1. IBADINSH,ADELEYE OA, OKOJIE OH. Birth preparedness and complication readiness among pregnant women in a rural community in southern Nigeria.S Afr J ObstetGynaecol2016;22(2):47-51
  2. ASHIPA T, OFILI AN, ONAKEWHOR JUE, ADEJUMO AO. Health workers’ knowledge of preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care.  March 2017;29 (1):1-10
  3. Adeleye O.A., Okonkwo C.A. (2016). Changes in men’s knowledge & attitudes following health education on their role in preventing maternal deaths: An exploratory survey in a Nigerian community. Social Medicine10: 41-51
  4. Ameh S., Adeleye O.A., Kabiru C.W., Agan T., Duke R., Mkpanam N., Nwoha D. (2016). Predictors of poor pregnancy outcomes among antenatal care attendees in primary health care facilities in Cross River State, Nigeria: a multilevel model. Maternal and Child Health Journal 20: 1662-1672.
  5. Adam VY, Oribhabor IN, Osazuwa EP. (2016) Child Injury and Violence Prevention Amongst Mothers in an Urban Community in a Local Government Area in Benin City, Nigeria. Annals of Medical and Surgical Practice. 1(1): 41-47
  6. Obi AI, Adesoye O, Adelosoye A. Awareness and Knowledge of Female Genital Mutilation among Women in a Sub-Urban Community in Edo State, Nigeria. Annals of Biomedical Sciences. 2016; 15 (1):42-50
  7. Obi AI, Okojie HO. Knowledge of Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness:  Male Perspective in Benin City, Edo State. Annals of Medical and Surgical Practice, 2016; 1(1):23-29
  8. Obi AI, Okojie HO, Keshi R. Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness: Attitude and Level of Preparedness among Pregnant women in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research.2016; 15(6):1-14. doi: 10.9734/BJMMR/2016/25127
  9. Obi AI, Okojie HO. Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness: Knowledge and Practices among pregnant women in Benin City, Edo State. Annals of Biomedical Sciences. 2016: 15(2):9-23.
  10. Obi AI, Okojie HO. Knowledge of Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness and Associated Factors among Health Care Providers in Benin City, Edo State. J Preg Child Health. 2016; 3: 278. doi:10.4172/2376-127X.1000278
  11. Obi AI, Adayonfo EO, Iwueze O, Ekwe J. Cannabis and Tobacco Use among undergraduate Students of  a Private University in Edo State. Ife PsychologiA. 2017: 25(1):19-40.
  12. Esene HA, Obi AI, Okojie PW. Health Infrastructural Challenges to Health Management Information Systems in Edo State. Annals of Biomedical Sciences. 2017: 16(2):216-25.
  13. Esene HA, Obi AI, Okojie PW, Omuemu V, Okojie OH. Health Infrastructural Correlates and Data Quality in Primary Health Care-Health Management Information System in Edo State, Nigeria. Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research. 2017: 23(6): 1-10.
  14. Ogboghodo EO, Omuemu VO. (March, 2016). Prevalence, pattern and determinants of Domestic violence among Ante-natal clinic attendees in a secondary health facility in Benin City, Edo State. Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care.
  15. Omuemu VO, Ogboghodo EO.Ending domestic violence against women: Assessment of knowledge and perceptions of women in Benin City, Edo State. Research Journal of Health ciences. 2016. (RJHS25B092015)
  16. Esohe O. Ogboghodo, Hendrith A. Esene, Hilda O. Okojie. Determinants of uptake of pentavalent vaccine in Benin City, Southern Nigeria. International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health. 2016; 3 (11).
  17. Ogboghodo EO, Ali EN,Okojie OH. Prevalence and determinants of HIV infection among maritime workers in a Nigerian seaport. Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care. 2016; 29 (1)
  18. Ogboghodo EO,Ofili AN, Ogunbor OJ, Ogenyi CC, Okpala C. (2016) Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of voluntary non-remunerated blood donation among medical students of the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Research.
  19. Esohe Olivia Ogboghodo, Vivian Ossaidiom Omuemu, Oisedebame Odijie, Ofure Jennifer Odaman. Cold chain management practices of health care workers in primary health care facilities in Southern Nigeria. Pan African Medical Journal. 2017; 27: 34. doi:10.11604/pamj.2017.27.34.11946
  20. Ogboghodo EO, Omuemu VO, Makio M, Oduagbon ME. Prevalence of work-related injuries among workers of bottling industries in Benin City, Edo State. 2017; 16 (2).
  21. Ize-Iyamu OC, Ukpebor JE, Ize-Iyamu OK, Isara AR,Ukpebor EE. (2016). Comparative Studies of Carbon Monoxide (CO) Exposure in Homes Using Different Cooking Fuels. American Chemical Science Journal. 11(3): 1-13.
  22. Isara AR, Adam VY, Aigbokhaode AQ,Alenoghena IO. (2016). Respiratory symptoms and ventilatory functions among quarry workers in Edo state, Nigeria. The Pan African Medical Journal. 23:212. doi:10.11604/pamj.2016.23.212.7640.
  23. Ofili AN, Isara AR,Okwechime BC, Okwuchi D. (2016). Job satisfaction, psychological and psychosomatic morbidity among of prison workers in a developing country. Annals of Medical and Surgical Practice. 1(1): 30-34.
  24. Alenoghena IO, Isah EC, Isara AR. (2016). Availability and Type of Human Resource for Health in Public Primary Health Care Facilities in Selected Communities Edo State. Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care. 28(2): 16-24
  25. Isara AR, Aigbokhaode AQ. (2016). Respiratory Symptoms and Pulmonary Functions among Masons and Office Workers in Benin City, Nigeria. Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Research.16(1): 143-152.
  26. Isara AR, Aigbokhaode AQ. (2017).Obstructive sleep apnoea risk and excessive day time sleepiness among intercity commercial drivers in Benin City, African Journal of Respiratory Medicine. 12(2): 12-16.
  27. EZE GU, OKOJIE OH. What experts think about intergrating mobile health into routine immunization service delivery in Nigeria.mHealth 2016; 2:1,
  28. ADUH U, ENEMUWE M, OKOJIE OH. Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems in Small and Medium Enterprises in Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria. South American Journal of Public Health, May 2016.
  29. IBADINSH, ADELEYE OA, OKOJIE OH. Birth preparedness and complication readiness among pregnant women in a rural community in southern Nigeria.S Afr J Obstet Gynaecol 2016;22(2):47-51.
  30. IWEMJIWE CN, OKOJIE OH. Prevalence, factors and consequences of dating violence in a tertiary institution in Southern Nigeria. Int. J. of Comm Med and Public Health;2016 Sept(9): 2504-2508.
  31. Eze, G. I., A. R. I. Ehimigbai, N. S. Ezugwu, & U. Okafor(2017) Morphological changes by Instant Noodles Food on Kidney of Adult New Zealand Rabbits, IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Science 16, issues 1 ver II, PP93-97


