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ACCESS AND USE OF LONG LASTING INSECTICIDE-TREATED NET AMONG HOUSEHOLDS IN ENUGU EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA.

Authors: Ekene Emeka-Owoh

In MEDICAL & HEALTH SCIENCE

By JUDE OKUJAGU

The purpose of the study is to ascertain access and use of LLIN among households in Enugu East Local Government Area (EELGA) of Enugu State, Nigeria. The specific objectives of the study are to: 1. Ascertain the access to LLIN among households in EELGA. 2. Ascertain the use of LLIN among households in EELGA. 3. Ascertain the effects of behavioural change on the use of LLIN among households in EELGA. ABOVE 50 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   

DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SHARING PRACTICES AMONG TRADO-MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS IN IJEBU NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF OGUN STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: OKUNADE, ISAAC OLUKAYODE

In MEDICAL & HEALTH SCIENCE, OTHER PROJECT

By EMRI SOLUTION

The main objective of the study is to investigate demographic characteristics and indigenous knowledge sharing practices among trado-medical practitioners in Ijebu North Local Government area. The specific objectives are to: 1. identify types of indigenous knowledge practiced among trado-medical practitioners in Ijebu North Local Government Area; 2. find out the demographic characteristics of trado-medical practitioners in Ijebu North local Government; 3. determine knowledge sharing practices of trado-medical practitioners in Ijebu North Local Government Area; 4. identify the factors that enhance indigenous knowledge sharing practices among trado-medical practitioners; 5. find out the relationship that exist between demographic characteristics of trado-medical practitioners and indigenous knowledge sharing practice in Ijebu North Local Government Area of Ogun State; 6. find out challenges encountered by trado-medical practitioners when sharing indigenous knowledge and 7. determine the relative contribution of demographic characteristics to indigenous knowledge sharing practices ABOVE 80 PAGES ABOVE | CHAPTER 1-5