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With the increase of awareness of mother to child transmission and ways to prevent
the transmission, voluntary counselling and testing has been found to be a useful
tool, and this work was therefore designed to study the factors that influence the
uptake of VCT among pregnant women in Ahmadu Bello University Teaching
A cross-sectional study was conducted using the eligibility criteria in selecting the
221 ANC attendees and the total numbers of health workers in the ANC involved
with PMTCT (10) were taken as sample in the study. Information was obtained
through the use of interviewer- administered questionnaires.
The findings are as follows; a total of 221 ANC attendees were studied.94.6% was
aware of HIV/AIDS, 82.4% had knowledge of mother to child transmission and
81.4% had knowledge about PMTCT. In response to whether they were afraid of
HIV/AIDS, 89.1% said they were afraid of the disease because it was incurable.
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SIMILAR PUBLIC HEALTH FINAL YEAR PROJECT RESEARCH TOPICS
1. INFORMATION, MOTIVATION AND BEHAVIOURAL SKILLS AS PREDICTORS OF UTILIZATION OF UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS AMONG NURSES IN SAGAMU, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA» ABSTRACT Health care providers are at major high risk for contracting blood borne infections during the discharge of their duties. Universal precautio...Continue Reading »
2. DETERMINANTS OF UTILIZATION OF FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES AMONG WOMEN OF CHILD-BEARING AGE IN RURAL AREAS OF KANO STATE, NORTHERN NIGERIA» SUMMARY Family planning is an important preventive measure against maternal and child morbidity and mortality. It is an essential component of primary...Continue Reading »
3. DETERMINANTS OF ADHERENCE TO STANDARD PRECAUTIONS FOR THE PREVENTION OF BLOODBORNE INFECTIONS AMONG MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENTISTS IN LAGOS STATE, NIGE...» ABSTRACT Standard precautions are guidelines recommended by the Centre for Disease Control for reducing the risk of transmission of blood borne pathog...Continue Reading »
» Abstract The main purpose of this work is improving the dietary intake of diabetic patients in Ikwo local government area of Ebonyi State. To achieve ...Continue Reading »
5. AWARENESS AND PERCEPTION OF ILISHAN REMO COMMUNITY MEMBERS ON CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA» ABSTRACT Chronic kidney disease is a predominant and possibly rising disease across sub Saharan Africa with threats that comprises both communicable a...Continue Reading »
6. SPUTUM SMEAR CONVERSION IN PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS: AN INTENSIVE PHASE MONITORING OF SPUTUM SMEAR POSITIVE PATIENTS IN ZARIA, NIGERIA» SUMMARY Tuberculosis (TB) is a high burden global problem. Nigeria ranks fifth among the 22 high burden TB countries globally and first in Africa. Dir...Continue Reading »
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Access to safe drinking water and improved sanitation is essential for healthy life and can signi...Continue Reading »
» . It is the second leading cause of death in women worldwide as well as in Bangladesh. Recent global cancer statistics shows that global incidence is ...Continue Reading »
9. CONSEQUENCESOFDISCLOSUREAMONGADULT PEOPLELIVING WITHHIVREGISTEREDATGENERALHOSPITALIKOTEKPENE, AKWAIBOMSTATE,NIGERIA» SUMMARY HIV/AIDS is a disease of public health concern with 36.7 million people living with the disease worldwide. Sub Saharan Africa accounts for 70%...Continue Reading »
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND The World Health Organization (WHO) is greatly concerned with the provision of quality health care for everyon...Continue Reading »