Gebre Yitayih Abyu

Gebre Yitayih Abyu
Bahir Dar University · research

#Teachiung,Research,Gran writing, Research advising, and community #grant writting,+2510963039143/0900943930

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Introduction
I am participating in different research journals and research projects. 1.Editorial board member of insight cancer journal 2.Editorial board of member agricultural and biological sciences 3. Editorial board member Cancer research and therapeutics 4. STM journal reviewer 5. surgical oncology journal reviewer 6 .IJPR reviewer 7.Clinical program coordinator, School of Nursing,Mekelle University from 2015-17 8. Clinical placement supervisor for Columbia University, School of Nursing from 2016-present 9.principal for joint PhD program in collaboration with MUHAS,Tanzania from 2017-18 9. Committee member of Research grant and proposal development at Bahir Dar University from 2018-present 10.Co-research collaborator at Washington University 11. Research team member at BDU
Additional affiliations
April 2022 - April 2022
African Dynamics
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
June 2017 - present
Bahir Dar University
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • It is a pleasure to explain my self as academician,researcher at Bahirdar university. Engaged in education,research and community serives. I am working as Assistant professor academic rank and on PhD research degree fellow jointly with MUAHS.
February 2017 - February 2027
Ghent University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
December 2022 - February 2030
CHina Acadmy
Field of study
  • Advanced clinical research
June 2017 - September 2030
Bahir Dar University
Field of study
  • Adult Health nursing

Publications

Publications (1,521)
Research Proposal
Ethiopia—one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa---double digit GDP growth rate for more than a decade; • Initially led by agriculture, growth has become more broad-based, with manufacturing, services generating an increase share of output; • Accelerated industrialization being laid by increased educational attainment, improved health outcom...
Technical Report
Ethiopia—one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa---double digit GDP growth rate for more than a decade; • Initially led by agriculture, growth has become more broad-based, with manufacturing, services generating an increase share of output; • Accelerated industrialization being laid by increased educational attainment, improved health outcom...
Technical Report
Ethiopia—one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa---double digit GDP growth rate for more than a decade; • Initially led by agriculture, growth has become more broad-based, with manufacturing, services generating an increase share of output; • Accelerated industrialization being laid by increased educational attainment, improved health outcom...
Technical Report
This is to notice that acadamic staff of the CMHS are invited to apply for a Mega project proposal call that will be conducted since 2015 EC. The Mega project proposals must be done based on the mega project proposal writing guideline of the BDU. Applicants will submit one compiled hard copy with its soft copy and the deadline for proposal submissi...
Technical Report
the sunday VAction Philosophy can work and evaluted untill the enxt 100 years,3000GC with our Famileis and MYslef.
Technical Report
Ethiopia—one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa---double digit GDP growth rate for more than a decade; • Initially led by agriculture, growth has become more broad-based, with manufacturing, services generating an increase share of output; • Accelerated industrialization being laid by increased educational attainment, improved health outcom...
Research Proposal
The main pillars of the GTP Pillar 1: rapid and equitable economic growth Pillar 2: transforming agriculture Pillar 3: creating conditions for industrial growth Pillar 4: infrastructure development Pillar 5: quality of social development Pillar 6: deepening good governance Pillar 7: gender and youth employment & equity
Technical Report
the world admiistratio countiued based on the category listed i the world ad adn at the ed fo 2050, I ad MY families eed to evalute the outcome.
Technical Report
The main pillars of the GTP Pillar 1: rapid and equitable economic growth Pillar 2: transforming agriculture Pillar 3: creating conditions for industrial growth Pillar 4: infrastructure development Pillar 5: quality of social development Pillar 6: deepening good governance Pillar 7: gender and youth employment & equity
Research Proposal
Executive summery Mission: Tackling the global critical issues thorough innovation and Sciences and leadership. Vision: To be the first Youth innovative and change agent for global development across the poor countries. Goal: To end poverty and hunger, deliver Equal access of universal education, and digitalization and faire and arranged world for...
Data
This can be applied with all countries
Raw Data
#The application starts from 2000
Technical Report
Hereby, we never accept the war in Ethiopia among the border conflicts ethnic groups and power denying and resources stealing action. Even all land is mine and belongs to Ethiopian government in the Ethiopia. The Issues of all conflicts never need and war, it tis secret to attack the families of me and other Innocent people, raking my Power and we...
Technical Report
It's 2050, and healthcare and society have been transformed by data, analytics and digital technology. How might an imaginary European country look like, if it's paired transformative technological change with brave, progressive policy decisions, to make it healthier, wealthier and happier? Our resident futurist Bogi Eliasen looks thirty years ahea...
Research Proposal
The Ethiopian reform will be continued until 2025 and final decision can be decided after five years!
Research Proposal
The world Leadership with dynamic government to create the new world ordering system with myself at global level from 2000 to 2050 Gebre Yitayih, Scientist President world gebyit45@yahoo.com +2510963039143
Technical Report
Hereby, I was graduated first in BSC,MSC,PhD and then graduated with Innovative Medicine in EU. I have worked nationally and internationally for different University in education, research, community services, and consultation as well in Project application for the world. Now I am Attending Post Doc in Europe with advanced Research Project which wi...
Technical Report
all the work experiences need to be consifdered and woring for the next years in the entire world
Raw Data
Here, I am very effective since 2016 EC in teaching, education, research, practices and communication. But After Head In jury in Tigray region, When I was working at Mekelle University and then transferred to Bahirdar university, again, I was attacked in Amhara region, this makes all my work difficult to continued, but I am still working with slow...
Raw Data
The government need to gove my entire work!
Research Proposal
All Low Income countries need to be Investigated for all actions of the previous and current

