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Lorretta Favour Chizomam Ntoimo
Lorretta Favour Chizomam Ntoimo
E-mail megerősítve itt: fuoye.edu.ng
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Predictors of women’s utilization of primary health care for skilled pregnancy care in rural Nigeria
F Okonofua, L Ntoimo, J Ogungbangbe, S Anjorin, W Imongan, S Yaya
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 18, 1-15, 2018
1272018
Health effects of single motherhood on children in sub-Saharan Africa: a cross-sectional study
LFC Ntoimo, CO Odimegwu
BMC public health 14, 1-13, 2014
1102014
Patriarchy and singlehood among women in Lagos, Nigeria
LFC Ntoimo, U Isiugo-Abanihe
Journal of Family Issues 35 (14), 1980-2008, 2014
912014
Prevalence and risk factors for maternal mortality in referral hospitals in Nigeria: a multicenter study
LF Ntoimo, FE Okonofua, RN Ogu, HS Galadanci, M Gana, ON Okike, ...
International journal of women's health, 69-76, 2018
822018
Why rural women do not use primary health centres for pregnancy care: evidence from a qualitative study in Nigeria
LFC Ntoimo, FE Okonofua, B Igboin, C Ekwo, W Imongan, S Yaya
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 19, 1-13, 2019
802019
Effect of COVID-19 pandemic on provision of sexual and reproductive health services in primary health facilities in Nigeria: a cross-sectional study
B Adelekan, E Goldson, Z Abubakar, U Mueller, A Alayande, T Ojogun, ...
Reproductive health 18, 1-12, 2021
732021
Gender inequity as a barrier to women’s access to skilled pregnancy care in rural Nigeria: a qualitative study
S Yaya, F Okonofua, L Ntoimo, O Udenige, G Bishwajit
International health 11 (6), 551-560, 2019
592019
Women at risk: Gender inequality and maternal health
PC Banda, CO Odimegwu, LFC Ntoimo, E Muchiri
Women & health 57 (4), 405-429, 2017
502017
Causes and risk factors for male infertility: a scoping review of published studies
FE Okonofua, LFC Ntoimo, A Omonkhua, O Ayodeji, C Olafusi, ...
International Journal of General Medicine, 5985-5997, 2022
492022
Prevalence and determinants of stillbirth in Nigerian referral hospitals: a multicentre study
FE Okonofua, LFC Ntoimo, R Ogu, H Galadanci, G Mohammed, ...
BMC Pregnancy and childbirth 19, 1-9, 2019
492019
Increasing women’s access to skilled pregnancy care to reduce maternal and perinatal mortality in rural Edo State, Nigeria: a randomized controlled trial
S Yaya, F Okonofua, L Ntoimo, B Kadio, R Deuboue, W Imongan, ...
Global Health Research and Policy 3, 1-10, 2018
442018
A qualitative study of community elders’ perceptions about the underutilization of formal maternal care and maternal death in rural Nigeria
AW Fantaye, F Okonofua, L Ntoimo, S Yaya
Reproductive health 16, 1-17, 2019
392019
Men’s perception of barriers to women’s use and access of skilled pregnancy care in rural Nigeria: a qualitative study
S Yaya, F Okonofua, L Ntoimo, O Udenigwe, G Bishwajit
Reproductive health 16, 1-12, 2019
382019
Perceptions of women on workloads in health facilities and its effect on maternal health care: A multi-site qualitative study in Nigeria
RN Ogu, LFC Ntoimo, FE Okonofua
Midwifery 55, 1-6, 2017
292017
Maternal death review and surveillance: the case of central hospital, Benin City, Nigeria
J Aikpitanyi, V Ohenhen, P Ugbodaga, B Ojemhen, BI Omo-Omorodion, ...
PLoS One 14 (12), e0226075, 2019
262019
Women's perceptions of reasons for maternal deaths: Implications for policies and programs for preventing maternal deaths in low-income countries
FE Okonofua, LFC Ntoimo, RN Ogu
Health care for women International 39 (1), 95-109, 2018
262018
Assessing the knowledge and skills on emergency obstetric care among health providers: Implications for health systems strengthening in Nigeria
F Okonofua, LFC Ntoimo, R Ogu, H Galadanci, M Gana, D Adetoye, E Abe, ...
PLoS One 14 (4), e0213719, 2019
242019
Determinants of Singlehood: a retrospective account by older single women in Lagos, Nigeria
LFC Ntoimo, U Isiugo-Abanihe
African Population Studies 27 (2), 386-397, 2014
242014
Why women utilize traditional rather than skilled birth attendants for maternity care in rural Nigeria: Implications for policies and programs
LFC Ntoimo, FE Okonofua, C Ekwo, TO Solanke, B Igboin, W Imongan, ...
Midwifery 104, 103158, 2022
232022
Perspectives of policymakers and health providers on barriers and facilitators to skilled pregnancy care: findings from a qualitative study in rural Nigeria
O Udenigwe, FE Okonofua, LFC Ntoimo, W Imongan, B Igboin, S Yaya
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 21, 1-14, 2021
232021
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