Prof Oluwadiya Kehinde Sunday
MBBS (Ib), FMCS (Orthop), FACS, Cert. NUCViHEP
Professor of Surgery (Orthopaedics and Trauma).
Provost,
College of Medicine,
Ekiti State University,
Ado-Ekiti Ekiti State. Nigeria.
E-mail: oluwadiya@gmail.com; kehinde.oluwadiya@eksu.edu.ng

Current research interests and areas of expertise

Education

Professional Training

Honours and Awards

Additional Training

  1. West African College of Surgery revision course for the primary examination in Surgery, held at the University College Hospital Ibadan march 1993
  2. Basic trauma life support course of Saidia at the National Orthopaedic Hospital Igbobi Lagos and the Sheraton Hotels and Towers, Lagos 1993.
  3. National Association of Resident Doctors Annual Scientific Conference, held at the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, Ile-Ife in 1993.
  4. Basic trauma life support course of Saidia at the National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi, Lagos and the Sheraton Hotels and Towers,Lagos 1996.
  5. National Orthopaedic Association Annual Scientific Conference held at the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, Ile-Ife in Nov. 1996.
  6. Workshop on Computer Fundamentals for Resident Doctors held at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. on 25-29th Aug. 1997
  7. National Association of Resident Doctors Annual Scientific Conference held at the National Orthopaedic Hospital Igbobi, Lagos, Nov. 1996.
  8. National Orthopaedic Association Annual Scientific Conference held at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Nov. 1999
  9. Health Management Course of the West African College of Surgery held at University of Ilorin September, 1998.

Membership of Professional Associations

  1. Medical and Dental Consultant Association of Nigeria (MDCAN)
  2. Nigerian Medical Association (NMA).
  3. Nigerian Orthopaedic Association (NOA).
  4. Fellow, Faculty of Surgery, National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria
  5. Nigerian Surgical Research Society
  6. American Association for the study of Automotive Medicine (AAAM)
  7. The International Society for Violence and Injury Prevention (ISVIP)

University Work Experience

POST HELD

INSTITUTION

DATE

1.Professor of Surgery

Osun State University, Osogbo

July 2010-May 2011

2. Associate Professor of Surgery

College of Health Sciences, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Osogbo.

October 2008-July 2010

3. Adjunct Reader (Anatomy)

Osun State University, Osogbo

April 2010-July 2010

4.Visiting Senior Lecturer in Anatomy

Osun State University, Osogbo

March 2009-March 2010

5.Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Anatomy

Osun State University, Osogbo

October 2008-March 2009

6. Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Anatomy

College of Health Sciences, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Osogbo.

January 2007 – October 2007

7. Senior Lecturer

College of Health Sciences, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Osogbo.

October 2004 - October 2008

8. Lecturer I

College of Health Sciences, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Osogbo.

April 2002-October 2004

9. Associate Lecturer

College of Health Sciences, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Osogbo.

Nov. 2001- March 2002

10. Senior Registrar

Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, Ile-Ife

 May 1996 – Nov.  2001

11. SHO/Registrar

Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, Ile-Ife

April 1992 – May 1996

12.  NYSC

Wadata Hospital, Bida.

April 1991 – March 1992

13.   House Officer

Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, Ile-Ife

Jan. 1990 – Dec. 1990

Membership of University Committees

1. LAUTECH

2. Osun State University

3. Ekiti State University

4. Others

  1. Member, Association of Provosts of Colleges of Medicine Nigeria (APCOM) August 2015 till date.
  2. Member and Consultant, Committee for Establishing Medical School, Federal university of Technology, Akure (FUTA)
  3. External Examiner in Surgery, University of Ilorin, 2010 to 2013.
  4. External Examiner in Surgery, Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, 2010 to 2014.
  5. External Examiner in Surgery, Obafemi Awolowo University, 2013 to date.
  6. External Postgraduate Examiner for MPH, University of Ibadan, 2015.

Journal and Book Reviews

  1. Reviewer, Annals of Medicine and Health Sciences, (2012 – date).
  2. Reviewer, African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences (2010) 
  3. Reviewer, Tropical Journal of Health Sciences, Nigeria (2009)
  4. Reviewer, Accident Analysis and Prevention. United Kingdom. (2007-date),
  5.  Reviewer, BioMed Central Surgery (BMC Surgery, United Kingdom (2008- date).
  6.  Reviewer, Journal of Injury and Violence Research (JIVR), India. 2008 till date.
  7.  Reviewer, Nigerian Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma, 2007 till date.
  8. Reviewer, PLoS Medicine, UK, 2008 till date
  9. Scientific Research and Essays (www.academicjournals.org/SRE), 2012
  10. Book Abstract Reviewer, Methods in occupational Injury epidemiology based on registers (Injury Epidemiology Methods), authored by Olaf Chresten Jensen. Publishers: Bentham Science Publishers, USA.
  11. Co-Editor, Western Nigeria Journal of Medical Sciences (2008-till date).
  12. Editor, Nigerian Medical Association, Osun State (2006-2008).
  13. Member, Editorial Committee, Nigerian Journal of Postgraduate Medicine (NJPM) 2008 till date

Community Medical Activities

  • Visiting Orthopaedic Surgeon to the State Hospital, Akure, Ondo State Nigeria.
  • Advisor to the Community Hospital Improvement Committee of Okemesi Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria.
  • Visiting Orthopaedic Surgeon to Onward Specialist Hospital, Osogbo, Osun State Nigeria.

