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  1. KNOWLEDGE AND ACCEPTABILITY OF CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING AMONG FEMALE PART-TIME STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY OF BENIN
  2. KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF NIGERIAN PREGNANT WOMEN TOWARDS ANTENATAL EXERCISE
  3. KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF EXERCISE DURING PREGNANCY AMONG ANTENATAL MOTHERS
  4. ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF WOMEN TOWARDS POSTPARTUM EXERCISE
  5. EFFECT OF ANTENATAL PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE EXERCISE ON MODE OF DELIVERY
  6. DIFFERENCES IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND NUTRITION AND SILHOUETTE-RELATED BEHAVIOURS IN MALE AND FEMALE STUDENTS
  7. KNOWLEDGE OF PRENATAL EXERCISE AMONG EXPECTANT WOMEN FROM SELECTED HEALTH FACILITIES
  8. KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE TOWARDS PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE EXERCISE AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC
  9. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AS AN IMPORTANT ELEMENT IN ORGANIZING AND MANAGING THE LIFESTYLE OF POPULATIONS IN URBAN AND RURAL ENVIRONMENTS
  10. INFLUENCE OF PRENATAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON THE COURSE OF LABOUR AND DELIVERY ACCORDING TO THE NEW POLISH STANDARD FOR PERINATAL CARE
  11. ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY_A CASE STUDY OF ATTENDEES AT ANTE-NATAL CLINIC IN ALIMOSHO AREA OF LAGOS
  12. CHALLENGES OF EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING AMONG WORKING CLASS WOMEN
  13. FACTORS MITIGATING AGAINST FAMILY PLANNING AMONGST WOMEN IN RURAL COMMUNITIES A CASE STUDY OF OBIBE EZENA COMMUNITY, OWERRI, NORTH, IMO STATE
  14. PATIENT PERCEPTION AND SATISFACTION WITH HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS AT PRIMARY CARE FACILITIES
  15. PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCE USE AMONG YOUNG PEOPLE
  16. KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF LASSA FEVER AMONG PEOPLE ATTENDING PHC
  17. EFFECTIVENESS OF EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF UNDER 5 CHILDREN.
  18. KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION OF HYPERTENSION AND IT’S MANAGEMENT AMONG CLIENTS/PATIENTS
  19. KNOWLEDGE OF THE EFFECT OF REGULAR PELVIC FLOOR EXERCISES ON MATERNAL HEALTH AMONG WOMEN OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE
  20. THE EFFECT OF MATERNAL EDUCATION ON CHILD NUTRITIONAL STATUS IN THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC NIGERIA
  21. ROLE OF MATERNAL LITERACY AND NUTRITION KNOWLEDGE IN DETERMINING CHILDREN’S NUTRITIONAL STATUS
  22. OF FAMILY INCOME AND PARENTS’ EDUCATION ON THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
  23. THE ASSESSMENT OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF THE COMMUNITY; CASE STUDY OF BAYSLSA STATE
  24. MATERNAL COMPREHENSION OF HOME-BASED GROWTH CHARTS AND ITS EFFECT ON GROWTH
  25. THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS PROGRAMME TO SEXUAL HEALTH IN YOUTH IN ANAMBRA STATE
  26. HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIOR TOWARDS HEALTH PROMOTION AMONG FAMILIES WITH ELDERLY IN ISIALA MBANO L.G.A. IMO STAGE
  27. THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS PROGRAMME TO SEXUAL HEALTH IN YOUTHS IN IMO STATE
  28. ASSESSMENT OF ACCESS AND USE OF PROTECTIVE METHODS AMONG PATIENTS AVAILING HIV/AIDS HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL.
