Dorothy Ononokpono
Dorothy Ononokpono
E-mail megerősítve itt: uniuyo.edu.ng - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Determinants of maternal health care utilization in Nigeria: a multilevel approach
DN Ononokpono, CO Odimegwu
The Pan African Medical Journal 17 (Suppl 1), 2014
Regional variations in infant and child mortality in Nigeria: a multilevel analysis
SA Adedini, C Odimegwu, ENS Imasiku, DN Ononokpono, L Ibisomi
Journal of biosocial science 47 (2), 165-187, 2015
HIV/AIDS stigma and utilization of voluntary counselling and testing in Nigeria
C Odimegwu, SA Adedini, DN Ononokpono
BMC Public Health 13, 1-14, 2013
Contextual determinants of maternal health care service utilization in Nigeria
DN Ononokpono, CO Odimegwu, E Imasiku, S Adedini
Women & health 53 (7), 647-668, 2013
Ethnic differentials in under-five mortality in Nigeria
SA Adedini, C Odimegwu, ENS Imasiku, DN Ononokpono
Ethnicity & health 20 (2), 145-162, 2015
Intimate partner violence and the utilization of maternal health care services in Nigeria
DN Ononokpono, EC Azfredrick
Health care for women international 35 (7-9), 973-989, 2014
Does it really matter where women live? A multilevel analysis of the determinants of postnatal care in Nigeria
DN Ononokpono, CO Odimegwu, ENS Imasiku, SA Adedini
Maternal and child health journal 18, 950-959, 2014
Fertility preferences among couples in Nigeria: a cross sectional study
EK Odusina, T Ayotunde, M Kunnuji, DN Ononokpono, G Bishwajit, ...
Reproductive Health 17, 1-9, 2020
Unmet need for family planning: implication for under-five mortality in Nigeria
SA Adedini, C Odimegwu, EN Imasiku, DN Ononokpono
Journal of health, population, and nutrition 33 (1), 187, 2015
Variations in unmet need for contraception in Zambia: does ethnicity play a role?
ENS Imasiku, CO Odimegwu, SA Adedini, DN Ononokpono
Journal of biosocial science 46 (3), 294-315, 2014
Contraceptive use in Nigeria: does social context matter?
DN Ononokpono, CO Odimegwu, NA Usoro
African Journal of Reproductive Health 24 (1), 133-142, 2020
Complicating causality: patient and professional perspectives on obstetric fistula in Nigeria
BS Phillips, DN Ononokpono, NW Udofia
Culture, health & sexuality 18 (9), 996-1009, 2016
Maternal health care in Nigeria: Do community factors moderate the effects of individual-level Education and Ethnic origin?
DN Ononokpono
African Population Studies 29 (1), 1554-1569, 2015
Ethnic diversity and maternal health care in Nigeria
DN Ononokpono, CO Odimegwu, SA Adedini, ENS Imasiku
Women's Reproductive Health 3 (1), 45-59, 2016
Regional inequalities in under-five mortality in Nigeria: a multilevel analysis
SA Adedini, CO Odimegwu, D Ononokpono, L Ibisomi, BC Elwange, ...
Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, held in San …, 2012
Risk assessment for COVID-19 transmission at household level in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from DHS
OA Makinde, JO Akinyemi, LF Ntoimo, CK Ajaero, D Ononokpono, ...
Genus 77, 1-20, 2021
Regional variations in the use of postnatal care in Nigeria: a spatial analysis
DN Ononokpono, E Gayawan, SA Adedini
Women & Health 60 (4), 440-455, 2020
Modelling determinants of geographical patterns in the marital statuses of women in Nigeria
DN Ononokpono, OG Adebola, E Gayawan, AF Fagbamigbe
Spatial Demography 10 (2), 283-310, 2022
Couple characteristics and fertility decision-making in Imo State, Nigeria: evidence from historical data
C Odimegwu, SA Adedini, DN Ononokpono, ENS Imasiku
Southern African Journal of Demography 15 (1), 101-132, 2014
Determinants of maternal health-seeking behaviour in Nigeria: A multilevel approach
DN Ononokpono
University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Humanities, Deomography and …, 2013
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