  1. HaddyT, Jainaba2. S, Omar M3., Okafor4 F. U. & Agwubike5  E. O. (2016) Barriers to cervical cancer screening among student Nurses in University of Benin, Nigeria. Journal of Education in Developing Area. 24(2), 337-345.


  1. Okafor, F. U. & A. O. Ukpong (2016): Nutrition Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Health Care System in Nigeria: Nursing Educational perspective. Nigerian Journalof Educational Management, 1(2) pp 76-89


  1. Okafor, F. U. &E. Agherese (2016) Blood pressure screening among registered commercial vehicle Drivers in University of Benin. Nigerian Journal of Health Promotion, 9(1) pp28-34.


  1. Agherese, E & U. Okafor(2016) Ebola as an emerging and re-emerging disease in Africa: its conceptual framework and missing link. Nigerian Journal of Health Promotion, 9(1) pp 62-66.


  1. Okafor F. U. & L. O. Chimodo (2016) Nurses’ knowledge, Attitude and Utilization of Nursing process in Tertiary Health Institution in Benin City. Journal of Human Kineticsand Sports science (JOHKASS) 1(1), pp 34-48.


  1. Haddy Tunkara-Bah, Prof E. O. Agwubike, Janianaba Sey-Sawo, Omar ManJang, Fidelis Uchendi Okaforand Opeyemi Ojo (2016) Knowledge and practice of cervical Cancer Screening among female Student Nurse in the University of Benin. Journal of Human Kinetics and Sports Sciences (JOHKASS) 1(1), PP 57-70.