  29. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHILDHOOD MALNUTRITION AND MATERNAL KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEFS REGARDING NUTRITION
  30. EDUCATION AND HEALTH FACTORS INFLUENCING GROWTH OF RURAL HAITIAN CHILDREN
  31. EFFECTS OF MATERNAL ATTRIBUTES ON MALNUTRITION IN CHILDREN
  32. SOCIO-ECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF CHILD NUTRITIONAL STATUS: BOYS VERSUS GIRLS
  33. SOCIOECONOMIC DIFFERENTIALS IN CHILD NUTRITION AND MORBIDITY IN A RURAL AREA OF BANGLADESH
  34. PRIMARY HEALTH CARE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: OVERCOMING OPERATIONAL, TECHNICAL AND SOCIAL BARRIERS
  35. MATERNAL EDUCATION AS A FACTOR IN CHILD MORTALITY
  36. MALARIA CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN ACHI RURAL COMMUNITY OJI RIVER LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ENUGU STATE
  37. MANAGEMENT OF PAIN IN SICKLE CELL PATIENTS ATTENDING UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL SICKLE CELL CLINIC
  38. PREVALENCE OF HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA: STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING PREVENTION
  39. LEVEL OF AWARENESS OF THE CAUSES AND PREVENTION OF ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY AMONGST PREGNANT MOTHERS ATTENDING ANTENATAL CLINIC IN POLY SUB-DISTRICT HOSPITAL
  40. HEALTH EDUCATION; AN IMPORTANT TOOL IN HEALTH PROMOTION
  41.  A NURSING CARE STUDY OF A PATIENT WITH NEPHROGENIC DIABETES INSIPIDUS
  42. NURSING CARE STUDY OF A PATIENT WITH MAYOCARDIAL INFACTION
  43. CHALLENGES OF EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING AMONG WORKING CLASS WOMEN IN OWERRI MUNICIPAL.
  44. THE ROLE OF A NUTRITIONIST IN THE IMPROVEMENT OF PEOPLES EATING HABIT (A CASE STUDY AMAUZARI IN ISIALA MBANO LGA)
  45. COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE PROXIMATE COMPERATION AND SENSORY EVALUATION OF LOCAL DISHES PREPARED WITH DIFFERENT VARITIES OF BEANS.
  46.  THE NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF CASSAVA BASED PRODUCT ENRICHED WITH MUNGBEAN FLOUR
  47. THE NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH PEPTIC ULCER (A STUDY OF MGBIRICHI HEALTH CENTRE IN OHAJI L.G.A)
  48.  EFFECT OF TRADITIONAL PROCESSING METHODS ON THE MICRO-ELEMENTS OF PLANTAIN
  49.  THE ROLE OF A NUTRITIONIST IN THE IMPROVEMENT OF PEOPLES EATING HABIT (A CASE STUDY AMAUZARI IN ISIALA MBANO LGA)
  50.  MISCONCEPTIONS IN THE BELIEF AND PATTERN OF FEEDING AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN EJEZIE-IZUOGU AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY
  51.  ENHANCING THE NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF CASSAVA PRODUCT (GARRI) THROUGH SUPPLEMENTATION USING MUNGBEAN (Vigna Radiata) AND MORINGA OLEIFERA LEAVES
  52. THE CAUSES AND CONTROL OF DENTAL CARIES (A CASE STUDY OF EWOI COMMUNITY OGBIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA BAYELSA STATE)
  53.  INFLUENCE OF FEEDING PATTERN ON THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN (5-10 YEARS) IN MGBIRICHI
  54. SAFETY OPERATION OF FOOD CANTEEN (A CASE STUDY OF OWERRI NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IMO STATE
  55. GOVERNMENT FINANCING OF NONPROFIT ACTIVITY
  56. NONPROFITS AND GOVERNMENT: COLLABORATION AND CONFLICT.
  57. TEMPORARY CRISES AND POLICY CHANGE: THE CASE OF STATE SUBSTANCE ABUSE SYSTEMS.
  58. THE CDC MODEL OF URBAN REDEVELOPMENT: A CRITIQUE AND AN ALTERNATIVE
  59. PRESENTING STRUCTURAL INNOVATION IN AN INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT: HOSPITALS’ USE OF IMPRESSION MANAGEMENT
  60. DEVELOPING NEW FORMS OF PARTNERSHIP WITH THE >MARKET( IN THE PROCUREMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES
  61. PUBLIC–PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS: FROM CONTESTED CONCEPT TO PREVALENT PRACTICE
  62. HYBRIDITY AS A PERMANENT AND INEVITABLE CHARACTERISTIC OF THE THIRD SECTOR
  63. CHALLENGES AND DILEMMAS FACING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES.
  64. SOCIAL SERVICES BY SOCIAL ENTERPRISES. ON THE POSSIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS OF HYBRID ORGANISATIONS AND A CIVIL SOCIETY
