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Ibraheem Olasunkanmi Qoseem

Health Journalist

Member since Jul 2023

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Ibraheem Olasunkanmi Qoseem is a medical laboratory scientist by training and health journalist by passion. He is passionate about making change in healthcare system through health journalism and thoughtful leadership.

He is a cofounder, Premium Health and Educational Consultancy(PHEC), a start up firm that is aimed at filling health gaps in all sphere influence. He is currently director of media and publicity for Champions' Educational Foundation(CEF) and former director of media and publicity for Fatimah Ibrahim Opeyemi Foundation(FIO) and Green Africa Youth Initiative. He is also a freelance reporter to many media platforms.

Qoseem is a 2021 fellow of Global Health Emerging Leaders Program (GHELP), and a 2022 fellow Emerging Thoughts Leaders Public Health (ETPH). He is an Alumnus of Tekedia institute and Formazione Business School. And an intern at Inspiration Publisher an health journalism medium and a former intern at Radio SBS, Ilorin.

He is a recipient of many awards including but not limited to Fatimah Ibrahim Opeyemi Foundation Writer of the Year 2020; winner of Smart Leadership School essay competition, 2021; Writer of The Year, 2021 KWASU; Writer of the Year, 2021 Nigeria Medical Laboratory Science Students Association, KWASU and One of the 30 Most Outstanding Students of KWASU, 2021.

He believes that responsibility of nation building isn't limited to government alone but a collective effort of all and sundry that is why he practically take action through community development. He is also sustainable development goals advocate, problem solver, serial volunteer and certified health safety environment officer.

He loves reading and writing, and when he is not doing anything, he watches football.

1- "We lost our marital joy after, he was diagnosed of sickle cell disease" parents say

This feature story covered the agony of parents nursing sickle cell disease child. I deepened down the major cause why Nigeria has highest number of cases in the world. I also ensured to get the view of expert and profferr solutions to the issue.

https://www.ripplesnigeria.com/feature-we-lost-our-marital-joy-after-he-was-diagnosed-of-sickle-cell-disease-parents-lament-ordeal-of-caring-for-sick-child/?fbclid=IwAR0iA8pPOVer7R9tPNQkvFwW-xfbGUVl7vO1_uPAUbpCSooTLLxWCxOVGog


2- Why Should I go to Hospital to Treat Ordinary Malaria, When I can get Same Result From Chemist?” Parent Says

This story reported the uncivil behavior of the populace toward antimalarial drugs and how it contribute to global health challenge especially in the eradication of malaria disease.
https://www.tracknews.ng/health/why-should-i-go-to-hospital-to-treat-ordinary-malaria-when-i-can-get-same-result-from-chemist-parent-says/?fbclid=IwAR2uyAN7xk4ecMnPsyX_o4R3Bx7Af90KQM_yqjM8_Q87mP15u5B5dN0wrew

3- "People's Behavior Toward Antibiotics Misuse, can be Influenced with Right Information" Groups Say

In this report, I covered how NGOs are trying to create behavioural change communication approach to curtain the spread of antimicrobial resistance through infographics in over 50 local languages.

https://www.tracknews.ng/health/peoples-behavior-toward-antibiotics-misuse-can-be-influenced-with-right-information-groups-say/?fbclid=IwAR200nkpSZfNWODwa7AW_CyABDPKmLJKtHmOUMCQfdbHBf0bhEG8CU5WF9o

4- Monkeypox: Expert Calls For Upgrade Capability Of Laboratories For Detection

This resport bridge gap on the information gap on monkey pox disease at the time it was increasingly alarming among Nigeria populace.

https://sciencenigeria.com/monkeypox-expert-calls-for-upgrade-capability-of-laboratories-for-detection/?fbclid=IwAR137MVexVauDbJx97OwTqGHWq3nCuf45AoPs0zrlI1zYKVKf5wNAUidbWM

5- HEALTH“Being Sickle Cell Disease Advocate Alone isn’t Enough, Taking Practical Approaches Make Difference” Groups Say

On this report, I documented how NGOs are addressing sickle cell challenges in Nigeria and other health important issues.
https://www.tracknews.ng/health/being-sickle-cell-disease-advocate-alone-isnt-enough-taking-practical-approaches-make-difference-groups-say/?fbclid=IwAR3a0RMw4gkYSVEbLE7uPzfHGK1bXeglY6NqVd1QFDMd5HBoZlQf2R06lsU

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