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Health seeking behaviour in Nigeria

I. O. Orubuloye

Health seeking behaviour in Nigeria

by I. O. Orubuloye

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Published by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER) in Ibadan, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria,
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Health behavior -- Nigeria.,
    • Health attitudes -- Nigeria.,
    • Fertility, Human -- Nigeria -- Statistics.,
    • Mothers -- Health and hygiene -- Nigeria -- Statistics.,
    • Children -- Health and hygiene -- Nigeria -- Statistics.,
    • Public health -- Nigeria -- Statistics.,
    • Demographic surveys -- Nigeria -- Statistics.,
    • Health surveys -- Nigeria -- Statistics.,
    • Nigeria -- Population.,
    • Nigeria -- Population policy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementI.O. Orubuloye, D. Olu Ajakaiye.
      GenreStatistics.
      ContributionsAjakaiye, David Olusanya Ishola.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA776.9 .O783 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 142 p. ;
      Number of Pages142
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3779188M
      ISBN 109781813059
      LC Control Number2003547260
      OCLC/WorldCa52741395

      Health Care Seeking Behaviour Among Market Traders In Ibarapa Central Local Government, Nigeria. The Internet Journal of Health. Volume 9 Number 2. Abstract. This study identifies the health problems of traders and their health seeking behaviours.A descriptive cross-sectional study of all adult traders in Igboora and Idere, Nigeria was Cited by: 8. The growing rate of risky sexual behaviour among young adults contributes significantly to the spread of Sexually Transmitted Infections epidemic in Nigeria. As a result of which this study explores STIs knowledge and treatment seeking behaviour among University of Ilorin students aged between years. An in-depth.

      The study examined the influence of mothers’ health seeking behaviour and childhood immunization in Lagos and Ogun States. Data on 4, women age years that have had at least a child within the last five years in Lagos and Ogun States were extracted from the Author: Fadeyi Adebayo.   Healthcare-seeking behavior, treatment delays and its determinants among pulmonary tuberculosis patients in rural Nigeria: a cross-sectional study. Kingsley N Ukwaja,1Isaac Alobu,2Chibueze O Nweke,3and Ephraim C Onyenwe3. 1Department of Internal Medicine, Federal Teaching Hospital, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria.

      Health-seeking behavior: Health-seeking behavior refers to all those things people do to prevent diseases and to maintain health. It is clear that every individual desires a healthy living and society. This is altruism because the cultural practice which is a way of life determines the health condition, strength and activities of the people in any. Information behavior is a field of information science research that seeks to understand the way people search for and use information in various contexts. It can include Information seeking and information retrieval, but it also aims to understand why people seek information and how they use term 'information behaviour' was coined by Thomas D. Wilson in and sparked controversy Missing: Nigeria.


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Health seeking behaviour in Nigeria by I. O. Orubuloye Download PDF EPUB FB2

Seeking behavior, the study is particularly concerned with the effects and influence of masculinity. and gender on the health-seeking behaviour of male academics in Nigeria, as well as their accept. ability of existing healthcare facilities.

Health seeking behaviour in Nigeria. Ibadan, Nigeria: Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), © (OCoLC) Online version: Orubuloye, I.O.

(Israel Olatunji), Health seeking behaviour in Nigeria. Ibadan, Nigeria: Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), © (OCoLC) Document.

Health seeking behaviour in Nigeria by I. Orubuloye,Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER) edition, in EnglishPages: determinants of maternal health-seeking behaviour in nigeria: a multilevel approach.

dorothy ngozi ononokpono. a thesis submitted to the faculty of humanities, university of the witwatersrand, johannesburg, in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of doctor of philosophy in.

demography and population studies. june The Nigerian rural people demonstrate undesirable health-seeking behavior because of their cosmological and nosological notions which ascribe etiology of diseases and ill-health to entities far beyond the realm of the stethoscope.

This is termed as health-seeking behaviour (Tee et al., ) (Dawood et al., ). According to (Mackian, ), there are two approaches to understanding health-seeking behaviours; the irst Author: Sara Mackian.

A research on the patients' health seeking behaviour and Primary Health Care service organization in 10 health centres in the five eastern states of the Federal Republic of Nigeria was carried out.

This research work focus on health seeking behavior of student in tertiary institution using The polytechnic Ibadan, Adeseun Ogundoyin campus Eruwa as a case study. The researcher collected primary data by preparing questionnaire to elicit the response from the respondents (students).

