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Journal article

PARK, M.S.-A., GOLDEN, K.J., VIZCAINO-VICKERS, S., JIDONG, D. and RAJ, S., 2021. Sociocultural values, attitudes and risk factors associated with adolescent cyberbullying in East Asia: a systematic review. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 15 (1): 5. ISSN 1802-7962

JIDONG, D., HUSAIN, N., FRANCIS, C., MURSHED, M., ROCHE, A., IKE, T.J., KARICK, H., DAGONA, Z.K., PWAJOK, J.Y., NYAM, P.P., MWANKON, S.B. and GUMBER, A., 2021. Mental health experiences of mothers in Jos, Nigeria: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. SAGE Open Medicine, 9. ISSN 2050-3121

Chapter in book

AKINLOSOTU, J., JIDONG, D. and OMOLAYO, B., 2016. Transforming research findings into commercial products using technological innovations for national development. In: 3rd EKSU International Conference and Research Fair, 2016. Book of proceedings, humanities-based disciplines. Ado Ekiti, Nigeria: Office of Research and Development, Ekiti State University, pp. 173-180.

JIDONG, D. and AKINYLEYE, G.A., 2016. The role of counselling services and mentoring on entrepreneurship for sustainable economic growth. In: J.A. ADEGUN, J.B. BABALOLA and I.A. AJAYI, eds., Concurrent issues in education. Lagos: Premier Publishers, pp. 203-212. ISBN 9789783857438

Conference contribution

PREMKUMAR, P., DARE, O. and JIDONG, D., 2022. Conceptualising mental health among students of African, Caribbean, and similar ethnicities. In: Seminar at SMaRteN, [virtual], 6 December 2022.

JIDONG, D., DAVID, J., HUSAIN, O. and IKE, T., 2022. Optimal health program for young people in clinical high-risk spectrum for psychosis: a focus group participatory action research for manual adaptation in the Nigerian context. In: 2nd International African and Caribbean Mental Health Conference (IACMHC-2), Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 29 October 2022.

JIDONG, D., 2022. Online learning through play plus culturally adapted cognitive behaviour therapy (LTP+CaCBT) for treating depressed UK African and Caribbean mothers: a pilot randomised controlled trial. In: Strategic Research Themes Conference, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 1-2 March 2022.

ZENN, J., AGHEDO, I. and JIDONG, D., 2022. Drivers of armed conflict, insecurity and terrorism in West Africa: the need to rethink international and state responses. In: British International Studies Association. BISA Event, [virtual], 8 February 2022.

JIDONG, D., FRANCIS, C. and MWANKON, S., 2020. Maternal mental health and child well-being among African and Caribbean population (Nigeria, Kenya and UK). In: CIMH 2020. Culture and International Mental Health Conference: Turning The World Upside Down, Online via Zoom, 18 December 2020.

JIDONG, D., 2020. Beyond the PhD - excursus on postdoctoral funding applications. In: The British International Studies Association (BISA) Event, Online, 2 October 2020.

JIDONG, D., 2020. Studying while black in the UK: what do they have to do to get through? In: UK Association of Black Psychologists (UK Abpsi), Online, 30 October 2020.

JIDONG, D., 2019. Can the Nigerian cultural beliefs about mental health issues explain suicidal ideation? In: 9th Culture and International Mental Health Conference, Waltham Forest Town Hall, London, 12 September 2019.

JIDONG, D. and GANNON, K., 2019. Challenges faced by interpreters in mental healthcare services. In: The International Journal of Arts & Sciences (IJAS) Annual Conference 2019, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts USA, 28-30 May 2019.

JIDONG, D., 2018. The impact of black history is shaping the psychology discipline: a case study of Nigerian cultural beliefs and mental health. In: The Psychology Research Seminar, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 24 October 2018.

JIDONG, D., 2018. Prospects in the psychology discipline. In: Schools, Students and Teachers Network (SSAT) Aspirations Show 2018, University Square Stratford, London, 6 July 2018.

JIDONG, D., 2018. Mental health in Nigeria: a qualitative study of Berom, Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo ethnic groups. In: Seminar Series of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), University of East London, London, 18 April 2018.

JIDONG, D., 2017. Mental health in Nigeria: a qualitative study of Berom, Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo languages and cultural beliefs. In: Seminar Series, Newham University College Centre, London, 22 November 2017.

TRIBE, R., FARSIMADAN, F., SMITH, P., BELL, D., JALONEN, A., JIDONG, D., FILIPOWICZ, D., MITOV, M. and PINTO, P., 2017. Building bridges – working with local communities and making a difference through improving communication across languages and cultures. In: The 3rd Community Psychology Festival, University of West of England, Bristol, 15 September 2017.

JIDONG, D., TRIBE, R., ROHLEDER, P. and TUNARIU, A., 2017. Mental health: a qualitative study of Berom, Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo languages and cultural beliefs. In: The School of Psychology Research & Civic Engagement Conference, University of East London, London, 6 July 2017.

JIDONG, D., TRIBE, R., TUNARIU, A. and ROHLEDER, P., 2017. Berom language, cultural beliefs and mental well-being: a qualitative study. In: The American Canadian Conference for Social Sciences and Humanities, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, 5 June 2017.

JIDONG, D., TRIBE, R., TUNARIU, A. and ROHLEDER, P., 2017. Mental health and well-being within the context of the Yoruba community in Nigeria. In: The American Canadian Conference for Social Sciences and Humanities, McGill University, Montreal-Quebec, Canada, 30 May 2017.

JIDONG, D., 2016. 'Native language' in mental health: a systematic review. In: The American Psychological Association (APA) Division 45, Society for Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race, Stanford University and Palo Alto University, California, USA, 7 July 2016.

JIDONG, D., OLAWA, B. and OMOLAYO, B., 2016. Coping hoarding distress in older people: a need for implementing old age-friendly sustainable development goals in Nigeria. In: The University of Ghana, School of Social Sciences International Conference, University of Ghana, Ghana, 12 April 2016.

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

JIDONG, D., 2016. The impact of Berom community cohesion on psychological well-being. Kuru Views, 1 (1), pp. 30-32.

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