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Dr. Nta Obono Okoi


Family Medicine


Lecturer I


[email protected]

About Dr. Nta Obono Okoi

Dr. Nta Obonom Okoi is a Senior Consultant and lecturer in University of Calabar Cross River State Nigeria. He graduated from University of Calabar with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBCH) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) and Post graduate Diploma in Theology from Essien Ukpabio Presbyterian theological College, an offiliate of University of Calabar. He is a fellow of West African College of Physician (FWACP) in family Medicine. He has taught and examined undergraduate students and supervised Resident Doctors both in part 1 and 11 in the department of family Medicine. A widely travelled scholar with many publication in local and international learned journals and attended many conference. He is also a member of many Associations including Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), medical and Dental Consultant Association of Nigeria (MDCAN), society of family physician of Nigeria (SOFPON), World Organization of family Doctors (WONCA). The Heart Winner Action Group Association Calabar Branch (HWAGA) and Association of General and Private Medical Practitioner of Nigeria (AGPMCPN) Cross River State Branch. He is the faculty Representative to faculty of social sciences. The medical superintendent of Comprehensive Health Centre Okoyong Odukpani Local Government Area of Cross River State an annex of University of Calabar Teaching Hospital for Rural Training of Resident Doctors and final year Medical Student. He is interested in Rural Medicine. Presently he is undergoing Research in the following Areas; The use of gylcaemic index of Nigeria Local foods in the management of type 2 diabetes mellitus; A two year control study in the use of Olive oil to massage the perineum during the Active Phase of labour to reduce the rate of episiotomy and perinea tear in comprehensive Health Centre Okoyong; The comparative effect of different tomato preparation in the control of fats absorption from Gastro intestine tract in humans and A two year control study in the use folic acid in the management of Homosystein a secondary cause of hypertension in the Rural Areas. He is married with four children, 2 boys and 2 girls.

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving CertificatePresbyterian Primary School, Ugep, Yakurr Local Government Area, Cross River Statw, Nigeria 19681972
WASCCommunity Secondary School, Ugep, Yakurr Local Government Area, Cross River Statw, Nigeria 19751980
MBBChUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria19881996
FWACPWest African College of Physicians20002011
Post Graduate Diploma in ManagementUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20102011
Post Graduate Diploma in TheologyUniversity of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20152017

S/N Publication
Okoi, N. O., Ayuk, A. E., & Ashindoitiang, J. A. (2019). Appendictis and Appenectomy in the Obese patients. International Journal of Medical Sciences, 6(9), 21-23.
Anake, P. M., & Okoi, N. O. (2019). Participation in school based physical Exercise and Academic Performance, A need for medical and counselling implication in Calabar South LGA of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation, 6(4), 24-29.
Adat, P. E., Okeke, C. M., Gyuse, A. N., & Okoi, N. O. (2018). Body weight perception among Adults attending a primary care Clinic in South- South Nigeria. Chronicle of Medicine and Surgery, 2(4), 182-189.
Okoi, N. O., Anake, P. M., & Ebri, O. U. (2018). Teenage pregnancy and early child care, Implication for health educations/Counselling in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Medical and Health Research, 4(9), 78-82.
Okoi, N. O., & Etim, J. J. (2018). Nutritional and therapeutic Importance of Lycopene, a strong antioxidant present in red tomatoes for effective reduction of plasma lipid profile (hyperlipidemia) and prevention of cardiovascular disease in Humans. International journal of Applied Research, 4(9), 242-247.
Okoi, N. O., Ayuk, A. E., & Inyang, A. W. (2018). Evaluation of complications Associated with Post Circumcision Anti- Biotic use in male children in a Rural Hospital. International Journal of Medical Sciences, 58(1), 23-25.
Etim, J. J., Okoi, N. O., Inah, G. M., Ruth, E., & Ekpo, E. I. (2018). Tackling food insecurity using respondents views towards national food security; a call for stakeholders action in Teaching, Research and Practice. International Journal of Research, 5(4), 2385-2396.
Etim, J. J., Okoi, N. O., Ndep, A. O., & Ibiang, O. E. (2017). Work-Overload and Work- place Stress on Hospital Staff in Ugep Urban of Yakurr Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, 42, 196 – 204.
Inaja, A. E., Anake, P. M., & Okoi, N. O. (2017). Parenting Styles, Adolescent behavior and social adjustment in Northen Cross River State. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 7(12), 12-27.
Iyam, M. A., Okoi, N. O., & Arikpo, I. A. (2017). Nutrition, Poverty and Women Empowerment. International Journal of food Science and Nutrition, 2(4), 179-180.
Iyam, M. A., Okoi, N. O., & Arikpo, I. A. (2017). OKANA, A Yakurr Delicacy: its Nutritional value and social implications. International Journal of Research and Development, 2(3), 197-206.
Etim, J. J., Iyam, M. A.& Okoi, N. O. (2017). Micro-Nutrient related diseases prevention, An intervention based approach towards the attainment of sustainable developmental goal No. 3(Good Health and Well- being). International journal of Advanced Scientific Research, 2(3), 04-7.
Atana- Ewa, A. U., Okio, N. O., Francis, A., & Calistus, E. (2015). Tuberculosis in well Nourished children in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Tuberculosis Research, 3(02), 59.
Udonwa, N. A., & Okoi, N. O. (2013). The Impact of providers continuity of care on Quality of care of patients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus in the Family. Medicine Clinic of UCTH. Journal of General practice, 109, 2.

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