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Nigerian Journal of Family Practice

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Nigerian Journal of Family Practice (NJFP) serves as a repository for cutting-edge, peer-reviewed research in all fields of primary health care and family medicine in a uniquely African context. Encouraging scholarly exchange between family medicine and primary health care researchers and practitioners across Sub-Saharan Africa, NJFP provides a contextual and holistic view of family medicine as practiced across the continent. The journal is indispensable for family medicine specialists, primary health care practitioners and academics from both the developing and developed worlds, and offers an engaging insight into the growth of these disciplines from a distinctly African perspective.

Coverage of NJFP includes: Family medicine; Primary health care; District health; Rural health; Health promotion Prevention of disease and disability; Community oriented primary care; Education and training of professionals and health workers in primary health care and family medicine; Medical informatics and information science; Accident & Emergency care; Occupational Health; Travel Medicine etc.


Vol 9, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Shabi Olabode
Family physicians and research ethics in clinical practice EMAIL FULL TEXT
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I.S. Bello, O.M. Shabi 1-5
Prevalence and predictors of depression among women undergoing treatment for infertility at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A.A. Adelosoye, D.D. Uyagu, E.M. Obazee 6-15
Spirituality and adherence to antiretroviral drugs among HIV positive patients at Federal Medical Center, Keffi, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R.A. Barminas, S Yohanna 16-21
Hepatitis B and C coinfection with human immunodeficiency virus in a tertiary centre in Jos, North Central, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Chima A.A. George, O.J. Adetutu, Edwin Oseni-Momodu 22-28
Pattern of media literacy skills and internet health information utilization among in-school adolescents in Osun State, south-west, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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I.N. Shabi, F.O. Oyewusi, O.M. Shabi 29-38
Socio-demographic and clinical factors affecting adherence to antihypertensive medications and blood pressure control among patients attending the family practice clinic in a tertiary hospital in northern Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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O.A. Ibrahim, F.A. Olaniyan, A.G. Sule, B.Y. Ibrahim 39-49
The effect of text messaging on hospital visits and blood pressure control among literate adults attending the outpatient department in Bingham University Teaching Hospital Jos, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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O.V. Mamven, S Yohanna 50-57
The predictive value of syndromic approach to diagnosis of malaria among adults attending the outpatient clinic of a tertiary hospital in Ikeja, Lagos EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A.O. Orolu, B.C. Chukwukelu, A Adedokun, S.A. Malomo 58-67
Pains of amputation amongst diabetic foot ulcer patients in north central Nigeria: amputation versus no amputation EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E Oseni-Momodu, A.A.G. Chima, S Lengman 68-75
The effect of structured counselling on lifestyle modification measures among adult hypertensive patients in a tertiary hospital in north central Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D.A. Salihu, S Yohanna 76-81
Cervical cancer: current knowledge, perception and associated factors among female undergraduate student in a Nigerian polytechnic EMAIL FULL TEXT
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K.E. Adedokun, A.O. Ayodapo 82-89
Pattern of BMI among adolescents in secondary schools in Kaduna, north-west Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P Eseigbe, L.A. Moses, F.M. Onuoha, B.Y. Ibrahim, A.O. Aiyebelehin 90-96
Determinants of patient satisfaction among clients of a national health insurance scheme clinic in Uyo, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A.E. Akpan, E.A. Etukumana, N.E. Udonwa 97-104
Correlation of antemortem diagnoses and postmortem diagnoses in a preliminary survey - any discrepancies? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A.O. Komolafe, A.A. Adefidipe, H.A.M. Akinyemi 105-108


ISSN: 2141-9884
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