  1. Janianaba Sey-Sawo, Prof E. O. Agwubike, FidelisUchendi Okafor, Haddy Tunkara-Bah, Omar ManJang, (2016) Student Nurses and Health Educators’ Access and Utilization of Reproductive Health information and services in University of Benin. Journal of Human Kinetics and Sports Sciences (JOHKASS) 1(1), pp 108-119.


  1. Okafor, F. U. (2016). Correlates of visual acuity and environment among Universal Basic Education in Edo State. Journal of Education in Developing Area. 24(1) 151-158.
  2. Okafor F. U.& Agharese E. A. (2016) Association of visual acuities and immunization among pupils of Universal Basic Education in Edo State, Nigeria. Benue State University Journal of Education (BSUJE) vol.16(1), pp 89-97.
  3. Ogunyewo, O. A., Afemikhe, J. A., Olanlesi-Aliu., Ibitoye, O. F. & Ishola, A. G. (2016). Nurses Attitude towards Evidenced based Nursing in Northern Nigeria. West AfricanJournal of Nursing, 27(2), 43-49.


  1. Ogunyewo, O. A., Ibitoye, O. F., Ishola, A. G., Olanlesi-Aliu, A. & Afemikhe, J. A.(2016). Caregiving burden and adjustment of family members of terminally ill person admitted in a University Teaching Hospital. Kenyan Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 1(2) 58-64.


