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Olabanji, JK, Onayemi O, Olayinka A, Olasode O, Lawal A-R.  2005.  Keloids: An old problem still searching for a solution. . Surgical Practice.. 9(1):2-7.
Dada, J, Musa N.  2016.  Key factors affecting the competence of quantity surveyors: Evidence from construction industry stakeholders in Nigeria, 07. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology. 14:461-474. Abstract
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Dada, JO, Musa NA.  2016.  Key factors affecting the competence of quantity surveyors: Evidence from construction industry stakeholders in Nigeria. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology. : Emerald Group Publishing Limited Abstract
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Ige, J, Akanni MS, Morakinyo MK, Owoyomi O.  2005.  A Kinetic Study of the leaching of Iron and Manganese from a Nigerian Tantalite-Columbic Ore. A Kinetic Study of the leaching of Iron and Manganese from a Nigerian Tantalite-Columbic Ore. 5(3):496–502.
Ogunfowokan, AO, N.A.A. B, Babalola JO, Oyesiku OO, Onabanjo AC.  2009.  Kinetic, equilibrium and thermodynamic studies of the biosorption of cadmium (II) from solution by Stereophyllum radiculosum. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry. 91(5):911-922.
Owoyomi, O, Ige OJ, Soriyan O, Ogunlusi GO, Olaseni ES, Olanrewaju O.  2007.  Kinetics and mechanism of the alkaline fading Brilliant green in aqueous solutions of a double tailed cationic surfactants. Acta Chimica. Vol. 54:370-374.
Soriyan, O, Ige J, Fadiran AO, Owoyomi O.  2005.  Kinetics and Mechanisms of the oxidation of dicyno-bis-(2, 2- bipyridine) Iron II Complex by meta peripdate, 2005. Journal of Applied Science . Vol. 5(4):773-780.
O.E, O, T O, M A, S A, K U, A A.  2016.  Knowledge and awareness of medical doctors, medical students and nurses about dentistry in Nigeria. Pan African Medical Journal. :. 23:172-183.
Eziyi, AK, Ademuyiwa A, Eziyi J, Salako A, Aderounmu A, Oyedeji ASA.  2009.  Knowledge and Experience of Medical Students with Male Urethral Catheterization, 2009/01/01. 14 Abstract

Background : Urethral catheterization is a commonly performed procedure. Therefore medical students should receive adequate training in this technique to avoid devastating consequences of performing it poorly. This study was aimed at finding out the knowledge and experience of final year medical students with the technique of male urethral catheterization. Methods : Well-structured questionnaire was administered to each of the final year medical students of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) one week to their final examinations. Results :All the 215 students received the questionnaire one week before their final examinations with 128 (60%) completing it. The male to female ratio was 1:1 with a mean age of 28 years. One hundred and twenty-five (98.4%) of the students had been throught male urethral catheterization. Thirty-five (27.6%) of the students have never performed male urethral catheterization. One hundred and fifteen students (90.6%) agreed that urethral catheterization is a sterile procedure. Sixty-nine (54.3%) students said xylocaine jelly should be used as lubricant.. Ninety four (74%) students said that they will inflate the balloon of the catheter when the Y-junction gets to the tip of the penis. Forty-nine (38.6%) students said they are very confident about male urethral catheterization, 61 (48.0%) said reasonably confident while 5 (3.9%) are not confident at all. Conclusion : Urethral catheterization is a common procedure. Students should receive adequate instruction in this technique to avoid devastating consequences of performing it poorly.