Medical activities on Radio and Television

  • Gave a talk on the medical use of honey on "The AM Express" the nationally televised program of The Nigerian Television Authority.
  • Gave a talk on arthritis on "You and your health" a 30 minute program of the Ondo State Television, Akure Ondo state of Nigeria.
  • Gave a talk on fractures on "You and your health" a 30 minute program of the Ondo State Television, Akure Ondo state of Nigeria.
  • Gave a one-hour question and answers interactive talk on arthritis on the "Eroya" program of The Osun State Radio, Osogbo.
  • Granted a 13-minute interview on arthritis to the Osun State Radio, Osogbo on July 18th 2005.
  • Gave a one-hour question and answers interactive talk on orthopaedic diseases on the "Eroya" program of The Osun State Radio, Osogbo August 2006.

Dissertation for Part II Fellowship Examination

Pattern of limb injuries resulting from motorcycle accidents in Ile-ife/Ilesa, Osun State Nigeria : Submitted to the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria, for the award of FMCS (Ortho.) Fellowship degree in May, 2001.

Books and Monographs

  1. Oluwadiya Kehinde Sunday, Getting to know SPSS: A Step by step guide to data analysis with SPSS: The computer software for data analysis, 4th Ed, 2014.
  2. Abiodun Olukoga, Kehinde Oluwadiya, Olusola Odu. Use of seat belts by mini-bus drivers in Nigeria. In: Victor E. Argosyan, eds. (2009).  Protective devices: Types, uses and safety. New York:  Nova Science Publishers Inc.
  3. Oluwadiya Kehinde Sunday. The performance of the motorcycle rider behaviour questionnaire among commercial motorcycle riders in Nigeria. In Lisa Dorn (Ed): Driver Behaviour and Training Vol. IV. (To be publish in 2010 by Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Surrey, England) 

Educational activities

  • Supervision of Thesis for the Part II Fellowship Examinations of The Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria:
  1. Dr Popoola S O: Comparison of the Kampala Trauma Score with the Revised Trauma Score in the management of trauma.
  2. Dr Agodirin O O - Controlled randomized clinical trial of tramadol in acute abdomen
  3. Dr  Adejumobi M O - A prospective randomized comparative study of  closed passive drainage and closed low suction drainage for mastectomy wounds at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital, Osogbo.
  4. Dr Idris A - Relative values of primary and delayed- primary wound closures on the incidence of wound infection after laparotomy for secondary peritonitis at LAUTECH Teaching Osogbo
  5. Dr. Adedire Adejare (ongoing) Primary versus delayed primary wound closure in adult low energy open tibia shaft fracture at LAUTECH Teaching Hospital Osogbo Osun State, Nigeria.
  • Recent Courses/Topics Taught
    • Trauma management
    • Deformities of the limb
    • Management of shock
    • Surgical aspect of sickle cell disease.
    • Fractures of the upper limb
    • Fractures of the lower limbs
    • Congenital limb deformities.

Presentations at Conferences

  1. Oluwadiya KS, Oginni LM, Olasinde AA.
    The causes and effects of postponement of scheduled emergency surgeries at OAUTHC, Ile-Ife.
    National orthopaedic Association Annual Conference, Calabar. 2001.
  2. Oluwadiya KS, Oginni LM, Olasinde AA.
    The safety aspect of motorcycle injuries in Ile-Ife / Ilesa area of Osun state,Nigeria.
    National Orthopaedic Association Annual Conference, Calabar. 2001.
  3. Oluwadiya KS, Oginni LM, Olasinde AA.
    The treatment and outcome of limb injuries resulting from motorcycle accidents in OAUTHC Ile-Ife.
    National Orthopaedic Association Annual Conference, Calabar. 2001.
  4. Oluwadiya KS, Oginni LM, Olasinde AA.
    Motorcycle injuries in Ile-ife. Nigeria.
    Medical and Dental Consultant Association of Nigeria. Annual Scientific Meeting. 2002.
  5. Oluwadiya KS, Kolawole I. K., Solagberu B. A., Olasinde A. A. Komolafe E. O. K., Olakulehin O. A.,
    Pre-Hospital care of the injured in South West Nigeria: A hospital based study of four tertiary level hospitals in three states.
    49th Annual Scientific Conference of the American Association for the Study of Automotive Medicine(AAAM) Boston Ma USA. September 11-14 2005
  6. Oluwadiya KS Olasinde AA, Oginni LM, Olakulehin AO,
    The financial implication of treating motorcycle limb trauma in a developing country – The patient’s perspective.
    49th Annual Scientific Conference of the American Association for the Study of Automotive Medicine(AAAM) Boston Ma USA. September 11-14 2005 http://www.ajol.info/viewarticle.php?jid=64&id=22692&layout=abstract
  7. Oluwadiya KS, Oginni LM, Olasinde AA.
    Factors Associated with the laterality of limb injuries in motorcycle accidents
    Nigerian Surgical Research Society 48th Scientific Conference, LAUTECH Teaching Hospital Osogbo Osun State Nigeria December 1-3 2005.
  8. Oluwadiya KS, Oginnin LM, Olasinde AA
    Safety Aspect of Motorcycle Injuries in South West Nigeria.
    8th World Conference on Injury and safety Promotion (Safety 2006). Durbar South Africa. April 2nd-5th 2006.
  9. Oluwadiya KS
    "Analysis of fractures in developing countries" the 6th Annual conference of Surgical Implant Generation Network, Richland WA, September 21-23 2006.
  10. Oluwadiya KS
    The road traffic situation in Nigeria
    50th Annual Scientific Conference of the American Association for the Study of Automotive Medicine(AAAM) Chicago IL USA, October 15-18th 2006.

