poisoning in a Nigerian child. South African Journal  of Psychiatry.
  17. Abiodun OA, Tunde-Ayinmode MF, Ayinmode BA, Adegunloye OA, (2011). Detecting  child psychiatric disorders during routine clinic work: A pre-interventional study of primary care physicians in Ilorin, Nigeria. South African Journal of Psychiatry.
  18. Adelekan ML, Jolayemi SO, Ndom RJE, Tunde-Ayinmode M, Babatunde ST, Adegboye JD, Yusuf AD and Makanjuola AB, (1995). AIDS: Knowledge and Attitudes of Doctors, Nurses and Other Health Workers in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. AIDS CARE (Suppl. 1): S63-S72. 
  19. Mosunmola Tunde-Ayinmode , Mani Rajagopalan and John Little, (2002), Attitudes of Psychiatric patients to Medical Students interviews. Australasian Psychiatry, 10 (3): 275-278. 
  20. Mosunmola Tunde-Ayinmode, Ashok Singh and Karen Marsden, (2002). Improved functioning in a woman with schizophrenia on exclusive therapy with oestrogen pills. Australasian Psychiatry, 10 (4): 403-404. 
  21. Mosunmola Tunde-Ayinmode and John Little, (2004). Use of Seclusion in a Psychiatric Acute Inpatient Unit. Australasian Psychiatry, 12 (4): 347-351.     
  22. Tunde-Ayinmode MF and Adelekan ML, (2005). Psychosocial impact of Sickle Cell Disease in children seen at University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin, Nigeria. East African  Medical Journal, 82 (2): 73-78.
  23. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2007). Current Status of Hospital Child Psychiatric Services in Nigeria: A Review. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences, 14 (2): 05-08.
  24. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2007). Psychosocial impact of sickle cell disease on mothers of affected children seen at University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin, Nigeria. East African Medical Journal, 84 (9): 410-419. 
  25. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2008). Fertility regulation opportunity for prevention in the practice of Psychiatry in Nigeria.  The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences, 15 (1): 23- 27. (9) Ayinmode BA and Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2008). Family violence among mothers attending University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin, Nigeria. South African Journal of Psychiatry.14 (3):76-83.
  26. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2010). Audit of child and adolescent psychiatry in a teaching hospital in Nigeria: prevalence, pattern and implication for improved services. South African Journal of Psychiatry.16 (1):20-26.
  27. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2010). Psychosocial care and adjustment of children and families with sickle cell disease: The Nigerian perspective. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences 17(2):1-9.
  28. Abdulkarim A and Tunde-Ayinmode MF, (2010). Incestuous Sadism. Letter to the Editor. West African Journal of Medicine 29, (6) 432-433.
  29. Ademola-Popoola DS, Tunde-Ayinmode MF, Akande TM, (2010). Psychosocial characteristics of totally blind people in a Nigerian city. Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology; 17(4): 335-342. DOI: 10.4103/0974-9233.71603
  30. Abiodun OA, Tunde-Ayinmode MF, Adegunloye OA,   Ayinmode BA, Sulyman D, Unaogu NN, et al, (2010). Psychiatric Morbidity in Paediatric Primary Care Clinic in Ilorin, Nigeria. Journal of Tropical Peadiatrics Advance Access published August 17, 2010: 1-6. DOI:10.1093/tropej/fmq072
  31. Tunde-Ayinmode MF, Akande TM, Ademola-Popoola DS, (2011). Psychological and social adjustment to blindness: Understanding from two groups of blind people in Ilorin, Nigeria. Annals of African Medicine, 10 (2): 155-164.
  32. Tunde-Ayinmode MF  and Adegunloye OA, (2011). Parenting style and conduct problems in children: A report of deliberate self-poisoning in a Nigerian child. South African Journal of Psychiatry 17(2):60-63.
  33. Abiodun OA, Tunde-Ayinmode MF, Ayinmode BA, Adegunloye OA, (2011). Detecting child psychiatric disorders during routine clinic work: A pre-interventional study of primary care physicians in Ilorin, Nigeria. South African Journal of Psychiatry 17(3) 89-93.
  34. Abiodun OA, Tunde-Ayinmode MF, Adegunloye OA,   Ayinmode BA, Sulyman D, Unaogu NN, et al. Psychiatric morbidity in mothers of children attending primary care facility in Ilorin, Nigeria: drawing attention to those affected concurrently with their children. General Hospital Psychiatry, 2011, IN PRESS.
  35. Tunde-Ayinmode MF. Children with sickle cell disease who are experiencing psychosocial problems concurrently with their mothers: a Nigerian study.  African Journal of Psychiatry 2009, IN PRESS.