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Jolaoso, BA, Musa NA.  2006.  Self-Help Contribution: A Viable Source of Financing Low-Income Housing,. The Professional Builder. 1(1):7-16.
Johnson, OE, Mbada CE, Agbeja OB, Obembe AO, Awotidebe TO, Okonji AM.  2011.  [Relationship between Physical Activity and Back Extensor Muscles’ Endurance to The Risk of Low-Back Pain in School-Aged Adolescents].    TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin          . 10:4.
Johnson, OE.  2011.  PERCENT OF BODY WEIGHT CARRIED BY SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THEIR BAGS IN A NIGERIAN SCHOOL. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research. 14:250003-1-250003-7.
Johnson, OE, Mbada CE, Agbeja OB, Obembe AO, Awotidebe TO, Okonji AM.  2011.  Relationship between Physical Activity and Back Extensor Muscles’ Endurance to The Risk of Low-Back Pain in School-Aged Adolescents. TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin. 10(4):A-F.
Johnson, OE, Mbada CE, Ayanniyi O, Dada OO, Adedoyin RA.  2011.  BACK MUSCLES’ ENDURANCE IN ADOLESCENTS AND ADULTS: NORMATIVE DATA FOR A SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAN POPULATION. Journal of Musculoskeletal Research. 14(0218-9577):1150004-1--1150004-10.
Jinadu, MK, Odebiyi O, B.A F.  1994.  Yoruba Perception and Treatment of Diarrhoea Illnesses in Rural Areas of Osun State, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal. of Paediatrics. 21:22-29.
Jinadu, MK, Davies-Adetugbo A, Ogunbodede E, K Adetugbo A.  1997.  Partnership for primary care, 1997/02/01. World health forum. 18:211-4. Abstract

A project for improving primary health care in an underserved rural area of Osun State, Nigeria, involved the creation of a partnership between the local government, the community and a medical college. Joint administrative and technical committees were established, and community mobilization was fostered. The evidence so far indicates that partnership designs can accelerate the development of primary health care in an affordable manner.

Jimoh, M, Okunlola G, Wahab A, Oseni OM, Rufai A.  2021.  Proximate and mineral analysis and antinutrient and antimicrobial properties of Talinum triangulare (Talinaceae) and Celosia argentea (Amaranthaceae), 2021/01/22. 26:449-455. Abstract

Talinum triangulare and Celosia argentea are two common underutilized leafy vegetables in Nigeria. This work was carried out to determine the mineral, proximate, and antinutritional contents of the plants, which were estimated by standard methods. Antibacterial activity of the leaf aqueous and ethanolic extracts was also evaluated against some bacteria. Results obtained from the study have shown that the two plants had constituents that show them as a good source of nutritional and medicinal benefits.

Jimoh, MA, Saheed SA, Botha CEJ.  2011.  Response of Barley Cultivars to infestation of the Two South African Biotypes of the Russian Wheat Apid. Ife Journal of Science. 13(2):339-345..jimoh_et_al._2011.pdf
Jimoh, KO, Ọdẹ́túnjí Àjàdí Ọdẹ́, Folaranmi SA, Aina S.  2020.  {Handmade Embroidery Pattern Recognition: A New Validated Database}. Malaysian Journal of Computing. 5:390–042., Number 1 AbstractWebsite

Patterns of handmade embroidery are an important part of the culture of a number of African people, particularly in Nigeria. The need to digitally document these patterns emerges in the context of its low patronage despite its quality and richness. The development of a database will assist in resuscitating the dying art of Handmade Embroidery Patterns (HEP). The patterns of handmade embroidery are also irregular and inconsistent due to the manual method, and creativity involved in its production. Developing an automatic recognition of HEP will therefore create a system where machine embroidery can be made, or automated to mimic the creativity and peculiar intricacies of traditional handmade embroidery patterns. This study developed handmade embroidery pattern database (HEPD) that can be used for many processes in the field of pattern recognition and computer vision applications. Samples of handmade embroidery patterns were collected from three different cities in South-Western, Nigeria. Pre-processing operations such as image enhancement, image noise reduction, and morphology were performed on the collected samples using image-processing toolbox in MATLAB. This work developed a validated new dataset of handmade embroidery patterns containing two categories of embroidery patterns with a total number of 315 images in the database. It evaluated the database for recognition process using cellular automata as feature extraction technique and support vector machine as its classifier. The performance metrics employed are sensitivity, specificity and accuracy. For the two classes of images considered, 72{%} sensitivity, specificity of 93{%} and accuracy of 80{%} were obtained for grayscale image. For the binary image, an accuracy of 72{%} with sensitivity of 82{%} and 65{%} specificity were obtained. The result obtained showed that the grayscale image exhibits an efficient accuracy than binary image.

