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Premenstrual dysphoric disorder among medical students of a Nigerian university.
- B. A. Issa, A. D. Yussuf, A. W. O. Olatinwo, M. Ighodalo
- Annals of African medicine
- 1 July 2010
BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE This study aimed at estimating the prevalence and associated factors of premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) among medical students in a University in the North-Central State… Expand
Depression comorbidity among patients with tuberculosis in a university teaching hospital outpatient clinic in Nigeria.
- B. A. Issa, A. D. Yussuf, Suleiman I Kuranga
- Mental health in family medicine
- 1 September 2009
Background Tuberculosis (TB) remains a leading infectious cause of morbidity and mortality throughout the world. Medication non-compliance has been recognised as one of the drawbacks in the… Expand
Predictors of psychiatric readmissions to the psychiatric unit of a tertiary health facility in a Nigerian city - a 5-year study.
OBJECTIVE Little is known about predictors of readmission of psychiatric patients in the study environment. Knowledge of this, we believe could aid effective management of psychiatric patients, as… Expand
Attitudes of Medical Students to Psychiatry at a Nigerian Medical School
Objective: To report attitudes to psychiatry before and after their psychiatric posting, among final-year medical students of a Nigerian University using the 30-item Attitude To Psychiatry… Expand
Association between Depression and Social Demographic Factors in a Nigerian Family Practice Setting
- Shittu Ro, Louis O. Odeigah, B. A. Issa, G. T. Olanrewaju, A. Mahmoud, M. Sanni
- 23 January 2014
Objectives: Although depression is one of the more common illnesses in outpatients’ clinic, it is often overlooked. Besides accurate identification and treatment is challenging. As pertinent as… Expand
The correlates of stress, coping styles and psychiatric morbidity in the first year of medical education at a Nigerian University.
- A. D. Yussuf, B. A. Issa, P. O. Ajiboye, O. Buhari
- Psychology, Medicine
- African journal of psychiatry
- 1 May 2013
OBJECTIVES This study was prompted by the heightened concerns about the stress inherent in medical education evident from the incessant requests for suspension of studies due to psychological… Expand
Hazardous alcohol use among doctors in a Nigerian tertiary hospital.
- B. A. Issa, A. D. Yussuf, O. Abiodun, G. T. Olanrewaju, T. O. Kuranga
- West African journal of medicine
- 1 April 2012
BACKGROUND There has been conflicting reports of the level of hazardous alcohol use among doctors despite the significant occurrences in the general population. Hence, the need to study the drinking… Expand
Suicidal Ideation among Depressed People Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, West Africa
Objective: Transient suicide thoughts are common to some people throughout the course of HIV disease and often do not indicate significant risk of suicide. However, persistent suicidal thoughts with… Expand
Mental health of doctors in a tertiary hospital in Nigeria
- B. A. Issa, A. D. Yussuf, G. T. Olanrewaju, O. Abiodun
- The Pan African medical journal
- 21 October 2014
Introduction Doctors are vulnerable to psychiatric morbidity as a result of their busy schedules and multiple role obligations. Yet, they often don't admit they have mental health problems nor are… Expand