Abstract : The study examined psychosocial effects of domestic violence on women in Ado Local Government Area of Ekiti State. This studyadopted descriptive cross sectional survey research Read More...
Author: OGUNDIPE Olubunmi Abosede (RN, RM, RON, BNSc)
Area of research / Subject: Effect of Educational Intervention On Practice of Diabetic Foot Ulcer Prevention Among Patients Attending Clinic in Lagos State University Teaching Hospital
Date of Publication : 31, Dec, 2021
Date Of Acceptance : 27 Dec, 2021
Co Author: POPOOLA, Rabiu Olalekan (RN, Ph.D)
Abstract : Ulceration of the feet, which can result in loss of limbs and even death, is one of the major health problems for people with diabetes Read More...
Keywords : diabetic foot, educational intervention, foot care, knowledge, self-reported practice,
DOI (Digital Object Identifier) Number: www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5902827
Abstract : Postpartum Haemorrhage (PPH) causes a significant amount of morbidity and mortality among mothers giving birth in sub-Saharan Africa, Nigeria included. One root cause is the Read More...
Abstract : Partograph is a pictorial graphical representation of a woman’s progress of labour and a warning document signaling complications during labor. Studies had revealed that inadequate Read More...
Author: ARIBO, Adebimpe Adekemi (RN, RM, BNSc)
Area of research / Subject: Health-Related Quality of Life and Coping Strategies Among Clients with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in Teaching Hospitals, Ekiti State, Nigeria
Date of Publication : 31, Dec, 2021
Date Of Acceptance : 19 Dec, 2021
Co Author: SALAWU, Rasidi Akinade (RN, PhD, FPNP, ADV.MGT, FWACN)
Abstract : Health-related quality of life (HRQoL) of aging men with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is usually affected thereby contributing to increased morbidity and mortality rates worldwide. Read More...
Keywords : Health-related Quality of Life, Coping strategies, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH),
DOI (Digital Object Identifier) Number: www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5827080
Abstract : Organizational culture is a characteristic of an organization related to nurses’ good and bad performances. The lousy performance of nurses will impact the services provided. Read More...
Author: Amonov Sh.B.
Area of research / Subject: Comparative Analysis of Clinical and Neurological Manifestations of Repeated Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Date of Publication : 23, Dec, 2021
Date Of Acceptance : 20 Dec, 2021
Abstract : Relevance. Every year, 1.7 million people around the world suffer from various levels of myanng damage. 200 out of every 10.000 people take a serious Read More...
Keywords : Clinical and Neurological Manifestations, Repeated Mild Traumatic, Brain Injury, Comparative Analysis,
DOI (Digital Object Identifier) Number: www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5801244
Abstract : Relevance. The question of the negative impact of some industries on the oral cavity remains relevant. The relationship between the high prevalence of non-carious lesions Read More...
Author: Lange Daniel Danbwarang RN, ADAP, RNE, BNSc, MSc
Area of research / Subject: Influence of Religious Affiliations On Knowledge and Utilisation of Family Planning Among Teenage Mothers in Jos, Plateau State
Date of Publication : 19, Dec, 2021
Date Of Acceptance : 13 Dec, 2021
Co Author: Prof. Kio Janet O. RN, Ph.D, Gaknung, Bonji Kopdimma, RN, RM, BNSc, MPH, Dr Anyebe, Ejembi Emmanual, RN, RNE, RMHN, BSCN, PGDPA, MSc, PHd, FWACN, Leslie Tabitha Amere, RN, RM, RPHN, BNSc, M.Sc., Ndagi Alhassan, RN, RNE, BNSc, M.Sc., Sumi N. Yahaya RN, BNSc, M.Sc.
Abstract : The study examined the influence of religious affiliations on knowledge and utilisation of family planning among teenage mothers in Plateau State. The study adopted a Read More...
Keywords : Religious Affiliations, Family planning, Knowledge, Utilisation, Teenage Mothers,
DOI (Digital Object Identifier) Number: www.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5791515
Abstract : Most women of childbearing age do not utilize the healthcare services even when these services are available in their communities. In this study, an attempt Read More...