Sunday Adaji MBBS, FWACS, MSc
Sunday Adaji MBBS, FWACS, MSc is a Clinical Lecturer in Maternal and Newborn Health in the International Public Health Department and currently lectures on the Diploma in Reproductive Health (DRH) and Masters in Sexual and Reproductive Health (MISRH) courses as well as convene the MIPH-SRH module “Quality improvement in Maternal and Newborn Health”.
Sunday was Senior Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria and has over 15 years’ experience of obstetrics practice in low-resource settings in Africa. He has trained physicians and other healthcare workers in a range of technical areas, with emphasis on maternal and neonatal health and integration with HIV/AIDS services. He also has over 10 years’ experience providing technical assistance to international public health programs in Northern Nigeria.
As a researcher, Sunday has carried out operations and clinical research in reproductive health, including research at the community level and programme evaluations. He is currently involved in involved in interventions to improve the quality of maternal and newborn health care in selected African and Asian countries and the maternal morbidity study which is a collaboration between the Centre for Maternal and Newborn Health and the WHO.