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  • Film | Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi

    Film I am a self taught videographer who has created films that raise awareness about health inequities, teach the lay public about health information. I have also created promotional videos for health tech companies. All Videos Play Video Play Video 05:43 Iris Fistula Project Short film about two high school student's journey to end fistula. www.irisfistulaproject.org Play Video Play Video 01:22 Black Motherhood through the Lens Trailer Black Motherhood through the Lens is a documentary series produced and directed by Ade Osinubi, a documentary filmmaker and third year medical student. This series is about four Black women's experiences navigating the reproductive and maternal healthcare system from conception to postpartum. The women in this series have experienced miscarriage, lack of access to fertility care due to being uninsured, fears about childbirth, and postpartum depression and anxiety. Black women face a multitude of disparities when it comes to infertility, fertility care access, maternal mortality outcomes, and postpartum mood disorders. These disparities are not due to biological differences but they are attributed to the systemic bias and inequalities that continue to plague the United States. This documentary series features the stories of four women, who despite these challenges and inequities, boldly pursued their dreams of Black motherhood. For more information about this film, please visit www.blackmotherhoodfilm.com #Blackwomen #pregnancy #postpartum #infertility #postpartumdepression #childbirth #maternalmortality Play Video Play Video 01:19 Ximedica: Adapting a Laparoscopic Instrument for Robotics Play Video Play Video 01:03 Ximedica: Scaling Up a Robotics Engineering Team while Maintaning Quality and Execution Ximedica is one the best amongst medical device development companies. It has over 30 years of experience in point of care testing devices. Play Video Play Video 00:51 Justina Mom Unity Testimonial Justina Mom Unity Testimonial Play Video Play Video 05:48 F.I.T Reads: Let's Stay Active, Plotting Heart Rates Play Video Play Video 01:58 Momunity Mission and Founder Story Melissa, the founder and CEO of momunity shares her vision for the future of maternity care and her why for creating a platform to connect moms with the care and support they need in their local community. It takes village. Find yours! Play Video Play Video 02:19 F.I.T Reads Cartoon F.I.T. Club is a nonprofit organization that promotes health and wellness for children of all ages using literacy and collaborative approaches in schools, afterschool programs, and in the home Play Video Play Video 00:54 Meet OctoVie Skin Care Brush's Founder Learn more about the OctoVie Skin Care Brush from founder Pamela Auger! Load More

  • Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi

    Visionary. Creator. Leader. Advocate. WELCOME Hello, my name is Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi, MD and I am an Emergency Medicine Resident Physician at the University of Pennsylvania. I am the producer and filmmaker of Black Motherhood through the Lens , an award winning documentary about four Black women's experiences in navigating the reproductive healthcare system amidst racial health disparities that I created as a full time medical student. My middle name, Enitan, means storyteller and I have been enthralled with storytelling from a young age.. Throughout my life, I have been used my passion for storytelling to raise awareness about health inequities and elevate the voices of minoritized communities in medicine and beyond. I have used film, photography, and writing as mediums to advance this mission. My daily mission is to make the field of medicine a safer and more equitable space for patients of all backgrounds. ​ Thank you for visiting my site and I hope that we can all work to make the world a more equitable place. Read More Here Honors and Awards Selected Honors and Awards NMQF 40 Under 40 Leader in Minority Health Award Read More Here 2018 Forbes Under 30 Scholar Read More Here Kaiser Permanente Northern California Medical Student Scholar Black Health Connect 40 Under 40 Award Class of 2023 Read More Here 2021 AMA Physicians of Tomorrow Scholar Read More Here NIH Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health BAI 2021 & 2022 Grant Warren Alpert Medical School Medical Humanities 2019 Award Interviews & Features Selected Interviews and Features Read More Here Read More Here Watch Here Read More Here Read More Here Read More Here Read More Here Campaigns FIGS Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign Podcast & Radio Interviews Listen Here Listen Here Listen Here Listen Here Listen Here Black Motherhood through the Lens Watch the Trailer Black Motherhood through the Lens is documentary, filmed and produced by Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi, about four Black women's experiences in navigating the reproductive and maternal healthcare system from conception to postpartum. The women in this series have experienced miscarriage, lack of access to infertility care, fears about childbirth, and postpartum depression. It features the stories of Shaylene, Shannon, Ijeoma, and Jai-Me, who despite these challenges, boldly pursued their dreams of Black motherhood. The film has been accepted to 7 film festivals , won 2 awards , and has been screened at over 26 venues across the country. It has been featured in Forbes Magazine, PBS, Glamour Magazine, the Washington Post , among others. Seen In Contact Contact Me First Name Last Name Email Write a message Submit Thanks for submitting! For any Speaking or Press Inquiries Email: adeosinubi.co@gmail.com Follow Me!

