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PA, I, JA B, OT B.  2016.  A Predictive Model for the Risk of Infertility in Women using Supervised Learning Algorithms – A Comparative Analysis. , Ife Journal of Information Communication Technology . 1(1):24-33.
PA, I, O A, T A.  2016.  The Prediction of Paediatric HIV/AIDS Patient Survival: A Data Mining Approach. Asian Journal of Computer and Information Systems . 4(3):87-94.
PA, I, BL A, OB A.  2015.  Data Model for Road Traffic Accident in Nigeria. . African Journal of Computing & ICTs. 8(2):67-76.
Panighel, M, DiSanto G, Caputo M, Lal C, Taleatu BA, Goldoni A.  2013.  Review of 2H-Tetraphenylporphyrins Metalation in Ultra-high Vacuum on Metal Surfaces. IOP Conference Series. :1088-1742., England: Journal of Physics
Panighel, M, DiSanto G, Caputo M, Lal C, Taleatu BA, Goldoni A.  2013.  Review of 2H-tetraphenylporphyrins metalation in ultra-high vacuum on metal surfaces. IOP Conf. Series. , Trieste, Italy
Paulson, K, Kamath A, Alam T, Bienhoff K, Abady G, Abbas J, Abbasi-Kangevari M, Abbastabar H, Abd-Allah F, Abd-Elsalam S, Abdoli A, Abedi A, Abolhassani H, Guimarães Abreu L, Abu-Gharbieh E, Abu-Rmeileh N, I. Abushouk A, Adamu A, Adebayo O.  2021.  Global, regional, and national progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 3.2 for neonatal and child health: all-cause and cause-specific mortality findings from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019, 2021/08/31. 398 Abstract
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Pelling, M, Blackburn S, Asiyanbi A, Ayanlade A, Antje C, Lewis E.  2014.  Lagos Case Study. in M. Pelling and S. Blackburn (eds), Megacities and the Coast: Risk Resilence and Transformation. , Oxford UK: Routledge
Peltzer, K, Pengpid S, Olowu S, Olasupo M.  2013.  Depression and Associated Factors Among University Students in Western Nigeria. Journal of Psychology in Africa. 23(3):459-466.karl_peltzer_supa_pengpid_sola_olowu__matthew_olasupo.pdf
Perel, PA, Olldashi F, Muzha I, Filipi N, Lede R, Copertari P, Traverso C, Copertari A, Vergara EA, Montenegro C et al..  2008.  Predicting outcome after traumatic brain injury: Practical prognostic models based on large cohort of international patients, 2008. BMJ. 336(7641) Abstract

Objective: To develop and validate practical prognostic models for death at 14 days and for death or severe disability six months after traumatic brain injury. Design: Multivariable logistic regression to select variables that were independently associated with two patient outcomes. Two models designed: "basic" model (demographic and clinical variables only) and "CT" model (basic model plus results of computed tomography). The models were subsequently developed for high and low-middle income countries separately. Setting: Medical Research Council (MRC) CRASH Trial. Subjects: 10 008 patients with traumatic brain injury. Models externally validated in a cohort of 8509. Results: The basic model included four predictors: age, Glasgow coma scale, pupil reactivity, and the presence of major extracranial injury. The CT model also included the presence of petechial haemorrhages, obliteration of the third ventricle or basal cisterns, subarachnoid bleeding, midline shift, and non-evacuated haematoma. In the derivation sample the models showed excellent discrimination (C statistic above 0.80). The models showed good calibration graphically. The Hosmer-Lemeshow test also indicated good calibration, except for the CT model in low-middle income countries. External validation for unfavourable outcome at six months in high income countries showed that basic and CT models had good discrimination (C statistic 0.77 for both models) but poorer calibration. Conclusion: Simple prognostic models can be used to obtain valid predictions of relevant outcomes in patients with traumatic brain injury.

