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  1. The Beck Hopelessness Scale: Factor structure, validity and reliability in a non-clinical sample of student nurses in South-western Nigeria
    Olutayo Aloba, Oluwaseyi Olabisi, Olayinka Ajao, Tolulope Aloba
    Journal of Behavioral Health. 2017; 6(1): 58-65.
  2. Seroprevalence of foot and mouth disease (FMD) among sedentary cattle in northern Plateau, Nigeria
    Yiltawe Simwal Wungak, Ishola Olayinka Olabisi, Babasola Oluseyi Olugasa, David Dazhia Lazarus, Hussaini Gulak Ularamu
    Asian Journal of Medical and Biological Research. 2015; 1(2): 169-174.
  3. Assessment of Cardiovascular Fitness of Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis Using Six Minute Walk Test
    Rufus Adesoji Adedoyin, Gregory Efosa Erhabor, Oluwatobi Daniel Ojo, Chidozie Emmanuel Mbada, Taofeek Oluwole Awotidebe, Daniel Osagbemworhue Obaseki,Olayinka Omotesho Awofolu
    TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin. 2010; 9(2): 99-106.
  4. Midwives’ knowledge and utilization of non-pneumatic anti shock garment in reducing complication of postpartum haemorrhage in selected health care facilities in Bayelsa state Nigeria
    Olayinka A. Onasoga, Emon Duke, Imabin U. Danide, Izibeloko Omi Jack-Ide
    . 2015; 4(4): 977-981.
  5. Knowledge of and Attitude towards Antiretroviral Therapy among People Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria
    Muhammed, Olanrewaju, Afolabi, Kayode, Thaddeus, Ijadunola, Adesegun, Ola, Fatusi, Olayinka, Olasode
    TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin. 2010; 9(3): 201-208.
  6. Documentation in labour among midwives in Madonna university teaching hospital elele, rivers state, Nigeria
    Frank Maureen Dike, Olayinka A. Onasoga, Esther Njoku
    . 2015; 4(5): 1404-1409.
  7. Studies on the Adsorption of Indigo Dye From Aqueous Media Onto Carbonised Sugarcane Bagasse
    Olayinka Sanda, Elijah A. Taiwo
    Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 2017; 25(1): 40-47.
  8. Factors associated with episiotomy among parturients delivering in a tertiary care centre in Nigeria
    Olorunfemi Oludele Owa, Akinbowale Romance Eniowo, Olayinka Stephen Ilesanmi
    . 2015; 3(4): 836-840.
  9. Prevalence of gastrointestinal symptoms and related drug use among pregnant women of South-Western Nigeria
    Abiodun Christopher Jemilohun, Adeniyi Olanipekun Fasanu, Aramide Mikhail Tijani, Olayinka Gbenga Stanley
    . 2015; 4(5): 1464-1470.
  10. Seroprevalence of Toxoplasma gondii in dogs slaughtered for food in Southwestern Nigeria and assessment of consumer’s knowledge and behavior
    Adekunle Bamidele Ayinmode, Olayinka Olabisi Ishola, Taofeek Adebanbo Oderinu
    Alexandria Journal of Veterinary Sciences. 2015; 45(1): 161-165.
  11. Assessment of cardiotoxic potential of methanol extract of red cultivar Allium cepa
    Adeoye Joshua Oyewusi, Olayinka Ayotunde Oridupa, Adebowale Bernard Saba, Oluwole Oni, Ibironke Kofoworola Oyewusi, Musa F Mshelbwala
    Sokoto Journal of Veterinary Sciences. 2017; 15(3): 69-77.
  12. Comparative Analysis of Phytochemical and Proximate Composition of Allium sativum L. and Zingiber officinale Rosc.
    Amudalat Ranti Lawal, Umar Bolaji Olayinka, Ramat A. Murtadha, Ayinla Aziz, Emmanuel O. Etejere
    Nigerian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 2018; 26(2): 82-87.
    Adeyinka Jeremy Adedeji, Jolly Amoche Adole, Benjamin Dogoyaro, Nimzhi Kujul, Ishaya Sini Tekki, Olayinka Asala, Nneka Chineze Chima, Dyek Yohana Dyek, Adrian Sani Maguda, Aba Adulugba
    Nigerian Veterinary Journal. 2017; 38(2): -.



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