Personal Information
Ibrahim Taiwo Adeleke

Department of Health Information, Federal Medical Centre, Bida, Niger, Nigeria

Ibrahim Taiwo Adeleke
Educations
From 09/1994 to 07/1999, Higher National Diploma in Health Information Management , Nigeria
From 10/2010 to 07/2012, Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management , Republic of Benin
From 09/2006 to 04/2014, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science , Nigeria
Work Experiences
From 10/2001 to date, Principal Health Records Officer , Federal Medical Centre, Bida
From 03/2006 to date, Head, Department of Health Information , Federal Medical Centre, Bida
Speciality
Health Information Management/Health Informatics
Journal Articles
Adeleke IT, Adekanye AO, Adefemi SA, et al. Knowledge, attitude and practice of confidentiality of patients’ health records among healthcare professionals at Federal Medical Centre, Bida. Nig J Med 2011; 20(2):228-235 (the 1st indigenous scientific journal publication by a Nigerian health information management professional).
Adeleke IT, Adekanye AO, Onawola KA, et al. Data quality assessment in healthcare: A 365-day chart review of inpatients’ health records at a Nigerian tertiary hospital. J Am Med Inform Assoc 2012; 19: 1039-1042 doi: 10. 1136/amiajnl-2012-00082.
Adekanye AO, Adefemi SA, Okuku AG, Onawola KA, Adeleke IT, James JA. Patients' satisfaction with the healthcare services at a North central Nigerian tertiary hospital. Nig J Med. 2013; 22(3): 218-224.
Adeleke IT, Adekanye AO, Jibril AD, Danmallam FF, Inyinbor HE, Omokanye SA. Research knowledge and behaviour of health workers at Federal Medical Centre, Bida: A task before learned mentors. El Med J. 2014; 2(2): 105-109.
Adeleke IT, Lawal AH, Adio RA, Adebisi AA. Information technology skills and training needs of health information management professionals in Nigeria: a nationwide study. Health Information Management Journal. http://dx.doi.org/10.12826/18333575.2014.0002.Adeleke.
Adeleke IT, Asiru MA, Oweghoro BM, Jimoh AB, Ndana AM. Computer and internet use among tertiary healthcare providers and trainees in a Nigerian public hospital. American Journal of Health Research. Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2014;3(1-1):1-10. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.11
Adefemi SA, Adeleke IT, Gara P, Abdulghaney OO, Omokanye SA, Yusuf AMJ. The rate, reasons and predictors of hospital discharge against medical advice among inpatients of a tertiary health facility in North-central Nigeria. American Journal of Health Research. Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2014;3(1-1):11-16. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.12
Adeleke IT, Erinle SA, Ndana AM, Anamah TC, Ogundele OA, Aiyu D. Health information technology in Nigeria: stakeholders’ perspectives of nationwide implementations and meaningful use of the emerging technology in the most populous black nation. American Journal of Health Research. Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2014;3(1-1):17-24. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.13
Oweghoro BM, Adeleke IT, Mshelia PP, Ogundiran LM, Yusuf AMJ, Adeoti DI. Knowledge, access and use of internet-based health information for personal healthcare among employees of the foremost Nigerian University. American Journal of Health Research Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2015;3(1-1):25-31. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.14 .
Aliyu D, Adeleke IT, Omoniyi SO, Samaila BA, Adamu A, Abubakar AY. Knowledge, attitude and practice of nursing ethics and law among nurses at Federal Medical Centre, Bida. American Journal of Health Research Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2015;3(1-1):32-37. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.15.
Adeleke IT, Ajayi OO, Jimoh AB, Adebisi AA, Omokanye SA, Jegede MK. Current clinical coding practices and implementation of ICD-10 in Africa: A survey of Nigerian hospitals. American Journal of Health Research Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2015;3(1-1):38-46. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.16.
Adeleke IT, Salami AA, Achinbee M, Anamah TC, Zakari IB, Wasagi MH. ICT knowledge, utilization and perception among healthcare providers at National Hospital Abuja, Nigeria. American Journal of Health Research Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2015;3(1-1):47-53. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.17.