Peer reviewed papers

  1. A.A OLASINDE, L.M OGINNI, J.O BANKOLE, O. ADEGBEHINGBE, K.S OLUWADIYA
    Indications for amputation in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Medicine. 11 (3) July-September, 2002 118-121.
  2. FADIORA S.O, Oluwadiya K. S. KOLAWOLE I.K, ADEROUNMU A.O.A, OGUNTOLA A.S, ADEJUMOBI A.O. Audit of day case surgery in LAUTECH Osogbo. Nigerian Journal of Surgical Research Vol. 5 no 1-2 Jan.-Jun. 2003 43-49.
  3. ADEROUNMU A.O.A., FADIORA S.O., ADESUNKANMI A.K., AGBAKWURU E. A, OLUWADIYA K.S., ADETUNJI O.S. Pattern of gunshot injuries in a communal clash as seen in two Nigerian Teaching Hospitals. Journal of Trauma 2003 Oct;55(4):626-30.
  4. OLUWADIYA K.S., OGINNI L.M, FADIORA S.O., OLASINDE O.O. Epidemiology of motorcycle injuries in a developing country. West Africa Journal of Medicine Vol. 23, No. 1 (2004).
  5. ADEGBEHINGBE A. O., OLUWADIYA K. S.,ADEGBEHINGBE O. O.
    Motorcycle associated ocular injuries. African Journal of Trauma. Vol.2(No.1), 22-27 (2004).
  6. S. O. FADIORA, K.S. OLUWADIYA, A.O.A.ADEROUNMU, A.S. OGUNTOLA, I.K. KOLAWOLE, I.A. ISAWUMI. Spinal (Subarachnoid) Anaesthesia in the hands of non-physician anaesthetists : A prospective study of 131 cases in LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo. Nigerian Journal of Surgery 2004.Vol. 10. No 1, July. 11-14.
  7. A.A. OLASINDE, K.S. OLUWADIYA,A. O., OLAWOYE, LATE O. S. BADRU, L. M OGINNI, O. O ADEGBEHINGBE. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice about the Traditional Bone Setters among Health Workers in Federal Medical Centre, Nigeria. Sahel Medical Journal. Volume 6 No.3 July-September 2003. 79-82.
  8. FADIORA S. O., OLUWADIYA K. S.AKINWUSI P. O., BELLO T. O., ADEROUNMU A. O. A. Medical problems in geriatric surgical patients. Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal.Vol 11 No. 2 June, 2004. 71-74.
  9. AA OLASINDE, KS OLUWADIYA, LM OGINNI, AL AKINYOOLA, E ORIMOLADE. Pelvic fractures management in a teaching hospital in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma. Vol.3(1) 2004: 10-15
  10. Olasinde A. A. Oluwadiya KS Olawoye A. O, Oginni L.M, Ologuntoye O.O.
    The use of post op drains in iliac crest bone graft donor site, is there a need for it? A preliminary report. Nigerian Journal of Surgery. 2004,Vol. 10 No. 1, July. 1-3.
  11. M. S. Jenyo, K. S. Oluwadiya,O. A. Olakulehin.  Limb amputations in Osogbo Nigeria African journal of trauma. 2004, Vol. 2, No 2-4. 80-82.
  12. John A.O. Okeniyi, Kehinde S Oluwadiya, Tinuade A. Ogunlesi, Olusola A. Oyedeji, Oyeku A. Oyelami, Gabriel A. Oyedeji,  Abdul Rashid K. Adesunkanmi
    Road traffic injuries among semi-urban children: assessment of the Paediatric Trauma Score. The Internet Journal of Third World Medicine. 2005
  13. John A.O. Okeniyi,Kehinde S. Oluwadiya, Tinuade A. Ogunlesi, Olusola A. Oyedeji, Oyeku A. Oyelami, Gabriel A. Oyedeji, Lawrence M. Oginni
    Motorcycle injury: an emerging menace to child health in Nigeria.
    The Internet Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology. 2005. Volume 5 Number 1.
  14. OLUWADIYA K.S. Kolawole I. K., Solagberu B. A., Olasinde A. A. Komolafe E. O. K., Olakulehin O. A.Pre-Hospital care of the injured in South West Nigeria: A hospital based study of four tertiary level hospitals in three states.
    Proceedings of the 49th Annual Scientific Conference of the American Association for the Study of Automotive Medicine
  15. A A Olasinde, A O Olawoye, K S Oluwadiya, L M Oginni.
    Bacterial cultures from sinus track and bone in Nigerians with chronic osteomyelitis. Malawi Medical Journal > Vol. 17, No. 2 (2005)
  16. A A Olasinde, A O Olawoye, K S OLUWADIYA, L M Oginni. (2005),  Bacterial cultures from sinus track and bone in Nigerians with chronic osteomyelitis. Malawi Medical Journal;    Vol.17( 2): 47-48.
  17. KEHINDE S.OLUWADIYA, ,Anthony A.Olasinde,Omolara B.Ukpai,Edward O.Komolafe,Mathew S.Jenyo. (2005). Birth Injury: A Retrospective Study Of 146 Cases In Three Teaching Hospitals In Nigeria .The Internet Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology.Vol. 5(2).
  18. A.A. Olasinde  K.S. OLUWADIYA: Anaesthesia Practice In A Hospital Developing Countries: An 18months Experience. (2005), The Internet Journal of Third World Medicine; Vol. 3(1).
  19. OLUWADIYA K.S. Kolawole I. K., Solagberu B. A., Olasinde A. A. Komolafe E. O. K., Olakulehin O. A. (2005)., Pre-Hospital care of the injured in South West Nigeria: A hospital based study of four tertiary level hospitals in three states. Annual Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine. 49:91-8.
  20. A. A. Olasinde, K.S. OLUWADIYA, A.A. Akinkuolie ,  L.M. Oginni. (2005), Paediatric Surgical Admissions In A Tertiary Hospital In Western Nigeria, The Internet Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology.; Vol.5(2).
  21. Fadiora S. O. I.K Kolawole, V.O.  Oboro, OLUWADIYA K. S, A. O. A. Aderounmu. (2005) Risk of facial blood splash in surgery. Nigerian Journal of Surgical Research; Vol.15(1): 7-12
  22. K.S. OLUWADIYA, A. A. Olasinde, O.A. Olakulehin, S.A. Olatoke, L. M. Oginni, F Ako. (2007), The Causes and outcomes of cancellation of orthopaedic surgery at the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal; Vol.14(1): 42-45
