Dr Josephine Adekola

  • Lecturer in Strategy Communication/Science and Technology Policy (Management)
  • Associate (School of Health & Wellbeing)

Biography

Dr. Josephine Adekola is a lecturer on strategy communication/science and technology policy and is interested in disaster risks, risk communication, risk assessment, community engagement, and community resilience. Dr Adekola's research explores how stakeholders might collaboratively use science to create opportunities and solve societal problems for sustainable, resilient, and inclusive communities through enhanced understanding, policy, and behavioural changes.

Website: Public Debate Research Project  

YouTube: Dr Josephine Adekiola 

SCOTLAND AFRICAN VOICES 

Dr Adekola is the Principal Investigator on Scotland African Voices (SAV). SAV is working towards building a cultural shift that creates a fair and accountable society for the most disadvantaged communities. Our primary objective is to raise awareness about how negative experiences within one system affect perceptions of other systems within marginalised communities. Through empirical research, we seek to equip advocates with a better understanding of the real-life experiences of Scotland's African, Caribean and Black (ACB) communities in areas that are critical social determinants of health and how they affect public health messaging. Additionally, we aim to bring together researchers, policymakers, and industry practitioners to build trust and improve public messaging. 

SAV is shortlisted for Scottish knowledge exchange awards for the 'making a social difference' category and the Research Project of the Year in the Heralds Award.

 

The TRUST project

The TRUST project builds on SAV and will develop practical interventions that foster trust and collaboration between ACB communities and public agencies such as the NHS, Public Health Scotland, and Government officials. This collaboration will help coordinate efforts and co-create practical solutions to address health inequalities.

Impact and Engagement

  • 2023: Written Evidence by Dr Josephine Adekola to the UK parliament - Health and Social Care Committee's inquiry, Prevention in Health and Social Care. https://committees.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/117423/pdf/
    2023 Mar. Lunch Time Learning Session with Q&A to discuss insight from Scotland African Voices Film in partnership with Public Health Scotland.
    2023 May. SAV Community Film Screening Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh, in partnership with Bob Doris, Member of the Scottish Parliament.
    2023 Apr. Stirling SAV Community Film Screening in partnership with Redeem Christian Church of God, Stirling.
    2023 Apr. Dundee SAV Community Film Screening in partnership with Nigerian Community Scotland, Dundee.
    2023 Mar. Aberdeen SAV Community Film Screening in partnership with African Women Group, Aberdeen.
    2023 Mar. Edinburgh SAV Community Film Screening in partnership with Project Esperanza, Edinburgh.
    2023 Mar. Glasgow SAV Community Film Screening in partnership with Esther company Glasgow.
  • 2022 Oct. Film premiere: Scotland’s African Voices: The COVID-19 Vaccine Debate in partnership with Challenges in Changing Cities IRT, Cogito Epistemology Research Centre, Scottish Government, Public Health Scotland and Jezreel.
  • 2022: Documentary film: ‘Scotland, African Voices: The COVID-19 Vaccine Debate’. The documentary aims to address health inequalities and save lives by encouraging vaccine take-up in the Scottish, African, Caribbean, and Black communities and highlighting social-epistemological obstacles amongst barriers to vaccination for these communities.

Partners: Sarah Gilbert and the Vaccine Knowledge Group (University of Oxford), Emma Thompson (the MRC Centre for Virus Research), Mona Simion (Cogito Epistemology Research Center), Deji Bolarinwa (University of Ilorin, Nigeria), Duncan Pritchard (the University of California Irvine), Ilan Kelman (University College London, Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction), Jason Leitch (National Clinical Director, the Scottish Government), Claire Cameron (Public Health Scotland), Pastor Yinka and Adefolake Adesina (Fountain of Living Water, RCCG, Ayr), pRESPECT Hub Edinburgh, Sharpen Her: the African Women's Network (SHAWM), Glasgow Black and Scot, Aberdeen Jezreel Consultancy.

