Ayomide Oluseye is currently a PhD Researcher at the Open University, UK. She holds a B.Sc Degree in Psychology from the Redeemer's University Nigeria and an M.Sc Degree in Public Health from the Bournemouth University, UK. Previously, she has worked as a research assistant at a Nigerian research laboratory, the Institute of Public Health, Obafemi Awolowo University and the Department of Mental Health, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
Ayomide's research interests lie in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Her research work centers on exploring the experiences of teenage mothers in relation to teenage pregnancy and motherhood. She is also interested in qualitative methods.
Ayomide's research is particularly focused on deconstructing teenage pregnancy and motherhood as a problem in Nigeria. She is also interested in providing insights into teenage pregnancy and motherhood from the perspectives of teenage mothers in Nigeria.
“I really wanted to abort”: Desire for abortion, failed abortion and forced motherhood in South-Western Nigeria (2021)
Oluseye, Ayomide; Waterhouse, Philippa and Hoggart, Lesley
Global Public Health ((Early Access))
Exploring The Lived Experiences Of Unmarried Young Mothers In South-Western Nigeria (2021-06-23)
Oluseye, Ayomide Oreoluwa
PhD thesis The Open University