Nurudeen Adesina

Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care

School:School of Allied Health

Location: Chelmsford

Areas of Expertise: Public health

Nurudeen is a Public Health expert with outstanding teaching portfolio, field and research experience. He has particular interest in the development of evidence-based and human-centred digital health platforms for improving health outcomes.

nurudeen.adesina@aru.ac.uk

Background

Nurudeen started his Public Health practice in Africa with extensive engagement in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of health interventions across wide variety of community and demographics. He commenced his career in academics at Bournemouth University before joining Anglia Ruskin University as a lecturer in Public Health.

Nurudeen obtained a MSc in Public Health from the University of Bedfordshire, and his PhD research at Bournemouth University centred on development of evidence-based framework for dietary digital tools for lifestyle management of Gestational Diabetes.

Outside his area of special interest, Nurudeen’s expertise cuts across other areas of health interventions such as management and prevention of Drug-Resistance Tuberculosis, monitoring and evaluation of health interventions and bioethics. Nurudeen is a fellow of Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH), UK.

Spoken Languages

  • English
  • Yoruba

Research interests

  • Public health
  • Human-Centred Design
  • Public health nutrition
  • Global health
  • Health promotion
  • Diabetes

Teaching

  • Public Health
  • Health Communication
  • Promoting Health and Wellbeing

Qualifications

  • PhD – Public Health, Bournemouth University (completion due 2022)
  • MSc Public Health – University of Bedfordshire

Memberships, editorial boards

Fellow Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH)

Selected recent publications

Adesina, N., Dogan, H., Green, S. and Tsofliou, F., 2021. Effectiveness and Usability of Digital Tools to Support Dietary Self-Management of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Review. Nutrients, 14(1), p.10.

Ekong, A., Adesina, N., Regmi, P., Tsofliou, F., Wood, J. and Taylor, J., 2022. Barriers and Facilitators to the recruitment of Black African women for research in the UK: Hard to engage and not hard to reach. Midirs Midwifery Digest, 32(2), pp.153-159.