Dr Nnodimele Onuigbo Atulomah is a Professor of Public Health, specialising in Health Promotion and Education. I have worked in the academic setting in different capacities as Head of Department, Postgraduate coordinator for the department of Public Health and currently, the Dean of the School of Public and Allied Health Babcock University, Ogun State Nigeria. I have over twenty years of research and teaching experience in the work I do.
My research interest is in health literacy and medication Adherence in the treatment of chronic diseases through innovative information, education and counselling strategies. I teach graduate level research methodology, biostatistics, health behaviour concepts in health promotion and mentor graduate students for health program development that can facilitate behaviour change for individuals and communities experiencing difficulties with their health, especially, chronic illnesses. I am interested in academic work as well as community development, and perhaps advancing development in Public health at policy-making levels. I serve as peer reviewer for a number of academic peer review journals.
Specialties: Data processing skills, designing Public Health research and conducting intervention programmes in Health Promotion and Education.
I have been a member of the European Association for Communication in Health Care EACH since 2012.