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  1. THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN COMMUNICABLE AND CHRONIC DISEASES ESPECIALLY WITH RESPECT TO TUBERCULOSIS AND DIABETES
  2. THE BURDEN AND PREVENTION OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE INFECTION (CDI) IN THE NIGERIAN HOSPITAL SETTING: SETTING THE SCENE FOR THE INTRODUCTION OF A NEW VACCINE.
  3. THE IMPACT OF NETWORK ANALYSIS FOR HEALTH WORKS IN NIGERIA
  4. ESTABLISHING THE MOST APPROPRIATES STATISTICAL ANALYSIS FOR PATIENT SAFETY DATA
  5. INDIVIDUAL BASED MODELS FOR ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF CASE-BASED INTERVENTIONS ON TUBERCULOSIS
  6. FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ACCEPTANCE & ADOPTION OF EMR IN LOW RESOURCE SETTINGS: A CASE STUDY IN NIGERIA
  7. IMPACT OF EDUCATION, DEMOGRAPHICS AND PROFESSIONAL CULTURE, ON PARAMEDIC INFECTION CONTROL DECISION MAKING.
  8. FACE MASKS IN THE PROTECTION OF HEALTHCARE WORKERS IN RESOURCE POOR SETTINGS
  9. HCV INFECTION IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE
  10. BARRIERS TO ELDERLY PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINATION
  11. MODELLING THE IMPACT OF ZOSTER VACCINE ON ZOSTER MORBIDITY IN NIGERIA.
  12. THE IMPACT AND COST EFFECTIVENESS OF VACCINE PROGRAMS IN ELDERLY: UNDERSTANDING THE INTERACTION BETWEEN INFANT AND ELDERLY VACCINATION.
  13. HABITUALISING HAND HYGIENE BEHAVIOURS OF NIGERIAN MOTHERS AND THEIR SMALL CHILDREN AT KEY JUNCTIONS: AFTER TOILETING AND BEFORE PREPARING FOOD, EATING AND FEEDING A CHILD.
  14. COMPARATIVE COST EFFECTIVENESS IF INTERVENTIONS TO CONTROL NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES (NCD) IN NIGERIA
  15. KNOWLEDGE OF MALARIA PREVENTION AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN AND FEMALE CAREGIVERS OF UNDER-FIVE CHILDREN IN RURAL SOUTHWEST NIGERIA.
  16. FACTORS INFLUENCING HEALTHCARE PROVIDER RESPONDENT FATIGUE ANSWERING A GLOBALLY ADMINISTERED IN-APP SURVEY
  17. ACCURACY OF CONVENTIONAL IDENTIFICATION METHODS USED FOR ENTEROBACTERIACEAE ISOLATES IN THREE NIGERIAN HOSPITALS.
  18. NIGERIAN LIBERIAN TRAVELERS VISITING FRIENDS AND RELATIVES: NEW APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING AND REDUCING INFECTIOUS DISEASE RISKS.
  19. MODIFY CONTACT PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY
  20. IMPROVING HAND HYGIENE (HH) COMPLIANCE AND ITS CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS IN MEDICAL STUDENTS
  21. EVIDENCE BASED GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
  22. BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS IN THE PROVISION OF MEDICAL CARE TO THE IDPS UNDER DIFFERENT MODELS OF CARE IN NORTH EAST NIGERIA: CURRENT POLICY AND PRACTICE AND WAYS FORWARD.