  23. Olasinde, A.A. Loto, O.M.; OLUWADIYA, K.S. Olawoye, A.O. (2007),  Prevalence of HIV infection among patients undergoing surgery in a mission hospital in a semi-urban community in Nigeria. Tropical Doctor; Vol. 37(2):119-120
  24. BB Osinaike.  DA Aderinto.  EO Oyebamiji.  MD Dairo.  KS  OLUWADIYA.  (2007), Evaluation  of  knowledge  of  doctors  in  a  Nigerian  tertiary  hospital  about  Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation. Nigerian Medical  Practitioner ; Vol.52 (1): 16 -18
  25. OLUWADIYA K, Olasinde AA, Odu OO, Olakulehin OA, Olatoke SA.. (2008),
    Management of motorcycle limb trauma in a teaching hospital in south. western Nigeria Nigerian Journal of Medicine ;Vol.17(1):53-6
  26. Ogunlusi Dare Johnson, OLUWADIYA KEHINDE, Oyedeji Sola, Oginni Lawrence. (2008) Acquired Boneless Forearm as a Complication of Traditional Bone Setting. Orthopedics; Vol.31(3):288
  27. OLUWADIYA KS, Olasinde AA, Oginni LM, Olakulehin OA, Akanbi  OO. (2008) A Review of pediatric limb injuries and implication for prevention. Western Nigerian Journal of Medical Sciences; Vol.1(1):25-29
  28. Orimolade EA, OLUWADIYA KS,  Salawu L, Akinyoola AL, Ikem IC, Oginni LM, Adegbehingbe OO. (2008). A comparison of chronic osteomyelitis in sickle cell disease and non-sickle cell disease patients. Nigerian Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma
  29. OLUWADIYA KS,  Kolawole I K, Adegbehingbe OO, Olasinde A A, Agodirin Olaide, Uwaezuoke SC. (2009),  Motorcycle crash characteristics in Nigeria: implication for control. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 41: 294–298
     (Please see "Nigerian Motorcycle Crashes – Implication for Control" at http://www.whohelmets.org/headlines/09_spring_8.htm for the WHO helmet Initiative summary of this paper)
  30. Olakulehin A. Olawale, OLUWADIYA S. KEHINDE Case study: uncensored vehicle modification: report of nine cases of posterior hip dislocations in a single accident involving a modified minibus. (2009), Traffic Injury Prevention,10(1):95 - 97
  31. Orimolade A.E., Owotade F.J., OLUWADIYA K.S., Ikem I.C., Oginni L.M., Akinyoola L.A. (2009). Prognostic factors in Adult Tetanus in a Tertiary referral Centre. Nigerian Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma: 8 (2):56-59
  32. OLUWADIYA KS, Olakulehin OA, Olasinde AA, Jenyo MS, Akanbi OO, Oremakinde AA, Ojo OM.(2009), Epidemiology of ankle fracture dislocation in a teaching hospital in Nigeria. The Journal of Foot Surgery (India). 13(1): 29-33
  33. OLUWADIYA KS, Oginni LM, Olasinde AA, Oluwadiya IO, Olakulehin OA. The financial implication of treating motorcycle limb trauma in a developing country – The patient's perspective.  Nigerian Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma: 8 (2): 72-74
  34. OLUWADIYA KS, Olatoke SA, Ariba AJ, Omotola AO, Olakulehin OA. Patients' satisfaction with emergency care and priorities for change in a university teaching hospital in Nigeria. (2010),  International Emergency Nursing Journal, 18; 203– 209
  35. A. Olukoga, M. Bachmann, G. Harris, T. Olukoga, K. OLUWADIYA. Analysis of the perception of institutional function for health sector reform in Nigeria. 2010. International Health, 2(2); 150-155
  36. OLUWADIYA K S, Olusola O O. Safe lives, make hospital safe in emergencies: framework for disaster preparedness in hospitals in Nigeria. 2010. Nigerian Journal of Postgraduate Medicine, 3(1);28-35
  37. O.D. Ojo, K.S. OLUWADIYA, I.C. Ikem, L.M. Oginni, A.K. Ako-Nai,, F.V. Daniel Superficial swab cultures in open fracture management: insights from a resource-poor setting. 2010. Journal of Wound Care, Vol. 19 (10), 14 Oct, 432 – 438
  38. OLUWADIYA KS. Pattern of traumatic injuries in Nigeria: A review. 2010. Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Research. 5(1): 13-22.
  39. Oyedeji OA, OLUWADIYA KS and Aremu AA. Blistering digital dactylitis complicated by osteomyelitis and amputation in an HIV positive infant. 2011. Journal of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care (JIAPAC); 10(5): 280-282.
  40. Olasinde A A, OLUWADIYA K S, Adegbehingbe O O. Treatment of Brodie's abscess: excellent results from curettage, bone grafting and antibiotics. 2011. Singapore Medical Journal; 52(6) : 436-439
  41. A O Aderounmu, P B Olaitan, I K Kolawole, M D Dairo, K S OLUWADIYA, L I Okeke, A A Salako. 2011.Examination Malpractice in our Medical Schools: Prevalence and Import on Tomorrow's Doctors. The Nigerian postgraduate medical journal; 18(3):191-6.
  42. Olasinde A.A., OLUWADIYA K.S., Olakulehin O.A. Adetan O. Locked intramedullary nailing of femur and tibia in a semi urban area. 2011. Nigerian Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma; 10(2), 89-91.
  43. S O Popoola, O D Ojo, K S OLUWADIYA.  Antiritroviral drug as a cause of bilateral avascular necrosis of the femoral head. 2011. Nigerian Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma; 10(2),124-126