Peterson, K, Folayan MO, Chigwedere E, Nthete E.  2017.  Saying no to PrEP research in Malawi: what constitutes ‘failure’ in offshored HIV prevention research. Nicola Bulled (ed). Advances in Critical Medical Anthropology. Thinking through resistance: a study of public oppositions to contemporary global health practice. . , 711 Third Avenue, New York, NY10017.: Routledge.
Peterson, K, Folayan MO.  2017.  How Nigeria Defeated Ebola. Africa is a Country. :http://africasacountry.com/2017/12/how-nigeria-defeated-ebola/.
Peterson, K, Folayan M.  2017.  Research Alliance. Tracking the politics of HIV-prevention trials in Africa. Medicine Anthropology Theory . :http://www.medanthrotheory.org/site/assets/files/7289/int-peterson-499.pdf.
Peterson, K, Folayan MO.  2019.  Ethics and HIV prevention research: An analysis of the early tenofovir PrEP trial in Nigeria. Bioethics. 33(1):35–42..
Peterson, K, Folayan MO, Chigwedere E, Nthete E.  2015.  Saying 'No' to PrEP research in Malawi: what constitutes 'failure' in offshored HIV prevention research? Anthropology Medicine. :doi:10.1080/13648470.2015.1081377.
Peterson, J, Dwyer J, Bhagwat S, Haytowitz D, Holden J, Eldridge A, Beecher G, Aladesanmi AJ.  2005.  Major flavonoids in dry tea. J.Food Composition and Analysis. 18:487-501.
Pfützner, A, Sorsa T, Nwhator S, Räisänen I, Sakellari D, Kunde J, Kleine-Gunk B, Frankenberger R.  2020.  Diabeetikoiden suurentunut COVID-19-komplikaatioriski, 2020/08/01. Abstract
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Pfützner, A, Sorsa T, Nwhator S, Räisänen I, Sakellari D, Kunde J, Kleine-Gunk B, Frankenberger R.  2020.  Warum sind Diabetiker durch das Coronavirus (CoV-2) besonders gefährdet?, 2020/06/20 36 Abstract
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Pfützner, A, Sorsa T, Nwhator S, Räisänen I, Kunde J, Kleine-Gunk B, Frankenberger R.  2020.  Warum haben Menschen mit Diabetes ein höheres Risiko für schwere Verläufe einer SARS-CoV-2-Infektion – und was könnte dies mit oraler Hygiene zu tun haben?, 2020/07/21 28:245-247. Abstract
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Philip, A, Afolabi B, Adeniran O, Ishaya G, Oluwagbemi Oluwatolani.  2010.  Software Architecture and Methodology as a Tool for Efficient Software Engineering Process: A Critical Appraisal. J. Software Engineering & Applications. 3 Abstract

The foundation for any software system is its architecture. Software architecture is a view of the system that includes the system’s major components, the behaviour of those components as visible to the rest of the system, and the ways in which the components interact and coordinate to achieve the overall system’s goal. Every efficient software system arises as a result of sound architectural basement. This requires the use of good architecture engineering practices and methods. This paper recognizes software architecture practice as a discipline pervading all phases of software devel-opment and also presents an enhanced model for software engineering process which provides an avenue for speedy, efficient and timely delivery of software products to their intended users. The integration of software architecture into the phases of software development process in a generic software life cycle is also contained in this research report. This is to enable software engineers and system analysts to use effective software architecture practices and to employ appropriate methodology during the software engineering process.

Philip, A, Afolabi B, Adeniran O, Oluwagbemi Oluwatolani, Ishaya G.  2010.  Towards an Efficient Information Systems Development Process and Management: A Review of Challenges and Proposed Strategies. J. Software Engineering & Applications. 3:983-989. Abstract

(SDLC) using appropriate methodology. The SDLC consists of phases varying from author to author. However, an in-formation systems project can only be successful with intense interaction amongst project manager, systems analyst, system designers and the end users. Viewed from the project manager’s perspective, the SDLC lacks the essence of project management activities. Similarly, end users involvement is not clearly specified. The main aim of this paper is to propose a framework for information systems management and development process which accommodates the views of the different participants. Furthermore, the paper sharpens the concept of conventional SDLC, on the basis of the pro-posed framework. In addition, tools and methods that are appropriate for the implementation of the framework are herein discussed.

Phillips Olusegun, A, Falana Adenike O, Olayiwola Moshood A.  2012.  Assessment of environmental impact on benthic foraminiferal distribution in Lagos Lagoon, Nigeria. Journal of Mining and Geology. 48:68–78., Number 1 Abstract
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Popoola, BI, Adebowale OF, Akintomide AG, Olatomide OO.  2012.  Intimacy and Relational Communication in Online counselling.. Online Counselling: Towards Effectively Applying Technology. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-61350-204-4, ISBN13: 9781613502044, ISBN10: 1613502044, EISBN13: 9781613502051.. , USA: IGI-Global.
Popoola, API, Olorunniwo OE, Ige OO.  2014.  Corrosion Resistance Through the Application of Anti-Corrosion Coatings. : InTech -Open Acess Publisher. Abstract
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Popoola, BI, Adeyemi BA.  2009.  The Prevalence of Sexual Abuse in two communities in Southwestern Nigeria.. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. 4(1):125–138.