  23. STATISTICAL APPROACHES TO THE EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF VACCINATION PROGRAMS.
  24. THE BURDEN OF INFLUENZA B AND AGE-SPECIFIC BENEFIT OF QIV OVER TIV
  25. TRANSLATION OF POLICIES FROM HIGH-TO-LOW RESOURCED SETTING TO ADDRESS IRRATIONAL ANTIBIOTIC USE.
  26. FIELD APPLICATION OF ORAL CHOLERA VACCINE, SHANCHOL FOR USE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRY SETTINGS
  27. A CLUSTER-RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF COMMUNITY EDUCATION TO PREVENT THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHRONIC SUPPURATIVE OTITIS MEDIA IN CHILDREN IN NIGERIA
  28. GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR HIV ADVOCACY EVALUATION IN NIGERIA
  29. TRENDS IN DIABETES RISK FACTORS AND RELATED PREMATURE MORTALITY IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES
  30. CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL IN THE NIGERIA
  31. UNDERSTANDING YOUNG PEOPLE’S PERCEPTIONS AND BEHAVIOURS RELATED TO SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN EDO STATE
  32. BIRTH OUTCOMES IN THE NIGERIA: IDENTIFYING ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN OBSTETRIC OUTCOMES AND SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF PRIMIPAROUS WOMEN PRESENTING FOR DELIVERIES IN 2015 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BENIN TEACHING HOSPITAL.
  33. UNDERSTANDING CONSTRAINTS IN THE NIGERIAN HEALTH SYSTEM TO THE PREVENTION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV (PMTCT) SERVICES IN NIGERIA.
  34. HIV AND HUMAN RIGHTS.
  35. THE ROLE OF RELIGION AND FAITH-BASED ORGANISATIONS IN ADDRESSING HIV IN NIGERIA
  36. PUBLIC AND FORENSIC MENTAL HEALTH, ABORIGINAL WELLBEING AND WOMEN’S HEALTH
  37. STUDY OF URBAN ABORIGINAL HOUSING AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO HEALTH.
  38. ABORIGINAL HEALTH: ETHICS & RESEARCH
  39. MAJOR ADULT MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN A COHORT FROM THE ABORIGINAL MEDICAL SERVICE
  40. A COMMUNITY CASE-CONTROL STUDY EXAMINING ENVIRONMENTAL AND LIFESTYLE RISK FACTORS FOR YOUNGER ONSET DEMENTIA
  41. HUMAN RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WITH MENTAL DISABILITIES
  42. CONTRACEPTION UNDERSTANDINGS AND EXPERIENCES OF NIGERIAN WOMEN
  43. A STUDY ON THE PREDICTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES IN NIGERIAN POPULATION
  44. THE PREVALENCE OF POSTPARTUM DISTRESS AND ACCESSIBILITY TO PRIMARY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR WOMEN IN EDO STATE
  45. CHRONIC DISEASE PREVENTION PARTICULARLY FOCUS ON OBESITY
  46. DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF AN EDUCATIONAL INSTRUMENT TO DEVELOP COLLABORATIVE LEARNING COMPETENCIES IN JUNIOR MEDICAL STUDENTS
  47. IDENTIFICATION OF DIABETES PATIENTS AT RISK OF OTHER CHRONIC DISEASES FROM UNSTRUCTURED DATA USING BIG DATA AND SEMANTIC WEB TECHNOLOGIES
  48. EXPLORING CLINICAL GOVERNANCE IN RURAL AND REMOTE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
  49. SMOKE-FREE OUTDOOR AREAS: CAN TOBACCO CONTROL ADVOCACY WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENT BE EFFECTIVE?
