Olajumoke Ojeleye is a registered nurse, midwife and public health nurse with 15 years of experience across various clinical settings and nursing/midwifery education. She has a passion to teach, learn and increase knowledge and skills, especially in a challenging environment.
Olajumoke currently holds a Masters in Maternal and Child Health Nursing and interested in pursuing a PhD in Midwifery focused on Perinatal Mental Health which she strongly believes is an underserved aspect of maternity care and would like to use her research to improve the childbearing experience of Nigerian women.
She has had training and experiences in student-centered learning, education of women and their families, both online and onsite platforms. She has also volunteered at several outreaches and programs targeted at the complete wellness of the woman and her family.
Olajumoke has undertaken original and collaborative researches which have targeted largely the health of women, children and adolescent populations including orphans and vulnerable children (OVC). She has presented these findings at national and international conferences and also published in regional and international journals. Her diligence and passion for nursing and midwifery has always distinguished her as a dedicated nurse/midwife.
As an academic, Olajumoke is enthusiastic to see all nursing and midwifery students/professionals, take on the challenge to always be a better version of themselves. She is currently a Lecturer at the Department of Nursing Science, Lagos State University College of Medicine, Nigeria. She is also the Lead Facilitator at the Research Resource Hub which holds a monthly MasterClass to train working health professionals in Research Methodology.