Yenagoa medical journal

We welcome you 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. Read about us. It is published four times a year in the months of January, April, July and October.

The aim of the Yenagoa Medical Journal is to provide a platform for publication of clinical and medical research works, and all related subjects. These published research works are disseminated freely for academic, reference and research purposes.

Our scope includes publication of open access, peer-reviewed original articles, review articles, case reports, letters to the editor, short communication, commentaries, viewpoints, book reviews, medical educational materials and articles on socioeconomic, political or legal matters related to medical practice.

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Dr. Oriji, Peter Chibuzor
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology,
Federal Medical Centre,
Bayelsa State, Nigeria.

+234 706 423 3209

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Vol. 2 No. 4, October 2020

Articles in Vol. 2 No. 4, October 2020

Medical research: Practices and barriers.
Osadolor OO.

Conservatism, cancer, conflict and Covid-19: Quadruple tragedy for women living in war-torn traditionalist societies.
Kanmodi KK, Kanmodi PA.

The ban of commercial motorcycle riders: an effective strategy in reducing the rate of road traffic accidents in Nigeria.
Daha Garba Muhammad.

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.

Tissue engineering: applications in dentistry.
Osadolor OO.

Infant mortality among black babies.
Ekemini Hogan, Obasi Okorie, Utibe Effiong.

Mental health and pscyhosocial support in conflicting Nigeria.
Adesina MA, Oladele RI, Olufadewa II.

Conceptualising peculiar attributes and issues of the “endangered group”: making a case for holistic adolescent- focused preventive health services in health facilities in Bayelsa State.
Davids KI.

Knowledge, risk perception, and attitudes of Nigerian dentists toward Covid-19: Pilot study.
Kanmodi KK, Nwafor NJ, Amoo BA, Akinbami AA, Hundeji AA.

What are we learning on social media about shisha? A case study of top 50 short English youtube shisha videos.
Kanmodi KK, Adegbile OE, Ogidan IO, Kanmodi PA.

Role of perceived spousal social support in medication adherence among hypertensive patients attending family medicine clinic in federal teaching hospital, Ido-Ekiti, Nigeria.
Ekundayo OO, Elegbede OT, Gabriel-Alayode OE, Agboola SM, Shabi OM, Bello IS, Omosanya OE, Ajetunmobi OA, Fashola AM.

Profile of children with cerebral palsy attending Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Teaching Hospital, physiotherapy out-patient clinic.
Gbonjubola YT, Muhammad DG, Alexender OA, Gordons EA, Abubakar IA, Elijah OB.

Impact of brain drain in ORL practice in Nigeria.
Yahaya ST, Jebbin EN.

Spectrum of endo-urological procedures performed at a Nigerian kidney transplant centre.
Igbokwe M, Abu S, Aremu A, Olatise O, Okafor M.

Lifestyles pattern, health-seeking behaviour and body mass index of market traders in Owo, Owo Local Government Area of Ondo State, Nigeria.
Bolajoko OO, Olanrewaju OI, Odugbemi BA.

Review of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) Curriculum of West African Countries against the Standard CSE Curriculum: Any Existing Literature?
Olufadewa II, Adesina MA, Oladele RI.

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