  44. Ademuyiwa AO, Usang UE, OLUWADIYA KS, Ogunlana DI, Glover-Addy H, Bode CO, Arjan B Van AS. 2012. Pediatric trauma in Sub-Saharan Africa: The challenges in overcoming the scourge. Journal of Emergencies, Trauma and Shock. 5: 55-61
  45. OLUWADIYA S KEHINDE, Akinola E Adegoke. Taking alcohol by deception: an analysis of ethanol concentration of "paraga" an alcoholic herbal mixture in Nigeria. 2012 BMC Research Notes; 2012 5: 127.
  46. OLUWADIYA KS, Osinaike BB, Eziyi AK, Oyebamiji EO, Kolawole IK A Theatre Time Utilization Survey in a University Teaching Hospital from a Developing Country. 2012.  Journal of Anesthesia and Clinical Research 3:210. doi:10.4172/2155-6148.1000210.
  47. KEHINDE OLUWADIYA SUNDAY, Olusegun F Fatoye. Taking alcohol by deception II: Paraga (alcoholic herbal mixture) use among commercial motor drivers in a south-western Nigerian city. BMC Research Notes. 2012 Jun 18;5(1):301.
  48. Adenike I. Olugbenga-Bello, OLUWADIYA K. SUNDAY, Bret A. Nicks, Olakulehin A. Olawale, Adewole O. Adefisoye. .First aid knowledge and application among commercial inter-city drivers in Nigeria. 2012. African Journal of Emergency Medicine 2 (3), 108-113.
  49. Olasinde Anthony Ayotunde, OLUWADIYA KEHINDE SUNDAY, Adetan Oluwatoyin, Ogunlusi, Johnson Dare. Results of surgical treatment of nonunion of humeral shaft fracture with dynamic compression plate and cancellous bone grafting. 2012. Acta Ortopédica Brasileira. [online]. 2012;20(4): 223-5. Available from URL: http://www.scielo.br/aob
  50. Okunlola OO, Akinwusi PO, Kolawole BA, OLUWADIYA KS. Diabetic foot ulcer in a tropical setting: presentation and outcome. 2012. Nigerian Endocrine Practice 6 (1), 27-31.
  51. Agodirin Olayide, Oguntola Adetunji, Adeoti Moses, Agbakwuru Austin, OLUWADIYA KEHINDE, Olofinbiyi Babatunde.  Preoperative pain treatment in acute abdomen in Osogbo, Nigeria: a randomized double- blind placebo-controlled study. International Journal of Emergency Medicine 2013, 6:3 doi:10.1186/1865-1380-6-3.
  52. S O Popoola, J N Kortor, N.O.C Onyemaechi, K S OLUWADIYA. Knowledge and attitude of healthcare workers towards traditional bone setters in Benue State.2012. Nigerian Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma. 11(1): 1-7.
  53. S O Popoola, OLUWADIYA K S, J N Kortor, P Denen-Akaa, O C Onyemaechi. Compliance with Beat Belt use in Makurdi Nigeria: an Observational Study. Annals of Medical and Health Sciences Research. 2013. 3 (3): 427-432.
  54. S O Popoola, J N Kortor, O C Onyemaechi, OLUWADIYA K S.  Leave Against Medical Advice (LAMA) from in-patient orthopaedic treatment. 2013. South African Orthopaedic Journal 12 (3): 58-61.
  55. Olofinbiyi BA, Akintayo AA, Ade-Ojo IP, Atiba BP, Olaogun OD, OLUWADIYA KS. Prevalence of and risk factors for domestic violence among pregnant women in Nigeria. 2013. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2013 Nov;123 (2):161-3. doi: 10.1016/j.ijgo.2013.05.022.
  56. Ndubuisi OC Onyemaechi, Sunday O Popoola, Alexander Schuh, Alex T Iorbo, Itodo C Elachi, and KEHINDE S OLUWADIYA. Mortality Pattern of Hospitalized Surgical Patients in a Nigerian Tertiary Hospital. 2014. Indian Journal of Surgery, 1-5.
  57. O. A Oyedeji, K.S OLUWADIYA, O.A Olakulehin, and A. A Aremu, Bone diseases in HIV infected children at a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. 4 (2), pp. 042-046, June, 2014.
  58. Olaogun Julius G., Popoola Sunday O. Olatunya Oladele S., OLUWADIYA KEHINDE S. 2014. Where there is no specialist: surgical care in a secondary health facility in a developing country. Egyptian Journal of Surgery. 33:223–227
  59. Esan Oluwadare, Toluse Adetunji M, Esan oluwaseun Taiwo, Oluwadiya Kehinde S. April-June 2014. Risk factors for surgical site infection following multiple implant surgeries in individual patients managed at a tertiary health facility, Southwest Nigeria. Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine. 24(2): 102-106.
  60. Oladele Simeon Olatunya, Ayodeji Olusola Isinkaye, Kehinde Sunday Oluwadiya. 2015. Profile of non-accidental childhood injury at a tertiary hospital in south-west Nigeria. Journal of Tropical Pediatrics. 2015, 0, 1–8. doi: 10.1093/tropej/fmv009
  61. Babalola O. Ranti, Yakub Saheed, Olakulehin O. Adebayo, OLUWADIYA KEHINDE. May 2015. Injury Pattern among Patients with Road Traffic Crash Presenting at a Tertiary Health Facility. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences. 14 (5.3) 71-75.
  62. Olakulehin Olawale Adebayo, OLUWADIYA KEHINDE SUNDAY, Akanbi Olusola Olateju, Babalola Oladimeji Ranti. A Physiological Approach to Manage Ingrown Toe Nails. Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences (SJAMS), 2015; 3(1D):272-275
  63. Babalola OR, OLUWADIYA K, Vrgoč G, Akpati U, Sindik J, Čoklo M, Marinović M, Bakota B. 2015 Nov 12. Pattern of emergency room mortality among road traffic crash victims. Injury. pii: S0020-1383(15)00682-8. doi: 10.1016/j.injury.2015.10.065. [Epub ahead of print]
  64. OLUWADIYA KS. Pattern of traumatic injuries in Nigeria: A review. 2010. Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Research. 5(1): 13-22.
  65. OLUWADIYA Kehinde Sunday, Sangowawa Adesola. Epidemiolgy of  injuries. 2011. Nigerian Journal of Epidemiology

