Prof Ndetei David M Publications
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  1. Forming a joint dialogue among faith healers, traditional healers and formal health workers in mental health in a Kenyan setting: towards common grounds.
  2. The prevalence of mental disorders among upper primary school children in Kenya.
  3. Stress, diabetes, and infection: Syndemic suffering at an urban Kenyan hospital.
  4. How Do Clinicians Prefer Cultural Competence Training? Findings from the DSM-5 Cultural Formulation Interview Field Trial.
  5. Stigmatizing attitudes toward mental illness among primary school children in Kenya.
  6. Perspectives of family members participating in cultural assessment of psychiatric disorders: findings from the DSM-5 International Field Trial.
  7. The INTERPRET-DD study of diabetes and depression: a protocol
  8. Stigmatization of psychiatrists and general practitioners: results of an international survey.
  9. Khat Use, PTSD and Psychotic Symptoms among Somali Refugees in Nairobi - A Pilot Study.
  10. A hidden face of community mental health care in Africa: specialist care from private providers in Kenya
  11. External built residential environment characteristics that affect mental health of adults.
  12. A national population-based assessment of 2007-2008 election-related violence in Kenya.
  13. Why medical students choose psychiatry - a 20 country cross-sectional survey.
  14. Mental healthcare in Kenya: exploring optimal conditions for capacity building.
  15. Validation of a modified version of the PRIME screen for psychosis-risk symptoms in a non-clinical Kenyan youth sample.
  16. Factors that influence the choice of psychiatry as a career by medical students at the School of Medicine, College of Health Sciences, University of Nairobi.
  17. Knowledge of psychiatric terms and concepts among Kenyan youth: analysis of focus group discussions.
  18. Prevalence, types and comorbidity of mental disorders in a Kenyan primary health centre.
  19. Major depressive disorder in a Kenyan youth sample: relationship with parenting behavior and parental psychiatric disorders.
  20. Suicidal behaviour among youths associated with psychopathology in both parents and youths attending outpatient psychiatric clinic in Kenya.
  21. Traditional healers and provision of mental health services in cosmopolitan informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya.
  22. The relationship between schizoaffective, schizophrenic and mood disorders in patients admitted at Mathari Psychiatric Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya.
  23. Classes of psychotic experiences in Kenyan children and adolescents.
  24. The prevalence of depressive symptoms among adolescents in Nairobi public secondary schools: association with perceived maladaptive parental behaviour.
  25. Prevalence and characteristics of psychotic-like experiences in Kenyan youth
  26. Multiple traumas, postelection violence, and posttraumatic stress among impoverished Kenyan youth.
  27. The Prevalence of Depression among Family Caregivers of Children with Intellectual Disability in a Rural Setting in Kenya.
  28. The Association between Alcohol Dependence and Depression before and after Treatment for Alcohol Dependence.
  29. The Association between Alcohol Dependence and Depression before and after Treatment for Alcohol Dependence
  30. The prevalence of substance use among psychiatric patients: the case study of Bugando Medical centre, Mwanza (northern Tanzania)
  31. A survey of psychosis risk symptoms in Kenya.
  32. Lifetime mental disorders and suicidal behaviour in South Africa.
  33. Physical illness in patients with severe mental disorders. II. Barriers to care, monitoring and treatment guidelines, plus recommendations at the system and individual level.
  34. Physical illness in patients with severe mental disorders. I. Prevalence, impact of medications and disparities in health care.
  35. University medical education in Kenya: The challenges.
  36. Mental disorders, health inequalities and ethics: A global perspective.
  37. Suicidality and depression among adult patients admitted in general medical facilities in Kenya.
  38. Personality disorder: a new global perspective.
  39. Profiles of referrals to a psychiatric service: a descriptive study of survivors of the Nairobi US Embassy terrorist bomb blast.
  40. Perceived economic and behavioural effects of the mentally ill on their relatives in Kenya: a case study of the Mathari Hospital
  41. Recognition of depression in children in general hospital-based paediatric units in Kenya: practice and policy implications.