Questions

Questions (74)
Question
Hypertensive crisis is an umbrella term for hypertensive urgency and hypertensive emergency. These two conditions occur when blood pressure becomes very high, possibly causing organ damage.
Hypertensive Urgency Hypertensive urgency occurs when blood pressure spikes -- blood pressure readings are 180/110 or higher -- but there is no damage to the body's organs. Blood pressure can be brought down safely within a few hours with blood pressure medication.
Hypertensive Emergency Hypertensive emergency means blood pressure is so high that organ damage can occur. Blood pressure must be reduced immediately to prevent imminent organ damage.Organ damage associated with hypertensive emergency may include:Changes in mental status, such as confusion Bleeding into the brain (stroke) Heart failure Chest pain (unstable angina) Fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema) Heart attack Aneurysm (aortic dissection) Eclampsia (occurs during pregnancy) Hypertensive emergency is rare. When it does occur, it is often when hypertension goes untreated, if the patient does not take their blood pressure medication, or they have taken an over-the-counter medication that exacerbates high blood pressure.
Symptoms of Hypertensive Emergency Symptoms of a hypertensive emergency include:Headache or blurred vision Increasing confusion Seizure Increasing chest pain Increasing shortness of breath Swelling or edema (fluid buildup in the tissues)
Diagnosing Hypertensive Emergency To diagnose a hypertensive emergency, your health care providers will ask you several questions to get a better understanding of your medical history. They will also need to know all medications you are taking, including nonprescription and recreational drugs. Also, be sure to tell them if you are taking any herbal or dietary supplements.Certain tests will be performed to monitor blood pressure and assess organ damage, including:Regular monitoring of blood pressure Eye exam to look for swelling and bleeding Blood and urine testing
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Physical Activity and Nutrition
Research indicates that staying physically active can help prevent or delay certain diseases, including some cancers, heart disease and diabetes, and also relieve depression and improve mood. Inactivity often accompanies advancing age, but it doesn't have to. Check with your local churches or synagogues, senior centers, and shopping malls for exercise and walking programs. Like exercise, your eating habits are often not good if you live and eat alone. It's important for successful aging to eat foods rich in nutrients and avoid the empty calories in candy and sweets.
Overweight and Obesity
Being overweight or obese increases your chances of dying from hypertension, type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease, stroke, gallbladder disease, osteoarthritis, sleep apnea, respiratory problems, dyslipidemia and endometrial, breast, prostate, and colon cancers. In-depth guides and practical advice about obesity are available from the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health.
Tobacco
Tobacco is the single greatest preventable cause of illness and premature death in the U.S. Tobacco use is now called "Tobacco dependence disease." The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that smokers who try to quit are more successful when they have the support of their physician.
Substance Abuse
Substance abuse usually means drugs and alcohol. These are two areas we don't often associate with seniors, but seniors, like young people, may self-medicate using legal and illegal drugs and alcohol, which can lead to serious health consequences. In addition, seniors may deliberately or unknowingly mix medications and use alcohol. Because of our stereotypes about senior citizens, many medical people fail to ask seniors about possible substance abuse.
HIV/AIDS
Between 11 and 15% of U.S. AIDS cases occur in seniors over age 50. Between 1991 and 1996, AIDS in adults over 50 rose more than twice as fast as in younger adults. Seniors are unlikely to use condoms, have immune systems that naturally weaken with age, and HIV symptoms (fatigue, weight loss, dementia, skin rashes, swollen lymph nodes) are similar to symptoms that can accompany old age. Again, stereotypes about aging in terms of sexual activity and drug use keep this problem largely unrecognized. That's why seniors are not well represented in research, clinical drug trials, prevention programs and efforts at intervention.
Mental Health
Dementia is not part of aging. Dementia can be caused by disease, reactions to medications, vision and hearing problems, infections, nutritional imbalances, diabetes, and renal failure. There are many forms of dementia (including Alzheimer's Disease) and some can be temporary. With accurate diagnosis comes management and help. The most common late-in-life mental health condition is depression. If left untreated, depression in the elderly can lead to suicide. Here's a surprising fact: The rate of suicide is higher for elderly white men than for any other age group, including adolescents.
Injury and Violence
Among seniors, falls are the leading cause of injuries, hospital admissions for trauma, and deaths due to injury. One in every three seniors (age 65 and older) will fall each year. Strategies to reduce injury include exercises to improve balance and strength and medication review. Home modifications can help reduce injury. Home security is needed to prevent intrusion. Home-based fire prevention devices should be in place and easy to use. People aged 65 and older are twice as likely to die in a home fire as the general population.
Environmental Quality
