1 OM - Oluwatosin Using concepts in academic achievement analysis
2 DR (MRS) OLUWAFEMI, YINKA DORIS Production of Beta-amylase by Trametes species on Some Agricultural wastes
3 Professor Kelsey Harrison We Reap What We Sow
4 Dr. Muhammad Ali Pate THE FUTURE OF HEALTH AND PROMISE OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE IN NIGERIA
5 Akpalaba Immaculata MOVING RESEARCH TO POLICY AND DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
6 Akpalaba Immaculata REPORT ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE WORLD HEARING DAY 2017 IN BENIN CITY
7 Dr. ADEBIMPE COMBATING ZOONOTIC DISEASES: EXPECTED SYNERGY BETWEEN MEDICAL AND VETERINARY PRACTITIONERS IN SOUTHWESTERN NIGERIA
8 Assessment of iron status in pre-dialysis chronic kidney disease in a Nigerian tertiary Hospital.
9 Iyawe I. O., Adejumo O. A. et al. Assessment of iron status in pre-dialysis chronic kidney disease in a Nigerian tertiary Hospital.
10 IYAWE OI , ADEJUMO OA. HAEMATOLOGIC PROFILE IN PRE-DIALYSIS CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS IN A TERTIARY HOSPITAL IN SOUTHERN NIGERIA
11 O. A. ADEJUMO et al. KNOWLEDGE OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AMONG NON-NEPHROLOGY NURSES IN AKURE, SOUTHWEST, NIGERIA
12 O. A. ADEJUMO et al. A CASE REPORT OF EMPHYSEMATOUS CHOLECYSTITIS ASSOCIATED WITH PNEUMOBILIA IN A DIABETIC PATIENT
13 F. E. Okonofua. Ajabor Lecture Postgraduate Medical Education in Nigeria3.
14 F. E. Okonofua. Gender presentation March 8, 2016
15 F. E. Okonofua. Health Sector & the Sustainable Development Goals.
16 F. E. Okonofua. REDUCING MATERNAL MORTALITY IN NIGERIA - THE NEED FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE AND HIGH LEVEL POLITICAL WILL. Ebonyi lecture Final
17 F. E. Okonofua. Research and Knowledge Management for Sexuality and Sexual Rights in Africa. Cameroon Conference
18 F. E. Okonofua. Role of the Anaesthetist in Prevention of Maternal Deaths. Benin Anaesthesia Presentation
19 F. E. Okonofua. Fasina's paper, A country clapping with one hand, Commentary on Nigeria’s exclusionary politics.
20 F. E. Okonofua. Guardian article Reflections on Overseas Medical Treatment.
21 F. E. Okonofua. Research Gaps and Prioritiesin HIV Prevention and Testing.
22 F. E. Okonofua. Unimed School of Public Health proposal Final
23 F. E. Okonofua. UNIMED CERHI Human and Sex Trafficking lecture
24 F. E. Okonofua. Pioneering a University of World Class Status. UNIMED
25 F. E. Okonofua. Concept Papers Development. UNIMED CERHI Short course
26 Building an International School of Public Health at the University of Medical Sciences to sustain the implementation of Public Health Programs in Africa
27 F. E. Okonofua. Vision and Mission of UNIMED, and looking at the Future
28 F. E. Okonofua. unimed VC's Address at Founder's day lecture
29 F. E. Okonofua. UNIMED VC's SPEECH at FUF Launching
30 Joseph Balogun. The Case for a Paradigm Shift in the Education of HealthCare Professionals in Nigeria. UNIMED Guesl Leccture
31 Joseph Ibomeim Okogun. SOME EFFICACIOUS NIGERIAN ANTICANCER HERBAL REMEDIES. UNIMED GUEST LECTURE
32 N. Briggs IMPERATIVES FOR EXCELLENCE IN MEDICAL EDUCATION. UNIMED lecture
33 Wilfed A. Iguodala, Friday E. Okonufua, et al. STUDENTS’ EVALUATION AND TRAITS EXPECTED OF LECTURERS - A CASE STUDY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, ONDO CITY, NIGERIA.