Jimoh, KO, Fọlárànmí SA, Ọdéjọbí ỌÀjàdí.  2019.  {Automatic Detection of Edges in Handmade Embroidery Patterns}, jan. Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science. 30:1–18., Number 3: Sciencedomain International Abstract
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Jiang, CM, Duangthip D, Auychai P, Chiba M, Folayan M, Hamama H, Kamnoedboon P, Lyons K, Matangkasombut O, Mathu-Muju K, Mathur V, Mei ML, Morgan M, Poolthong S, Morankar R, Srinivasan M, Takahashi T, Yaklai S, Zhang S, Lo E.  2021.  Changes in Oral Health Policies and Guidelines During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Oral Health, 2021/05/21. 2 Abstract
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Jenkins, C, Ovbiagele B, Arulogun O, Singh A, Calys-Tagoe B, Akinyemi R, Mande A, Melikam ES, Akpalu A, Wahab K, Sarfo FS, Sanni T, Osaigbovo G, Tiwari HK, Obiako R, Shidali V, Ibinaiye P, Akpalu J, Ogbole G, Owolabi L, Uvere E, Taggae R, Adeoye AM, Gebregziabher M, Akintunde A, Adebayo O, Oguntade A, Bisi A, Ohagwu K, Laryea R, Olowoniyi P, Yahaya IS, Olowookere S, Adeyemi F, Komolafe M, Fawale MB, Sunmonu T, Onyeonoro U, Imoh LC, Oguike W, Olunuga T, Kolo P, Ogah OS, Efidi R, Chukwuonye I, Bock-Oruma A, Owusu D, Odo CJ, Faniyan M, Ohnifeman OA, Ajose O, Ogunjimi L, Johnson S, Ganiyu A, Olowoyo P, Fakunle AG, Tolulope A, Farombi T, Obiabo MO, Owolabi M.  2018.  Knowledge, attitudes and practices related to stroke in Ghana and Nigeria: A SIREN call to action, 2018. PLoS ONE. 13(11) Abstract

Introduction Stroke is a prominent cause of death, disability, and dementia in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). The Stroke Investigative Research and Education Network works collaboratively with stroke survivors and individuals serving as community controls to comprehensively characterize the genomic, sociocultural, economic and behavioral risk factors for stroke in SSA. Purpose In this paper, we aim to: i) explore the attitudes, beliefs, and practices related to stroke in Ghana and Nigeria using the process of qualitative description; and ii) propose actions for future research and community-based participation and education. Methods Stroke survivors, their caregivers, health care professionals, and community representatives and faith-based leaders participated in one of twenty-six focus groups, which qualitatively explored community beliefs, attitudes and practices related to stroke in Ghana and Nigeria. Arthur Kleinman’s Explanatory Model of Illness and the Social Ecological Model guided the questions and/or thematic analysis of the qualitative data. We hereby describe our focus group methods and analyses of qualitative data, as well as the findings and suggestions for improving stroke outcomes. Results and discussion The major findings illustrate the fears, causes, chief problems, treatment, and recommendations related to stroke through the views of the participants, as well as recommendations for working effectively with the SIREN communities. Findings are compared to SIREN quantitative data and other qualitative studies in Africa. As far as we are aware, this is the first paper to qualitatively explore and contrast community beliefs, attitudes, and practices among stroke survivors and their caregivers, community and faith-based leaders, and health professionals in multiple communities within Nigeria and Ghana.

Jegede, O, Ola-Olorun N.  2016.  Factors Influencing Job Motivation of Hospital Pharmacists, 01. British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 11:1-12. Abstract
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Jegede, A, Sodipo B, Oyedele TO, Folayan MO.  2016.  Oral health knowledge and practices of dentists practicing in a teaching hospital in Nigeria . Indian Journal of Dental Research . 27(2):137-44.doi:10.4103/0970-9290.183124..
Jegede, T, Tunde-Ayinmode M, Jegede T, Akinsulore A, Ibigbami O.  2021.  Bullying Behavior Roles and Mental Health Correlates Among Secondary School Students in Ilesa, Nigeria, 2021/07/01. Abstract

Objective: Bullying behaviour is pervasive, cuts across age group, transcends geographical location and its impacts include but not limited to physical or academic snags. The objective of the study is to determine bullying roles and their association with emotional or behavioural problems among adolescents in Ilesa, Nigeria. Methods: A cross-sectional study was performed on 432 senior secondary school students (12-18 years old) in Ilesa (Nigeria). Peer Relationship Questionnaire was used to determine bullying roles and the Strength and Difficulty Questionnaire to measure behavioural problems. Results: Prevalence of bullying behaviour is high. The bully-victims had the highest means score on all subscales except pro-social. Similarly, the bully-victims was significantly associated with all subscales of the SDQ except the pro-social problems at (P< .001), (P=.024), (P= .004), (P= .004), and (P< .001) for conduct, emotional problem, hyperactivity problem, peer relationship problem and the total difficulty score respectively. Conclusion: This shows that participating in bullying behaviour irrespective of the role played increases the likelihood of psychological consequences, especially the bully-victim. There is a need to establish anti-bullying programs in schools to curb this menace and its mental health consequence.

Jegede, A.  2020.  Perception of students about teaching and assessments in a Nigerian School of Pharmacy, 01. Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy. 54 Abstract
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Jegede, CT, Akinyemi FO, Jiboye TF, Akinyosoye MO.  2019.  Management Factors Across Entrepreneurial Business Sectors in Emerging Economies of Nigeria and South Africa. American Journal of Management Science and Engineering. 4:39., Number 3: Science Publishing Group Abstract
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Jegede, A.  2017.  Effects of Work Content and Work Context on Job Motivation of Hospital Pharmacists, 02. Global Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences. 1 Abstract
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Jegede, PO, Adeyemi BA.  2009.  Purpose and Methods of Assessment in the Classroom. Principles and Practice of Education. , Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press Ltd
Jegede, A, Adebiyi H, Erhun W.  2020.  Academic performance of students in other university courses after dropping out of pharmacy school, 10. Pharmacy Education. :346-356. Abstract
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