  • 2022 Oct. Vaccine Inclusive Steering Group Research Presentation. COVID-19 Vaccine Debate Research within Scotland African and Caribbean communities.
    2022 Oct. BBC News recorded an interview on 'Reasons for Vaccine Hesitancy and Way Forward'.
    2022 Aug. BEMIS/SG Joint Research Launch Event. COVID-19 Vaccine Experience and Hesitancy Within African, Caribbean, and Black Communities In Scotland.
    2022 Aug. Community event: ‘COVID-19 Experience and Vaccine Hesitancy, Ayr’. Public Debate Project, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, in partnership with Fountain of Living Water, Ayr.
    2022 June. Community event: ‘COVID-19 Experience and Vaccine Hesitancy, Aberdeen’. Public Debate Project, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, in partnership with Black and Scot, Aberdeen.
    2022 Apr. Community event: ‘COVID-19 Experience and Vaccine Hesitancy, Glasgow’. Public Debate Project, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, in partnership with Sharpen Her: African Women Network (SHAWN).
    2022 Apr. Community event: ‘COVID-19 Experience and Vaccine Hesitancy, Edinburgh’. Public Debate Project, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow, in partnership with PRESPECT HUB CIC, Edinburgh.
    2022 Oct. THE NIGERIAN PRIDE | Interview with Dr Josephine Adekola. COVID-19 Research and Vaccine hesitancy. Jambo Radio Scotland.
    2021 Dec. Vaccine Inclusive Steering Group Research Presentation. COVID-19 Vaccine experience in Scotland’s African and Caribbean communities.
    2021 Oct. THE NIGERIAN PRIDE | Interview with Dr Josephine Adekola. COVID-19 Research and Vaccine Hesitancy. Jambo Radio Scotland.
    2021 Oct. BBC news. I recorded an interview on 'Reasons for Vaccine Hesitancy and Way Forward'.
    2021 Jul. BBC news. I recorded an interview on vaccine hesitancy in Black and Asian communities in Scotland.
  • 2019: Science festival: ‘What will I do card’ card game. Transport Museum Glasgow

Research interests

Dr Adekola is a member of the School's Strategy and Technology Management research cluster.

Area of expertise

  • Disaster risk management
  • Community resilience
  • Risk communication
  • Social amplification of risk 
  • Public engagement
  • Science and technology policy

Publications

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Number of items: 33.

2024

Adekola, O. A. and Adekola, J. (2024) Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) as a strategic recovery planning process. In: Research Handbook on Flood Risk Management. Edward Elgar, pp. 275-290. ISBN 978183910297 (In Press)

2022

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, D. , Okey-Adibe, T. and Audu, J. (2022) Strategies to build trust and COVID-19 vaccine confidence and engagement among minority groups in Scotland. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 13(6), pp. 890-902. (doi: 10.1007/s13753-022-00458-7) (PMCID:PMC9743126)

Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Adekola, J. (2022) Lessons learned from COVID-19 and the implications for resilience research, policy and practice. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 30(3), pp. 226-230. (doi: 10.1111/1468-5973.12413)

Adekola, J. , Audu, J. G., Okey-Adibe, T. and Abubakar, A. (2022) COVID-19 Vaccine Experience and Hesitancy Within African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) Communities In Scotland. Project Report. BEMIS.

2021

Dairo, M., Adekola, J. , Apostolopoulos, C. and Tsaramirsis, G. (2021) Benchmarking strategic alignment of business and IT strategies: opportunities, risks, challenges and solutions. International Journal of Information Technology, 13(6), pp. 2191-2197. (doi: 10.1007/s41870-021-00815-7) (PMID:34642649) (PMCID:PMC8497189)

Adekola, J. (2021) Building back a disaster-resilient society after COVID-19. [Audio]

Adekola, J. , Renaud, F. and Hill, C. (2021) Risk information sources for snow disaster risk preparedness in Scotland. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 12, pp. 854-866. (doi: 10.1007/s13753-021-00386-y)

Adekola, J. , Siddiqui, N. and Barlow, A. (2021) Underlying structures of power in online learning: lessons from early adopters. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 9(2), pp. 16-28.

Barlow, A., Adekola, J. and Siddiqui, N. (2021) Current and future online and blended learning provisions. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 9(2), pp. 39-53.

Dale, V. , Adekola, J. , Tasler, N. and Murray, J.-A. (2021) JPAAP 9(2) Editorial: Transitions to remote and blended learning. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 9(2), pp. 1-2. (doi: 10.14297/jpaap.v9i2.512)

2020

Adekola, J. , Siddiqui, N. and Barlow, A. (2020) The roles of senior management in online and blended learning. Teaching and Learning Conference 2020, 7 July 2020.