  50. CARDIOVASCULAR ABSOLUTE RISK ASSESSMENT IN GENERAL PRACTICE AND IMPACT ON PRESCRIBING
  51. FACTORS THAT IMPEDE EARLY ACCESS TO DEFIBRILLATION FOLLOWING OUT OF HOSPITAL CARDIAC ARREST
  52. A QUESTIONNAIRE APPROACH BASED ON THE TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE MODEL FOR MOBILE TRACKING ON PATIENT PROGRESS APPLICATIONS
  53. ISSUES ON E-HEALTH ADOPTION IN NIGERIA
  54. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY IN HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: PROSPECTS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
  55. POVERTY AND GENDER INEQUALITY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
  56. TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE MODEL AS A PREDICTOR OF USING INFORMATION SYSTEM TO ACQUIRE INFORMATION LITERACY SKILLS
  57. THE IMPLICATIONS OF E-HEALTH SYSTEM DELIVERY STRATEGIES FOR INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE
  58. HEALTH CARE EXPENDITURE, HEALTH STATUS AND NATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY IN NIGERIA (1999–2017)
  59. A STRUCTURAL MODEL OF TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE
  60. SOCIAL SERVICES PROVISION AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA
  61. E-HEALTH IN BANGLADESH: CURRENT STATUS, CHALLENGES, AND FUTURE DIRECTION
  62. E-HEALTH IN INDIA TODAY, THE NATURE OF WORK, THE CHALLENGES AND THE FINANCES: AN INTERVIEW-BASED STUDY
  63. E-HEALTHCARE/TELEMEDICINE READINESS ASSESSMENT OF SOME SELECTED STATES IN WESTERN NIGERIA
  64. THE IMPACT OF THE USE OF HEALTH INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN MANITOBA, CANADA.
  65. ASSESSMENT E-HEALTH READINESS FOR RURAL SOUTH AFRICAN AREAS
  66. EXTERNAL FACTORS IN HOSPITAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (HIS) ADOPTION MODEL: A CASE ON MALAYSIA
  67. ADOPTING ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS IN PRIMARY CARE: LESSONS LEARNED FROM HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTATION EXPERIENCE IN SEVEN COUNTRIES
  68. THE ROLE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT IN BRAZIL
  69. MEDICAL RECORDS SYSTEM ADOPTION IN EUROPEAN HOSPITALS
  70. E-HEALTH: EXTENDING, ENHANCING, AND EVOLVING HEALTH CARE
  71. MODELING THE ACCEPTANCE OF CLINICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS AMONG HOSPITAL MEDICAL STAFF
  72. DETERMINANTS OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
  73. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF PATIENT ACCEPTANCE OF CONSUMER HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  74. INFRASTRUCTURAL BARRIERS TO E-HEALTH IMPLEMENTATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
  75. CORRELATES OF ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD ADOPTION IN OFFICE PRACTICES: A STATEWIDE SURVEY
  76. A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF USER INSIGHTS FOR E-HEALTH DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES IN TURKEY, KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA, EGYPT AND UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
  77. EVALUATING THE IMPACT OF ICT-TOOLS ON HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN SUB-SAHARAN HOSPITALS
  78. PREVENTION OF BURNOUT FOR POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL STUDENTS OF NIGERIA
  79. KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE OF SICKLE CELL CRISES PREVENTION AMONG DIAGNOSED PATIENTS
  80. ESTIMATE OF VITAMIN A AND C IN THE BARK (EPICARP) AND FIBROUS (MESOCARO) PART OF MANGO FRUIT (MANGIFERA INDICA)
  81. ASSESSMENT OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE AMONG STUDENTS OF COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY IJERO EKITI
  82. ASSESSMENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHOOL HEALTH PROGRAMME BY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN JERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA
  83. INJECTION SAFETY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS TO THE COMMUNITY
  84. PRESCRIPTION PATTERN OF PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS IN TWO TERTIARY HEALTH FACILITIES IN ANAMBRA STATE, SOUTH – EASTERN NIGERIA
  85. INCIDENCE OF ANEMIA IN PREGNANCY
  86. NUTRIENT ADEQUACIES, BMI AND MENSTRUAL PATTERN IN ADOLESCENCE
  87. LOCAL CONSTRUCTION OF BATTERY POWERED DUAL FACE RADIOGRAPHIC VIEWING BOX WITH ROTATABLE NECK AND ADJUSTABLE STAND
  88. ASSESSMENT OF AWARENESS OF RADIATION HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH AIR TRAVEL AMONG AIR TRAVEL USERS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
  89. ASSESSMENT OF RADIOTHERAPY CENTRE AVAILABILITY IN NIGERIA AND UTILIZATION REVIEW IN SELECTED TERTIARY HOSPITALS IN SOUTH-EAST AND SOUTH-WEST GEOPOLITICAL ZONES
  90. A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF BRAIN TUMOR USING NATIONAL HOSPITAL, ABUJA AS CASE STUDY
  91. AN ASSESSMENT OF MEDICAL RADIOGRAPHY AWARENESS AMONG SCIENCE SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY OF KOGI STATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS
  92. ASSESSMENT OF PAEDIATRIC X-RAY EXAMINATION PRACTICES IN TWO TERTIARY HEALTH INSTITUTIONS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
  93. ASSESSMENT OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY REFERRALS (A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL ITUKU-OZALLA, ENUGU)
  94. ASSESSMENT OF DIFFERENT METHODS OF STERILIZATION OF HSG EQUIPMENT IN RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENTS IN ENUGU URBAN
  95. WOMEN’S PERCEPTION OF TRANSVAGINAL SONOGRAPHY: A STUDY AT IMAGE DIAGNOSTICS, PORT HARCOURT
  96. CAUSES OF POOR SANITARY CONDITIONS IN SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS
  97. THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION ON THE LIVES OF PEOPLE IN UGHELLI NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF DELTA STATE
  98. CAUSES, EFFECTS AND CONTROL OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS (A CASE STUDY OF OREDO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE)
  99. CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF MALNUTRITION IN CHILDREN IN OVIA NORTH EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE
  100. THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF DIARRHEA AMONG CHILDREN IN BENIN CITY
  101. THE CAUSES AND EFFECT OF CHOLERA DURING RAINY SEASON IN BENIN CITY
  102. BREAST-FEEDING AND WORKING MOTHERS (A CASE STUDY OF COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EKIADOLOR-BENIN)
  103. BASIC PERSONAL HYGIENE KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN IN EGOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE
  104. THE ATTITUDE OF FEMALE ADOLESCENT TOWARDS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EDUCATION IN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, EKIADOLOR-BENIN
  105. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION PROGRAMME IN EDO STATE (A CASE STUDY OF OREDO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE)
  106. ASSESSMENT OF POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH STUDENTS IN COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY CROSS RIVER STATE)
  107. FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR POOR HEALTH HABITS AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOLS STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOL IN OREDO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE)
  108. DETERMINATION OF PH VALUE OF PURE WATER SACHET AND BORE HOLE WATER
  109. THE ATTITUDE TO INFERTILITY BY COUPLES AND ITS EFFECT ON MARRIAGE STABILITY
  110. ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF GONGRONEMA ON SOME SELECTED PATHOGENIC BACTERIA E.G BACTERIA FROM BREWERY YEAST
  111. TRACE ELEMENTS CONTENT OF NEEM LEAVES (AZADIRACHTA INDICA)
