Yenagoa medical journal
Welcome to the Yenagoa Medical Journal | Home. The Yenagoa Medical Journal is the official publication of the Association of Resident Doctors of the Federal Medical Centre, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Four issues are published in a year; January – March, April – June, July – September and October – December.
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Journal Name – Yenagoa Medical Journal
Journal Abbreviation – Yen Med J
Online ISSN – 2714-3074
Print ISSN – 2630-6956
Frequency of Publication – Four issues per year
Year of First Issue – 2019
Fees and charges
There is no fee for submission of manuscript to the Yenagoa Medical Journal. For now, until reviewed, authors are NOT required to pay article publication charge (APC) for publication in the Yenagoa Medical Journal.
Published articles on Covid-19
Is social media promoting covid-19 vaccine uptake? A case of Hausa language YouTube videos.
Muhammad DG, Abubakar IA, Musa JS.
Combating fake news on COVID-19 in Africa: Is punitive measure the best strategy?
Knowledge, risk perception, and attitudes of Nigerian dentists toward Covid-19: Pilot study.
Kanmodi KK, Nwafor NJ, Amoo BA, Akinbami AA, Hundeji AA.
Effectiveness of lockdown (from 30th march to 30th may, 2020) in curbing the spread of coronavirus: Lagos, Abuja and Ogun as a case study.
Daha Garba Muhammad.
Conservatism, cancer, conflict and Covid-19: Quadruple tragedy for women living in war-torn traditionalist societies.
Kanmodi KK, Kanmodi PA.
Covid-19 in Nigeria: where are we?
Muhammad DG, Gbonjubola YT.
Effect of Covid-19 pandemic on internship training in Nigeria.
Muhammad DG, Adesina MA.
Knowledge, attitude, and practices of dental patients presenting at a Secondary Health Care Facility in Southern Nigeria towards COVID-19.
Omorodion GI, Osadolor AJ.
Isolated limb paraesthesia as initial symptom of Covid-19 infection: A case report.
Ezema EC, Ezema OO, Nwobu DC, Eliakim H, Nwune CU.
War in the midst of a pandemic: the synergy accelerating mental health disorders.
Ipinnimo TM, Buari TH, Annafi BS.
The radiology department in COVID-19 pandemic: approach and outcome at a semi-urban tertiary hospital.
Ogunsemoyin AO, Akinbodewa AA, Fatukasi JI, Idowu BM, Osho ES, Oyamakinde SO, Akindeju FF, Bello AO, Odeyemi TA, Agbaje OA, Adeyanju CA, Ogunsemoyin OB.
Abstracting and Indexing
Currently indexed in:
African Index Medicus (AIM)
International Scientific Indexing (ISI)
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