Adekola, J. and Clelland, D. (2020) Two sides of the same coin: business resilience and community resilience. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 28(1), pp. 50-60. (doi: 10.1111/1468-5973.12275)

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2020) Inherent complexities of a multi-stakeholder approach to building community resilience. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 11, pp. 32-45. (doi: 10.1007/s13753-020-00246-1)

Adekola, J. (2020) Power and Risk in Policymaking: Understanding Public Health Debates. Palgrave Pivot: Cham. ISBN 978-3-030-19313-3 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-19314-0)

2019

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2019) Light me up: power and expertise in risk communication and policy-making in the e-cigarette health debates. Journal of Risk Research, 22(10), pp. 1294-1308. (doi: 10.1080/13669877.2018.1473463)

2018

Adekola, J. (2018) Resilience from a lived-experience perspective in the regional context of Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 31, pp. 441-448. (doi: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2018.06.006)

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2018) Building community resilience to natural hazards: Lessons from Katrina. Other. National Centre for Resilience (NCR). (Unpublished)

2017

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. H.M. and Gardiner, K. (2017) Development of an institutional framework to guide transitions into enhanced blended learning in higher education. Research in Learning Technology, 25, 1973. (doi: 10.25304/rlt.v25.1973)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. , Gardiner, K., Murray, J.-A. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2017) Institutional and Student Transitions Into Enhanced Blended Learning. 3rd International Enhancement in Higher Education Conference, Glasgow, UK, 06-08 Jun 2017.

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. , Powell, K. and Gardiner, K. (2017) Student transitions to blended learning – challenges and solutions (workshop). Gearing Up 2017 Conference, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 09 Mar 2017.

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, M., Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Adekola, O. A. (2017) Health risks from environmental degradation in the Niger Delta, Nigeria. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 35(2), pp. 334-354. (doi: 10.1177/0263774X16661720)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. H.M. , Gardiner, K. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2017) Student transitions to blended learning: an institutional case study. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 5(2), pp. 58-65. (doi: 10.14297/jpaap.v5i2.273)

2016

Adekola, J. (2016) The social construction of risk as it relates to policy making. Society for Risk Analysis Europe Conference 2016, Bath, UK, 20-22 Jun 2016. (Unpublished)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. H.M. and Gardiner, K. (2016) Student experiences of transitions into blended learning. 2016 Enhancement Themes Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 9 Jun 2016. (Unpublished)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. H.M. and Gardiner, K. (2016) Student transitions in blended learning. Stirling Learning and Teaching Conference 2016: Changing Places: Student Transitions in Higher Education, Stirling, UK, 20 Apr 2016. (Unpublished)

Fischbacher-Smith, M., MacVicar, A., Adekola, J. , McEwan, M. , Cheng, M., Dendrinos, P., Pringle Barnes, G., Milner, M. and Kerr, J. (2016) Supporting Student Transition from Glasgow International College. In: University of Glasgow 8th Annual Learning & Teaching Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, 14 Apr 2015, (Unpublished)

2015

Adekola, J. (2015) Spaces of disagreement – the role of communication and trust in public deliberation of risk. Science, Policy and Society - Bridging the Gap Between Risk and Science: The 24th SRA-Europe Conference, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 15-17 Jun 2015. (Unpublished)

Fischbacher-Smith, M., MacVicar, A., McEwan, M. , Cheng, M., Dendrinos, P., Adekola, J. , Pringle Barnes, G., Kerr, J. and Milner, M. (2015) Supporting international students' transition from pathway programmes: a study of the University of Glasgow. In: International Enhancement Themes Conference: Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education, Glasgow, Scotland, 11-13 Jun 2013,

Adekola, J. (2015) Rethinking communication and trust in public deliberation of risk. Business and Management Pathway PhD Colloquium 2015: Social Scientists at Large: Achieving Impact in and outside of Academia, Aberdeen, UK, 09-10 Apr 2015. (Unpublished)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. , Gardiner, K. and Murray, J.M.D. (2015) Staff Experiences of Transitions Into Blended Learning. Evaluations of e-learner Experiences Special Interest Group Meeting, Aberdeen, UK, 2015.

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. , Gardiner, K. and Murray, J.M.D. (2015) Teachers Experiences of e-learning. Evaluations of e-learner Experiences Special Interest Group Meeting, St. Andrews, UK, 2015.

2014

Adekola, J. (2014) The roles of expertise and power in risk communication. Business and Management Pathway Colloquium Spring 2014, Stirling, UK, 28-29 Apr 2014. (Unpublished)

Dendrinos, P., Fischbacher-Smith, M., Milner, M., MacVicar, A., McEwan, M. , Cheng, M., Pringle Barnes, G., Dudau, A. , Kerr, J. and Adekola, J. (2014) Supporting GIC Students’ Transition to Year 2 on the MA Social Sciences: Acculturation Strategies, Social Media and Mentoring. In: Eighth Annual Foundation Year Network Conference, Loughborough University, UK, 10-11 Jul 2014,

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Number of items: 33.