  1. Afemikhe, J. A., Ogunyewo, O. A., Adeyemo, F. O. (2017). Health Behaviour of Nurses in Benin City. Journalof Research in Education and Development, 7 (Accepted)
  2. Omorogbe, C. E. and Micah, D. J. (2017). Patient satisfaction with Health Service in a Bureaucratic Bound Organization. Adekunle Ajasin Journal of the Faculty ofSocial and Management Science, Vol. 9 No 1 58-67.
  3. Omorogbe, C. E.and Ebhuoma, M. E. (2017). Perception of Sex Education among Adolescents in University Demonstration Secondary School in Nigeria. University of Benin International Journal of Gender studies and Research. Vol 4 (1) & (2) 166-173.
  4. Omorogbe, C. E. (2017). Social Economic factor influencing patient satisfaction with Health Care at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), Benin City. European-American International Journal of Nursing, Midwife and Health Related Case (IJNMH). European Center for Research Training and Development. No. 4:1-17.
  5. Omorogbe, C. E.and Igirobo, N. E. (2017). Awareness of cause and risk factor of HIV/AIDS among Secondary School Student in Edo State, Nigeria. University of Benin International Journal of Gender Studies and Research.
  6. Amiegheme, F. E., Adeyemo, A., Okoise, J., Omorogbe, C.E., (2016). Psychology of Female Students of a Tertiary Institution in Edo State, Nigeria toward population test perception of females. International Journal of Med. Sci. and Public Health. Manuscript no IJMPH 2017/05/126.
  7. Arodoye, N. L. and Adeboye, A. C. (2016) ‘Tax Structure, Government Spending and Productivity Growth in Nigeria’, West African Financial and Economic Review, 15(2), 81-102.
  8. Ighodaro, C.A. (2017). “Monetary Policy and the Agricultural Sector in Nigeria”. Yobe Journal of Economics (YOJE) 4, No. 1, March. Pp. 87 – 92 (Yobe State University, Damaturu, Nigeria)
  9. Ighodaro, C.A. (2016). “Causality between Agricultural and Industrial Sectors in Nigeria” The Nigerian Journal of Economic and Management Studies. Vol.6, No.1. Pp.1 – 23 (Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma)
  10. Ighodaro, C.A. (2016). “Inter-Sectoral Linkages and Changes in Sectoral Output in Nigeria: Empirical Evidences from some Selected Sectors”. The Nigerian Economic & Financial Review. 9, No.1, June. Pp. 79 – 94 (University of Benin, Benin City: LOCAL)
  11. Ighodaro, C.A. (2016). “Determinants of Economic Growth in Nigeria”. University of Nigeria Journal of Political Economy. Vol. 9, No. 1. Pp. 142 – 157 (University of Nigeria, Nsukka)
  12. Ighodaro, C.A. (2016). “Strategies for Managing the Emerging Foreign Exchange Market” Management Sciences Review (MSR). 7, Nos. 1 & 2. Pp. 251 – 281 (University of Benin, Benin City)
  13. Iyoha, M., Ighodaro, C.A. and B. Oligbi (2016). “Nigeria’s External Debt Overhang: An Econometric Investigation” West African Economic and Financial Review (WAFER).15, No 2, December. Pp. 153 – 180 (West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management, WAIFEM)
  14. Ighodaro, C. (2016). “The Current State of the Nigerian Economy: Implications for the Masses”. Christian Family Matters – A News Letter of the Men’s Fellowship of the Dioces of Benin,Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) 2016 Holy Convocation Edition. Pp. 24 – 36.
  15. Oyefusi A. (2017). A Comparative Assessment of Socio Economic and Human Development in Nigeria and the Niger Delta in Comparison with other Oil-Producing Countries; Forthcoming Review of African Political Economy.
  16. Oyefusi, A. & N. Arodoye (2016), “Identifying Nigeria’s Natural Rate of Unemployment: Preliminary Evidence from the Augmented Phillips Relation”, Forthcoming in University ofBenin Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities.
  17. Oyefusi A. & D. E. Oriakhi (2016) “Regime-Type, Public Expenditure and the Model of the State: The Nigerian Case”, Forthcoming in ASUU Journal of Social Sciences.
  18. Oyefusi A. (2016), “The Mining Sector, Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Nigeria”, Quarterly Journal of Contemporary Research, 3 (2), Pp. 31-40.
  19. Osemwegie Q. E., M. A. Anyiwe & J. O. Odewale (2016). Econometric Analysis of the Economic Cost of Lethal Yellowing Disease (LYD) on Coconut (Cocos Nucifera L.) Yield in LYD Epidemic Area of Nigeria: A Case Study of Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR), American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, Volume 11 [Issue 5]. SCIENCEDOMAIN International    FOREIGN
  20. Danyo G., M. A. Anyiwe & Q. E. Osemwegie (2017). Econometric Modeling of the Epidemic Cost of Cape Saint Paul Wilt Disease on Coconut Cultivation in Ghana: A Case Study of MYD X VTT Hybrid Coconuts; World Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 5, No. 1, Science and Education Publishing DOI:10.12691/Wjar-5-1-3; Pp9-20;
  21. Sede I. Peter and Ikponmwosa N. (2016) Government Health Expenditure and Life Expectancy. Journal of Management Science. University of Port-Harcourt.  Port-Harcourt Nigeria. Vol 2, No 2
  22. Sede I. Peter (2016) Malaria and Economic Growth in Nigeria: An Econometric Assessment. Lafia Journal of Economics and Management Science Vol 1 No 1. Department of Economics Federal University Lafia, Nigeria.
  23. Sede I. Peter and Olabisi Julius (2016) Disease Burden and Labour Productivity in Nigeria: A case of Malaria. Journal of Economics and Development Studies. Depatment of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, Kaduna State Universty, Kaduna Calabar  Vol. 4 No. 1
  24. Sede I. Peter and Presley Kehinde Osemwengie (2016) Investment in the Nigeria Stock Market and Stock Returns Volatility: An Empirical Assessment. ASSU Journal of Social Sciences. Tertiary Education Trust Fund Nigeria. Vol 3, No 1
