Bola Lukman Solanke
Bola Lukman Solanke
Professor, Demography and Social Statistics, Obafemi Awolowo University
E-mail megerősítve itt: oauife.edu.ng
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Factors influencing contraceptive use and non-use among women of advanced reproductive age in Nigeria
BL Solanke
Journal of Health, Population and nutrition 36, 1-14, 2017
Parental characteristics and adolescent sexual behaviour in Bida local government area of Niger State, Nigeria
CO Odimegwu, LB Solanke, A Adedokun
African Journal of Reproductive Health, 95-106, 2002
Maternal and community factors associated with unmet contraceptive need among childbearing women in Northern Nigeria
BL Solanke, FF Oyinlola, OJ Oyeleye, BB Ilesanmi
Contraception and reproductive medicine 4, 1-12, 2019
Marriage age, fertility behavior, and women’s empowerment in Nigeria
BL Solanke
Sage Open 5 (4), 2158244015617989, 2015
Does exposure to interparental violence increase women’s risk of intimate partner violence? Evidence from Nigeria demographic and health survey
BL Solanke
BMC international health and human rights 18, 1-13, 2018
Religion as a social determinant of maternal health care service utilisation in Nigeria
BL Solanke, OA Oladosu, A Akinlo, SO Olanisebe
African Population Studies 29 (2), 2015
Multilevel analysis of factors associated with assistance during delivery in rural Nigeria: implications for reducing rural-urban inequity in skilled care at delivery
BL Solanke, SA Rahman
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 18, 1-15, 2018
Trends, determinants and health risks of adolescent fatherhood in sub-Saharan Africa
EO Amoo, A Igbinoba, D Imhonopi, OO Banjo, CK Ajaero, JO Akinyemi, ...
Ethiopian journal of health sciences 28 (4), 2018
Maternal employment and child survival during the era of sustainable development goals: Insights from proportional hazards modelling of Nigeria birth history data
JO Akinyemi, BL Solanke, CO Odimegwu
Annals of global health 84 (1), 15, 2018
Maternal grand multiparity and intention to use modern contraceptives in Nigeria
BL Solanke, OO Banjo, BO Oyinloye, SS Asa
BMC Public Health 18, 1-15, 2018
Is the likelihood of spousal violence lower or higher among childless women? Evidence from Nigeria demographic and health surveys
BL Solanke, AL Bisiriyu, A Oyedokun
BMC women's health 18, 1-12, 2018
Spousal violence and pregnancy termination among married women in Nigeria
SL Bola
African health sciences 16 (2), 429-440, 2016
Association between intimate partner violence and utilisation of maternal health services in Nigeria
BL Solanke
African Population Studies, 933-945, 2014
Improving postnatal checkups for mothers in West Africa: A multilevel analysis
BL Solanke, EO Amoo, AE Idowu
Women & health 58 (2), 221-245, 2018
Factors associated with use of maternal healthcare services during the Boko Haram insurgency in North-East Nigeria
BL Solanke
Medicine, Conflict and Survival 34 (3), 158-184, 2018
Socio-demographic factors associated with delayed childbearing in Nigeria
BL Solanke, OR Salau, OE Popoola, MO Adebiyi, OO Ajao
BMC Research Notes 12, 1-8, 2019
Maternal socio-demographic factors associated with low parity and grand multiparity in Nigeria
BL Solanke
Women & Health 59 (7), 730-747, 2019
Socio-demographic factors associated with unmet need for family planning among women who experienced pregnancy termination in Nigeria
African Journal for the Psychological Studies of Social Issues 19 (3), 112-125, 2016
Do Community Characteristics Influence Unintended Pregnancies in Kenya?
BL Solanke, JA Kupoluyi, JO Akinyemi, OO Banjo
Malawi Medical Journal 31 (1), 56-64, 2019
Individual and community factors associated with indications of caesarean delivery in southern Nigeria: pooled analyses of 2003–2013 Nigeria demographic and health surveys
BL Solanke
Health care for women international 39 (6), 697-716, 2018
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