Research Ethics and Training Activities of Jegede Samuel Ayodele, PhD Medical Sociologist
Senior Lecturer,Department of Sociology,
Faculty of the Social Sciences,
and Faculty Member,
Center for West African Bioethics Training Program,
College of Medicine, University of Ibadan.
Department of Sociology, Faculty of the Social Sciences, and
Center for West African Bioethics Training Program, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan.
Phone: 2348055282418Mobile: 2348055282418Fax: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BSc (Hon), MSc (IFE), PHD (Ibadan), MHSc, (Toronto)
Culture and Health, Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS, Genomics and Biotechnology Policy, Medical Ethics, Research Ethics, Priority Setting in Health Resource Allocation, and Public Health Ethics
Jegede AS, Amzat, J, Salami, K.K, Adejumo, P.O and Oyetunde, M.O (2006)
What Women Do to Prevent and Treat Malaria in Ibadan.
Africa Journal of Psychological Studies and Social Issues, Vol. 9 (1): 14 – 25.
Jegede AS, Ajala AS, Adejumo PO & Osunwole AS (2006)
Forced Feeding Practice in Yoruba Community of Southwestern Nigeria:
Evidence from Ethnographic Research. Anthropologist Vol. 8 (3): 171 – 179.
Jegede AS, Amzat, J, Salami, K.K, Adejumo, P.O and Oyetunde, M.O (2005)
Perceived Causes of Malaria among Market Women in Ibadan, Nigeria,
Africa Journal of Psychological Studies and Social Issues, Vol. 8, 2: 335 -347.
Jegede, AS. (2005) The Notion of ‘Were’ in Yoruba Conception of
Mental Illness. Nordic Journal of African Studies, Vol. 14(1): 117–126.
Jegede, A.S, Idemudia, SE, Madu, NS, (2004) Factors Affecting Access
to Health Information among Nigerian Nursing Mothers.
Research for Development, Vol. 20 no. 2:
Fayemiwo, SA, Bakare, RA, Jegede, AS, Aremu AA, Olaleye,
DO (2004) “Sexual Practices and HIV/AIDS Status of Commercial
Sex Workers in Ibadan, Nigeria”,
Nigerian Journal of Genito-urinary Medicine, Vol. 3 & 4, Nos 1 & 2, pp. 49 – 55.
Jegede AS, Salami K, Temilola OM and Adejumo PO (2004)
Communal Conflict and HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, Africa Journal of
Psychological Studies and Social Issues, Vol.7(2): 140 – 154.
Jegede, AS (2003) Culture of Silence and Adolescents’
Knowledge of Reproductive Biology and Health Rights in Nigeria,
South-south Journal of Culture and Development,vol.5 No.2, (December): 11 – 30.
Jegede, AS, Bankole A, Adejumo PO (2003)
“Globalization and HIV/AIDS: Implications for development in Africa”.
Journal of National Development, (Summer) Vol. 16, no.1 29-48.
Jegede, AS and Odumosu, O. (2003)
“Gender and health analysis for Sexuality Decision-making in Nigeria”,
African Journal of Reproductive Health, April: 465-470.
Madu, SN., Idemudia, SE., and Jegede, AS.( 2003)
Some perceived parental undesirable behaviours predicting child sexual,
physical, and emotional abuse: A study among a sample of
University students in South Africa. Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. 7(2), 111-119.
Jegede, AS, Oke, EA, Oluwatosin, B, Ajala, AS, Adejumo,
P.O (2002) “Food Taboos and Management of Diarrhea Disease
among Children in Ibadan, Nigeria”. Unilag Sociological Review, Vol. 3 47-63.
Jegede, AS (2002) “Yoruba Cultural Construction of Health and Illness”.
Nordic Journal of African Studies, Vol.11 (3): 322-335.
Olawoye JE, Adeyemo AA, Udegbe IB,Aderinto AA, Omololu O,
Adeyefa I, Adesina JO, Olarinde ES, Garba PK, Gyong JE, Ezumah N,
Jegede AS, Aderibigbe TO, Bamgboye EA, Adeniyi JD, Erinoso L,
Osotimehin B (2001)”Gender Socialization and Male Responsibility in the Family:
A comparative Analysis of Three Socio-Cultural Groups in Nigeria”.
Annals of the Social Science Academy, No. 13 January – December: 92-108.
Madu, SN., Idemudia, SE., and Jegede, AS.(2001) Perceived
Parental Disorders as Risk Factors for Child Sexual, Physical and Emotional
Abuse among High School Students in the Mpumalanga Province, South Africa,
Issues in Health Psychology Vol. 8: 265 – 271.
Jegede, AS, Idemudia, SE, Madu, SN (2001)”Public Health in Nigeria:
From cure to care”, Ife Psychologia, Vol.9 (1): 35 – 46.
Idemudia, SE, Madu, NS, Jegede, AS, Blessing, I (2001)
“Somatisation Symptoms in a sample of Nigerian Prisoners”,
Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 5(1&2): 101 – 107.
Osagbemi, MO and Jegede, AS (2001)
“Spouse sharing practice and reproductive
health promotion among the Okun people of Nigeria”,
African Population Studies, Vol. 16 no.2: 91-116.
Idemudia, SE, Jegede, AS, Madu, NS, Arowolo, F (2000)
“Type A Behaviour and Burnout among Bank Managers in Nigeria”,
Journal of Psychology in Africa, Vol. 10 (2): 189 – 196.
Jegede AS (1999) “Aisan as a Social Concept: A Non-Western
View of Illness”.Journal of the
Nigerian Anthropological and Sociological Association Vol. 3 No. 2, 1 – 18.
Jegede AS and Taiwo O (1997) “Gender Differential and
Specialisation in medical profession”,
Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Counseling Psychology, Vol. 1(3):143-154.
Jegede AS (1996) “Culture bound terminology in
the interpretation of health and illness in the
Yoruba community of Nigeria”.
The Journal of Contemporary Health, Vol. 4(summer): 74-75.