34 Amino Acids
35 BCM Neurochemistry
36 BIOCHEMICAL BASIS OF INHERITED DISEASE (INBORN ERROR OF METABOLISM) AND MANAGEMENT
37 UNIMED BIOCHEMISTRY PRACTICAL MANUAL
38 A. E. AYODELE. A. M. AROGUNJO et al. RADIOACTIVITY LEVEL OF DRILLED WELL WATER
39 A. M. AROGUNJO et al. PRELIMINARY STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND CLIMATIC FACTORS ON URINARY EXCRETION IN THE TROPICAL REGION
40 A. M. Arogunjo et al. Soil_fatility
41 A. E. AYODELE. A. M. AROGUNJO. et al. HEALTH DETRIMENT ASSOCIATED WITH EXPOSURE TO NATURAL RADIOACTIVITY
42 A. M. Arogunjo et al. THE IMPACT OF OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY TO THE NATURAL RADIOACTIVITY DISTRIBUTION IN THE DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA
43 A. M. Arogunjo. Radiological implications of electronic dump
44 A. M. Arogunjo. Radionuclide in foodstuffs
45 A. M. Arogunjo. APPLICATION OF OUTDOOR OCCUPANCY FACTOR TO THE EFFECTIVE DOSE CALCULATION IN SOME RURAL COMMUNITIES IN NIGERIA
46 A. M. Arogunjo. COMPARISON OF DAILY URINARY EXCRETION OF THORIUM
47 A. M. Arogunjo. Implication of the default absorption factor in the determination of the internal dose from the dietary intake of uranium in Nigerian foodstuffs
48 A. M. Arogunjo. INFLUENCE OF MINING ACTIVITY ON THE RADIOLOGICAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL HEALTH RISK IN THE ENVIRONMENT. A CASE STUDY OF SOME MINERAL MINING SITES IN NIGERIA.
49 A. M. AROGUNJO. TRACE ELEMENT COMPOSITION IN SOLID MINERALS - HEALTH IMPLICATION
50 Ife-Adediran O. O., Arogunjo A. M. EXPOSURE RATE ASSESSMENT FROM SELECTED CATHODE RAY TUBE DEVICES
51 F. E. Okonofua. Ekiti proposal on teenage pregnancy intervention and improvement of maternal health care.
52 F. E. Okonofua. Newspaper article maternal mortality, Preventing maternal deaths, the need for transformational leadership.
53 Dr.Yemisi Adefunke Jeff-Agboola fermented handbook
54 O. A. Adejumo et al. OBSTRUCTIVE NEPHROPATHY IN A KIDNEY HOSPITAL
55 O. A. Adejumo. REDUCING AKI BURDEN
56 O. A. Adejumo. RENAL BIOPSY
57 Adejumo O. A. et al. KNOWLEGDE OF ACUTE KIDNEY INJURY
58 ADEJUMO OA, AKINBODEWA AA OUTCOME OF AKI
59 Akinbodewa A. A. , Babatunde K. M. , Adejumo O. A. , Lamidi O. A. THE KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND USE OF HERBAL MEDICINAL PLANTS AMONG HEALTH CARE WORKERS - A PILOT STUDY
60 Akinbodewa A. A., Adejumo O. A. et al COMMUNITY SCREENING FOR RISK FACTORS AND MARKERS OF CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN ONDO STATE
61 AKINBODEWA AA, FADIPE F, ADEJUMO OA et al. COMMUNITY STUDY OF PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AMONG PAEDIATRIC AGE GROUP
62 Margaret Moyosola Oladapo Report of Practicum in Community Health Nursing on Evaluation of Strategies and Programmes to achieve the Health Policy Targets in Akure South Local Government Ondo State
63 Mallam Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai lecture at the 4th distinguished guest lecture: TRANSFORMING NIGERIA'S EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM: LOOKING BACK AND LOOKING FORWARD
64 Prof. Walker, UNIMED 2nd Public Lecture: New Universities as New Opportunities to Reform Nigeria’s Tertiary Education System
 
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