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E.O.Orji, Lasisi AR.  2002.  Male contribution to infertility at the Ife State Hospital, Osun State, Nigeria.. Nigerian Journal of Medicine. 11(2):71-74.
E.O.Orji, Adeyemi AB, Esimai OA.  2003.  Liberalization of abortion laws in Nigeria: the undergraduate’ perspective. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 23(1):059-062.
Ebunoluwa, E, Ojo G.  2020.  Factors Influencing Quantity Surveying Services Performance in Nigeria, 07. Built Environment Journal. 17:49. Abstract
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Ebunoluwa, E, Ojo G.  2020.  Factors Influencing Quantity Surveying Services Performance in Nigeria, 07. Built Environment Journal. 17:49. Abstract
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Eegunranti, AB, Akinsulore A, Olowookere SA, Ibigbami OI, Ibigbami A.  2015.  Patients satisfaction with nursing care in a maternity unit in south-western Nigeria: Relationship with self esteem. IFE PsychologIA: An International Journal. 23:176–183., Number 1: IFE Centre for Psychological Studies (ICPS) Abstract
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Eegunranti, A, Ibigbami O, Joshua F.  2016.  Pattern of Psychiatric Presentations in a Private Specialist Hospital in Osogbo, Osun State, 2016/01/01. 5:29-38. Abstract

BackgroundIn spite of the challenges of stigma and low level of awareness associated with mental health and mental health care service delivery in Nigeria, venturing into private practice remains one of the options of mental health professionals. Our study explored the pattern of psychiatric presentations in a private specialist hospital in Osogbo, South Western Nigeria over a period of 5 years (2010-2015).
Aim:
Review the pattern of presentations of clients with psychiatric illness to Royal City Specialist Hospital, Aderin, Osogbo, Osun State over a period of 5 Years.
Methods
The hospital records of patients who have been assessed within the hospital were reviewed. Information on their socio-demographic and health related characteristics were extracted from the case files and analyzed.
Results
`Over a period of 5 years, a total of 282 patients with mental health challenges have made use of the hospital with
34 (12.1%) still current users of the service. There was a slight male predominance (51.4%). The age of clients ranged from
7-100 years, with a mean of 37.65 years. A total of 16 (5.7%) of the clients were less than or equal to 19 years of age and the age bracket with the highest number of clients was 20-45 years (203; 72%). Majority of the patients (256/90.8%) presented on their own without referrals. The primary informants include the patients (165/58.5%), spouse (16/5.7%), Son/daughter (21/7.4%). The commonest presentation was poor sleep (180/63.8%) while the commonest diagnosis was Schizophrenia (61/21.6%). A total of 8 clients were discharged from the clinic while 242 (85.8%) had defaulted from follow up. Number of visits before defaulting ranged from 1- 6 visits.
Conclusion
Specialist Psychiatric service delivery in private hospitals remains one of the ways of meeting the mental health needs of mentally ill person. However, there is a need to properly explore the reasons for the defaults of the clients.

Eegunranti, A, Ibigbami O, Joshua F.  2016.  Pattern of Psychiatric Presentations in a Private Specialist Hospital in Osogbo, Osun State, 2016/01/01. 5:29-38. Abstract

BackgroundIn spite of the challenges of stigma and low level of awareness associated with mental health and mental health care service delivery in Nigeria, venturing into private practice remains one of the options of mental health professionals. Our study explored the pattern of psychiatric presentations in a private specialist hospital in Osogbo, South Western Nigeria over a period of 5 years (2010-2015).
Aim:
Review the pattern of presentations of clients with psychiatric illness to Royal City Specialist Hospital, Aderin, Osogbo, Osun State over a period of 5 Years.
Methods
The hospital records of patients who have been assessed within the hospital were reviewed. Information on their socio-demographic and health related characteristics were extracted from the case files and analyzed.
Results
`Over a period of 5 years, a total of 282 patients with mental health challenges have made use of the hospital with
34 (12.1%) still current users of the service. There was a slight male predominance (51.4%). The age of clients ranged from
7-100 years, with a mean of 37.65 years. A total of 16 (5.7%) of the clients were less than or equal to 19 years of age and the age bracket with the highest number of clients was 20-45 years (203; 72%). Majority of the patients (256/90.8%) presented on their own without referrals. The primary informants include the patients (165/58.5%), spouse (16/5.7%), Son/daughter (21/7.4%). The commonest presentation was poor sleep (180/63.8%) while the commonest diagnosis was Schizophrenia (61/21.6%). A total of 8 clients were discharged from the clinic while 242 (85.8%) had defaulted from follow up. Number of visits before defaulting ranged from 1- 6 visits.
Conclusion
Specialist Psychiatric service delivery in private hospitals remains one of the ways of meeting the mental health needs of mentally ill person. However, there is a need to properly explore the reasons for the defaults of the clients.

