Lateef Olutoyin Oluwole

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African Journal of Psychiatry • March 2013 89 sleep and suicidal ideation, the crawling sensation of insects on his body persists. The sociodemographic variables of the two cases are consistent with previous reports that MHP has no predilection for any particular age, sex, racial or religious grouping, social class or intellectual level.3 It has been(More)
CONTEXT Mental disorders are major contributors to the burden of diseases all over the world. In general practice, which provides essentially primary care, depression is the most common mental disorder seen and often goes unrecognized. AIMS The aims of the study were to determine the prevalence of depression, the variables associated with depression, and(More)
BACKGROUND Primary care has been identified as a key setting for the reduction of alcohol-related harm, while general practitioners are expected to play a significant role. The study aimed at identifying pattern of, and factors that are associated with alcohol use disorders (AUDs) among patients attending Family Medicine unit of State University Teaching(More)
BACKGROUND Doctors have been identified as one of the key agents in the prevention of alcohol-related harm, however, their level of use and attitudes toward alcohol will affect such role. AIM This study is aimed at describing the pattern of alcohol use and the predictors of hazardous drinking among hospital doctors. SETTING Study was conducted at the(More)
Olanzapine, an atypical antipsychotic, is one of the most commonly used antipsychotics. Though olanzapine is commonly associated with endocrine side effects, it is generally well tolerated by most patients and is rarely associated with urinary incontinence. This report highlights the case of a 23 -year old male patient with schizophrenia who developed(More)
BACKGROUND The practice of Evidence-Based Psychiatry started in the 1990's, however prior to this time the practice of psychiatry did have an evidenced base though not structured and systematically spelt out. This study aimed to review the development of the concept and practice of Evidence-Based Psychiatry and to identify position of Nigerian psychiatry in(More)
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