Articles

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, D. , Okey-Adibe, T. and Audu, J. (2022) Strategies to build trust and COVID-19 vaccine confidence and engagement among minority groups in Scotland. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 13(6), pp. 890-902. (doi: 10.1007/s13753-022-00458-7) (PMCID:PMC9743126)

Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Adekola, J. (2022) Lessons learned from COVID-19 and the implications for resilience research, policy and practice. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 30(3), pp. 226-230. (doi: 10.1111/1468-5973.12413)

Dairo, M., Adekola, J. , Apostolopoulos, C. and Tsaramirsis, G. (2021) Benchmarking strategic alignment of business and IT strategies: opportunities, risks, challenges and solutions. International Journal of Information Technology, 13(6), pp. 2191-2197. (doi: 10.1007/s41870-021-00815-7) (PMID:34642649) (PMCID:PMC8497189)

Adekola, J. , Renaud, F. and Hill, C. (2021) Risk information sources for snow disaster risk preparedness in Scotland. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 12, pp. 854-866. (doi: 10.1007/s13753-021-00386-y)

Adekola, J. , Siddiqui, N. and Barlow, A. (2021) Underlying structures of power in online learning: lessons from early adopters. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 9(2), pp. 16-28.

Barlow, A., Adekola, J. and Siddiqui, N. (2021) Current and future online and blended learning provisions. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 9(2), pp. 39-53.

Dale, V. , Adekola, J. , Tasler, N. and Murray, J.-A. (2021) JPAAP 9(2) Editorial: Transitions to remote and blended learning. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 9(2), pp. 1-2. (doi: 10.14297/jpaap.v9i2.512)

Adekola, J. and Clelland, D. (2020) Two sides of the same coin: business resilience and community resilience. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 28(1), pp. 50-60. (doi: 10.1111/1468-5973.12275)

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2020) Inherent complexities of a multi-stakeholder approach to building community resilience. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 11, pp. 32-45. (doi: 10.1007/s13753-020-00246-1)

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2019) Light me up: power and expertise in risk communication and policy-making in the e-cigarette health debates. Journal of Risk Research, 22(10), pp. 1294-1308. (doi: 10.1080/13669877.2018.1473463)

Adekola, J. (2018) Resilience from a lived-experience perspective in the regional context of Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 31, pp. 441-448. (doi: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2018.06.006)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. H.M. and Gardiner, K. (2017) Development of an institutional framework to guide transitions into enhanced blended learning in higher education. Research in Learning Technology, 25, 1973. (doi: 10.25304/rlt.v25.1973)

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, M., Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Adekola, O. A. (2017) Health risks from environmental degradation in the Niger Delta, Nigeria. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 35(2), pp. 334-354. (doi: 10.1177/0263774X16661720)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. H.M. , Gardiner, K. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2017) Student transitions to blended learning: an institutional case study. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 5(2), pp. 58-65. (doi: 10.14297/jpaap.v5i2.273)

Books

Adekola, J. (2020) Power and Risk in Policymaking: Understanding Public Health Debates. Palgrave Pivot: Cham. ISBN 978-3-030-19313-3 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-19314-0)

Book Sections

Adekola, O. A. and Adekola, J. (2024) Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) as a strategic recovery planning process. In: Research Handbook on Flood Risk Management. Edward Elgar, pp. 275-290. ISBN 978183910297 (In Press)

Research Reports or Papers

Adekola, J. , Audu, J. G., Okey-Adibe, T. and Abubakar, A. (2022) COVID-19 Vaccine Experience and Hesitancy Within African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) Communities In Scotland. Project Report. BEMIS.

Adekola, J. , Fischbacher-Smith, D. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2018) Building community resilience to natural hazards: Lessons from Katrina. Other. National Centre for Resilience (NCR). (Unpublished)

Conference or Workshop Item

Adekola, J. , Siddiqui, N. and Barlow, A. (2020) The roles of senior management in online and blended learning. Teaching and Learning Conference 2020, 7 July 2020.

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. , Gardiner, K., Murray, J.-A. and Fischbacher-Smith, M. (2017) Institutional and Student Transitions Into Enhanced Blended Learning. 3rd International Enhancement in Higher Education Conference, Glasgow, UK, 06-08 Jun 2017.

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. , Powell, K. and Gardiner, K. (2017) Student transitions to blended learning – challenges and solutions (workshop). Gearing Up 2017 Conference, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 09 Mar 2017.