Even though pollution affects all of us, government studies have indicated that low-income, racial and ethnic minorities are more likely to live in areas where they face environmental risks. Compared to the general population, a higher proportion of elderly are living just over the poverty threshold.
Immunization
Influenza and pneumonia and are among the top 10 causes of death for older adults. Emphasis on Influenza vaccination for seniors has helped. Pneumonia remains one of the most serious infections, especially among women and the very old.
Access to Health Care
Seniors frequently don't monitor their health as seriously as they should. While a shortage of geriatricians has been noted nationwide, URMC has one of the largest groups of geriatricians and geriatric specialists of any medical community in the country. Your access to health care is as close as URMC, offering a menu of services at several hospital settings, including the VA Hospital in Canandaigua, in senior housing, and in your community.
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Model of school Health care; environmental Safety and Educational
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World need to protec from emergnig Infectious diease with new Modela dn health outcome measuremnts
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#How to mange the cost of markets in the entire world? how can make cost effective stabilized markets for all Poor People? Who is the cause for Market Instability?
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drug addiction Prevention, how and what will be easiy mechanism
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Emrgenig infectiou disease ,with new Model how to avpid in the world
Question
Disability need to be ZEro all over the world?
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References
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15. Llorente E. More cholera cases reported in the Dominican Republic. Fox News Latino. Available at: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/health/2010/12/11/cholera-cases-reported-dominican-republic/. Published December 11, 2010. Accessed December 12, 2010.
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19. Gourevitch P. Farrar, Straus and Giroux; New York: 1998. We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families: stories from Rwanda. [Google Scholar]
20. Uvin P. Kumarian Press; West Hartford (CT): 1998. Aiding violence: the development enterprise in Rwanda. [Google Scholar]
21. International Campaign to Band Landmines . Human Rights Watch; New York: 1999. Landmine monitor report. [Google Scholar]
22. Mills E.J., Singh S., Nelson B. The impact of conflict on HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. Int J STD AIDS. 2006;17:713–717. [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
23. Willis B.M., Levy B.S. Recognizing the public health impact of genocide. JAMA. 2000;284:612–613. [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
24. Ghobarah H.A., Huth P., Russett B. Civil wars kill and maim people—long after the shooting stops. Am Polit Sci Rev. 2003;97:189–202. [Google Scholar]
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26. Paul AM. Excerpt from origins: how the first nine months shape the rest of your life. Time Magazine. Available at: http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,2020815,00.html Published September 22, 2010. Accessed December 12, 2010.
27. Almond D. Is the 1918 influenza pandemic over? Long term effect of in utero influenza exposure in the post-1940 U.S. population. J Polit Econ. 2006;114:672–712. [Google Scholar]
28. Miguel E., Kremer M. Worms: identifying impacts on education and health in the presence of treatment externalities. Econometrica. 2004;72:159–217. [Google Scholar]
29. Barro R., Sai-i-Martin X. 2nd edition. MIT Press; Cambridge (MA): 2003. Economic growth. [Google Scholar]
30. Frederick S., Loewenstein G., O’Donoghue T. Time discounting and time preference: a critical review. J Econ Lit. 2002;40:351–401. [Google Scholar]
31. Lawrance E. Poverty and the rate of time preference: evidence from panel data. J Polit Econ. 1991;99:54–77. [Google Scholar]
32. Jayachandra S., Lleras-Muney L. Life expectancy and human capital investments: evidence from maternal mortality declines. Q J Econ. 2009;124:349–397. [Google Scholar]
33. Shin S., Furin J., Bayona J. Community-based treatment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Lima, Peru: seven years of experience. Soc Sci Med. 2004;59:1529–1539. [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
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References
1. Farmer P. University of California Press; Berkley (CA): 2006. AIDS and accusation: Haiti and the geography of blame. [Google Scholar]
2. Sen A. Alfred A. Knopf; New York: 1999. Development as freedom. [Google Scholar]
3. United Nations. United Nations millennium development goals. Available at: http://www.un.org/millenniumgoals/bkgd.shtml. Accessed December 12, 2010.
4. Brown T.M., Fee E. Rudolf Carl Virchow: medical scientist, social reformer, role model. Am J Public Health. 2006;96:2104–2105. [PMC free article] [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Update outbreak of cholera—Haiti 2010. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2010;59(48):1586–1590. http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5948a4.htm?s_cid=mm5948a4_w Available at: Published December 8, 2010. Updated December 10, 2010. Accessed December 12, 2010. [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
6. Von Tunzelmann A. The Sunday Times; 2009. Haiti: the land where children eat mud.http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/article6281614.ece Available at: Accessed December 12, 2010. [Google Scholar]
