Dr. Kolawole Sodeinde

About Me:

Kolawole Sodeinde is a certified and experienced Lecturer and Consultant Public Health Physician with a demonstrated history of working in the medical practice industry. Skilled in Statistical Data Analysis and Data Management, Kolawole is a strong healthcare services professional with a Doctor of Medicine - MD in view focused in Public Health from National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria. He has a good track record of planning, implementation and evaluation of health programmes with a strong organizational and leadership skills and a notable competence in issues and crisis management. He is well-known for his excellent interpersonal and communication skills. He is a recognized member of various professional bodies and has been involved with several NGOs. He has had trainings in health management and infectious diseases such as HIV and tuberculosis organizer by various organizations within and outside Nigeria. He served as a trainer/consultant in the UNITAID/Malaria Consortium Private Sector RDT Project in 2015 and has been serving as a trainer/consultant in charge of monitoring and evaluation for the Rotary Family Health Day from 2015 till date. He was a research assistant and head of qualitative data team for the formative research on sanitation value chain in Ipaja LCDA, Lagos State, Nigeria-a project powered by Save the Children International in 2018. Dr. Sodeinde is a notable researcher particularly in Health Management, Epidemiology and Family and Reproductive Health with peculiar focus on Male Involvement in Reproductive Health which is key to improving family health indices particularly in Patriarchal climes. He has scholarly publications in various local and international reputable journals and has served as a reviewer in different journals. He holds a certificate in Implementation Research from WHO/TDR and another certificate in Global Health Management from the University of Washington. He is currently a lecturer and consultant Public Health Physician in Babcock University and Babcock University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria.




Medicine and Surgery 

LAUTECH, Oyo State 



Community Health 

West African College of Physician 



Public Health 

National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria 



Public Health 

University of Lagos 



Health Management 

University of Lagos 



Public Health 

National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria 


1. Member, Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Ogun State 

2. Member, Association of Public Health Physician of Nigeria (APHPN) 

3. Member, Association of Medical Consultants of Nigeria (BUTH Chapter) 

4. Member, Institute of Strategic Management, Nigeria (2012) 

5. Chief Resident, Department of Community Medicine and Primary Care, OOUTH, Sagamu (2016) 

6. Recognition of excellent service during Lassa Fever Outbreak in Ogun State (2016) 

7. Internal Auditor, Association of resident doctors OOUTH (2014/2015) 

8. Assistant General Secretary, Doctors’ Welfare Scheme, OOUTH (2017/2018) 

9. Award of Academic Excellence by the Association of Resident Doctors, OOUTH, Sagamu (2018). 

10. Fellow, Institute of Professional Managers and Administrators of Nigeria (2019) 

11. Residency coordinator, department of Community Medicine, Babcock University 

Teaching Hospital, Ilishan Ogun State. (April 2019-September 2021) 

12. Coordinator, Babcock University Final Year Medical Students Rural Posting 

13. Secretary, Organizing committee, State Conference of Ogun State chapter of Association of Public Health Physician of Nigeria, 2019. 

14. Member, Babcock University COVID-19 Management Committee: March 2020 till date 

15. Member, Centre for Research Innovation and Development (CRID), Babcock University/BUTH 

16. Coordinator, Research Unit, Department of Community Medicine, Babcock University/BUTH: September 2021-date 





Most Recent Publications 

11. Atinge S, Vakkai I, Sodeinde K, Buldin I.G, Isikekpei B, Duke F. Community Perception and Health Behaviours Towards Covid-19 in an Urban Area in North-Eastern Nigeria. East Afr Med J. 2021; 98(8): 4020-4030 

12. Olumide Abiodun, Omodele Jagun, Kolawole Sodeinde, Fikayo Bamidele, Motunrayo Adekunle, Agatha David. Socioeconomic, clinical and behavioral characteristics of adolescents living with HIV in Southwest Nigeria: Implication for preparedness for transition to adult care. AIDS Care 2021. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2021.1906402 

13. Kolawole Sodeinde, Fikayo Bamidele, Kehinde Ogunyemi, Sonnei Atinge, Oluwaseyitan Adesegun, Nkechi Nwakwo, Olumide Abiodun. Treatment outcomes among adult drug sensitive pulmonary tuberculosis patients in a private tertiary hospital in Ogun State, Nigeria: a retrospective study. Afr J Med Med 2021. Sci; 50(2):245-52. 

14. Olumide Abiodun, Kolawole Sodeinde, Gloria Imhonopi, Adebola Omotosho, Chikwendu Amaike. Social isolation is associated with major depressive disorders among women assessing HIV/AIDS care in Nigeria. AIDS Care 2021. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2021.1944595 

15. Abolurin OO, Oyelami OA, Oseni SB, Akinlosotu MA, Sodeinde KJ, Adekoya AO. Relationship between breastfeeding practices and nutritional status of children aged 6-24 months in Southwest, Nigeria. Annals of Health Research 2021; 7(2):139-149. https://doi.org/10.30442/ahr.0702-09-128 

16. Kolawole Sodeinde, Oluwatosin Olu-Abiodun, Fikayo Bamidele, Olumide Abiodun. A cross-sectional study of female HIV patient perspective of dyadic adjustment in HIV sero-concordant and sero-discordant couples. Research Journal of Health Sciences 2021; 9(2):133-141. https://doi.org/10.4314/rejhs.v9i2.3 

17. Sodeinde KJ, Amoran OE, Abiodun OA. Male Involvement in Birth Preparedness in Ogun State, Nigeria: A Rural/Urban Comparative Cross-sectional Study. African Journal of Reproductive Health June 2020; 24 (2):70. https://dx.doi.org/10.29063/ajrh2020/v24i2.7 

18. Abiodun O, Sodeinde K, Jagun O, Ladele A, Adepoju A, Ohiaogu F, Adelowo O, Ojinni O, Adekeye J, Bankole O, Mbonu F. Influence of Perception of Family Support and Functioning on Adolescent High-Risk Sexual Behavior. Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. Online ahead of print. https://doi.org/10.4269/ajtmh.20-0732 

19. Sodeinde K, Amoran O, Abiodun O, Adekoya A, Abolurin O, Imhonopi B. A Rural/Urban Comparison of Paternal Involvement in Childhood Immunisation in Ogun Central Senatorial District, Nigeria. Niger. Postgrad Med J 2020;27(4):336-342. https://doi.org/10.4103/npmj.npmj_101_20 

20. Sodeinde K, Onigbogi O, Odukoya O, Abiodun O. Knowledge, utilization and clients’ satisfaction with antenatal care services in Primary Health Care Centres, in Ikenne Local Government Area, Ogun State, Nigeria. Annals of Health Research 2020 June 6(2):171-183.