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Dr. Jamila A. Dikko

Dr. Jamila Aliyu Dikko


Dr. Jamila A. Dikko is a well-trained medical professional. She graduated from the University of Manchester UK in 2011 with dual degrees in Medicine and Surgery (MBBS). Prior to her medical scholarship, she attended Abbey College also in Manchester from 2004-2006. Between August 2021 and February 2022, she was a Neurology Clinical Teaching Fellow at Nottingham University Hospitals in the UK. From 2020 to 2021, Dr. Dikko took up a Locum Appointment for Service Neurology Registrar at Nottingham University Hospitals, and Royal Derby Hospital. From 2016 until 2017, she served for the mandatory NYSC scheme at the Internal Medicine Department, of the State House Medical Centre, Abuja. And from 2013 to 2015 she became a Core Medical Trainee at Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust and Salford Royal Foundation Trust, UK. Dr. Dikko also served as Foundation Year 2 Trainee at the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay, between 2012 and 2013. She served in the same capacity during her Foundation Year. While serving at this level she focused on Acute Medicine/Rehabilitation Medicine, General Surgery, General Medicine/Oncology. In March 2011 she earned another layer of experience from Tawam Hospital, Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates. In February 2011 Dr. Dikko also worked at the National Hospital for Women and Children, Abuja.


She was also variously engaged in medical volunteerism at different locations in Nigeria and

around the world. In September 2006, she volunteered at the Wythenshawe Hospital in

Manchester. The opportunity to serve at this hospital greatly improved her communication skills and gave her valuable insights into ward-based care. Her productive two-week placement at the National Hospital for Women and Children, Abuja with a week each in General Surgery and General Medicine also heightened her passion for volunteerism. For two years (2017- 2019), Dr. Dikko also worked with the Medical Team at the International Center for Islamic Culture and Education (ICICE), Abuja. Her participation as a member of the medical team offered routine medical services for students and staff.



1.June 2018: Multiple teaching sessions with Nottingham University Medical Students,

Secondary School Students from Greater Heights Academy, Abuja.

  1. May 2017: ATSP Teaching session to Foundation/Housemanship doctors, State House

Medical Center, Abuja.

  1. 2012–2013: Conducted formal teaching for 2nd year Medical Students from Lancaster

University, UK.

  1. Foundation Led Teaching Session (2012-2013).
  2. 2011: Training Course on Problem Based Learning (PBL) Facilitation.
  3. Training Course on ATSP Session Facilitation (2012).



▪ An Evidence-Based Approach to the Diagnosis and Management of Migraines in Adults in the Primary Care and General Neurology Setting. Stanford University Online. February 2023.

▪ Fundamentals of Neuroscience, Part 3: The Brain. Harvardx Online. February 2023.

▪ Leadership and Management Course. Radcliffe Learning. Birmingham. 23rd November 2012.

▪ Acute and General Medicine (AGM) Conference. Excel, London. November 2014

▪ Acute and General Medicine (AGM) Conference. Olympia, London. 21-22nd November 2012.

▪ Acute and General Medicine (AGM) Conference, Excel, London, November 2019

▪ National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) 8th annual conference. BT Convention Centre,

Liverpool. 4-7th November, 2012.

▪ Regional update in Medicine, Autumn 2012. Royal Blackburn Hospital, Blackburn. England.

27th September 2012.

▪ Recent advances in paediatrics and Tim David prize. Royal Society of Medicine, London.

England. 19th June 2012.