Papers accepted for publication but not yet published

  1. OLUWADIYA KS, Aderounmu AOA, Olasinde AA, Oginni LM Fadiora SO.  Gunshot fractures of the extremities in a community clash:  The experience of two teaching hospitals in Nigeria. Accepted by the  Trauma Care.

Articles from the Corticosteroid Randomization After Significant Head Injury (CRASH I) and Clinical Randomisation of an Antifibrinolytic in Significant Haemorrhage (CRASH 2) studies

  1. Golden N, Morales C.H and other CRASH Trial collaborators (Including OLUWADIYA KS). (2004), Effects of intravenous corticosteroids on death within 14 days in 10008 adults with clinically significant head injury (MRC CRASH trial): randomized placebo-controlled trial. Lancet; Vol.364: 1321-28.
  2. Golden N, Morales C.H  and other CRASH Trial collaborators (Including OLUWADIYA KS). (2005), Final results of MRC CRASH, a randomized placebo-controlled trial of intravenous corticosteroid in adults with head injury outcomes at 6 months. The Lancet 2005;Vol.365: 1957-59
  3. Golden N, Morales C.H and other CRASH Trial collaborators (Including OLUWADIYA KS).  (2008), Predicting outcome after traumatic brain injury: practical prognostic models based on large cohort of international patients. British Medical Journal, Vol.336:425-429 
  4. Golden N, Morales C.H. and other CRASH Trial collaborators (Including OLUWADIYA KS). (2008), Improving the Evidence Base for Trauma Care: Progress in the International CRASH-2 Trial. PLOS Clinical Trials 1(6): e30. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pctr.0010030
  5. CRASH 2 Trial collaborators (Including OLUWADIYA KS). Effects of tranexamic acid on death, vascular occlusive events, and blood   transfusion in trauma patients with significant haemorrhage (CRASH-2): a randomized, placebo-controlled trial. 2010 Lancet. 3;376(9734):23-32. Epub 2010 Jun 14
  6. Roberts I, Shakur H, Ker K, Coats T, on behalf of the CRASH-2 Trial collaborators (Including OLUWADIYA KS).  Antifibrinolytic drugs for acute traumatic injury (Review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2011, Issue 1. Art. No.: CD004896. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD004896.pub3

