Research Papers/Topics in Nursing And Nursing Science

The Assessment of Midwives Responses to Obstetrics Emergencies

 INTRODUCTION                   This chapter will introduce the sub-heading of the research work as follows: background of the study, statement of problem, objective of the study, significance of the study, research questions, scope of the study, areas of study and delimitation and operational definition of terms.1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYEmergency obstetric management are a set of life saving...

Prevalence of Breast Cancer Among Women Aged (15-49 Years)

INTRODUCTION1.0 Background of the studyThis chapter describes the Background of the study, the statement of the problem, objectives of the study, Research Questions, significance of the study, scope/delimitation of the study and Operational definitions of terms.The development of the human breast begins during gestation but is not complete at the time of birth. Further development and differentiation of breast tissue occurs over time and especially in puberty, continuing through the reproduct...

The Role of Nurses in Policy Formulation

Introduction and Conceptual Exploration:   The essence of administering or managing an organization is about decision-making, policy formulation and implementation. Organization leadership (public or private) function and operates the system based on known and clearly stated policy guidelines. Policy is thus formulated as the framework that informs organization structure, management pattern, operational processes and relationships to achieving the corporate organizational set goals an...

Parents Knowledge on The Impact of Vernal Conjunctivitis Among Children Aged 3-16 Year

INTRODUCTION1.0 IntroductionThe eye is an organ of sight; it is a cystic structure which keeps it distended by the pressure inside it. Although generally referred to as the globe.The eyeball is not a spare but consist of two modified spare fused together. The cornea is a part of the anterior smaller portion with a radius of 7.8mm while the sclera is the pat that is the posterior larger spare with radius of about 12mm.The eye is a special organ of sight which comprises the eyeball, optic nerve...

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Personal Hygiene Among Food Vendors

Personal hygiene is the science of healthy living of an individual. International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences, 2018, It has been reported that washing hands with water and soap could reduce the diarrheal and respiratory diseases by 44% and 23% respectively.Human body usually carries food poisoning bacteria on their skin, noses or in the intestinal tract. Thus, food handlers should keep themselves clean by washing their hands, wearing a clean cloth and avoid jewelry inside re...

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Health Workers Towards Record Keeping of Patients Care

INTRODUCTION1.0 Background of the StudyPatients' records provide a trace of care processes that have occurred and are further used as communication amongst health care workers for continued management of patients. Health care workers have the responsibility to ensure that records are accurate and complete in order to effectively manage their patients. In hospitals, health care workers have to record a wide range of information in the patient's records and this leads to increased workload on t...

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Cervical Cancer Among Female Students

1.0       INTRODUCTIONCervical cancer is the most common cancer and the leading cause of death of cancer among women in developing countries (WHO, 2005). Globally, cervical cancer is the fifth most-deadly cancer in women (WHO, 2006). The global estimates are 452,000 new cases and more than 234,000 deaths from cervical cancer annually 80% of deaths occur in developing countries and that has only 5% of the global cancer resources. The incidence in the tropics...

Knowledge and Utilization of Partograph Among Primary Health Care Workers

1.0 INTRODUCTIONMaternal mortality continues to be a global burden worldwide. Each year, more than 200 million women become pregnant and a large number of motxB Lhers die as a result of complications of pregnancy or childbirth1. According to United Nations report, maternal mortality has nearly halved since 1990, but levels are far from the target set for 2015. Globally, there were an estimated number of 289,000 maternal deaths in 2013. This means, every day, approximately 800 women die from a...

Knowledge and Utilization of Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness Among Pregnant Women

INTRODUCTIONThis chapter deal with background of the study, statement of the problem, objective of the study, significance of the study, research question, scope and delimitation of the study and operational definition of terms.1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDYBirth preparedness and complication readiness is the process of planning for normal delivery and anticipating the action needed in case of an emergency Adesokan, (2014). This implies that the concept of birth preparedness and complication rea...

Fundamental Expertise to Improve Patient Care

The nursing profession can make a difference between life and death of a patient, it can also have an emotional impact on the lives of the patient and family, therefore, it is expedient for a caregiver to possess critical skills and competencies that will make them lifesavers rather than angels of death. The four fundamental responsibilities of nurses are: to promote health, to prevent illness, to restore health and to alleviate suffering. Life is irreplaceable! Entrusting such a valuab...

MEDICATION ADHERENCE TO ANTI-RETROVIRAL THERAPY AMONG PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS ATTENDING COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CONTROL AND RESEARCH CENTRE

INTRODUCTION Background to the StudyAIDS is Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, a disease caused by the Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV). The illness interferes with the immune system and makes victims vulnerable to opportunistic infections that exploit clients’ immunosuppressant statuses (CDC, 2011). HIV infection affects the immune system. The immune system is the body's defense against infections by microorganisms (such as very small bacteria or viruses) that get past the skin an...

TEAM WORK AMONG HEALTH PROFESSIONALS; AN EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR ENHANCING QUALITY PATIENT CARE

TABLE OF CONTENTTitle Table of contentIntroductionObjectivesConcept of team spirit Stages of team developmentTheories of team workTypes of team in healthcareBenefits of team workChallenges of team workWays of encouraging team workCharacteristics of an effective teamWays of resolving conflict in a teamSummaryConclusionRecommendationsReference

EVALUATION OF SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMME IN SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF SABON GARI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE

ABSTRACTThis study evaluates the school health program in selected secondary schools of Sabon Gari Local Government Area Kaduna state Nigeria the study employed survey instrument design. Using a sample of 50 drawn from the population of 200 in the study area. 2 instrument mainly questionnaire and interview dully validated by expert were used for data collection, the research questions were answered using frequency distribution table while research hypothesis were test using t-test stat...

KNOWLEDGE AND USE OF NURSING PROCESS AS A TOOL FOR QUALITY CARE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1. BACKGROUND OF STUDYIn these early days, nursing was characterized by two aims: Care of the sick and promotion of health. These were accomplished with little or no direction from medicine.The nursing process functions as a systematic guide to client-centered care with 5 sequential steps. These are assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Assessment. Assessment is the first step and involves critical thinking skills and data col...

PERCEIVED IMPACT OF SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAM AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN SAMARU METROPOLIS

ABSTRACT The objectives of this study was to evaluate the perceived impact of school health program in various secondary schools in the Samaru community, through physical, mental and social wellbeing assessment of the students. Health promotion model was used as the theoretical framework. The Study design was a cross sectional descriptive survey design and simple random sampling method was used to select the samples consisting of 70 students from Government girls Samaru, 52 stud...

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