Aliyu D, Adeleke IT, Omoniyi SO, Kolo S, Odofin OM, Ekaete PE. Knowledge, attitude and practice of preoperative visit: A survey of Nigerian perioperative nurses. American Journal of Health Research Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2015;3(1-1):54-60. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.18.
Adeleke IT, Azeez BA, Aliyu D, Ogundiran LM, Salami A, Adeoye WA. HIV/AIDS awareness among secondary schools’adolescents in south-westernNigeria: A correlate to strengthen advocacy and strategic sexuality education programs. American Journal of Health Research Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2015;3(1-1):61-67. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.19.
Adamu A, Adeleke IT, Aliyu D, Mahmud T. Perspectives of continuing formal education among nurses in selected secondary healthcare facilitiesin Northern Nigeria. American Journal of Health Research Special Issue: Health Information Technology in Developing Nations: Challenges and Prospects Health Information Technology. 2015;3(1-1):68-73. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.s.2015030101.20.
Conference Papers
1. Adeleke IT. HIMAN Conference Proceedings and the need for a uniform reporting format for research outcomes: an eye opener. At the 1st International Health Information Management Conference for Africa/38th Annual National Conference of Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria. At the National Sickle Cell Foundation Surulere, Lagos State. 12th – 14th August, 2014.
2. Adeleke IT. Relevance of health information management and the roles of HIM professionals in healthcare delivery systems. Maiden Convocation Ceremorny in honour of Health Information Management students at College of Health Technology, Minna. 7th August, 2014.
3. Adeleke IT, International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems / ICD-10- Procedure Coding Systems. At a 3-day workshop organized for heads of health records departments in Niger State at General Hospital Suleja, Niger State. 30th October – 1st November 2013.
4. Adeleke IT, Computer and Internet use among tertiary healthcare providers and trainees in Bida, Nigeria: a cross-sectional survey. At the 37th Annual National Conference of Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria. At College of Health Technology Calabar, Cross River State. 2nd – 6th August, 2013.
5. Adeleke IT, Data security, safety, privacy and disaster management in electronic health records. At the 1st Capacity building workshop on electronic health records organized by the Health Records Officers’ Registration Board of Nigeria. At Nostalgia Hotel & Resort Lokoja, Kogi State. 22nd – 26th April, 2013.
6. Adeleke IT, Confidentiality of patient health information at the era of Freedom of Information. At the 11th Annual Health Week of the National Association of Health Information Students (NAHIMS), University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Chapter. 21st – 26th January 2013.
7. Adeleke IT et al, The development of HIMAN in Nigeria: Changes, chances and challenges (3-Cs) from 1966-date. At the 36th Annual National Conference of Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria. At National Sickle Cell Foundation Surulere, Lagos State. 27th – 30th Aug 2012.
8. Adeleke IT, Health information stakeholders’ perception of the emerging HIT in Nigeria. At the 35th Annual National Conference of Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria. At Shiroro Hotel Minna Niger State. 21st – 25th Nov 2011.
9. Adeleke IT, ICT knowledge, utilization and training needs of HIM professionals in Nigeria. At the 35th Annual National Conference of Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria. At Shiroro Hotel Minna Niger State. 21st – 25th Nov 2011.
10. Adeleke IT, Confidentiality of patients’ health records; an opportunity or a threat? How much do healthcare providers in Nigeria know? At the 34th Annual National Conference of Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria. At General Hassan Usman Hall (GAMJI GATE) Kaduna. 11th – 15th Oct 2010.
11. Adeleke IT, Confidentiality, privacy and security of health data. At a 3-day training for Documentation Clerks organized by the Institute of Human Virology-Abuja. 27th – 29th Apr 2010.
12. Adeleke IT, Overview of Health Records. At a 3-day training for Documentation Clerks organized by the Institute of Human Virology-Abuja. 27th – 29th Apr 2010.
13. Adeleke IT, Effective Networking between MSSN and other Islamic organizations. At the Conference of Higher Institutions Organized by Niger State Area Unit of MSSN held at Federal Polytechnic, Bida. 1st Dec 2007.
14. Adeleke IT, Malaria Scourge and the role of Muslim Ummah. At the 3rd Niger State Chapter Symposium of the Islamic Health Students’ Association of Nigeria (IHSAN) held at School of Midwifery, Minna. 11th Mar 2006.