  42. A cross-sectional study of co-occurring suicidal and psychotic symptoms in inpatients at mathari psychiatric hospital, nairobi, kenya
  43. Burnout in staff working at the Mathari psychiatric hospital.
  44. Obsessive-compulsive (oc) symptoms in psychiatric in-patients at Mathari hospital, Kenya.
  45. The implementation of mental health information systems in developing countries: challenges and opportunities.
  46. Prevalence of substance abuse among patients in general medical facilities in Kenya.
  47. Patterns of drug abuse in public secondary schools in Kenya.
  48. Psychosocial and health aspects of drug use by students in public secondary schools
  49. The prevalence of mental disorders in adults in different level general medical facilities in Kenya: a cross-sectional study.
  50. Psychometric properties of the Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children (MASC) amongst Nairobi public secondary school children, Kenya.
  51. A cross-cultural comparative study of patterns of depression in a hospital-based population.
  52. Feighner's symptom profile of alcoholism in a Kenyan general hospital.
  53. Life events occurring before and after onset of depression in a Kenyan setting--any significance?
  54. Schneider's first rank symptoms of schizophrenia in Kenyan patients.
  55. Hallucinations in Kenyan schizophrenic patients.
  56. Study of delusions in Kenyan schizophrenic patients diagnosed using a set of research
  57. A study of some psychological factors in depressed and non-depressed subjects in a Kenyan setting.
  58. The relation between contextual and reported threat due to life events: a controlled study.
  59. Life events and depression in a Kenyan setting.
  60. Psychiatry in Kenya: yesterday, today and tomorrow.. An overview.
  61. The prevalence and clinical presentation of psychiatric illness in a rural setting in Kenya.
  62. Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia in developing countries: prevalence, management, and risk factors.
  63. The prevalence of anxiety and depression symptoms and syndromes in Kenyan children and adolescents.
  64. Clinical epidemiology in patients admitted at Mathari Psychiatric Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya.
  65. The prevalence of personality disorders in a Kenyan inpatient sample.
  66. Attitudes toward psychiatry: a survey of medical students at the University of Nairobi, Kenya.
  67. Body dysmorphic disorder: case report.
  68. Outcome of a working diagnosis of "psychosis" in relation to DSM-IV diagnostic criteria in a Kenyan in-patient cohort at Mathari hospital, Nairobi.
  69. Traumatic experiences of Kenyan secondary school students.
  70. Psychiatric morbidity among convicted male sex offenders at Kamiti Prison, Kenya.
  71. Bullying in public secondary schools in Nairobi, Kenya.
  72. Post traumatic stress disorder among Mau Mau concentration camp survivors in Kenya.
  73. Psychometric properties of an African symptoms check list scale: the Ndetei-Othieno-Kathuku scale.
  74. Trauma, grief and depression in Nairobi children after the 1998 bombing of the American Embassy.
  75. Psychological effects of the Nairobi US embassy bomb blast on pregnant women and their children.
  76. Traumatic grief in Kenyan bereaved parents following the Kyanguli School fire tragedy.
  77. Post traumatic stress disorder among motor vehicle accident survivors attending the orthopaedic and trauma clinic at Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi.
  78. Substance use among children and young persons appearing in the Nairobi Juvenile Court, Kenya.
  79. Psychiatric morbidity among children and young persons appearing in the Nairobi Juvenile Court, Kenya.
  80. Substance abuse in outpatients attending rural and urban health centres in Kenya.
  81. Social change, globalization and transcultural psychiatry--some considerations from a study on women and depression.
  82. Study of psychiatric consequences of closed head injury at the Kenyatta National Hospital.
  83. WHO Neuropsychiatric AIDS study, cross-sectional phase II. Neuropsychological and neurological findings.
  84. The World Health Organization's cross-cultural study on neuropsychiatric aspects of infection with the human immunodeficiency virus 1 (HIV-1). Preparation and pilot phase.
  85. Psychiatric phenomenology across countries: constitutional, cultural, or environmental?
  86. Experiences from a marital-sex therapy clinic in Nairobi.
  87. Paranoid disorder--environmental, cultural or constitutional phenomenon?
  88. Cross-cultural study of religious phenomenology in psychiatric in-patients.
  89. Content of grandiose phenomenology across cultures.
  90. A cross-cultural study of the frequencies of Schneider's first rank symptoms of schizophrenia.
  91. Frequency and clinical significance of delusions across cultures.
  92. Pattern of anxiety in a cross-cultural hospital population.

 

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