Adeyeye, MM, Onimisi RO, Akinyemi FO.  2018.  Knowledge management strategies and sustainability of commercial banks in Minna. : Journal of Research in National Development (AJOL) Abstract
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Ammar, N, M. Aly N, Folayan M, Mohebbi S, Attia S, Böttger S, Howaldt H-P, Khader Y, Maharani D, Rahardjo A, Khan I, Madi M, Shamala A, Al-Batayneh O, Rashwan M, Pavlić V, Cicmil S, Galluccio G, Polimeni A, El Tantawi M.  2020.  Knowledge of Dental Academics about the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Multi-Country Online Survey, 2020/11/02. Abstract
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Olakulehin, O, Olowookere S, Abiodun A, Folami E, Omole J, Akanbi O, Asifat O, Akinloye D, Oyeyemi T, Olajubu A, Sa O.  2019.  Knowledge, attitude, practices of road traffic regulations among pedestrians in a university community in Southwestern Nigeria, 04. :41-56. Abstract
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Akinyemi, RO, Sarfo FS, Akinyemi J, Singh A, Onoja Akpa M, Akpalu A, Owolabi L, Adeoye AM, Obiako R, Wahab K, Sanya E, Komolafe M, Ogbole G, Fawale M, Adebayo P, Osaigbovo G, Sunmonu T, Olowoyo P, Chukwuonye I, Obiabo Y, Adeniji O, Fakunle G, Melikam E, Saulson R, Yaria J, Uwanruochi K, Ibinaiye P, Amusa GA, Yahaya IS, Dambatta AH, Faniyan M, Olowoniyi P, Bock-Oruma A, Joseph OC, Oguntade A, Kolo P, Laryea R, Lakoh S, Uvere E, Farombi T, Akpalu J, Oyinloye O, Appiah L, Calys-Tagoe B, Shidali V, Tabari NA, Adebayo O, Efidi R, Adeleye O, Owusu D, Ogunjimi L, Aridegbe O, Imoh CL, Sanni T, Gebreziabher M, Hemant T, Arulogun O, Ogunniyi A, Jenkins C, Owolabi M, Ovbiagele B.  2019.  Knowledge, attitudes and practices of West Africans on genetic studies of stroke: Evidence from the SIREN Study, 2019. International Journal of Stroke. 14(1) Abstract

Background: It is crucial to assess genomic literacy related to stroke among Africans in preparation for the ethical, legal and societal implications of the genetic revolution which has begun in Africa. Objective: To assess the knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) of West Africans about stroke genetic studies. Methods: A comparative cross-sectional study was conducted among stroke patients and stroke-free controls recruited across 15 sites in Ghana and Nigeria. Participants' knowledge of heritability of stroke, willingness to undergo genetic testing and perception of the potential benefits of stroke genetic research were assessed using interviewer-administered questionnaire. Descriptive, frequency distribution and multiple regression analyses were performed. Results: Only 49% of 2029 stroke patients and 57% of 2603 stroke-free individuals knew that stroke was a heritable disorder. Among those who knew, 90% were willing to undergo genetic testing. Knowledge of stroke heritability was associated with having at least post-secondary education (OR 1.51, 1.25–1.81) and a family history of stroke (OR 1.20, 1.03–1.39) while Islamic religion (OR=0.82, CI: 0.72–0.94), being currently unmarried (OR = 0.81, CI: 0.70–0.92), and alcohol use (OR = 0.78, CI: 0.67–0.91) were associated with lower odds of awareness of stroke as a heritable disorder. Willingness to undergo genetic testing for stroke was associated with having a family history of stroke (OR 1.34, 1.03–1.74) but inversely associated with a medical history of high blood pressure (OR = 0.79, 0.65–0.96). Conclusion: To further improve knowledge of stroke heritability and willingness to embrace genetic testing for stroke, individuals with less formal education, history of high blood pressure and no family history of stroke require targeted interventions.

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.

Sartelli, M, Kluger Y, Ansaloni L, Coccolini F, Baiocchi GL, Hardcastle TC, Moore EE, May AK, Itani KMF, Fry DE, others.  2018.  Knowledge, awareness, and attitude towards infection prevention and management among surgeons: identifying the surgeon champion. World journal of emergency surgery. 13:1–6., Number 1: BioMed Central Abstract
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Alabi, Q, Akomolafe R, Adefisayo M, Olaoluwa S, Olajumoke A, Fasanya M, Oladele A.  2018.  Kolaviron attenuates diclofenac-induced nephrotoxicity in male Wistar rats, 05. Applied Physiology Nutrition and Metabolism. 43:956-968. Abstract
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