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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 7, No 3 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Review Article

Pragmatic approach to halt preventable maternal and neonatal deaths in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.O. Komolafe, O.O. Irinoye 176-185

Original Article

Phaeochromocytoma in early pregnancy: A case report and review of the literature EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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V.K. Oriji, P.O. Fiebai, A Iyagba 186-193
Patterns and predictors of contraceptive usage among HIV-positive women of reproductive age attending PMTCT/ART clinics in Ogbomoso, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.O. Olarewaju, Y Olaniyan, Y.O. Odusolu 194-203
Satisfaction among patients attending oncology clinic in a tertiary hospital in South West, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Y.A. Kuyinu, J.H. Onyemenam, O.O. Goodman, B.A. Odugbemi 204-210
Patterns and outcome of respiratory disease among adult in-patients, in Abuja-Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.A. Akor, E Idenyi, C Hilary, B.O. Akor 211-216
Patterns and determinants of contraceptives utilization in a religiously homogeneous settlement: a Nigerian case study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.C. Ene, Y Adewoyin, N.A. Chukwu 217-226
Knowledge and practice of blood donation among national youth corp members in orientation camp Sagamu Ogun State EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.T. Ojo, F Bello, J.O. Adenuga, B.Y. Bakare, D.O. Kolade, P.O. Olatunji 227-236
Knowledge and socio-demographic determinants of occupational hazard prevention among automobile mechanics in Akure South Local Government, Ondo State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M.G. Elemile, J.O. Kio, I.O. Abolarin, O.J. Makanjuola 237-245
Health needs and health seeking behaviour of Internally Displaced Persons in Dalori camp, Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.O. Faronbi, O.D. Akinyoola, G.O. Faronbi, G.A. Adegbola, C.B. Bello 246-255
Assessment of nurses' opinion about reporting medication errors: a cross-sectional study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.A. Udi, B.N. Ogbu, N.E. Chukwuyem, C.Q. Ike 256-262
Tribute: Professor Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C.O. Alebiosu 263-264


ISSN: 2467-8252
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