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Research Journal of Health Sciences

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The Research Journal of Health Sciences is dedicated to promoting high quality research work in the field of health and related biological sciences. It aligns with the mission of the Osun State University, which is “to create a unique institution, committed to the pursuit of academic innovation, skills-based training and a tradition of excellence in teaching, research and community service”. The Journal acts as a medium of improving the quality of health care and medical education particularly in the context of developing countries with limited resources.

The Research Journal of Health Sciences aim to make a substantial contribution towards providing high quality publications in health sciences and related biological sciences. It publishes manuscripts from basic and clinical sciences that have not been submitted for publication/or under consideration for publication elsewhere. The Journal ensures a rigorous review process.

Research Journal of Health Sciences journal is a peer reviewed, Open Access journal. The Journal subscribed to terms and conditions of Open Access publication. Articles are distributed under the terms of Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). (http://creativecommons.org/licences/by-nc-nd/4.0). All articles are made freely accessible for everyone to read, download, copy and distribute as long as appropriate credit is given and the new creations are licensed under the identical terms.


Vol 6, No 3 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Original Article

Prevalence of metabolic syndrome among chronic kidney disease patients attending a tertiary hospital in Nigeria – a cross - sectional study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.B. Olokor, O.E. Olokor 107-112
Posterior urethral valve: a retrospective review of cases and challenges of management in a low-resource centre EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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E.A. Ajao, O.O. Abiola, A.M. Alao, J.O. Adeniran 113-120
Utilization of maternal health services and its determinants among mothers attending primary health care clinics in Kwara State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M.M. Fasiku, K.A. Durowade, M.O. Osinubi, T.M. Akande, G.K. Osagbemi, A.G. Salaudeen, T.A. Oloyede, V.O. Ayoola 121-132
Knowledge, perception and determinants of utilization of pharmacovigilance services among healthcare practitioners in Abuja EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.A. Akor, E.A. Ajiga, B.O. Akor 133-140
Tyre related risk assessment in the middle belt region in Nigeria: information for policymakers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.G. Salaudeen, G.K. Osagbemi, N.A. Hussain, O.I. Hussain, M.F. Adeyemi 141-148
Descriptive features of Lassa fever in Bauchi, Northeastern Nigeria - a retrospective review EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I.M. Maigari, Y.B. Jibrin, M.S. Umar, S.M. Lawal, A.Y. Gandi 149-156


ISSN: 2467-8252
AJOL African Journals Online