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The Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care is the official Journal of the Association of Community Physicians of Nigeria. The Journal, which is multidisciplinary and international in scope, provides a forum for the dissemination of research findings, reviews, theories and information on all aspects of public health. The Journal therefore welcomes articles that seek to advance knowledge and understanding of the health sector with a bias to community medicine and primary health care from all stakeholders. The Journal will accept articles from all the diverse sub-specialties that make up community medicine, for example epidemiology, environmental health, clinical care, health planning and management, health policy, health care financing, public health nutrition, medical sociology, primary health care, reproductive health, child health etc.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.bioline.org.br/pc


Vol 31, No 2 (2019)

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Articles

Challenges in the logistics management of vaccine cold chain system in Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T.O. Ojo, M.Y. Ijadunola, E.O. Adeyemi, O.O. Adetunji, F.O. Adurosakin, A.M. Adeyinka, C.O. Adeyelu 1-12
Forms and determinants of sexual abuse among female child hawkers in Uyo, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.E. Johnson, O.O. Motilewa, V.I. Ekpin 13-25
Lassa fever awareness and knowledge among community residents in Ondo State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.A. Fatiregun, E Isere, M Dosumu, O Agunbiade, R Onyibe 26-35
Prevalence, pattern and determinants of dating violence among young persons in Benin City, Edo State EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E.O. Ogboghodo, O.E. Obarisiagbon 36-46
Community perception of quality of health care received and client satisfaction in Lagos, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M.R. Akinyinka, E.O. Oluwole, O.O. Odusanya 47-65
Knowledge and perception of mental disorders among relatives of mentally ill persons in a rural community in South-South Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O Agofure, O.R. Okandeji-Barry, I.S. Ume 66-77
Preferred approach to performance improvement among stakeholders in the health insurance industry in Southwest Region of Nigeria: Implications for Universal Health Coverage EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D.A. Adewole, S Bello, S.A. Adebowale 78-89
Nutritional knowledge, dietary habits and nutritional status of diabetic patients attending teaching hospitals in Lagos, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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F.A. Olatona, C.A. Airede, S.A. Aderibigbe, A Osibogun 90-103


ISSN: 0794-7410
AJOL African Journals Online