Julius Maitanmi

Julius Maitanmi
Babcock University · Department of Nursing

Master of Science in Nursing

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The use of nursing process allows for individualized nursing care which allows for quality delivery of care. However, nurses’ ability to utilize nursing process may be affected by many factors. Thus, this study assessed the factors influencing implementation of nursing process among Nurses working at Neuro Psychiatric Hospital, Aro, Abeokuta, Ogun...
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Substance use is a societal and an important public health concern in this 21st century. The number of substance use cases and relapse are increasing geenrally, thus slowing down the progress made in the care and treatment of individuals with substance abuse disorders. The study identified determinant of relapse among the rehabilitated substance us...
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Rather than being celebrated, the eventual discovery of systems of vaccination against COVID-19 pandemic was otherwise greeted with pessimism, causing attrition and low uptake of the vaccines in some cultures, especially in African countries. This study assessed factors (social, ethno-cultural, and religious) associated with uptake of COVID 19 vacc...
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A paper presentation on care of the unconscious patients at the MCPDP, Lagos State.
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Rather than being celebrated, the eventual discovery of systems of vaccination against COVID-19 pandemic was otherwise greeted with pessimism, causing attrition and low uptake of the vaccines in some cultures, especially in African countries. This study assessed factors (social, ethno-cultural, and religious) associated with uptake of COVID 19 vacc...
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Healthcare wastes (HCWs) are one of the most hazardous wastes globally; second to only radiation waste. In developing countries especially in Africa, healthcare waste has not received the much needed attention that it deserves. This is because of the inadequate resources in these countries resulting into low priority for HCW management. The objecti...
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Objective: Good nutrition is important in promoting health and is dependent on the quality of food eaten. Little has been researched on the dietary practices among the workforce in Nigeria. This study aimed at assessing the dietary knowledge, practices, and factors influencing dietary practices and work productivity among the non-medical staff of U...
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descriptive cross-sectional design was used to elicit response from 422 Awka South, Anambra State. Statistical test used was Chi-square at 0.05 level of significance. While more than half (62.8%) of the respondents had a family income that was above N100, 000 before the pandemic, however, less than half (48.8%) of the study population still had the...
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This is an exposition on the positive ways of handling difficult emotional situations.
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Background: Choosing the contraception method remains one of the most critical decisions made by women of reproductive age. Not only does this have a direct impact on women’s reproductive health, it also affects their social and economic well-being. This study was carried out to determine the factors affecting choice of contraceptives among women o...
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which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver Abstract Objective: Good nutrition is important in promot...
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which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver Abstract Objective: Good nutrition is important in promot...
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The paper gives a clearer picture of aggression and violence. Aggression can better be defined inclusively as “any verbal, nonverbal, or physical behaviour that is threatening (to self, others or property), or physical behaviour that actually does harm (to self, others, or property)” Violence describes a narrower repertoire of behaviour resulting i...
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Introduction: Nurses are known to be at the frontline of risks and victims to occupational hazards within the healthcare system. These hazards include exposure to infections that may arise from injuries from sharps and contacts with body fluids. Standard precautions are taken to mitigate and minimize hazards in hospitals. This study assessed the fa...
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Introduction: One in 10 children would be sexually abused before their 18th birthday; about one in seven girls and one in 25 boys would be sexually abused before they turn 18. The statistics continues to increase even as low and middle-income nations of the world are gradually coming out to report cases of child sexual abuse. Aim: This study aimed...
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Food borne illness has continued to be a serious public health problem in developing countries especially among school children (who are known as the high-risk group for intestinal parasitic infections), and this can be prevented by good hygiene practices among vendors in the schools. School children are exposed to hazards of purchasing and consumi...
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Many factors might promote hospital acquired infections but hospitals and organizations have developed effective techniques to prevent or reduce the incident of hospital acquired infections. The study assessed infection prevention and control strategies in reducing hospital acquired infection among nurses in Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, La...
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Background: In Africa, menstrual hygiene and its practices are still clouded by taboos and sociocultural restrictions, ignorance and illiteracy so that menstruation is viewed in a base manner, and considered dirty and filthy, which requires the isolation of the woman from some normal daily activities. Thus, menstrual hygiene involves the conditions...
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Nearly one in ten women of reproductive age worldwide has an unmet need for family planning. Although contraceptive usage has increased globally, sub-Saharan Africa has recorded the lowest usage of contraceptives worldwide, with Nigeria, the country with the highest population in Africa still recording a low prevalence of contraceptive usage. This...
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This study assessed the effectiveness of a maternal health education package in identifying obstetric complications by pregnant women in tertiary health care institutions in Ogun state, Nigeria. The study was a quasi-experimental quantitative research that utilized both experimental and control group, convenience sampling method was used to select...
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Background Teenagers are one of the most vulnerable groups to substance abuse, as the use and abuse of substances stands as one of the major social and public health issues facing most communities around the world. A high degree of social interaction today revolves around the ceremonial use of alcohol, or in some cases recreational use of substance...
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Introduction: Contraception is a crucial aspect of maternal and child health. However, the use of modern contraceptives had drastically reduced in the sub-Saharan African. In Nigeria, the modern contraceptive use was reported at 15% in 2013 giving to a surge in population and a high fertility rate. Aim: This study assessed modern contraceptives use...
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Women are often faced with different kinds of difficulties while trying to cope with the roles of having to nurse a neonate. It is worse when the neonate is separated from the mother owing to hospitalization in the neonatal intensive care unit. Mothers experience psychological trauma ranging from anxiety to depression resulting from the situation a...
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Background: Despite government actions and policy to scale up routine immunization in Nigeria, the uptake in Nigeria and many Africa nations remains low when compared with more advanced countries. This study aimed at examining factors influencing acceptability of routine immunization among married Ebira women in selected communities of Ekiti State....
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Women are often faced with different difficulties while trying to cope with the roles of having to nurse a neonate when admitted into the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at birth or shortly after birth. This study determined the psychological well-being of mothers whose neonates were admitted. A descriptive survey research design was utilized....
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Diabetes mellitus is one of the most common clinical conditions seen by health workers in their daily practice. They are constantly confronted with the burden of caring for poorly controlled and poorly adherent patients presenting with preventable debilitating, disabling and mutilating complications. Lifestyle modifications have been proven to cont...
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This study examined the perceived causes of anemia and strategies of prevention among pregnant women attending antenatal clinic at Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital, Sagamu. A descriptive survey design was used for the study and a simple random sampling method was used to select 120 participants for the study. Data was collected using s...
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The difference between food consumption and utilization determines the nutritional status of the individual. Efforts have been made nationally and internationally by governmental and non-governmental organizations to maintain normal nutritional status but poor nutrition remains a major link to diseases and reduced life-span. The study assessed the...

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Scoping review and umbrella review look so synonymous but there are differences which are not too clear to me, need other scholastic opinion on this please
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Please how available is this instrument?

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