Egharevba, GO, Lambi JN, Akanni MS, Jeynes C, Ajayi EOB, Adedeji AV, Eleruja MA.  2002.  Perparation and Characterization of Undoped Zinc Oxide and Uranium Doped Zinc Oxide Thin Films.. Elsevier science B.V.. Vol. 20:119-123.
Egunyomi, A, Oyesiku OO, Bolaji AO.  2018.  Are The Fruiting And Non-Fruiting Acrocarpous Moss Barbula indica (Hooker) Sprengel in Nigeria Distinct Species? IOSR Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences (IOSR-JPBS). 13(1):1-5.publication6.pdf
Egwu, MO, Ajao BA, Mbada CE, Adeoshun IO.  2009.  ISOMETRIC GRIP STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE OF PATIENTS WITH CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS AND HEALTHY CONTROLS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY. Hong Kong Physiotherapy Journal. 27:2–6.
Egwu, MO, Ajao BA, Mbada CE, Adeoshun IO.  2009.  ISOMETRIC GRIP STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE OF PATIENTS WITH CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS AND HEALTHY CONTROLS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY. Hong Kong Physiother J. 27:2-6.
Ehindero, OJ, Oloyede MA, Ajibade YA.  2009.  Looking at Gender Disparity in Science and Mathematics from other angles: Are there differences in logical reasoning and Linguistic Abilities? African Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics and Sciences . Vol. 7:35.
Ehinmitola, EO, Aransiola EF, Adeagbo OP.  2018.  Comparative study of various carbon sources on rhamnolipid production. South African journal of chemical engineering. 26:42–48.: Elsevier Abstract
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EJ, L, H L, JC C, JR S, E F, G W, CA L, D J, CC L, Doheny KF, T MH, J R, C S, J J, B E, AR V, K N, J S, AE C, F D, K C, RG M, RT L, RT L, A W, PA R, LL F, CD P, la EMC C-de P, AC L, LC V-R, AM L-P, DR V, M A-B, EE C, JC M, FA P, IM O, FM C, JT H, SH B, CJ B´, A B, PA M, WL A, O J, Braimah RO, BS A, MA E, M D, M K, F S, L M, de J E´quez S, SM W, L M, RA C, JC M, ML M.  2016.  A genome-wide association study of nonsyndromic cleft palate identifies an etiologic missense variant in GRHL3. . Am J Hum Genet. 98:744–754.
Ejianreh, EL, Aransiola EF, Adebimpe AI, Solomon BO.  2019.  Utilization of Airlift Fermenters in the Mass Propagation of Pseudomonas and AureobasidiumSpecies for the Bioremediation of Crude Oil Polluted Aquatic Environments. Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology. 36:95–113., Number 2 Abstract
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Ekanade, O, Orimoogunje OOI.  2001.  The effect of alley cropping on runoff and soil loss from south western Nigeria. Ife Research Publication in Geography. 8:31-35.
Ekanade, O, Ayanlade A, Orimoogunje OOI.  2011.  Climate change impacts on Coastal urban settlements in Nigeria. Journal of Interdisciplinary Environmental Review . 12(1 ):48-62.climate_change_impacts_on_coastal_urban_settlements.pdf
Ekanade, O, Ayanlade A, Orimoogunje OO.  2011.  Climate Change Impacts on Coastal Urban Settlements in Nigeria,. , Interdisciplinary Environmental Review. 12(1):48-62. Abstract

This study investigates the possible impact of climate change on the coastal cities of Lagos and Port Harcourt using the Model for the Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Induced Climate Change (MAGICC-SCENGEN) and geographical information system (GIS) interpolation techniques. The results confirm that sea level rise may occur with a consequence of submerging all coastal cities of the Niger delta area and a larger part of Lagos. The parts left un-submerged may face the risk of incessant flooding. These will also disrupt communications, damage vital infrastructures and affect urban settlements along the coast. The study establishes that precipitation variability with increased temperature will have serious impacts on the social-economic state of the people living in the coastal cities of Nigeria. The projected impact of this on environmental stability and life in the coastal urban settlements of Nigeria is better imagined than experienced.

Ekanade, O., Salami, A. T., and Odekunle T.  1998.  "Adoption of Modern Farming Techniques in Rural Southwestern Nigeria",. Journal of Science Research,. 4(1):pp63-67.
Ekanade, O, Orimoogunje OOI.  1997.  Alley Farming and Sustainable Headwaters Environment in South western Nigeria. Ife Research Publication in Geography. 6(1 and 2):19-26.