  25. Sede Igbaudumhe Peter and Ahuru Rolle Remi (2016) HIV/AIDS and Agricultural Output In Selected Sub-Saharan African Countries: Panel Estimation. Multii-discplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives.  Vol. 5 No1.University of Calabar. Calabar Nigeria
  26. Sede I. Peter and Osaserri Godfery (2016).The quantity-theory of money and the Nigerian economy: An Empirical Verification. Dutse Journal of Economics and Development Studies (DUJEDS) Department of Economics and Development Studies federal University DUTSE. Vol2(2).
  27. Sede .I. Peter and Okoh Esther (2016) Health and secondary school enrolment in Nigeria: Evidence from vector error convention model. Journal of economics and development studies (DUJEDS). Department of Economics and Development Studies Federal University of DUTSE. Vol 2(1).
  28. Sede I. Peter (2016) An Econometrics Modelling of Health, Nutrition and Economic Growth in Nigeria (1981 – 2014) Dutse Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (DUJOHSS) Federal University of Dutse.
  29. Sede I. Peter (2016). Family Planning and Maternal Mortality Rate in Nigeria. Evidence from Time Series Econometrics (1980 – 2014). Dutse Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (DUJOHSS). Federal University Dutse.
  30. Sede I. P. and O. G. Omorokunwa (2016) Impact of Fiscal and Monetary Policies on Stock Market Returns in Nigeria: An Econometric Analysis. Jos Journal of Economics. Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Siences University of Jos. Hamtul Press Ltd. Vol 6 No 1. 342-364.
  31. Sede I. P and Osifo Osarunmwense  (2016)  External  Debt and Economic Growth in Nigeria: An Empirical Investigation Jos Journal of Economics. Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Siences University of Jos. Hamtul Press Ltd. Vol 6 No 1.   34-62
  32. Okonofua FE, Yaya S, Owolabi T, Ekholuenate M, Kadio B Unlocking the Benefits of Emergency Obstetric Care in Africa Afr J Reprod Health 2016; 19 (4): 9-14.
  33. Hussein J, Hirose A, Owolabi O, Imamura M, Kanguru L, Okonofua F.  Maternal death and obstetric audits in Nigeria: A systematic review of barriers and enabling factors in the provision of emergency care.  Reproductive Health 2016; 13: 47.
  34. De Kok BC, Imamura M, Kanguru L, Owolabi T, Okonofua FE, Hussein J.  Achieving accountability through maternal death reviews in Nigeria.  A process analysis.  Health Policy and Planning 2016 (Accepted for Publication).
  35. Onubi OJ, Marias D, Aucott L, Okonofua FE, Poobalan AS. Maternal obesity in Africa: A systematic review and meta-analysis.  J Public Health (Oxf). 2016 Sep; 38(3): e218-e230.
  36. Okonofua FE. Reproductive health after the US Elections:  Implications for sub-Saharan Africa.  African Journal of Reproductive Health (Editorial) 2016. 2016, 20: 4, 1-4
  37. Okonofua FE, Ogu Rosemary et al. An intervention to improve the management of obstetric emergencies and prevent maternal and perinatal deaths in Nigeria: A quasi-experimental research design. Proposal approved for funding by the WHO and the FMOH, Nigeria. 2016. H9-TSA-282.
  38. RN Ogu, KN Agholor, FE Okonofua. Engendering the Attainment of the SDG-3 in Africa: Overcoming the Socio Cultural Factors Contributing to Maternal Mortality. Afr J Reprod Health 2016; 20[3]: 62-74.
  39. Okonofua FE.  Y-plasty vaginoplasty needs proof of superior effectiveness. BJOG 2017 Jan; 124(2): 335. Doi: 10.1111/1471-0528.14436,
  40. Friday Okonofua, Kingsley Agholor, Rosemary Ogu, Ola Okike, Adeola Abdus-salam, Mohammed Gana, et al. Qualitative assessment of women’s satisfaction with maternal health care in referral hospitals in Nigeria. BMC Reprod Health. 2017: 14, 44. DOI: 10.1186/s12978-017-0305-6.  REPH-D-16-00234.
  41. Friday Okonofua, Abdullahi Randawa, Rosemary Ogu, Kingsley Agholor, Ola Okike, Adeola Abdus-salam, Galadanci H. Views of Senior Health Personnel about Quality of Emergency Obstetric Care:  A Qualitative Study in Nigeria. PLOS ONE March 27, 2017, 12 (3): e01734. Doi:101371/journal PONE-D-16-41470.
  42. Hirose A, Owolabi O, Imamura M, Okonofua FE, Hussein J.  Systematic review of obstetric care from a women-centred perspective in Nigeria.  Int J Gynaecol Obstet 2017, 136 (1): 13-18.
  43. Okonofua FE, Omonkhua AA.African Journal of Reproductive Health at 20: Time for Reflection. Afr J Reprod 2017, 21 (1): 11-17.
  44. Bregje de Kok, Imamura M, Kanguru L, Owolabi O, Okonofua F, Hussein J.  Achieving accountability through maternal death reviews in Nigeria: A process analysis. Health Policy and Planning 2017 (June 28), 1-9. Doi:
  45. Okonofua FE, Ogu RN, Ntoimo LF.Opinion of women on workloads in Maternity Hospitals and its effect on quality of maternal health care. Midwifery 56, Dec 2017, 1-6.
  46. Chigozie Jesse Uneke, Issiaka Sombie, Henry Uro-Chukwu, Ermel Johnson, Friday Okonofua. Using equitable impact sensitive tool (EQUIST) and knowledge translation to promote evidence to policy link in maternal and child health: a report of the first EQUIST training workshop in Nigeria. Pan African Medical Journal 2017; 28:37. doi:10.11604/pamj.2017.28.37.13289.
  47. Okonofua F,Randawa A, Ogu R, Agholor K, Okike O, Abdus-salam RA, et al. Views of senior health personnel about quality of emergency obstetric care: A qualitative study in Nigeria. PLoS ONE 2017; 12(3): e0173414. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0173414
  48. RN Ogu, Orazulike. Reducing Maternal Mortality: Awareness of Danger Signs in Pregnancy. Asian Journal of Medicine and Health 2017; 6(1): 1-7.
  49. Clement Edet, Mina Whyte, Rosemary Ogu, Grace Obomanu, Agiriye M. Harry. Use of Technology to Manage Health Data in Rivers State, Nigeria: A Qualitative Study on Family Planning and Routine Health Information Systems — MEASURE Evaluation. 2017. Available from:
  50. Ntoimo LFC& Mutanda N (2017) Homogamy and Heterogamy in sub-Saharan Africa: Implications for couple’s fertility behaviour. Development Southern Africa