  65. MIXED WELFARE SYSTEMS AND HYBRID ORGANIZATIONS: CHANGES IN THE GOVERNANCE AND PROVISION OF SOCIAL SERVICES.
  66. THE IDEATIONAL SYSTEM OF SOCIAL MOVEMENT AGENCIES: AN EXAMINATION OF FEMINIST HEALTH CENTERS
  67. STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT IN HYBRID ORGANIZATIONS
  68. SHELTER AND SOCIETY: THEORY, RESEARCH, AND POLICY FOR NONPROFIT HOUSING
  69. THE POLITICS OF QUASI-GOVERNMENT: HYBRID ORGANIZATIONS AND THE DYNAMICS OF BUREAUCRATIC CONTROL
  70. THE PERFORMANCE CHALLENGE IN NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS.
  71. THE EMERGENCE OF HYBRID ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS: COMBINING IDENTITY BASED SERVICE PROVISION AND POLITICAL ACTION. NONPROFIT AND VOLUNTARY SECTOR QUARTERLY
  72. FEDERAL POLICY AND THE RISE OF NONPROFIT HOUSING PROVIDERS
  73. THE PUBLIC–PRIVATE DISTINCTION IN ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY
  74. THE IMPACT OF ENTERPRISE COMMUNITY PARTNERS
  75. THE RATIONALIZATION OF CHARITY: THE INFLUENCES OF PROFESSIONALISM IN THE NONPROFIT SECTOR.
  76.  ISOMORPHISM AND EXTERNAL SUPPORT IN CONFLICTING INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENTS: A STUDY OF DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT CENTERS
  77. BRIDGING SECTORS: PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN NONPROFITS AND PRIVATE DEVELOPERS
  78. THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITIES.
  79. THE TOOLS OF GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED ENTERPRISE IN NIGERIA.
  80. THE NEW POLITICAL ECONOMY: THE PUBLIC USE OF THE PRIVATE SECTORPUBLIC–PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS AND HYBRIDITY.
  81. THE APPOINTED STATE: QUASI-GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS AND DEMOCRACY
  82. NONPROFITS FOR HIRE: THE WELFARE STATE IN THE AGE OF CONTRACTING
  83. THE POWER OF SOCIAL INNOVATION: HOW CIVIC ENTREPRENEURS IGNITE COMMUNITY NETWORKS FOR GOOD
  84. NETWORKS, NGOS AND PUBLIC HEALTH : RESPONSES TO HIV/AIDS IN NIGERIA HYBRIDIZATION AND NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS: THE GOVERNANCE CHALLENGE
  85. MIXED WELFARE SYSTEMS AND HYBRID ORGANIZATIONS: CHANGES IN THE GOVERNANCE AND PROVISION OF SOCIAL SERVICES
  86. DEVELOPING A MARKETING STRATEGY FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
  87.  CONCEPTIONS OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AND SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES: CONVERGENCES AND DIVERGENCES
  88.  PSYCHOSOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF AIDS PATIENTS WITH UNSUPPRESSED VIRAL LOAD AFTER SIX MONTHS OF ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY
  89.  THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL WORKER IN THE REUNIFICATION OF FOSTER CHILDREN WITH THEIR BIOLOGICAL PARENTS
  90. THE ROLE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL IN THE CREATION OF SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS
  91.  A CULTURAL HISTORICAL STUDY OF A MORAVIAN MISSION STATION AT THE SOUTHERN EXTREME OF AFRICA
  92.  ADOLESCENT IDENTITY EXPERIENCES OF HISTORICALLY DISADVANTAGED SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS ATTENDING INDEPENDENT NIGERIAN HIGH SCHOOLS
  93. SOCIAL MOBILITY AND COHESION IN POST-APARTHEID SOUTH AFRICA AND NIGERIA
  94. DEPENDENCY AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: THE NIGERIAN EXPERIENCE
  95.  POVERTY AND DEPENDENCY IN NIGERIA
  96. MANAGING HIV AND AIDS STIGMA IN THE WORKPLACE : CASE STUDY OF THE EASTERN CAPE DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
  97.  THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL WORKER IN THE REUNIFICATION OF FOSTER CHILDREN WITH THEIR BIOLOGICAL PARENTS
  98. KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF NURSING MOTHER’S ON EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING
  99. DETERMINANTS OF CHILD BEARING WOMEN’S CHOICE OF HEALTH CARE
  100. PREVALENCE OF MALNUTRITION AMONG CHILDREN UNDER FIVE
  101.  THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF PNEUMONIA IN UNDER FIVE YEARS OLD CHILDREN
  102. HYBRID ORGANIZATIONS AND THE THIRD SECTOR: CHALLENGES FOR PRACTICE, THEORY AND POLICY
  103.  EFFECT OF MATERNAL LITERACY ON THE NUTRITION STATUS OF CHILD 0 – 5 YEARS
  104. KNOWLEDGE OF THE CAUSE AND PREVENTION OF ANAEMIA IN PREGNANCY AMONG PREGNANT MOTHERS ATTENDING ANTE NATAL CLINIC AT UTUH COTTAGE HOSPITAL
  105.  ASSESSMENT OF THE PERCEPTION, ATTITUDE AND EXPERIENCE ON NOSOCOMIAL INFECTIONS BY HCW IN SELECTED PRIVATE HOSPITALS IN LAGOS STATE NIGERIA.