Adekola, J. (2016) The social construction of risk as it relates to policy making. Society for Risk Analysis Europe Conference 2016, Bath, UK, 20-22 Jun 2016. (Unpublished)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. H.M. and Gardiner, K. (2016) Student experiences of transitions into blended learning. 2016 Enhancement Themes Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 9 Jun 2016. (Unpublished)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. H.M. and Gardiner, K. (2016) Student transitions in blended learning. Stirling Learning and Teaching Conference 2016: Changing Places: Student Transitions in Higher Education, Stirling, UK, 20 Apr 2016. (Unpublished)

Adekola, J. (2015) Spaces of disagreement – the role of communication and trust in public deliberation of risk. Science, Policy and Society - Bridging the Gap Between Risk and Science: The 24th SRA-Europe Conference, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 15-17 Jun 2015. (Unpublished)

Adekola, J. (2015) Rethinking communication and trust in public deliberation of risk. Business and Management Pathway PhD Colloquium 2015: Social Scientists at Large: Achieving Impact in and outside of Academia, Aberdeen, UK, 09-10 Apr 2015. (Unpublished)

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. , Gardiner, K. and Murray, J.M.D. (2015) Staff Experiences of Transitions Into Blended Learning. Evaluations of e-learner Experiences Special Interest Group Meeting, Aberdeen, UK, 2015.

Adekola, J. , Dale, V. , Gardiner, K. and Murray, J.M.D. (2015) Teachers Experiences of e-learning. Evaluations of e-learner Experiences Special Interest Group Meeting, St. Andrews, UK, 2015.

Adekola, J. (2014) The roles of expertise and power in risk communication. Business and Management Pathway Colloquium Spring 2014, Stirling, UK, 28-29 Apr 2014. (Unpublished)

Conference Proceedings

Fischbacher-Smith, M., MacVicar, A., Adekola, J. , McEwan, M. , Cheng, M., Dendrinos, P., Pringle Barnes, G., Milner, M. and Kerr, J. (2016) Supporting Student Transition from Glasgow International College. In: University of Glasgow 8th Annual Learning & Teaching Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, 14 Apr 2015, (Unpublished)

Fischbacher-Smith, M., MacVicar, A., McEwan, M. , Cheng, M., Dendrinos, P., Adekola, J. , Pringle Barnes, G., Kerr, J. and Milner, M. (2015) Supporting international students' transition from pathway programmes: a study of the University of Glasgow. In: International Enhancement Themes Conference: Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education, Glasgow, Scotland, 11-13 Jun 2013,

Dendrinos, P., Fischbacher-Smith, M., Milner, M., MacVicar, A., McEwan, M. , Cheng, M., Pringle Barnes, G., Dudau, A. , Kerr, J. and Adekola, J. (2014) Supporting GIC Students’ Transition to Year 2 on the MA Social Sciences: Acculturation Strategies, Social Media and Mentoring. In: Eighth Annual Foundation Year Network Conference, Loughborough University, UK, 10-11 Jul 2014,

Audio

Adekola, J. (2021) Building back a disaster-resilient society after COVID-19. [Audio]

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Grants

  • Adekola J. (2023): Maternal Return Fund - £10,000.00.
  • Adekola J. (2023): Community Film Screening: Creating a shared understanding of the science and risk of COVID-19 vaccines to inform vaccine confidence and uptake within Scotland's African and Caribbean communities. Glasgow Knowledge Exchange Funds - £20761.80
  • Adekola J., Gray C. and Simion M. (2023) Addressing accessibility issues to health and social care services among African and Caribbean communities in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. College Research Funds - £5000.00
  • Adekola J. (2022) "What is the science and data behind COVID-19 vaccines": Addressing concerns and curiosities of African, Caribbean, and Black communities in Scotland. IAA Impact funding, University of Glasgow - £10,000.00.
  • Adekola J. (2022) The ontology and epistemology of risk communication. ASBS Research Pump-Priming Fund - £3000.00
  • Adekola J. and Simion M. (2022) The epistemological dimensions of risk communication and science engagement. ArtsLab - £2500.00.
  • Adekola J. (2022) COVID-19 vaccine experience and hesitancy within Scotland's African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) communities. BEMIS (Scotland) - £3000.00.

Supervision

Dr Adekola's is interested in supervising PhD research in disaster risk management, risk communication, community resilience, and vaccine or stakeholders engagement.

Teaching

  • Management issues and controversies
  • Operational risk management

Research datasets

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2018

Adekola, J. (2018) Resilience from a lived experience perspective in the regional context of Dumfries and Galloway. [Data Collection]

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Additional information

Recent conference full paper presentation

  • Adekola J. (2022) Strategies to Build Trust and COVID-19 Vaccine Engagement and Confidence. IRSPM Conference.
  • Adekola J. (2022) Medical Populism and vaccine hesitancy and way forward. A survey of ethnic minority communities in Scotland. BAM Conference 2022
  • Adekola J. (2022) Working paper: A conceptual understanding of social equity in public engagement regarding science and technology policy. BAM Conference 2022