  112. COOPERATIVE ANALYSIS OF MICROBIAL LOAD OF RIVERS IN OHAJI EGBEMA LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  113. EFFECTS OF YOYO BITTERS AND SWEDISH BITTERS ON THE ARYLESTERASE ACTIVITY IN VERY LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN OF MALE ALBINO RATS
  114. CARDIO PROTECTIVE ACTIVITIES OF N-HEXANE EXTRACT OF DESMODIUM VELUTINUM STEM ON ALBINO WISTER RAT
  115. DETERMINATION OF ACTIVE SWEET COMPONENTS OF COMMON ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS THAT ARE USED AS REPLACEMENT FOR SUGAR
  116. EFFECTS OF PROCESSING METHODS ON THE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF SWEET POTATO AND SORGHUM
  117. ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS ON PTEROCARPUS MILDBREADII (OHA) SEED
  118. PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS AND THE ANTI- INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITIES OF DICHLOROMETHANE FRACTION OF METHANOL EXTRACT OF CRATEVA ADANSONII
  119. PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS AND THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITIES OF METHANOL EXTRACT OF CRATEVA ADANSONII
  120. PHYTOCHEMICAL AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES OF METHANOL EXTRACT OF CRATEVA ADANSONII STEM BARK
  121. THE EFFECT OF N-HEXANE EXTRACT OF KOLA NITIDA BARK ON LIVER FUNCTION TEST OF ALBINO WISTAR RATS FED WITH HIGH FAT FROM COW‘S BRAIN
  122. THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF CRATEVA ADANSONII DICHLOROMETHANE
  123. THE EFFECT OF ETHANOL EXTRACT OF DESMODIUM VELUTINUM STEM ON SOME MARKER EMZYME IN LIVER OF ALBINO WISTAR RATS
  124. THE EFFECT OF PTEROCARPUS MILDBREADII SEED ON PLASMA HDL CHOLESTEROL OF ALBINO RAT
  125. THE EFFECT OF WATER EXTRACT OF COLA NITIDA POD ON LIPOPROTEIN CONCENTRATIONS OF ALBINO WISTAR RATS
  126. THE OXIDATIVE STRESS STATUS OF RATS FED ON OIL BEAN SEED MEAL
  127. MEDICAL APPLICATION OF X-RAY IN OUR SOCIETY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE IN TREATMENT OF CANCER
  128. THE STUDY OF EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING AMONG NURSING MOTHERS (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED NURSING MOTHERS IN ENUGU STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION TECHNICAL)
  129. HALITOSIS AMONG STUDENT IN SHEHU IDRIS COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, MAKARFI, KADUNA STATE
  130. STRATEGIES PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF REFUSE MANAGEMENT A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS
  131. DISCUSS THE CAUSE AND THE EFFECT OF A MAN MADE INDUCED CHEMICAL POLLUTION PROFFER THE ENVIRONMENTAL MEASURES TO CONTROL THE PROBLEM
  132. INFLUENCE OF POVERTY AND EDUCATION ON TEENAGE PREGNANCY
  133. THE EFFECT OF DUMPING HUMAN WASTE IN THE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY AND HOW TO SOLVE THEM
  134. THE IMPACT OF HEALTH CARE FINANCING ON NIGERIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH
  135. ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF UNDERGRADUATE RADIOGRAPHY STUDENTS TOWARDS ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA ENUGU CAMPUS
  136. AWARENESS/PRACTICE OF ETHICAL CODE OF PATIENT RIGHTS AMONG PRACTICING RADIOGRAPHERS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
  137. CAUSES OF REPEATS IN PAEDIATRIC RADIOGRAPHY IN THREE TERTIARY HOSPITALS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
  138. CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH SPINAL TRAUMA CASES IN RADIOGRAPHY (A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL (UNTH), NATIONAL OTHORPEDIC HOSPITAL ENUGU (NOHE) AND ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL (ESUTH))
  139. COMPARISON OF THE EFFICACY OF BOWEL PREPARATION REGIMENS FOR INTRAVENOUS UROGRAPHY IN FEDERAL TEACHING HOSPITAL, ABAKALIKI AND IMO STATE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL, ORLU