  106. ACADEMIC FACTORS AFFECTING LEARNING AT A NURSING COLLEGE
  107. MEASURES UTILIZED FOR PREVENTION OF NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION IN THE LABOUR WARD
  108. THE ROLE OF NURSES IN MANAGEMENT OF TYPHOID IN WEST AFRICA
  109. THE PRESENCE OF HEPATITIS B ENVELOPE ANTIBODY IN PATIENTS WHO HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY SCREENED FOR THE SURFACE ANTIGEN
  110. ATTITUDE OF NURSES TOWARDS RELAPSE PREVENTION AMONG PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS IN FEDERAL NEUROPSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL BARNAWA, KADUNA
  111. KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF STANDARD PRECAUTIONS AMONG HEALTH CARE WORKERS
  112. AN ANALYSIS OF THE INCREASE IN MORTALITY RATE AS A RESULT OF ABORTION AMONG YOUNG WOMEN
  113. THE KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF CONTRACEPTION AMONG MALE ADOLESCENT STUDENTS OF COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
  114. THE INFLUENCE OF EXCESSIVE INTAKE OF ALCOHOL AMONG UNIVERSITY OF UYO STUDENTS
  115. HEALTH EDUCATION AS A PARADIGM TO ACHIEVING VISION 2020 IN NIGERIA NATION
  116. THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL WORKERS IN AN HOSPITAL
  117. THE USE OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINE IN THE TREATMENT OF MALARIA AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN ABRAKA DELTA STATE
  118. FACTORS INFLUENCING UTILIZATION OF PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION (PMTCT) SERVICES AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTE-NATAL CLINIC IN UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR TEACHING HOSPITAL (UCTH)
  119. ASSESSMENT OF FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION IN NIGERIA
  120. SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS INFLUENCING WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS IN DELTA CENTRAL SENATORIAL DISTRICT
  121. THE DETERMINATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEIGHT AND HEART BEAT OF MALE AND FEMALE STUDENTS IN DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, DELSU ABRAKA
  122. PATIENT CARE SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEM USING TIMED COLOURED PETRI NETS
  123. MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF A PRE-HOSPITAL EMERGENCY CARE NETWORK USING TIMED COLOURED PETRI NETS
  124. THE ROLE OF THE FAMILY IN PREVENTION OF HIV/AIDS AMONG YOUTHS IN THE SOCIETY: A CASE STUDY OF OSHIMILI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA STATE
  125. FACTORS INFLUENCING UTILIZATION OF PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION (PMTCT) SERVICES AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTE-NATAL CLINIC IN UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR TEACHING HOSPITAL (UCTH)
  126. GENETIC AND MORPHOLOGICAL DIVERSITY IN Monodora myristica(GAERTN.) DUNAL IN EASTERN NIGERIA
  127. MEASURES UTILIZED FOR PREVENTION OF NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION IN THE LABOUR WARD OF UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR TEACHING HOSPITAL (UCTH), CALABAR
  128. TREATMENT AND PREVENTION OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE: A CASE STUDY OF EGOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, EDO STATE
  129. HOME ENVIRONMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
  130. KNOWLEDGE OF SEX EDUCATION AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN BENIN CITY
  131. ASSESSMENT OF THE CAUSES OF PREMARITAL SEX AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BENIN.
  132. PROBLEM OF PREGNANCY AND ABORTION ON GIRL-CHILD EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
  133. IMPACT OF SEXUALITY EDUCATION IN REDUCING UNPROTECTED INTERCOURSE AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN OVIA LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF EDO STATE