15. Adeleke IT, Promoting and sustaining health care services in Shariah States. At the 8th Anniversary of the Islamic Health Students’ Association of Nigeria, Niger State Chapter. 2003
Honors and Awards
a. Overall best National Diploma Student, 1997; Health Records Officers’ Registration Board of Nigeria (Communicated through Rev PA Adio; Ex-HOD of School of Health Information Management, UCH Ibadan).
b. Registered Health Information Manager 2012; Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria.
c. 2012 Wahab Folawiyo Islamic Heroes Award for Islamic Propagation by the Qur’an Kareem Academy – Nigerian International Institute for Islamic Affairs, Abuja.
d. Research Excellent Award, 2012 by the Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria (HIMAN); National Headquarters.
e. Award of Excellence, 2014 by National Association of Health Information Management Students (NAHIMS); Niger State Branch.
f. Award of Excellence, 2014 by National Association of Health Information Management Students (NAHIMS); National Headquarters.
i. Class Governor, Pioneer set of B.Sc. students of Health Information Management at the Houdegbe North American University, Cotonou, Benin Republic; 2010-2012.
iii. Pioneer Secretary, Centre for Health and Allied Researches (CHAR), FMC, Bida, 2007-date.
iv. Founding President, IMAN Cooperative Thrift & Credit Society (ICTCS- the foremost non-interest Islamic Cooperative Scheme) FMC, Bida. 2002-2014.
viii. Founding Director, Health Informatics Research in Nigeria (HIRIN), FMC, Bida, 2013-date.
v. Deputy Coordinator/Data Manager, Midwife Service Scheme Niger State. Aug 2010-date.
Member, Niger State Health Data Consultative Committee, 2008-date.
Pioneer Chairman, Iseyin Development Association, Bida Niger State, 2012-date.
x. Grand Patron II, National Association of Health Information Management Students (NAHIMS), Niger State Branch.
Member, Clinical Services Advisory Committee FMC Bida (2006-date).
Secretary/Member, Health Records Committee FMC Bida (2006-date).
Member, Human Resources Development Committee FMC Bida (2006-2012).
xii. Pioneer Chairman, Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria, Niger State Branch, 2008- date.
xiv. Secretary, FMCB Muslim Community (Islamic Medical Association of Nigeria), FMC, Bida. 2001-date.
Invited Talks
5. Adeleke IT, Data security, safety, privacy and disaster management in electronic health records. At the 1st Capacity building workshop on electronic health records organized by the Health Records Officers’ Registration Board of Nigeria. At Nostalgia Hotel & Resort Lokoja, Kogi State. 22nd – 26th April, 2013.
2. Adeleke IT, Effects of religious activities at Federal Medical Centre, Bida: Islamic perspectives. At the Induction program for the newly employed FMCB Staff. At the FMCB Conference Hall, Bida. August 2009 and repeated in May 2011 at Bida, and in April 2012 at Gawu Babangida.
3. Adeleke IT, The role of Health Information Managers in patient management. At the induction program for the newly employed FMCB Staff. At the FMCB Conference Hall, Bida and Zungeru CHC. August 2009
1. Adeleke IT, Handling patients’ health records and information: My roles as FMCB staff. At the Induction program for the newly employed FMCB Staff. At the FMCB Conference Hall, Bida. 16th - 27th May 2011
14. Adeleke IT, Malaria Scourge and the role of Muslim Ummah. At the 3rd Niger State Chapter Symposium of the Islamic Health Students’ Association of Nigeria (IHSAN) held at School of Midwifery, Minna. 11th Mar 2006.
4. Adeleke IT, Appropriate Documentation. At the Maiden Seminar of the Health Information Managers’ Association of Nigeria (HIMAN), FMCB Chapter. At FMCB Conference Hall, Bida. 1st Nov 2006.
5. Adeleke IT, IMAN Cooperative Society at a Glance. At the Induction program for the newly employed FMCB Staff. At the FMCB Conference Hall, Bida. Jul 2006, repeated in Nov 2007, August 2009 and May 2011 and repeated at Gawu Babangida in April 2012.
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