Titilayo Olaoye

Titilayo Olaoye
Babcock University ilisan Remo Ogun state Nigeria · Public Health

Doctor of Public Health

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Background: There is high burden of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unwanted pregnancy among young people. In many developing countries including Nigeria, there is paucity of literature on sexual health knowledge among sexually active adolescent girls, as key vulnerable population. This study aimed at assessing level of sexual health kno...
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Objective: This study examined the perception and practices relating to Hepatitis B infection among In-school adolescents in Ogun State, Nigeria. Methods: A cross-sectional study of 300 in-school adolescents selected by a multi-stage sampling method. Data were elicited using a pretested self-administered questionnaire which included questions rela...
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Risky sexual behaviour increases the vulnerability of an adolescents to reproductive health problems like sexually transmitted infections (STIs), unintended pregnancy and abortion. This study therefore investigated the prevalence and personal predictors of risky sexual behaviour among in-school adolescents in the Ikenne Local Government Area, of Og...
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Background: Morbidity and mortality of women and children associated with pre-eclampsia present major global health problems in low and middle income countries. The prevalence of pre-eclampsia in Nigeria ranges from 2% to 16.7%, with approximately 37,000 women dying from preeclampsia annually. This study examines knowledge, perception and manageme...
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It is known that attitudes of physicians and motivation by community nurses influence uptake of cervical cancer screening methods by women. A cross-sectional study was conducted using a self-administered questionnaire to assess the knowledge of cervical cancer, its risk factors, beliefs about treatment and practice of screening methods among 100 pr...
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Aim: This study determined how Nigerian nursing mothers deal with umbilical cord care. Methods: This was a descriptive cross sectional study on 388 Nigerian nursing mothers. Study population was randomly selected using multistage sampling technique. A validated semi-structured questionnaire was performed and data was analyzed using the statistical...
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Aim: This study assessed the knowledge and attitude of nursing mothers towards umbilical cord care. Methods: The study was a descriptive and cross sectional in design. 388 respondents were randomly selected using multistage sampling technique. Data was collected using a validated semi-structured questionnaire which was self-administered after a Cro...
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Hairdressers like other workers encounter hazards in their workplace that adversely affect their health. Some of these chemicals on contact with skin over a prolonged time can cause severe burns with redness, dermatitis, can damage the respiratory tract and severe pneumonitis. Most of these can be prevented if they use personal protective equipment...
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The study focused to examine assessment of social supports available for widows in churches,it adopted descriptive research survey method. The population for this study are widows in Seventh-Day Adventist and catholic churches located in Ikenne local government area in Ogun State Nigeria. The sample size was 300 (which is the total number of widows...
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1 The main objective of this paper was to provide much needed information on the influence of family background and peer pressure as presage of cigarette smoking among undergraduate students in Nigeria, as this is relevant to the quality and longevity of life of citizenry. The study used descriptive survey research design. The population of the stu...
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Background: Malaria infection is one of the leading causes of mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa. It pose great health risks especially in pregnant women by increasing the risk of stillbirth, low birth weight and miscarriage. Aims: The study sought to assess the level of use and the barriers to utilization of Insecticides Treated Nets (ITN) among preg...
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This study investigated the willingness to seek voluntary counselling and testing(VCT) among Sagamu residents of Ogun State, Nigeria. The study employed a descriptive survey design to assess the attitudes and use of voluntary counselling and testing among the residents of Sagmu, the economic center of Sagamu local government area of Ogun State, Ni...

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To determine the knowledge, attitude and help seeking behavior of sexual abuse victims among secondary school students in Ilishan Ogun State, Nigeria