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  • 1. KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION OF HYPERTENSION AND ITS MANAGEMENT AMONG PATIENTS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study Hypertension remains a major global public health challenge that has been identified as the leading risk factor for cardiovascular morbidity and mortality (Kearney, Whelton, Reynolds, Muntner, Whelton & He, 2004). It increases hardening of the arteries, thus predisposing individuals to heart diseases, peripheral vascular diseases, stroke, heart ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  83 engagements | 

  • 2. STRESS COPING STRATEGIES AMONG STUDENT NURSES

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Work is an essential need for everyone. It is estimated that over 75% of adult’s nonsleeping time is devoted to job activities and people find satisfaction and personal identity by means of their employment. Among life events the workplace stands out as a potentially important source of stress purely because of the amount of time spent in ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  83 engagements | 

  • 3. ATTITUDE, KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION OF HEALTH WORKERS ON TRANSMISSION AND PREVENT...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Health related infections are the major problems of public health in many nations of the world, which ultimately cause an increase in the morbidity, mortality, and additional costs in health care settings (Mauldin et al 2010; Defez et al, 2008 and Llata et al, 2009). Ensuring hand hygiene is therefore one of the basic means preventing the spread...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  100 engagements | 

  • 4. ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF STANDARD PRECAUTIONS AMONG HEALTH CARE WORKERS IN FEDER...

    » INTRODUCTION This chapter reviews in brief, Health Care Associated Infections (HAI), elements required for transmission of infectious agent within a health care setting (chain of infection, sources of infection, susceptible host, mode of transmission, portal of entry and portal of exit), HAI among health care workers, Universal Precautions (UP), Body Substances Isolation (BSI) and Standard Precaut...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  72 engagements | 

  • 5. ASSESSMENT OF FULL BLOOD COUNT IN PROSPECTIVE BLOOD DONORS

    » Chapter One: Introduction Saving lives could be the ultimate humanitarian gift. One way to save lives is through the process of donating blood. One blood donation (1 pint) can save up to three lives. Blood is made up of three different life saving components which include plasma, platelets, and red blood cells (Dailey, 2001). Blood cannot be manufactured; it can only come from generous donors. The...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  40 engagements | 

  • 6. ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY_A CASE STUDY OF ATTENDEES AT ANTE-NATAL CLINIC

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.0 Background The health conscious world community has come to realize that anaemia, the majority of which is due to iron deficiency, has serious health and functional consequences. And that it is widespread especially among tropical low income populations and that most of its nutritional component is controllable with a very high benefit/cost ratio. Women of reproductive...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  57 engagements | 

  • 7. ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY(A CASE STUDY OF PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC A...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION DEFINITION: The world health organisation (WHO) index for anaemia in pregnance is when the haemoglobin level in the peripheral blood is Hg/dl or less. However, from practical experience in tropical obstetrics it is generally accepted that anaemia in pregnancy Exist when the Haemoglobin level is less than in loglde or the packed cell volume less than 30% EPIDEMOOGY: Anaemia...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  37 engagements | 

  • 8. ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTE NATAL CLINIC

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of study Anemia is defined as the condition in which there is decreased level of hemoglobin (Hb) or red blood cells than the normal value (Eltayeb et al., 2014). According to the 2008 World Health Organization (WHO) report, anemia affected 1.62 billion (24.8%) people globally (WHO, 2008). Approximately 51% of pregnant women were expected to be anaemic in 2001(G....Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  39 engagements | 

  • 9. KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF CARE OF THE ELDERLY PATIENTS AMONG HEALTH WO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Ageing is the accumulation of changes in a person over time (Bowen and Atwood 2004). It involves a multidimensional process of physical, psychological and social change. Some dimensions of aging grow and expand over time, while others decline. Research shows that even in late life, potentials exist for physical, mental and social growth and developm...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  42 engagements | 

  • 10. MATERNAL HEALTH CARE SEEKING BEHAVIOUR AND PREGNANCY OUTCOME

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study A woman’s health care seeking behaviour during pregnancy depends a great deal on her beliefs, culture, experience, educational level, financial status, attitude towards pregnancy, as well as herautonomy and decision making power. Adele (2010)suggests issues of importance to include information about pregnancy the woman’s family communica...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  33 engagements | 

