Works Under Public Health Technology

Assessment of level of safety practices in indigeneous oil exploration and production companies in nigeria: a case study of conoil producing nigeria limited

  ABSTRACT The research work is on assessment of level of safety practices in indigenous oil exploration and production companies in Nigeria. The issue of safety practice is pertinent in a volatile environment like oil exploration and production that is surrounded with myriad of hazards. The study in its efforts outlines measures  for effective health, safety & environment management in oil industry to ameliorate the safety challenges. The study however collected its data fr...

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Evaluation Of The Effects Of Malaria On Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinic At Abia State University Teaching Hospital, Aba Abia State

ABSTRACTThis topic focus on the evaluation of the effects of malaria on pregnant women attending antenatal clinic at abia state university teaching hospital, aba abia state  Malaria in pregnancy (MIP) is a major public health problem in endemic countries. There is a wealth of evidence showing that the risk of malaria (both infection and clinical disease) is higher risk of malaria, this review provides an update on knowledge acquired since 2000 on P. falciparum and P. vivax  inf...

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FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR INFERTILITY AMONGST WOMEN OF CHILD BEARING AGE IN DELTA STATE

ABSTRACT Background Infertility is a major medical condition that affects many married couples in Delta State and as such associated with several social meanings. This study therefore explored community's perception of childbearing and childlessness in Delta State. Methods The study was exploratory and qualitative us...

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Knowledg, attitudes, perception and barrier of e-Health medical record keeping as against the hand written medical record keeping in lagos state teaching hospital

ABSTRACT The adoption and promotion of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), including Electronic Health Records (EHR) system, in healthcare delivery is growing rapidly in most developing countries including Nigeria. The aim of this study is to evaluates the attitude, perception and barrier of implemented EHR at Lagos state university teaching Hospital by...

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Knowledge on the health implications of skipping breakfast and the attitude towards the intake of breakfast among undergraduates in babcock universit

Abstract:Breakfast is the most important food in the morning, but often missed and skipped by students. The major objective of this study was to analyze the knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) of the breakfast habits on undergraduate students with special reference to Babcock University. Similarly, the study was to find out the breakfast food intake patterns of students and its impacts on their academic performance. The nature of the study was quantitative in nature and Population was the ...

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Occupational Hazards of oil exploration in Nigeria

  ABSTRACT This seminar work is concerned with occupational hazard of oil exploration in Nigeria. The necessity of the study is akin to the incessant hazards that are witnessed in industrial sector especially in oil and gas industry where the level of hazards is high because of offshore environment of the oil exploration activities. It is generally agreed that labour is the most valuable asset to any successful organization hence the health and safety of labour should be a paramount ...

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PERCEPTION, KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS TOWARDS THE IMPORTANCE OF BREAKFAST IN A PRIVATE TERTIARY INSTITUTION.

ABSTRACTLife in the university involves both academic and social learning for students who are from different social, economic and ethnical backgrounds hence a change of environment which can impact on personality, attitudes and behavior of the students. This may be extended to the feeding habits and eventually to nutritional status of the students may make poor choices which may affect their nutritional status as they join university and this may continue throughout their campus life (Cruz, ...

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PREVALENT OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS ASSOCIATED WITH HIV-POSITIVE CHILDREN AGED 0-5 YEARS IN NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, NNEWI (NAUTH), ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA

ABSTRACT Children are at the centre of the HIV epidemic, and the need to prioritize actions to reduce HIV infection among young people has now been globally recognized. Because HIV-infected women co-infected with opportunistic pathogens might be more likely to transmit these infections to their infants than women without HIV ...

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Agunbiade Olumide 42 PAGES (9400 WORDS) Public Health Technology Thesis 0 Views 0 Orders
THE CAUSE OF INFERTILITY AMONGST WOMEN OF CHILD BEARING AGE

ABSTRACTThe World Health Organization (WHO) has defined infertility as a failure to conceive over 12 months of exposure which is a good practical guide to management, and leaves a longer term residual incidence of infertility of 10–15%. Epidemiological data suggest that approximately 80 million people worldwide are infertile. WHO indicates the highest incidence in some regions of Central Africa where the infertility rate may reach 50%, compared to 20% in the Eastern Mediterranean region, an...

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THE IMPACT OF HOMELESSNESS AMONG YOUTH IN UNITED KINGDOM

ABSTRACTHomelessness among youth in the UK is increasingly disturbing, with an estimatedannual increase of 10% of the homeless people. It was revealed that homelesspeople are more likely to die young, with an average age of death of 47 years. Theyoung adult suffering from it remains the worse hit. Homelessness increases the riskof having mental health problems and encountering barriers to social well-being dueto stigmitisation. Factors contributing to the development of homelessness werehighl...

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