  134. DETERMINING THE SERUM PROTEIN LEVELS AND CIC LEVEL IN CEREBRAL MALARIA PATIENTS
  135. THE PREVALENCE OF CYSTICERCOSIS IN BADIRISA, ADAMAWA STATE.
  136. THE DETERMINANCE OF INDUCED ABORTION AMONG UNDERGRADUATES STUDENTS IN NIGERIA (Case study of University of Benin)
  137. THE IMPACT OF HEALTH CARE INSURANCE PLANS:A CASE STUDY OF LUTH IN IDI-ARABA, SURULERE, LAGOS
  138. STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING MALNUTRITION ON CHILDREN’S ZERO TO FIVE YEARS
  139. PREVALENCE OF HEPATITIS VIRUS INFECTION AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN
  140. PERCEIVED BENEFITS OF EXERCISE AMONG PREGNANT MOTHERS IN IKWO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA EBONYI STATE
  141. IMPROPER MANAGEMENT OF AN ABATTOIR ITS EFFECT AND THE WAY OUT
  142. THE ROLE OF NUTRITION IN THE WELL-BEING OF UNDERGRADUATES IN NIGERIA
  143. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DRUG ABUSE AND TONE OF DISCIPLINE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA
  144. KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF STANDARD PRECAUTIONS AMONG HEALTH CARE WORKERS
  145. AN ANALYSIS OF THE INCREASE IN MORTALITY RATE AS A RESULT OF ABORTION AMONG YOUNG WOMEN
  146. THE KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE OF CONTRACEPTION AMONG MALE ADOLESCENT STUDENTS OF COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
  147. THE INFLUENCE OF EXCESSIVE INTAKE OF ALCOHOL AMONG UNIVERSITY OFUYO STUDENTS
  148. HEALTH EDUCATION AS A PARADIGM TO ACHIEVING VISION 2020 IN NIGERIA NATION
  149. THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL WORKERS IN AN HOSPITAL
  150. SURVEY OF DIVORCE AMONG WOMEN AND IT’S EFFECTS ON CHILDREN’S ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
  151. PERCEPTION OF MARRIED WOMEN ON FAMILY PROGRAMMES IN NIGERIA
  152. CONTRACEPTIVE USE AMONG FEMALE STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF UYO
  153. AN ANALYSIS OF HIV RISK PRACTICES AMONGST WOMEN OF CHILD-BEARING AGE IN UYO LGA
  154. ABORTION AS A CAUSATIVE FACTOR TO THE INCREASE IN MORTALITY RATE AMONG ADOLECENTS IN UYO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF NIGERIA
  155. AN ANALYSIS OF THE INCREASE IN MORTALITY RATE AS A RESULT OF ABORTION AMONG YOUNG WOMEN
  156. HEALTH EDUCATION AS A PARADIGM TO ACHIEVING VISION 2020 IN NIGERIA NATION
  157. KNOWLEDGE, PERCEPTION AND STANDARD PRECAUTION AMONG HEALTH WORKERS IN NIGERIA
  158. KNOWLEDGE AWARENESS AND BENEFITS OF NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME AMONG CIVIL SERVANT IN UYO LGA
  159. CREATIVITY AMONG NURSING STUDENTS
  160. COUNTER TRANSFERENCE AMONG NURSING STUDENTS
  161. THE IMPACT OF NURSING STUDENTS’ SATISFACTION
  162. THE IMPACT OF NURSING ASSISTANCE SYSTEMATIZATION: NURSING STUDENTS’ OPINION
  163. AN ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES ABOUT NURSING EDUCATION
  164. THE IMPACT OF AIDS AWARENESS AMONG NURSING STUDENTS
  165. THE IMPACT OF NURSING STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES OF CARE
  166. THE RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIOUR FOR NURSING STUDENTS
  167. NUMERACY SKILLS OF NURSING STUDENTS
  168. PERCEPTIONS OF NURSING: A STUDY INVOLVING NURSES, NURSING STUDENTS, PATIENTS AND NON-NURSING STUDENTS
  169. SELF-ASSESSED LEVEL OF GRADUATING NURSING STUDENTS’ NURSING SKILLS
  170. NIGERIA NURSING STUDENTS’ PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN NURSING
  171. ATTITUDES OF JORDANIAN NURSING STUDENTS TOWARDS NURSING RESEARCH
  172. NURSING STUDENTS’ AWARENESS OF NURSING AND FUTURE CAREER
  173. Nursing Project Topics: FACTORS AFFECTING SATISFACTION OF NURSING STUDENTS OF NURSING MAJOR
  174. NURSING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE PSYCHIATRIC NURSING EXPERIENCE
