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Dr. Udeme essien asibong

SNR LECTURER
Family Medicine
udemeasibong@unical.edu.ng

I am a chief consultant,family physician with the UCTH.and also a senior lecturer with the Dept.of family medicine,faculty of medicine,college of medical sciences,university of calabar.i am also a trainer,clinician and researcher.i provide comprehensive,co-ordinated,compassionate and continuing medical care to all patients.

Asibong UE, Udonwa NE,Okokon IB, Gyuse AN, Aluka TM, Ekpe EE.(2010).Patient Characteristics that may predict the likelihood of the presence of mental health problems in patients attending the General Outpatient Clinic of a tertiary hospital in South-South Nigeria. Mental Health in Family Medicine. 7: 169-77. (Pubmed indexed) 


Aluka TM, Gyuse AN,Udonwa NE, Asibong UE,Meremikwu MM, Oyo-Ita A (2013). Comparison of cold water sponging and acetaminophen in control of fever among children attending a tertiary hospital in South Nigeria. J Fam Med Primary Care 2013;2:153-8. (Pubmed indexed)


Udeme Asibong,Ita B Okokon,Thomas U Agan, Affiong Oku, Margaret Opiah, James Essien, Emmanuel Monjok (2014).The use of the partograph in labor monitoring: a cross-sectional study among obstetric caregivers in General Hospital, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Women’s Health. 6: 873 - 880.


Ita B. Okokon,Afiong O. Oku,Thomas U.Agan,Udeme E.Asibong, Ekere J. Essien, and Emmanuel Monjok.(2014) An Evaluation of the Knowledge and Utilization of the Partogragh in Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Care Settings in Calabar, South-South Nigeria. International Journal of Family Medicine, Article ID 105853, 9 pages http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/105853


Thomas U.Agan,Ubong Akpan, Ita B.Okokon, Afiong O.Oku,Udeme E. Asibong, Margaret M. Opiah, Ekere J. Essien and Emmanuel Monjok. (2014) Assessment of the Knowledge and Utilization of the Partograph among Non-physician Obstetric Care Givers in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria. British Journal of Medicine & Medical Research 4(36): 5741-5755.


Okokon I B,Asibong U E,Archibong F,Monjok E (2014) Work-Related Traumatic Injury in the Paper-Producing Industry in Nigeria: A Case Study of the Nigerian Newsprint Manufacturing Company Limited, Oku-Iboku, Akwa Ibom State. Fam Med Med Sci Res 3: 143. doi:10.4172/2327-4972.1000143


Chidi Okafor,Bassey Edet and Udeme Asibong.(2015) Somatization Symptoms in a Primary Care Clinic at a Tertiary Hospital in Southern Nigeria. Journal of Biosciences and Medicines, 3, 67-73. Doi: 10.4236/jbm.2015.310009.


Okokon IB,John EE,Udonwa NE,Oku AO,Asibong UE,Udoezuo KO.(2016).Correlates and Predictors of Low Back Pain Disability and its Impact on Health-Related Quality of Life in a Family Practice Clinic in Calabar, South- South Nigeria. Fam Med Med Sci Res 5: 210. Doi:10.4172/2327-4972.1000210.


Ubong Akpan, Mabel Ekott, Atim Udoh,Udeme Asibong, Henry Okpara,Emmanuel Monjok and Saturday Etuk. (2017) Presumptive treatment with mebendazole and the prevalence of peripartum anaemia among pregnant women at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria International Journal of Current Medical and Pharmaceutical Research, vol. 3, issue, 04, pp.1633-1638.


Ubong Akpan,Udeme Asibong,Mabel Ekott1,Beatrice Moko, Saturday Etuk.(2017)Awareness and Factors that Influence Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness among Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinic in the General Hospital Calabar, Nigeria. Public Health Research 2017, 7(3): 78-84 DOI: 10.5923/j.phr.20170703.04


Ubong Akpan,Udeme Asibong,Mabel Ekott, Atim Udoh. (2017). Differences in Socio-Demographic Profile of Infertile and Fertile Women in Calabar, Nigeria. EC Gynaecology 5.1: 42-49.


Elvis Mbu Bisong,Emmanuel Monjok, Ita Bassey Okokon, Udeme Essien Asibong,Vincent Maduka Uhegbu,Thomas Udagbor Agan. Ectopic Pregnancy in General Practice: Experience from General Hospital, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria (2017). IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS); 16 (11): 45-51.


Ubong Bassey Akpan, Udeme Asibong, Henry Chima Okpara, Emmanuel Monjok, Saturday Etuk (2018). Antenatal   Deworming   and   Materno-Perinatal   Outcomes in Calabar, Nigeria. Open Access Maced J Med Sci 2018 as https://doi.org/10.3889/oamjms.2018.143


Okokon IB,Ogbonna UK,Asibong UE,Aluka TM. (2011).Referrals in Family Medicine – A Tertiary Health Care Perspective in South-South Nigeria. Nig. J. Fam. Pract;1(2): 11-14.


Asibong UE,Udonwa NE,Gyuse AN,Okokon IB,Aluka TM, Ekpe EE. (2011).  Recognition of Mental Health Problems by Primary Care Physicians in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Nigeria. Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal. 18 (4): 266-271. (Pubmed indexed)


Okokon IB,Ogbonna UK,Asibong UE, Aluka TM, Dienye PO.(2012). Teaching Family Medicine in Medical Schools – The Perspective from a Nigerian Medical School. Nig. J. Fam. Pract. 2(2):1- 6.


Okokon IB,Asibong UE, Inem VA,Ekpe EE, Udonwa NE, Aluka TM, Monjok E. (2012). Use of the General Health Questionnaire as a screening tool for Geriatric Patients in Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian J Med 2012; 432-437. (Pubmed indexed)


Umoh, N.O.,Asuquo, A.E.,Abia-Bassey,L.,Asibong, U.E. & Pokam,(2013) T.B. 


Etokidem A.J,Ndifon W.O,Asibong U.E.(2015)Perception and acceptability of malaria vaccine among maternal and child health clinic attendees at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of community medicine and primary health care; 27 (1): 51-58.


Aniekan Etokidem,Sidney Okpara,Udeme Asibong,Wilfred Ndifon, Emmanuel Nsan. (2016) Assessment of the attitude of public health workers in Calabar , Cross River State of Nigeria towards people living with HIV/AIDS using the attitude scale. Ibom Medical Journal; 9 (2): 1- 8 


Etokidem A J,Asibong UE,Oparah SK.Insecticide Treated Mosquito Bednet Ownership, Use and Re-Treatment practices of maternal and child health clinic attendees in Calabar, Nigeria. Mary Slessor Journal of Medicine 2014; 13 (1): 12-25.


Okokon IB,Asibong UE, Adat PE,Okeke CM (2017). Predictors of sickness absence and job satisfaction among staff of a coastal hospital in Calabar, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Medicine, 26 (2): 117-127

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