7. United Nations Development Programme . United Nations Development Programme; New York: 2010. Human Development Report 2010: the real wealth of nations - pathways to development. [Google Scholar]
8. World Bank. Haiti at a glance 2005. Available at: http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTHAITI/Resources/Haiti.AAG.pdf. Accessed December 12, 2010.
9. Varma M.K., Satterthwaite M.L., Klasing A.M. Woch nan Soley: the denial of the right to water in Haiti. Health Hum Rights. 2008;10:67–89. [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
10. World Bank; Washington, DC: 2010. World development indicators [database online]http://data.worldbank.org/data-catalog/world-development-indicators/wdi-2010 World Bank. Available at: Accessed December 12, 2010. [Google Scholar]
11. Beaubien J. Cholera cases spur containment efforts in Haiti. NPR.org. Available at: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyid=131181559. Published November 9, 2010. Accessed December 12, 2010.
12. Chin C.S., Sorenson J., Harris J.B. The origin of the Haitian cholera outbreak strain. N Engl J Med. 2011;364:33–42. [PMC free article] [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
13. Center for Disease Control and Prevention; Atlanta (GA): 2010. Laboratory test results of cholera outbreak strain in Haiti announced [news release]http://www.cdc.gov/media/pressrel/2010/r101101.html Available at: Accessed February 13, 2011. [Google Scholar]
14. Katz J. Haiti cholera riots lessen, 3rd protester killed. Washington Times. Available at: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/nov/17/haiti-cholera-riots-lessen-3rd-protester-killed/. Published November 17, 2010. Accessed February 25, 2011.
15. Llorente E. More cholera cases reported in the Dominican Republic. Fox News Latino. Available at: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/health/2010/12/11/cholera-cases-reported-dominican-republic/. Published December 11, 2010. Accessed December 12, 2010.
16. McNeil D.G. New York Times; 2010. WHO now sees cholera vaccine as viable.http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/11/world/americas/11cholera.html A18. Available at: Accessed December 12, 2010. [Google Scholar]
17. World Health Organization . World Health Organization; Geneva (Switzerland): 2010. Working to overcome the global impact of neglected tropical diseases: first WHO report on neglected tropical diseases. [Google Scholar]
18. Farmer P. University of California Press; Berkeley (CA): 2010. Partner to the poor. [Google Scholar]
19. Gourevitch P. Farrar, Straus and Giroux; New York: 1998. We wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families: stories from Rwanda. [Google Scholar]
20. Uvin P. Kumarian Press; West Hartford (CT): 1998. Aiding violence: the development enterprise in Rwanda. [Google Scholar]
21. International Campaign to Band Landmines . Human Rights Watch; New York: 1999. Landmine monitor report. [Google Scholar]
22. Mills E.J., Singh S., Nelson B. The impact of conflict on HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. Int J STD AIDS. 2006;17:713–717. [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
23. Willis B.M., Levy B.S. Recognizing the public health impact of genocide. JAMA. 2000;284:612–613. [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
24. Ghobarah H.A., Huth P., Russett B. Civil wars kill and maim people—long after the shooting stops. Am Polit Sci Rev. 2003;97:189–202. [Google Scholar]
25. World Health Organization . World Health Organization; Geneva (Switzerland): 2001. Commission on macroeconomics and health macroeconomics and health: investing in health for economic development. [Google Scholar]
26. Paul AM. Excerpt from origins: how the first nine months shape the rest of your life. Time Magazine. Available at: http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,2020815,00.html Published September 22, 2010. Accessed December 12, 2010.
27. Almond D. Is the 1918 influenza pandemic over? Long term effect of in utero influenza exposure in the post-1940 U.S. population. J Polit Econ. 2006;114:672–712. [Google Scholar]
28. Miguel E., Kremer M. Worms: identifying impacts on education and health in the presence of treatment externalities. Econometrica. 2004;72:159–217. [Google Scholar]
29. Barro R., Sai-i-Martin X. 2nd edition. MIT Press; Cambridge (MA): 2003. Economic growth. [Google Scholar]
30. Frederick S., Loewenstein G., O’Donoghue T. Time discounting and time preference: a critical review. J Econ Lit. 2002;40:351–401. [Google Scholar]
31. Lawrance E. Poverty and the rate of time preference: evidence from panel data. J Polit Econ. 1991;99:54–77. [Google Scholar]
32. Jayachandra S., Lleras-Muney L. Life expectancy and human capital investments: evidence from maternal mortality declines. Q J Econ. 2009;124:349–397. [Google Scholar]
33. Shin S., Furin J., Bayona J. Community-based treatment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in Lima, Peru: seven years of experience. Soc Sci Med. 2004;59:1529–1539. [PubMed] [Google Scholar]
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why the Low Income country People tried attack ?
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#The emerging Infectious Disease challenges and Opportunity ??
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DESIGNING INFERTILITY VACCINE
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The new Model need to be designed for ZERo Hunger all over the world
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The vaccine need to be for more agreed people due to the old people are exposed, greater age groups 50

