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GENDER AND REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS COPING STRATEGIES IN ACHIEVING DESIRED FAMILY SIZES BY WOMEN IN SELECTED RURAL AND URBAN COMMUNITIES IN ENUGU STATE.

Authors: ANONYMOUS

In HEALTH, HOME SCIENCE

By EMRI SOLUTION

The specific objectives of the study include the following: 1. to examine how social constructs of gender in Igbo society affect sexual relationships and family planning in Enugu State. 2. to identify the strategies preferred by women in negotiating with their husbands and families in order to achieve the desired family size in Enugu State. 3. to determine if there are differences in the coping strategies adopted by rural and urban women in achieving the desired family size in Enugu State. 4. to determine the effectiveness of the coping strategies in achieving the desired family size in Enugu State as perceived by rural and urban women. These questions will guide this study. 75 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

DETERMINANTS OF RESPONSIVE EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC REFERRALS AND REFERRAL INTENTIONS AMONG TRADITIONAL BIRTH ATTENDANTS IN LAGELU LGA, OYO STATE, NIGERIA,

Authors: MUSTAPHA, MONSURUDEEN ADEBAYO

In HEALTH, MEDICAL & HEALTH SCIENCE

By MUHAMMAD ISA

The main objective of the study is to determine factors responsive for emergency obstetric referrals and referral intentions among traditional birth attendants in Lagelu LGA, Nigeria. The specific objectives are: 1. determine the beliefs and attitude towards responsive emergency obstetric referrals among the respondents; 2. determine perceived behavioral control (Self-Efficacy) in terms of confidence of the respondents in referring their clients when the need arise; 3. determine the subjective norms among the respondents towards responsive emergency referrals; 4. identify the nature of referral linkage between traditional birth attendants and the professional birth attendants; 5. make recommendation for the need to integrate TBAs into emergency obstetric referral system and 6. assess the utilization of referral system by the respondents  ABOVE  70 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

DETERMINANTS OF BIRTH-DELIVERY INTENTION AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN ABEOKUTA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OGUN STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: ABODUNRIN, ESTHER EBUNOLU

In HEALTH, MEDICAL & HEALTH SCIENCE

By MUHAMMAD ISA

The general objective of this study is to examine the determinants of birth-delivery intentions among women in Abeokuta South Local Government Area of Ogun State, Nigeria. The specific objectives are to: 1. describe the socio-demographic characteristic of the women in the study area; 2. examine the factors that lead to either home or institutional delivery among women in the study areas; 3. determine the knowledge of women about the birth-delivery intention at health institutions in the study area; 4. examine the determinants of home and institutional delivery by women in the study area; 5. determine the perception of women towards attending ante natal clinics in the study area and 6. Identify the challenges facing women about birth-delivery intention in the study area.  ABOVE  50 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

CHILD-SURVIVAL MESSAGE-COMMUNICATION SKILLS, ATTITUDE OF HEALTH WORKERS AND MOTHERS’ READINESS TO ADOPT SURVIVAL STRATEGIES AMONG ATTENDEES IN ADEOYO MATERNITY HOSPITAL, IBADAN

Authors: AKOBI, OLUFEMI SAMUEL

In HEALTH

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The specific objectives are to: 1. determine the perception of mothers on attitude of healthcare workers towards child-survival interventions; 2. determine the perception of mothers regarding communication skills of health care workers in disseminating motivational health messages on child-survival interventions; 3. determine the perceived readiness of mothers to implement child-survival strategies; 4. determine the association between perceived attitude of healthcare workers and the readiness of mothers to implement child-survival strategies and 5. determine the association between perceived communication skills of healthcare workers and the readiness of mothers to implement child-survival strategies.  ABOVE  50 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

BARRIERS TO EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING PRACTICE AMONG HIV POSITIVE MOTHERS ATTENDING PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION CLINIC, SAGAMU, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: OYELEYE, OLAMIDE OLUWATOMIPE

In HEALTH

By BLESSING IGWE

The specific objectives are to: 1. determine the level of knowledge of HIV positive mothers in OOUTH on mother-to-child transmission of HIV; 2. ascertain the perceived barriers to exclusive breastfeeding practice; 3. determine the roles individual beliefs play in exclusive breastfeeding practice among HIV positive mothers in OOUTH and 4. assess the practice level of EBF adoption among HIV positive mothers in OOUTH, Ogun State.  ABOVE  50 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

AWARENESS AND PERCEPTION OF ILISHAN REMO COMMUNITY MEMBERS ON CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: ELEBIJU, OLUWATOYIN JULIANA

In HEALTH

By JOHN ADEWALE

The general objective of this study is to assess the awareness, attitude and perception of Ilishan-Remo community members on chronic kidney disease. The specific objectives are to: 1. Assess the level of awareness of Ilishan Remo community members on chronic kidney disease. 2. Determine the attitude of Ilishan Remo community members on chronic kidney disease. 3. Identify the perception of Ilishan Remo community members on chronic kidney disease. ABOVE 80 PAGES ABOVE | CHAPTER 1-5   

ADOLESCENTS’ KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN SELECTED PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN ILE IFE.

Authors: JOHNSON, ELOHOR AGHOGHO

In HEALTH, NURSING

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The main objective of this study is to assess the knowledge and experiences of sexual violence among adolescents in Ile Ife. The specific objectives are to; 1. assess the level of knowledge of adolescents on sexual violence. 2. asses the level of knowledge of risk reduction measures in preventing sexual violence. 3. explore the experiences of sexual violence among adolescents in Ife Central local Government area.  ABOVE  70 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

A SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS OF RETENTION IN HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV) CARE IN ONDO STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: ADENIRAN, KOLAWOLE OLANIYI

In HEALTH

By EMRI SOLUTION

The specific objectives are to: 1. determine the percentage of HIV-infected adults that are continuously retained in care after 36 months of initiating antiretroviral treatment; 2. identify barriers to retention in care among HIV infected adults on antiretroviral treatment and 3. identify facilitators of retention in care among HIV infected adults on antiretroviral treatment ABOVE 50 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

MALARIA PREVENTION, CONTROL AND TREATMENT PRACTICES AMONG TAI SOLARIN UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION STAFF AND STUDENTS RESIDENT IN IJAGUN COMMUNITY, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: OSO, OLUFEMI ADEYINKA

In HEALTH

By MUHAMMAD ISA

The specific objectives are to: 1. determine the demographic characteristics of Tai Solarin University of Education staff and students; 2. determine the level of knowledge about malaria transmission among Tai Solarin University of Education staff and students; 3. determine the level attitudinal disposition towards malaria prevention and control of malaria among staff and students of Tai Solarin University of Education; 4. determine the level of perception about treatment of malaria among staff and students of Tai Solarin University of Education; 5. determine the relationship between knowledge of malaria transmission and demographic characteristic (status) among Tai Solarin University of Education Staff and Students and; 6. determine the relationship between attitudinal disposition to prevention and control of malaria practices and perception of treatment of malaria infection among Tai Solarin University of Education Staff and Students. ABOVE 40 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5