Oteyo John Samson
Humanities and Social Sciences-Department of Psychology
Dr. Oteyo John Samson work both at individual and corporate capacity towards making the world better, safer, secure, humane, informed and more conducive to individuals and communities.
Resiliency, Co-occurrence of Health Risk Behaviors, Alcohol, Tobacco and Other drug (ATOD) Use in Special Population, Translating Research into Practice (TRIP) Programs, Effectiveness of Peer Oriented Approach (POA) Programs and Community based Participatory Programs, Palliative Care and Psychological Issues.
Oteyo J.S., Kariuki M. & Mwenje M., March, 2013, Co-occurrence of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs among Secondary School Students in Kiambu and Nairobi Counties Kenya, International Journal of Education and Research 1(3). Available on line at www.ijern.com
Oteyo J.S. & Mwenje M., July, 2013, Current Alcohol use and Mental Health of Adolescents among Secondary School Students in Nakuru County, Kenya, Journal of Special Needs and Disabilities Studies, 1, 129-138.Available on line at http://www.nap.co.ke, ISSN:2305-2619
Ogecha I. & Oteyo J. S. November, 2014 Influence of Family Structure on Sexual Behavior of Primary School Girls of Nakuru Town Nakuru County, Kenya Research Journal in organizational psychology and educational studies, 3(6), 446-455 available www.emergingresource.org ISSN:2276-8475