WEST AFRICA’S FIRST STUDENTS’ MEDICAL JOURNAL
Medical Journals Published Since 1960
DOKITA is a WHO-recognised, peer-reviewed journal of the University of Ibadan Medical Students’ Association. DOKITA is the first medical journal to be produced in independent Nigeria and the first medical students’ journal in West Africa.
Journal of the University of Ibadan Medical Students' Association
For over 50 years we have kept up with our tradition of publishing our annual Dokita Journal, a WHO-recognized peer reviewed medical journal read widely by students and specialists alike.
Who We Are
DOKITA Editorial Board also organises annual symposia, where topical issues relating to national growth and development are discussed, the Biennial GlaxoSmithKline-Emeritus Professor O. O. Akinkugbe National Inter-medical School Quiz Competition among others.
We have also impacted over 200,000 university undergraduates and secondary school students through our annual symposia,our inter-medical school quiz, our essay-writing competitions and our numerous periodic trainings and workshops organized year round.
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We have worked with several reputable companies, non-profits and individuals to further our mission of fostering academic and social interaction among medical students in Nigeria.
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