I am a Research Assistant in the Workforce Organisation and Wellbeing team. I am currently working as one of the lead researchers on a project in collaboration with Surrey and Sussex Cancer Alliance; a mixed-methods research aimed at improving the effectiveness of cancer multidisciplinary team meetings in eight NHS Trusts.
Previously, I have worked on hospital/community based quantitative researches in the field of infectious diseases, school health, child and adolescent health. This includes the Severe Typhoid in Africa Project with International Vaccine Institute, South Korea and University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
My background is in Medicine and I hold a Master of Public Health degree from University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
My research interest includes public health, global health, child and adolescent health. I have developed special interests and skills in field-based research through active participation in research design, data collection, analysis and dissemination of findings.
Oluwafemi Popoola, Aderemi Kehinde,Veronica Ogunleye,Oluwafemi J Adewusi,Trevor Toy,Ondari D Mogeni, Eunice O Aroyewun et al.Bacteremia Among Febrile Patients Attending Selected Healthcare Facilities in Ibadan, Nigeria. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2019;69(6):S466-S473.https://doi.org/10.1093/cid/ciz516.