  • Speaking | Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi

    Selected Speaking Engagements I have had the opportunity to speak about health equity, maternal health, and advocacy at over 35 venues across the United States. This has included national forums and organizations, conferences, state health departments, hospitals, universities, and high schools. Black Mamas Matter Black Maternal Health Week National Birth Equity Collaborative National Infertility Week Marquette University O'Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism Brown University School of Public Health & The Warren Alpert Medical School Black Women's Health Collaborative Student National Medical Association Annual Medical Education Conference Student National Medical Association Annual Medical Education Conference Design x Rhode Island Design Thinking and Black Entrepreneurship Rhode Island Department of Health Ivy League Pre-Health Society Robert Wood Johnson Medical School National Coalition of 100 Black Women Northwest Georgia Chapter Icahn School of Medicine of Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine of Mount Sinai Student Activism Series Ivy League Film Festival Moderator Women and Infants Hospital, Rhode Island CAI Global Black Breastfeeding Week Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island City of Berkley, California Public Health Division - Maternal, Child, Adolescent, and Family Health The Groton School Tennessee State University and Fisk Black Health and Community Care Symposium and Plenary Providence College ​ Health and Black Motherhood: Understanding the Life-force of the Black Woman UC Davis OB/GYN Department Diversity Equity and Inclusion Grand Rounds

  • CSCM | Ade Osinubi, MD

    An initiative started by Dr. Ade Osinubi to educate, support, and create community for students and healthcare professionals who desire to use their creative gifts to advance health equity. About Ever wonder how to pitch an article to the lay press about a burning issue in the healthcare field? Do you desire to use social media as an agent to advance health equity and looking for a place to start? If so, apply to take the Creatives for Social Change in Medicine (CSCM) free virtual course pilot led by Dr. Ade Osinubi, an Emergency Medicine resident physician, photographer, fillmmaker, and freelance writer whose work has been published in the Washington Post, Essence, Teen Vogue among other places. The goal of the CSCM initiative is to educate, support, and create community for students and health care professionals who desire to use their creative gifts to advocate for social change and equity in the healthcare field. This biweekly virtual pilot course, taking place from January - April 2024, will feature sessions from engaging speakers such as Dr. Adaira Landry, Dr. Jamaji Nwanaji-Enwerem, Dr. Rachel Bervell, Dr. Ade Osinubi and Student Doctors Jasmine Brown, Lashyra Nolen, Orezime Uyeh. They will teach on topics such as narrative medicine, social media health education, writing/pitching OpEds, medical illustration, and many things in between. The course will culminate in a final project from a medium of the creator’s choosing such as an Op Ed publication, medical illustration series, photography series, podcast episode, TikTok and/or Instagram series, book proposal, short film, etc that will address a social issue(s) in the healthcare field. This course pilot is specifically focused on those who identify as Underrepresented in Medicine (UiM) and is currently open to UiM Undergraduate Pre-Health Students, Medical/Dental/Veterinarian/PA/Nursing Students, Physicians, Nurses, Physician Associates, and anyone else who identifies with being UiM in the healthcare field ​ Apply to the Virtual Course Here by December 17th, 2023 Meet The Speakers LaShyra "Lash" Nolen , MD MPP '24 Writer, Activist, and Executive Director, We Got Us Jamaji Nwanaji-Enwerem, MD PhD MPP Chief Resident, Professor, and Executive Director, ELND Rachel Bervell, MD MPH Orezime Uyeh, MD'24 MS Illustrator and Author, Girls for Medicine Co-Founder, The Black OB/GYN Project Adaira Landry, MD MEd Attending Physician, Assistant Professor, and Author Jasmine Brown, MD '24 MPhil Author, Twice as Hard Adeiyewunmi "Ade" Osinubi, MD Producer, Black Motherhood through the Lens FAQ What is the time commitment of the course? This course will have 7-8 biweekly 60-90 minute sessions on a weekday evening from January - April 2024. Selected applicants will be notified of the schedule closer to the time of the start date. Is there a Fee to take this course? As this is a virtual pilot, this course is currently free of charge Who is this course open to? UiM Physicians, Nurses, Physician Associates, Undergraduate Pre-Health Students, Medical/Dental/Veterinarian/PA/Nursing Students, and anyone else who identifies with being in the healthcare field! Where will this course take place? This course will have take place on a virtual platform such as zoom What happens if I cannot make all of the sessions? While attendance to as many live sessions as possible is highly encouraged, there will be zoom recordings of the sessions should scheduling conflicts arise What does the final project entail? The course will culminate in a final project from a medium of the creator’s choosing such as an Op Ed publication, medical illustration series, photography series, tiktok and/or instagram series, book proposal, short film, etc that will address a social issue(s) in the healthcare field. What happens if I am not selected? As this is a pilot course, the cohort size will be on the smaller side. There are plans for future courses that applicants can choose to apply for in the future. Application: Due December 17th

  • Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi

    About Ade Osinubi Dr. Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi is a photographer, filmmaker, and an Emergency Medicine Resident physician. She graduated from Brown University with an undergraduate degree in Public Health in 2018 and continued on at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University as part of the Program in Liberal Medical Education (PLME) where she graduated in May 2022. From a young age, Ade has been enthralled with storytelling and has pursued photography, filmmaking, and writing endeavors. Her work focuses on sharing the stories of minoritized communities that often go untold. At the age of 16, Ade co-founded a non-profit organization called the Iris Fistula Project which raised $23, 000 to support the psychosocial rehabilitation of women who have suffered from obstetric fistula, a birth injury caused by prolonged and obstructed labor. As part of this, she traveled to Mekelle, Ethiopia to co-produce a documentary about the condition. Starting from her first year of medical school, she independently produced an award-winning documentary film entitled “Black Motherhood through the Lens .” Black Motherhood through the Lens showcases four Black women’s experiences in navigating childbirth, infertility, and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders amidst racial health inequities. So far, the documentary has been accepted to 7 film festivals, notably the American Public Health Association Film Festival and has been screened in over 26 venues. It received the 2021 Best Short Collective Award at the Rhode Island Black Film Festival and an Award of Merit at the Impact Doc Awards. Due to her leadership in the reproductive equity space, Ade has been invited to speak at organizations, universities, and colleges across the nation. She has had over 25 speaking engagements, for example, at the Black Mamas Matter Alliance National Black Maternal Health Week, the National Birth Equity Collaborative National Infertility Week, University of California, Davis, Tennessee State University, and the Rhode Island Department of Health among others. Her work has also been widely recognized, notably in Forbes Magazine, PBS, on ABC News Affiliate WCVB Boston “City Line”, Afro-Pics Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, and "A Story in the Public Square." She has been interviewed on podcasts such as the Visible Voices and the Fempower Health Podcasts. Apart from film, Ade has used writing as a medium to raise awareness about health inequities. She has published articles regarding infertility and postpartum mood disorder disparities that were featured on the front pages of the Washington Post Health and Science Section and Glamour Magazine. She is also first author of a manuscript regarding race-based puberty guidelines that has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Pediatrics. As a medical student, Ade was very involved in the Student National Medical Association (SNMA), serving on the local, regional, and national executive boards. As the President of her school’s SNMA chapter, Ade led the chapter to win the National SNMA Chapter of the Year award and the Region VII Chapter of the Year award. For two years, Ade served on the National SNMA Board of Directors as the External Affairs Co-Chairperson where she ran the national social media accounts and helped develop a marketing plan for the organization. Ade was recently inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha and the Gold Humanism medical honor societies and the Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health. In April 2022, she was awarded with the National Minority Quality Forum 40 under 40 Leaders in Health award. She was the youngest recipient among this year’s 40 under 40 class and was one of three medical students selected alongside physicians, researchers, and other health leaders. In addition, she has received the American Medical Association (AMA) Physicians of Tomorrow Scholarship, the Brown University Medical Humanities Award, and the Alfred H. Joslin Award for Outstanding Contribution to Student Life, was named a 2018 Forbes Under 30 Scholar among others. Ade is continuing her medical career at the University of Pennsylvania Emergency Medicine Residency Program and looks forward to continuing to use her passion for photography and film to elevate the voices of communities of color.

  • Writing | Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi

    Publications "For Black parents with postpartum depression, help can be difficult to find" By: Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi, MD Read it Here It Feels Like a Thousand Needles Are Being Poked Into You At Once”: The Physical and Mental Toll of Sickle Cell Disease By: Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi, MD Read it Here "What Early Puberty is Like for Black Girls" By: Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi, MD Read it Here "Where are all the Black Women at the Fertility Clinic" By: Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi, MD Read it Here Are Black Girls Exhibiting Puberty Earlier? Examining Implications of Race-Based Guidelines By: Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi, MD; C. Paula Lewis-de los Angeles, MD, PhD; Patricia Poitevien, MD, MSc; Lisa Swartz Topor, MD, MMSc Read it Here Read it Here How ‘SKIN,’ A Photo Series On Colorism, Displays And Celebrates The Beautiful Shades Of Blackness By: Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi, MD Read it Here ADIRE: Keeper of Yoruba Culture By: Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi, MD ​ Read it Here Read it Here

  • Speaking | Adeiyewunmi (Ade) Osinubi

    Campaigns FIGS Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign "I have seen many Black women disproportionately impacted by Breast cancer, including my maternal aunt. Although there have been strides in management and treatment, more work needs to be done" - Ade Osinubi, MD Read more about the campaign here

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