Oluwatosin Ope-Babadele

Oluwatosin Ope-Babadele
Babcock University · Department of Nursing

Master of Science

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Education
April 2015 - February 2018
University of Ibadan
Field of study
  • Nursing

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Publications (12)
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Introduction: Therapeutic milieu is the structuring of the patients' environment to effect behavioural changes and improve their psychological health and functioning. It is structured to control, stabilise, and improve problematic emotions and behaviour and enables the client to use problem-solving skills to cope with self, others, and environmenta...
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Nursing has been identified as one of the most stressful professions among healthcare work force. Work-related stress among nurses affects both individual and organizational functioning as well as the healthcare provided. However it is negatively associated with nurse’s patient care behaviors. Occupational stress is of key interest to employers bec...
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Traditionally, client data are handwritten in an unstructured paper format, in multiple versions. This process makes location, abstraction, and comparison of information terribly slow and difficult, thereby limiting the process of knowledge creation, sharing and development. Electronic health records (EHRs) are defined as an electronic version of a...
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Breast cancer is the commonest form of cancer among women across the world. If breast changes are detected early and treatment commenced early enough, the survival rate of breast cancer will be increased. The purpose of this study was to investigate the awareness of breast cancer and the perceived practice of Breast Self-Examination (BSE) among sel...
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Sickle cell anaemia is a major public health problem accounting for more than 300,000 babies born each year with the disease. Its highest burden is found in Nigeria with about 20-30 per 1000 births. The study examined knowledge and attitude of undergraduate students in Babcock University towards sickle cell anaemia. The purpose of the study was to...
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The study was conducted on factors contributing to increased utilization of traditional birth attendants among pregnant women in Illah community of Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State. A descriptive cross-sectional design was adopted for this study. Convenience sampling method was used to select 110 respondents in the nine quarters....
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Cord infection remains a significant cause of death among neonates in the developing world. Its prevention using the appropriate cleaning agent is key to ensuring the neonates stay free and safe during the period of cord care. This study was conducted to assess the awareness and use of chlorhexidine gel (CHG) in the prevention of neonatal sepsis am...
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Background: Workplace violence (WPV) is a widespread occupational hazard affecting the health, safety, job attitude and productivity of the nursing workforce. This study was designed to investigate the pattern and perceived effects of WPV on nurses’ work productivity in two selected hospitals in Ibadan.Methods: This descriptive study was conducted...
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The menace of maternal morbidity and mortality has remained a major maternal and child health problem in developing countries and prominent among the risk factors is inadequate dietary practice in pregnancy. The study assessed factors influencing dietary practices among pregnant women in Adeoyo Maternity Hospital Yemetu, Ibadan, Oyo State. The stud...
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The health and safety of furniture makers are influenced not only by climate and biological agents like bacteria, virus but also by the potential presence of air pollutants through emission from wood coatings and this hazards subsequent lead to health problems. This study was therefore carried out to assess health problems among the users of wood c...

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