(in press)

  1. Banda PC, Ntoimo LFC& Olajuwon (2017) Living arrangements and nutritional status of under-five children in sub-Saharan Africa. African Population Studies, Vol 31, No 1 (Supp. 2). Pp 3647-3657
  2. Evans Muchiri, Clifford Odimegwu, Pamela Banda, Lorretta Ntoimo& Sunday Adedini (2017): Ecological correlates of multiple sexual partnerships among adolescents and young adults in urban Cape Town: a cumulative risk factor approach, African Journal of AIDS Research, DOI: 10.2989/16085906.2017.1318762.
  3. Banda P, Odimegwu CO, Ntoimo LFC& Muchiri E. (2017) Women at Risk: Gender inequality and maternal health. Women & Health, Vol 57(4): 405-429 DOI: 10.1080/03630242.2016.1170092
  4. Ntoimo LFC, Odimegwu CO, Dansou J & Ola TM (2016) Consensual Union in West Africa,African Population Studies Vol 30, No. 2 (Supplement) pages 2416-2430.

Articles Accepted for Publication

  • Okonofua F, Hirose A, Ogu R, Ezeanochie M, Agholor K, Owolabi T. Experience of Sexual Violence and Risk behaviours among Female University Students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. JIV-16-533. Article in press.
  • Ntoimo LF, Ogu RN, Okonofua FE. Hearing the Voices of Women on Reasons for Maternal Deaths:  Results of a Qualitative Study in Nigeria. Health Care for Women International. HCW-2016-L-229. Article in Press.
  • Okonofua FE, Imosimi D, Igboin B, Adeyemi O, Ekwo C, Orebanjo A, Imongan Results of Maternal Death Review in Three Hospitals in Lagos State, Nigeria: 2015-2016.   Plos One 2017 – Submitted

Articles Submitted for Publication

  • Okonofua F, Gana M, Ogu R., Abdus-salam A, Galadanci H.,Durodola A, Randawa A,  Ntiomo L. A Study of Time Spent by Clients in Maternal Health Facilities in Nigeria:  A Quality of Care Assessment. Ghana Medical Journal. In Press.
  • Okonofua Friday, Lorretta Ntoimo, Oludamilola Adejumo, Wilson Imongan,  andRosemary Ogu, Effectiveness of Primary Health Care in improving access to maternal, newborn and child health services in sub-Saharan African countries:  A review of the scientific evidence. International Journal of Primary Health Care. Submitted.
  • Ntiomo L, Okonofua F, Gana M, Ogu R., Abdus-salam A, Galadanci H.,Durodola A, Randawa A. Prevalence and risk factors for maternal mortality in Nigerian referral hospitals. Acta Obstet Scand.  (Submitted)
  • Okonofua F,Ntiomo L, Ogu R, Galadanci H, Gana M, Abdus-salam A, Galadanci H.,Durodola A, Randawa A. Prevalence and risk factors for stillbirths in referral hospitals in Nigeria. A multi-centre study.  British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Submitted.