The response was coded and the required data were obtained. Every society makes provisions for health care delivery systems for its members.

This is with a view to providing medical and related services for the maintenance of good health, particularly through the prevention and treatment of diseases. This is in recognition of the pervasive importance of good health upon which life is contigent.

These societies thus developed indigeneous medical systems. Firstly there are studies which emphasise the ‘end point’ (utilisation of the formal system, or health care seeking behaviour); secondly, there are those which emphasise the ‘process’ (illness response, or health seeking behaviour).

Health care seeking behaviours: utilisation of the Size: KB. Health seeking behaviour of mothers and their perceived cause of childhood measles in Bayelsa, Nigeria *Jimoh Toyin Rotimi, Oluwarotimi T.

E and Olagunsoye Momodu Department of Public Health Nursing, Faculty of Health Technology, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife, Nigeria. Objectives: To assess maternal health services and health-seeking behavior in a rural community (Ologbo), located in the South–south zone of Nigeria.

Methods: Structured questionnaire was administered to randomly selected mothers (age 15–49 years), and was analyzed using SPSS. Six focus group discussion sessions were also conducted—four for community women and two for health Cited by: is a dearth of empirical study on the wealth distribution in Nigeria which could be important in explaining the general disparities in their health seeking behavior.

An adequate knowledge of Nigeria wealth distribution will no doubt inform policy makers in their decision making to improve the quality of Cited by: A model of health-seeking behaviour in relation to STD9 What is already known about health seeking behaviour in relation to STD.

10 Beliefs about STD11 Symptom recognition 11 What people do, where they go for help and when they go there12 Part 2: Protocol for assessing STD health seeking behaviour 15 Rationale 16 Missing: Nigeria. seeking behavior7. Delay in health seeking can also be associated with home/self treatment, use of traditional treatment, accessibility to health care services and money especially for children with acute fever and diarrhea8.

Aim Of The Study. The aim of this study was to determine the factors that influence mothers’ health-seeking behaviour File Size: KB.

The aim of this study was to determine the effect of limited knowledge and accessto primary health care services on the health-seeking behaviour of Nigerians.

Methods: We carried out a multistage cross-sectional study in 10 health centres in Nigeria using qualitative and quantitative research methods. A semi-structured questionnaire was Cited by: 2. sequelae. Some studies have examined health-seeking behaviour in rural communities [] but there has been no similar survey of healthcare preferences among stu-dent population in Nigeria.

An understanding of health- seeking behavior of students in the university community is important if a healthy community is to be Size: KB. Based on a cross-sectional design, this study investigates online health seeking and its possible influence on decision making among university undergraduates in Nigeria.

From the results, it was found that daily Internet use was on the average (%), and use was constrained by the poor power supply, the high cost of the Internet access Cited by: 6.

Sharma similarly reported a higher preference for spiritualists (%) than psychiatrists (%) in his study of treatment-seeking behaviour of mentally ill patients in a rural area in Beri, India. (7) In Nigeria there are still strong beliefs in magico-religious origins.

(). Factors affecting mothers’ healthcare‐seeking behaviour for childhood illnesses in a rural Nigerian setting. Early Child Development and Care: Vol.No. 5, pp. Cited by:. Health Seeking Behaviour, Food Habit and Nutritional Assessment of an Elderly Group in Ile Ife, Nigeria Olayiwola Ibiyemi Olasunbo1 and Deji Samson Ayo2* 1Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria 2Department of Community Health, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Ile Ife, Nigeria.

Health Seeking Behavior of Caregivers Whose Children (6–60 Months) Presented With Severe Malaria in a Tertiary Health Institution in Nigeria Damia Nwaneri, Ayebo Sadoh Pediatrics Feb(Supplement 1) S12; DOI: /pedsUAuthor: Damia Nwaneri, Ayebo Sadoh.This study investigates the factors and challenges affecting the information-seeking behavior of multidisciplinary science and technology researchers of the six departments of the Federal Institute of Industrial Research Oshodi (FIIRO) in Nigeria.

This study depicts a non-academic setting and by extension the African context. One hundred and sixty five researchers were given questionnaires of Author: Olayinka Babayemi Makinde Dr, Glenrose Velile Jiyane Prof, Tinashe Mugwisi Dr.