  175. PROFESSIONAL NURSING VALUES AMONG BACCALAUREATE NURSING STUDENTS IN HONG KONG
  176. SELF-ASSESSED LEVEL OF GRADUATING NURSING STUDENTS’ NURSING SKILLS
  177. DOCTORAL NURSING STUDENTS’ VIEWPOINTS ABOUT THE NURSING PHD CURRICULUM
  178. EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND NURSING PERFORMANCE AMONG NURSING STUDENTS
  179. DIFFICULTIES OF BS NURSING STUDENTS IN NURSING RESEARCH
  180. Nursing Project Topics
  181. KNOWLEDGE OF NURSING STUDENTS ON PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS
  182. NATIVE AMERICAN GRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS’ LEARNING EXPERIENCES
  183. STUDY SKILLS FOR NURSING AND HEALTHCARE STUDENTS
  184. NURSING STUDENTS PRACTICE PRIMARY FIRE PREVENTION
  185. LEVELS OF EMPATHY IN UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS
  186. POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS AMONG UNDERGRADUATE EMERGENCY NURSING STUDENTS
  187. ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION BY NURSING STUDENTS IN HONDURAS
  188. SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF NURSES AND NURSING STUDENTS
  189. NURSING STUDENTS’ PERSONAL QUALITIES: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY
  190. Nursing Project TopicsMEASURING CULTURAL AWARENESS IN NURSING STUDENTS: 
  191. HOW NURSING STUDENTS CAN EMPOWER PROFESSIONALS
  192. PATIENT SAFETY: KNOWLEDGE OF UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS
  193. MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION AND FINAL YEAR NURSING STUDENTS
  194. LISTENING AND COMMUNICATION STYLES IN NURSING STUDENTS 
  195. METACOGNITIVE STRATEGIES ADOPTED BY NURSING STUDENTS
  196. : Nursing Project Topics: MORAL REASONING AMONG GRADUATE STUDENTS IN NURSING
  197. APPLYING PSYCHOSOCIAL THEORIES FOR NURSING STUDENTS
  198. LEVELS OF EMPATHY IN UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS
  199. NURSING STUDENTS’ WILLINGNESS TO BLOW THE WHISTLE
  200. Nursing Project Topics: AIDS AWARENESS IN NURSING STAFF AND STUDENTS
  201. STRESS COPING STYLES AMONG NURSING STUDENTS
  202. EXPLORING NURSING STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF BEING REGULATED
  203. ENTRY CRITERIA AND NURSING STUDENTS’ SUCCESS
  204. STRESS AND STRESSORS AMONG NURSING STUDENTS
  205. DRAIN FOLLOWING ABILITIES OF NURSING STUDENTS
  206. MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION AND FINAL YEAR NURSING STUDENTS
  207. KNOWLEDGE OF NURSING STUDENTS ON PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS
  208. NURSING STUDENTS’ PERSONAL EXPERIENCES INVOLVING ALCOHOL PROBLEMS
  209. ALCOHOL USE AND SPIRITUALITY AMONG NURSING STUDENTS
  210. NURSING STUDENTS’ PHARMACOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AND CALCULATION SKILLS
  211. FINNISH NURSES’ AND NURSING STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
  212. YOGA IMPROVES PSYCHOPHYSICAL HEALTH OF NURSING STUDENTS
  213. META-COGNITIVE STRATEGIES AND NURSING STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT
  214. NURSING STUDENTS AND INTERNET HEALTH INFORMATION
  215. FINNISH NURSES’ AND NURSING STUDENTS’ PHARMACOLOGICAL SKILLS
  216. MORAL REASONING AMONG GRADUATE STUDENTS IN NURSING
  217. THE STRESS SOURCES OF NURSING STUDENTS
  218. INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AMONGST UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS
  219. NURSING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF PATIENT DIGNITY
  220. Nursing Project Topics: NURSING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES: ONE FACULTY’S JOURNEY 
  221. CULTURE OF NURSING SCHOOL: STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS
  222. THE IMPACT OF EXERCISE TRAINING IN PREGNANCY FOR OBESE WOMEN
