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Effective use of media awareness campaigns for Breast Cancer Care among women: a comparative study
(Bridgewater State University, 2016)
This study investigated the influence of media awareness campaigns on breast cancer care among women in South-West Nigeria. This study employed a mixed research method, which made use of survey and focus group discussion ...
Survival analysis and prognostic factors of timing of first childbirth among women in Nigeria
(BioMed Central, 2016)
Background: First childbirth in a woman's life is one of the most important events in her life. It marks a turnaround when she might have to drop roles of career building and education, for motherhood and parenthood. The ...
Marital status and HIV prevalence among women in Nigeria: ingredients for evidence-based programming
Objective: To assess the influence of marital status and other correlates on HIV infection among women in Nigeria. Methods: Data were extracted from the 2012 Nigerian population-based HIV/AIDS and reproductive health survey. ...
The role of emotional intelligence and organisational support on work stress of nurses in Ibadan, Nigeria
Background: Universally, nurses have been reported to be a group at high risk of workplace stress. However, nurses' responses to stressful situations at work could be the outcomes of individual differences and organisational ...
Trends and drivers of skilled birth attendant use in Nigeria (1990-2013): policy implications for child and maternal health
(Dove Medical Press, 2017)
ntroduction: While Nigeria accounts for only 2% of the world population, it regrettably shares 14% of global maternal death burden. Whether its reported increase in antenatal care utilization is accompanied by increased ...
Modelling self-assessed vulnerability to HIV and its associated factors in a HIV-burdened country
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
Background: Globally, individuals' self-assessment of vulnerability to HIV infection is important to maintain safer sexual behaviour and reduce risky behaviours. However, determinants of self-perceived risk of HIV infection ...