Buhari Oluwabunmi Ideraoluwa Nimota

CURRICULUM VITAE
FULL NAMES: BUHARI  OLUWABUNMI  IDERAOLUWA NIMATA                                                                                                                     
POST:   LECTURER 1, DEPARTMENT  BEHAVIOURAL    SCIENCES                                                                                                        
DATE OF BIRTH: 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1972    E-MAIL ADDRESS    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  CELL PHONE NUMBER                             08072090556 
MARITAL STATUS:  MARRIED
INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED (WITH DATES)                                                                                          
   
     1.  UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, ILORIN           1990-1997
     2.  KWARA STATE POLYTECHNIC, ILORIN        1988-1990
     3.  FEDRAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, ILORIN  1982-1988
     4.  UNIVERSITY PRIMARY SCHOOL, ILORIN      1977-1982
     5.  THERBOW NURSERY & PRIMARY SCHOOL,  1975-1977

 


His Publication are:

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS (WITH DATES)
 1. FELLOW, WEST AFRICAN POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL COLLEGE IN  PSYCHIATRY  (FWACP (PSYCHIATRY))                               APRIL, 2007
 2. BACHELOR OF MEDICINE, BACHELOR OF SURGERY, (MBBS) UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN                                                                DEC, 1997

  1. E.O. SANYA, T.A.T. SALAMI, O.O.GOODMAN, O.I.N. BUHARI, M.O. ARAOYE.2005 PERCEPTION AND ATTITUDE OF EPILEPSY AMONG TEACHERS IN PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND TERTIARY  EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN MIDDLE BELT  NIGERIA. TROPICAL DOCTOR.35: 153-156.
  2. A.D. YUSSUF, P.O. AJIBOYE, O.I.N. BUHARI,S.A. KURANGA, O.R.BALOGUN. 2006. PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH PROBLEMS OF RESIDENT DOCTORS IN A NIGERIAN TEACHING HOSPITAL SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY. 12(4): 106-111
  3. A.D. YUSSUF, S.A. KURANGA, O.R. BALOGUN, P.O.AJIBOYE, O.I.N  BUHARI. 2007. PSYCHIATRIC MORBIDITY AMONG NURSING STAFF  OF A UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL IN NIGERIA. NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY. 5:45-49.
  4. B. A. ISSA, A.D. YUSSUF, P.O.AJIBOYE, O.A. ADEGUNLOYE, O. I. N.BUHARI, M.T. PARAKOYI . 2008. PATTERN OF PSYCHIATRIC ADMISSION IN A NIGERIAN TERTIARY HOSPITAL: A 5-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE  STUDY. RESEARCH JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES . 2(5): 231- 235.
  5. O.A. ADEGUNLOYE, A.D. YUSSUF, P.O.AJIBOYE, B. A. ISSA, O.I.N.BUHARI. 2009. CORRELATES OF LENGTH OF STAY AMONG PSYCHIATRIC IN-PATIENTS IN A TERTIARY HEALTH INSTITUTION IN NIGERIA. RESEARCH JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES.3(2): 56- 61.
  6. P.O.AJIBOYE, A.D. YUSSUF, B.A. ISSA, O.A. ADEGUNLOYE, O.I.N BUHARI. 2009. CURRENT & LIFETIME PREVALENCE OF MENTAL DISORDERS IN A JUVENILE BORSTAL INSTITUTION IN NIGERIA.RESEARCH JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCES 3(1): 26-30.
  7. A.B. MAKANJUOLA, O.I.N.BUHARI.2009. FACTORS  ASSOCIATED WITH PSYCHIATRIC MORBIDITY AMONG PATIENTS WITH CANCER IN A NIGERIAN TERTIARY HOSPITAL. NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF  PSYCHIATRY. 7(1) : 21-25.
  8. E.O. SANYA, P.M. KOLO, O.I.N. BUHARI, J.A. OGUNMODEDE, S.A. ADERIBIGBE. 2010. VIEWS OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERSOF CHILDHOOD EPILEPSY AND ASTHMA.THE TROPICAL JOURNAL OF HEALTH SCIENCES. 17(1): 76-81.
  9. O. A. ADEGUNLOYE,  A. D. YUSUF, P. O. AJIBOYE, B. A. ISSA, O. I. N  BUHARI 2010. PREVALENCE AND CORRELATES OF DISTRUPTIVE  BEHAVIOUR DISORDERS IN YOUTHS IN A JUVENILE BORSTAL INSTITUTION. NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY. 8(3):12-17.
  10. A. A. AJAPE, B. A. ISSA, O. I. N. BUHARI,   P.O. ADEOYE,   A. L. BABATA, O. O. ABIOLA. 2010. CASE REPORT, GENITAL SELF –MUTILATION. ANNALS OF AFRICAN MEDICINE. 9(1): 31-34.
  11. A. D. YUSUF, P. O. AJIBOYE, B. A. ISSA, O. I. N. BUHARI.  2011. THE PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS AMONG YOUTHS IN A BORSTAL INSTITUTION IN NIGERIA. JPPS, 8(1):22- 28.
  12. O.I.N. BUHARI, A.D. YUSUF, P.O. AJIBOYE, B.A. ISSA,  O.A. ADEGUNLOYE. 2011. ATTITUDE OF MEDICAL STUDENTS TO PSYCHIATRY IN A NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY. THE NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY .9(2) 8-13.
  13. A.D. YUSUF, P.O. AJIBOYE, B.A. ISSA, O.I.N. BUHARI.  2011. THE PREVALENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS AMONG YOUTHS IN A BORSTAL INSTITUTION IN NIGERIA. JPPS ;  8(1): 22-28