  223. THE EFFECTS OF DIETARY COUNSELING ON GESTATIONAL WEIGHT GAIN AND GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN OBESE PREGNANT WOMEN
  224. PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS AND OUTCOMES AMONG OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE NULLIPAROUS WOMEN
  225. PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE TRAINING PREVENTING URINARY AND ANAL INCONTINENCE DURING PREGNANCY
  226. EXERCISE DURING PREGNANCY: KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEFS OF MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS IN SOUTH AFRICA: A SURVEY STUDY
  227. KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF NIGERIAN PREGNANT WOMEN TOWARDS ANTENATAL EXERCISE: A CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY
  228. PHYSICAL EXERCISE DURING PREGNANCY
  229. EFFECT OF ANTENATAL PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE EXERCISE ON MODE OF DELIVERY
  230. EVALUATING WEB-BASED PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE EDUCATION FOR PREGNANT WOMEN
  231.  PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS AND OUTCOMES AMONG OVERWEIGHT AND OBESE NULLIPAROUS WOMEN
  232. RETENTION OF PREGNANCY-RELATED WEIGHT IN THE EARLY POSTPARTUM PERIOD: IMPLICATIONS FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH SERVICES
  233. THE GESTATIONAL WEIGHT GAIN AND CHILD ADIPOSITY AT AGE 3 YEARS
  234. THE ASSOCIATIONS OF GESTATIONAL WEIGHT GAIN WITH OFFSPRING BODY MASS INDEX AND BLOOD PRESSURE AT 21 YEARS OF AGE: EVIDENCE FROM A BIRTH COHORT STUDY
  235. THE EXERCISE DURING PREGNANCY AND THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD
  236. THE PREDICTORS OF PREGNANCY-ASSOCIATED CHANGE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN A RURAL WHITE POPULATION
  237. THE  ENDURANCE EXERCISE AND PREGNANCY OUTCOME
  238. THE IMPACT OF OBESITY AND PREGNANCY
  239. PREPREGNANCY WEIGHT AND THE RISK OF ADVERSE PREGNANCY OUTCOME
  240.  A LIFESTYLE INTERVENTION OF WEIGHT-GAIN RESTRICTION: DIET AND EXERCISE IN OBESE WOMEN WITH GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS
  241. CONTINUING REGULAR EXERCISE DURING PREGNANCY: EFFECT OF EXERCISE VOLUME ON FETOPLACENTAL GROWTH
  242. EXERCISE TRAINING IN PREGNANCY REDUCES OFFSPRING SIZE WITHOUT CHANGES IN MATERNAL INSULIN SENSITIVITY
  243. BEGINNING REGULAR EXERCISE IN EARLY PREGNANCY: EFFECT ON FETOPLACENTAL GROWTH
  244. EFFECT OF EXERCISE ON THE INTENSITY OF LOW BACK PAIN IN PREGNANT WOMEN
  245. RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL TO PREVENT EXCESSIVE WEIGHT GAIN IN PREGNANT WOMEN
  246. PREVENTING EXCESSIVE WEIGHT GAIN DURING PREGNANCY THROUGH DIETARY AND LIFESTYLE COUNSELING
  247. EFFECT OF WEIGHT GAIN DURING PREGNANCY AMONG NIGERIAN WOMEN
  248. ASSESSING THE REDUCTION OF BACK AND POSTERIOR PELVIC PAIN IN PREGNANCY
  249. PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE STRENGTH AND RESPONSE TO PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE TRAINING FOR STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE
  250. BODY PROPORTIONS AND EARLY NEONATAL MORBIDITY IN SMALL FORGESTATIONAL-AGE INFANTS OF SUCCESSIVE BIRTHS EXERCISE
  251. THE EFFECTS OF DIETARY COUNSELING ON GESTATIONAL WEIGHT GAIN AND GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN OBESE PREGNANT WOMEN
  252. FETUSES OF OBESE MOTHERS DEVELOP INSULIN RESISTANCE IN UTERO
  253. EFFECTS OF MATERNAL SURGICAL WEIGHT LOSS IN MOTHERS ON INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION OF OBESITY
  254. LARGE MATERNAL WEIGHT LOSS FROM OBESITY SURGERY PREVENTS TRANSMISSION OF OBESITY TO CHILDREN WHO WERE FOLLOWED FOR 2 TO 18 YEARS
  255. EFFECTS OF ACUPUNCTURE AND STABILISING EXERCISES AS ADJUNCT TO STANDARD TREATMENT

     

     

     

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