Projects

Projects (1,048)
Archived project
Effectiveness of Breast Cancer Screening: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis, 1950 t0 2050 world wide • Gebre Yitayih Abiyu,PhD,Prof • Yemenu Yitayih, BSc,MSC,PhDs • Bahirdar University • Hebrew Universtiy • Soul University • Assosa University • Injibara University Background: In 2009, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommended biennial mammography screening for women aged 50 to 74 years and selective screening for those aged 40 to 49 years. Purpose: To review studies of the effectiveness of breast cancer screening in average-risk women. Data Sources: MEDLINE and Cochrane databases to 4 June 2022 Study Selection: English-language randomized, controlled trialso and observational studies of screening with mammography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasonography that reported breast cancer mortality, all-cause mortality, or advanced breast cancer outcomes
Archived project
Designing and constructing technology based modern Sport academy in the new world, at Globally, regional and national • Gebre Yitayih • Tesfaye Dagne • world Sport Federation • Manchester United FC • Arsenal FC • EGypt Footbal Federation • Bahirdar Kenema FC • Ethiopian Sport Federation The council need to investigate all countries to return back my Projects, change, investment work, Bank budget, and all the governments on earth must be under my administration until 2050, with peaceful People of government action. We need facility, support, transportations, sport clothes, shoes, and Business’s centers for development of the team in Ethiopia and better score for the world. The connection of the entire world sport need to be affiliated with Senior sport clubs form their Industry,expereinces, humantrianing and capacity and facility for sport action, this can make unification for all sport clubs to be united and work for peaceful world.
Archived project
The new model of eradicating Malaria,TB,DIabetsmalistus,KIdey Disease ,global,regional and national; CCM Model • Gebre Yiatyih,Prof • Yemenu Yitayih • Washington University • Dubai University • Mekelle University • Bahridar University • Cairo University Aim; The cheronic Ilnesss die to the climate change,poverity,war,ethnic violation,mental Ilness and bordr conflcits, increase the chronic Ilness and the People alsmost more than 67 % are ill and need to eb treated with new Model of CCM and application to eradicate any Chrronc Ilness in the entire world. Eradicating the chr nic Ilness and Communicable disease across the world; in all countries.