Works in progress

  1. OLUWADIYA K.S.,OGINNI L.M., FADIORA S.O, ADESUNKANMI ARK, OLASINDE A.A.
    Factors associated with the laterality of limb injuries in motorcycle accidents
    West Africa Journal of Medicine

Selected Workshop Attended with papers Read

  1. National orthopaedic Association Annual Conference, Calabar, Nigeria, Nov. 2001.
    Papers presented:
    (i) The causes and effects of postponement of scheduled emergency surgeries at OAUTHC, Ile-Ife.
    (ii) The safety aspect of motorcycle injuries in Ile-Ife / Ilesa area of Osun State, Nigeria
    (iii) The treatment and outcome of limb injuries resulting from motorcycle accidents in OAUTHC Ile-Ife.
  2. Medical and Dental Consultant Association of Nigeria. Annual Scientific Meeting. Ile-Ife, Nigeria. June 2002.
    Paper presented: Motorcycle injuries in Ile-Ife. Nigeria
  3. 49th Annual Scientific Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM), Boston Ma USA. September 11-14 2005
    Poster presentation: Traffic Crashes in Nigeria. A synopsis
  4. 50th Annual Scientific Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (AAAM), Chicago, IL, USA. September 2006
    Paper presented: Pre-Hospital care of the injured in South West Nigeria: A hospital based study of four tertiary level hospitals in three states
    Poster Presentation: The financial implications of treating motorcycle limb trauma in a developing country – The patient's perspective
  5. Surgical Implant Generation Network Interlocking nail Annual Scientific Conference, Richland WA USA September 2005.
    Paper presented: Sign Interlocking nail fixation of femoral fractures: Two year experience at the LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo
  6. 49th Scientific Conference of the Nigerian Surgical Research Society. November 2005
    paper presented: Factors associated with the laterality of limb injuries in motorcycle accidents
  7. World Safety Conference, Durbar South Africa.  April 2-5 2006.
    Paper presented: The use of Safety devices among motorcycle crash victims in  south west Nigeria
  8. International Conference on the Modern Management of Cancer. University College Hospital, Ibadan Nigeria. July 21-28, 2008.
  9. Society of Family Physicians of Nigeria (SOFPON) Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference, Osogbo, Nigeria, Nov 19-21 2008.
    Paper presented: Patients satisfaction with the quality of care at the A&E unit of LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo Nigeria
  10. Nigeria Orthopaedic Association Annual Scientific Conference, Lagos Nigeria. Dec 2-6 2009
    Papers presented: What is the alcoholic content of paraga, and how is it produced? An exploratory study
  11. 10th World Safety Conference, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London. September 21-24 2010
    Papers presented: (i) The Performances of the Glasgow Coma Scale, the Revised Trauma Score, the triage Revised Trauma Scores and the Kampala Trauma Score in predicting mortality in the Accident and Emergency ward of a Teaching Hospital in Nigeria
    (ii) The performance of the Motorcycle Rider Behaviour Questionnaire (MRBQ) among commercial motorcycle riders in Nigeria
    Poster Presentation: Taking alcohol by deception: An analysis of ethanol concentration of paraga, an alcoholic herbal mixture and factors associated with its use among commercial drivers in an urban centre in Nigeria
  12. American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress, Moscone Conference Centre, San Francisco CA. October 23-27, 2011.
    Paper presented: Injury and injury epidemiology: A trauma surgeon experience in a resource-poor setting
  13. 4th Annual ASAP Meeting (Alliance for Surgery and Anesthesia Presence) San Diego CA: 9th-11th November 2011.
    Paper presented: Challenges of trauma care in a resource-poor setting: The Nigerian experience.
  14.  4th Biennial WHO Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (GIEESC) Conference, San Diego CA: 9th November 2011
  15. Nigeria Orthopaedic Association Annual Scientific Conference, Lagos Nigeria. Dec 2-6 2009
    Papers presented: (i)  Patients' satisfaction with emergency care and priorities for change in a university teaching hospital in Nigeria.
    (ii). Vulnerability of riders and passengers to injuries in multi-occupant motorcycle crashes.
    (iii). The spectrum of aggressive driving among Nigerian drivers: An observational study.

