Items where Author is "Ike, TJ"

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Journal article

JIDONG, D.E., HUSAIN, N., ROCHE, A., LOURIE, G., IKE, T.J., MURSHED, M., PARK, M.S., KARICK, H., DAGONA, Z.K., PWAJOK, J.Y., GUMBER, A., FRANCIS, C., NYAM, P.P. and MWANKON, S., 2021. Psychological interventions for maternal depression among women of African and Caribbean origin: a systematic review. BMC Women's Health, 21: 83. ISSN 1472-6874

IKE, T.J., SINGH, D., JIDONG, D.E., MURPHY, S. and AYOBI, E.E., 2021. Rethinking reintegration in Nigeria: community perceptions of former Boko Haram combatants. Third World Quarterly. ISSN 0143-6597

JIDONG, D.E., HUSAIN, N., IKE, T.J., MURSHED, M., PWAJOK, J.Y., ROCHE, A., KARICK, H., DAGONA, Z.K., KARURI, G.S., FRANCIS, C., MWANKON, S.B. and NYAM, P.P., 2021. Maternal mental health and child well-being in Nigeria: a systematic review. Health Psychology Open, 8 (1).

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

IKE, T.J., SINGH, D., MURPHY, S., JIDONG, D.E., PORRITT, F. and AYOBI, E.E., 2020. Community perspectives of former terrorist combatants, militants and reintegration programmes in Nigeria: a systematic review. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression. ISSN 1943-4472

Conference contribution

JIDONG, D.E., IKE, T.J., PWAJOK, J.Y., FRANCIS, C. and MWANKON, S.B., 2021. Learning through play plus culturally adapted cognitive behaviour therapy for treating postnatal depression and improving child wellbeing in Nigeria: a participatory action research for manual adaptation. In: Nigerian Psychological Association Conference, Coal City University Enugu, Nigeria, 23-27 August 2021.

JIDONG, D.E. and IKE, T.J., 2021. “People with mild depression, one thing that is sustaining them is the teaching from their various religious leaders”: A qualitative study of religious beliefs about mental health in Nigeria. In: Nigerian Psychological Association Conference, Coal City University Enugu, Nigeria, 23-27 August 2021.

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