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Sunday A. Adedini
Sunday A. Adedini
Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria/University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
E-mail megerősítve itt: fuoye.edu.ng - Kezdőlap
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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
1882015
Barriers to accessing health care in Nigeria: implications for child survival
SA Adedini, C Odimegwu, O Bamiwuye, O Fadeyibi, ND Wet
Global health action 7 (1), 23499, 2014
1772014
Differential effect of wealth quintile on modern contraceptive use and fertility: evidence from Malawian women
SA Adebowale, SA Adedini, LD Ibisomi, ME Palamuleni
BMC women's health 14, 1-13, 2014
1532014
Role of religious leaders in promoting contraceptive use in Nigeria: evidence from the Nigerian urban reproductive health initiative
SA Adedini, S Babalola, C Ibeawuchi, O Omotoso, A Akiode, M Odeku
Global Health: Science and Practice 6 (3), 500-514, 2018
1292018
Trends, patterns and determinants of long-acting reversible methods of contraception among women in sub-Saharan Africa
SA Adedini, OA Omisakin, OD Somefun
PloS one 14 (6), e0217574, 2019
982019
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
882013
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
862013
Ethnic differentials in under-five mortality in Nigeria
SA Adedini, C Odimegwu, ENS Imasiku, DN Ononokpono
Ethnicity & health 20 (2), 145-162, 2015
822015
Mortality surveillance methods to identify and characterize deaths in child health and mortality prevention surveillance network sites
NT Salzberg, K Sivalogan, Q Bassat, AW Taylor, S Adedini, S El Arifeen, ...
Clinical infectious diseases 69 (Supplement_4), S262-S273, 2019
712019
Ethnicity, religious affiliation and girl-child marriage: a cross-sectional study of nationally representative sample of female adolescents in Nigeria
JW Mobolaji, AO Fatusi, SA Adedini
BMC public health 20, 1-10, 2020
702020
Maternal health in Nigeria: a situation update
CO Izugbara, FM Wekesah, SA Adednini
African Population and Health Research Center, 2016
672016
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
662014
Health and demographic surveillance systems within the child health and mortality prevention surveillance network
SA Cunningham, NI Shaikh, A Nhacolo, PL Raghunathan, K Kotloff, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 69 (Supplement_4), S274-S279, 2019
572019
Contraceptive use and distribution of high-risk births in Nigeria: a sub-national analysis
A Akinyemi, S Adedini, S Hounton, A Akinlo, O Adedeji, O Adonri, ...
Global health action 8 (1), 29745, 2015
512015
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
492015
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
462014
The relation of female circumcision to sexual behavior in Kenya and Nigeria
S Mpofu, C Odimegwu, N De Wet, S Adedini, J Akinyemi
Women & Health 57 (7), 757-774, 2017
422017
Death registration in Nigeria: a systematic literature review of its performance and challenges
OA Makinde, CO Odimegwu, MO Udoh, SA Adedini, JO Akinyemi, ...
Global health action 13 (1), 1811476, 2020
402020
The cost of being a man: social and health consequences of Igbo masculinity
C Odimegwu, S Pallikadavath, S Adedini
Culture, health & sexuality 15 (2), 219-234, 2013
392013
Independent and combined effects of maternal smoking and solid fuel on infant and child mortality in sub‐Saharan Africa
JO Akinyemi, SA Adedini, SO Wandera, CO Odimegwu
Tropical Medicine & International Health 21 (12), 1572-1582, 2016
382016
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