  • 11. MIDWIVES’ AND MOTHERS’ PERCEPTION OF MIDWIVES SERVICE SCHEME

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the study Pregnancy and childbirth are normal physiological processes that bring joyful experiences to individuals and families. However, in many parts of the world, pregnancy constitutes a perilous journey, a risky and potentially fatal experience for millions of women especially in developing countries. Over 289,000 women die annually from complications dur...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  32 engagements | 

  • 12. NURSES’ PERCEPTION OF THEIR NURSE MANAGERS’ DELEGATION OF RESPONSIBILITIES I...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Delegation of responsibility is one of the vital organizational processes which is inevitable along with the expansion and growth of a business enterprise (Akrani, 2010). It is a management function that can be learned and horned to a fine edge by anyone who is willing to make some effort and able to get some practice (Curtis & Nicholl 2004). In...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  42 engagements | 

  • 13. NURSING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF CLINICAL NURSING TRAINING

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the study Nursing education consists of acquisition of a body of knowledge that is partly delivered in a classroom setting which forms the theoretical basis of nursing knowledge, and an organized and supervised clinical training experience that takes place in the clinical setting where the nurse patient relationship is experienced directly or indirectly (Sher...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  50 engagements | 

  • 14. PERCEIVED SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS INFLUENCING NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF CHILDREN BELO...

    » INTRODUCTION Background to the study Child nutrition plays a key role in infant and child health or death. Young children, pregnant women and lactating mothers are nutritionally the most vulnerable group, especially in the developing countries of the world, and yet relatively little is done to achieve their special nutritional needs. (Oyira, Abua, Mgbekem&Okon, 2010). The importance of nutriti...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  48 engagements | 

  • 15. Prevalence and Patterns of Psychoactive Substance Use Among Senior Secondary Sch...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Psychoactive Substance use and dependence cause a significant burden to the individuals and societies throughout the world. The World Health Report (2010) indicated that 8.9% of the total burden of disease comes from the use of psychoactive substances. The report showed that tobacco accounted for 4.1%, alcohol 4%, and illicit drugs 0.8% of the burde...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  31 engagements | 

  • 16. ATTITUDE OF STUDENT NURSES’ TOWARD PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

    » 1. INTRODUCTION Today, intellectually, physically, or emotionally disabled individuals comprise a significant portion of the world population (Sen & Yurtsever 2007, 238). Of the world’s population of nearly 6.5 billion in 2004, 18.6 million (2.9%) were severely disabled and another 79.7 million (12.4%) had moderate longterm disability. Disability prevalences rise strongly with age. (WHO ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  50 engagements | 

  • 17. MALE ADOLESCENTS’ KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTIONS AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS HIV/AIDS PREVEN...

    » 1. INTRODUCTION Since the first reported case of HIV/AIDS in 1981, the disease has had a devastating effect on all components of our society and has become the most deadly infectious disease epidemic in recent times. The disease is seen as a threat to the stability of entire nations and regions affecting the most productive members of the society. HIV/AIDS has become a global phenomenon, however t...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  32 engagements | 

  • 18. NURSES’ ROLE IN PREVENTION OF INFANT AND UNDER-FIVE CHILD MORTALITY IN AFRICA

    » Introduction In urban areas of Africa, Americas and Asia, statistics show that the poorest 20% population is twice as likely to die before their first birthday (Infant mortal ity, WHO, 2013). In 2013, an estimated 6.3 million children under the age of five died (Children: Reducing Mortality, 2014). Child mortality is important as it is a pointer of the usage, accessibility, and availability of the...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  33 engagements | 

  • 19. PREVENTION OF MALARIA

    » 1. INTRODUCTION The birth of a child is an event that creates joy, celebration, and astonishment . The celebration comes easily and naturally and it is not easy to resist the happiness that comes within us when we are near a new born. (Cherry, Dillon & Righ 2001, 2.) However teenage pregnancy can affect these celebrations and therefore it is important to understand teenage pregnancy experience...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  48 engagements | 

  • 20. MOTHERS’ PERSPECTIVES OF FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION

    » Introduction Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is defined as the practice that involves partial or total removal of the external female genitalia for cultural or religious beliefs, rather than medical reasons according to Journal of Human Rights, (2007).Types of geographical location, socioeconomic status and the ethnic background. It is not always easy to distinguish who will practice which type of...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  -1 engagements | 

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