  140. ANALYSIS OF THE COMMON ULTRASOUND FINDINGS IN PATIENTS WITH PELVIC PAIN
  141. ASSESSMENT OF THE AWARENESS OF SCREENING MAMMOGRAPHY AMONG WOMEN OF CHILD BEARING AGE (A CASE STUDY OF FEMALE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN GOVERNMENT OWNED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ISIALA NGWA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ABIA STATE, NIGERIA)
  142. ASSESSMENT OF THE KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF RADIOGRAPHERS TOWARDS THE ADOPTION OF ‘RED DOT’ SYSTEM PRACTICE IN ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY RADIOLOGICAL CASES (A CASE STUDY OF THE THREE TERTIARY HOSPITALS IN ENUGU)
  143. ASSESSMENT OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF UTILIZATION OF BRAIN CT BY PHYSICIANS IN MANAGEMENT OF SICKLE CELL DISEASE (SCD) COMPLICATION: A CASE STUDY OF UNTH
  144. EVALUATION OF CHALLENGES ENCOUNTERED BY NEWLY QUALIFIED RADIOGRAPHERS IN THEIR EARLY CLINICAL PRACTICE
  145. EVALUATION OF DIAGNOSTIC VALUES OF DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DENTAL PATHOLOGIES IN FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTRE ASABA
  146. EVALUATION OF THE ATTITUDE OF RADIOGRAPHERS TOWARDS GERIATRIC PATIENTS IN THREE TERTIARY HOSPITALS IN ENUGU STATE
  147. ASSESSMENT OF THE LEVEL OF PRACTICE OF PERSONNEL RADIATION MONITORING IN DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY CENTRES IN LAGOS STATE
  148. PATIENTS PERCEPTION OF CARE DURING HYSTEROSALPINGOGRAPHY; A CASE STUDY OF UNTH AND HANSA CLINIC
  149. A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENINGS IN MEDICAID RADIOLOGY WUSE II, ABUJA
  150. A SURVEY OF PATIENTS’ SATISFACTION WITH RADIOLOGICAL SERVICES IN ENUGU METROPOLIS, EASTERN NIGERIA
  151. AN ASSESSMENT OF PATIENTS’ CO-OPERATION TOWARDS PRESENCE OF STUDENTS DURING RADIOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS
  152. AN EVALUATION OF THE STATUS OF LIGHT BEAM DIAPHRAGM IN SOME GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENTS IN ENUGU STATE
  153. ASSESSMENT OF ATTITUDE AND BARRIER TO POST GRADUATE EDUCATION AMONG RADIOGRAPHERS IN SOUTH EASTERN NIGERIA
  154. ASSESSMENT OF AWARENESS AND ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS TOWARDS RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH MEDICAL X-RAY PROCEDURES (A CASE STUDY AMONG NON-MEDICAL STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA ENUGU CAMPUS)
  155. ASSESSMENT OF AWARENESS OF RADIATION EMISSION FROM MICROWAVE OVEN AMONG THE USERS OF MICROWAVE OVEN IN ENUGU URBAN
  156. ASSESSMENT OF CAREER FULFILLMENT AMONG PRACTICING RADIOGRAPHERS IN SOUTH EAST NIGERIA
  157. ASSESSMENT OF EFFECTIVENESS OF RADIOGRAPHER-PATIENT COMMUNICATION (A CASE STUDY OF UNTH, NOHE AND PARKLANE)
  158. ASSESSMENT OF PATIENTS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS THE USE OF RADIOLOGY CHANGING ROOM AND CHANGING FACILITIES
  159. ASSESSMENT OF RADIATION PROTECTION PRACTICES AMONG INDUSTRIAL RADIOGRAPHY PERSONNEL – A CASE STUDY OF SAIPEM CONTRACTING NIGERIA LIMITED
  160. ASSESSMENT OF THE ATTITUDE AND PERCEPTION OF RADIOGRAPHY STUDENTS TOWARDS THEIR CLINICAL PLACEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS AND NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
  161. ASSESSMENT OF THE KNOWLEDGE AND UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) AMONG RADIOGRAPHY STUDENTS IN SOUTH EAST NIGERIA
  162. ASSESSMENT OF THE LEVEL OF HYGIENE PRACTICE IN ULTRASOUND LABORATORIES IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
  163. ASSESSMENT OF PATIENT ATTITUDE TO THE INVOLVEMENT OF STUDENTS IN RADIOGRAPHIC EXAMINATIONS IN HOSPITALS IN ENUGU METROPOLIS
  164. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY OF PLAIN FILM AND ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN NONTRAUMATIC ACUTE ABDOMEN, USING FEDERAL TEACHING HOSPITAL (FETHA), ABAKALIKI AS CASE STUDY