Workshops and conferences at Which I was a Resource Personnel

  1. The use of SPSS in medical statistics at the biannual revision courses organized for the Part 2 fellowship candidates of the Nigerian Postgraduate Medical College held at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, Lagos April 2005 to date.
  2. SPSS in health management at the computer appreciation course for Grade level 12 and above officers of the Ministry of Health, Ilorin March 2004. 
  3. Using Pubmed and Google Tutor to search for medical information on the internet to the members of surgery department, LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo Nigeria on November 22 2006. I was the only resource person.
  4. Medical Informatics for Nurses. Lecture given to the Nursing staff of the LAUTECH Teaching Hospital. Osogbo on September 6 2006.
  5. Using SPSS and EpiInfo for research and statistics. A two day lecture and hands-on training delivered to consultants and lecturers at the Olabisi Onabanjo Medical School, Ago Iwoye, Ogun State on February 20 and 21 2008.
  6. The use of ICT for research, training and curriculum development to lecturers at The Federal Polytechnic Ede, Nigeria. May 6-7, 2008.
  7. SPSS training workshop at the Society of Family Physicians of Nigeria (SOFPON) Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference, Osogbo, Nigeria, Nov 19-21 2008. I was the only resource person.
  8. Training on the Use of HINARI and PubMed to access Free journals online held at the College of Health Sciences, Osogbo Nigeria on December 11, 2008.
  9. Training on the Use of HINARI and PubMed to access Free journals online held at the College of Health Sciences, Osun State University, Osogbo Nigeria on September 15, 2010. I was the only resource person.
  10. 2ND OSUN NMA CME/CPD LECTURE SERIES organized by Nigerian Medical Association, Osun State Chapter on Enhancing Clinical Skills and Competences with Information, Sep. 10 2011. Topic: The use of ICT in medical research.
  11. Three day advanced research methodology course for medical researchers organized by The National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria at Lagos University Teaching Hospital, 23-25 March 2011. Topic: Use of advanced Statistical methods in research.
  12. Nigerian Society of Neurological Sciences Preconference Workshop on SPSS and EndNote. June 6 2012 at LAUTECH Teaching Hospital Osogbo.
  13. Surgical arithmetics: getting to grips with statistics in orthopaedics. Topic of the Guest Lecture delivered at the Nigerian Orthopaedic Association SouthWest Zonal Meeting at the Universith of Benin Teaching Hospital, Benin City, Nigeria, 29th June 2012.
  14.  CME Workshop on Research Ethics Organized by the Medical and Dental Consultant Association of Nigeria and Nigerian Medical Association, Ekiti State Chapter, Oct 18, 2011. Topic: Pitfalls of medical research.
  15. CME Hands-on workshop organized on SPSS, EndNote and Hinari by the Medical and Dental Consultant Association of Nigeria (MDCAN) on 16th  and 17th August 2012 at FMC, Ido-Ekiti. I was the only resource person.
  16. Workshop on Research Methodology organized by the Association of University nurses on 18th September 2012 at Leisure Spring Hotel, Osogbo. Topic: Effective use of statistical methods in medical research.
  17. CME workshop organized by the Nigerian Medical Association, Kogi State in Lokoja on 25th October 2012. Topic: Medical Research: The Why and The How?
  18. Workshop on SPSS and Endnote for Consultants and Resident Doctors in Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomosho on 12th and 13th December 2012.
  19. Workshop on Study Design, Systematic Review of Medical Evidence and SPSS for Academic Staff of the College of Health Sciences Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomosho on 12th and 13th December 2012.
  20. Train the Trainer Workshop on Medical Education and Assessment organized by  the Faculty of Orthopaedics, National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria at Crystal palace Hotel, Enugu; October 23-25 2014.
  21. One-day Training Workshop on Biostatistics and SPSS for the College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin Academic Staff, LR4, COHS, UITH, 3rd June 2015.
  22. Statistics for Doctors at the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria All Fellows Congress and Scientific Conference (Abuja 2015), NAF International Conference Center, Ahmadu Bello Way, Abuja, August 12th – 15th 2015.
  23. Pre-Conference Workshop on SPSS and Statistics at the 2015 Annual Scientific Conference of the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR), Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria, NIMR, November 8-9, 2015.

Training Workshops attended

  1. Cross Border and Regional Senior Academic Staff Workshop on Using Technology to Change the Face of Conventional Education. University of Ghana, Legon 8th -11th June, 2015.
  2. International Workshop on Ponsetti management of clubfoot. Organized by the Nigerian Orthopaedic Association and the Ponsetti Foundation of the United States of America. Obafemi Awolowo University teaching Hospitals Complex, Ile-Ife. Dec 8-10, 2009.
  3. Cochrane Protocol Development/REVMAN Workshop, University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria. January 15-16, 2009.
  4. International Workshop on the Modern Management of Cancer. University College Hospital, Ibadan Nigeria. July 21-28, 2008.
  5. HINAGOA/HINARI Training Workshop, Michael Opara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State Nigeria. Nov. 10-16 2008.
  6. Workshop on "How to review protocols and provide constructive feedbacks" Part of Capacity Building and Support for Three Ethics Review Committees in North Central and South Western Geopolitical Zones of Nigeria as part of the  NIMR/EDCTP Capacity Strengthening of HREC's in Nigeria Project at  Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital  September 5th – 9th 2011. Funded by the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trial Partnership (EDCTP).
  7. Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme for Tertiary Institutions (ADAPTI), organized by the Digital Bridge Institute, International Centre for Communications Studies, Nigerian Communication Commissions. At NITEL Training Institute, Cappa, Oshodi, Lagos, Feb. 20-24, 2012.
  8. Capacity Building Workshop for Teachers of Medical Schools on the new NUC BMAS for MBBS and Dentistry, NUC Conference centre, Abuja, 2-4 November, 2015.

International Collaborative Research Activities

  1. Principal investigator for CRASH, the Cortico Steroid Randomization After Significant  Head Injury .www.crash.lshtm.ac.uk
  2. Principal investigator for CRASH2, the Clinical Randomization of an Antifibrinolytic in Significant haemorrage study. www.crash2.lshtm.ac.uk
  3. Project Manager for the SIGN interlocking nail system developed by Lew Zirkle Jnr., MD. www.sign-post.org