Clifford Obby Odimegwu
Clifford Obby Odimegwu
Full Professor
E-mail megerősítve itt: wits.ac.za - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Prevalence, patterns and correlates of domestic violence in selected Igbo communities of Imo State, Nigeria
CN Okemgbo, AK Omideyi, CO Odimegwu
African journal of reproductive health, 101-114, 2002
Determinants of maternal health care utilization in Nigeria: a multilevel approach
DN Ononokpono, CO Odimegwu
The Pan African Medical Journal 17 (Suppl 1), 2014
Assessing the prevalence and determinants of unwanted pregnancy and induced abortion in Nigeria
FE Okonofua, C Odimegwu, H Ajabor, PH Daru, A Johnson
Studies in family planning 30 (1), 67-77, 1999
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
Family planning attitudes and use in Nigeria: a factor analysis
CO Odimegwu
International family planning perspectives, 86-91, 1999
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
Influence of religion on adolescent sexual attitudes and behaviour among Nigerian university students: affiliation or commitment?
C Odimegwu
African journal of reproductive health, 125-140, 2005
Access to mass media messages, and use of family planning in Nigeria: a spatio-demographic analysis from the 2013 DHS
CK Ajaero, C Odimegwu, ID Ajaero, CA Nwachukwu
BMC public health 16, 1-10, 2016
Factors associated with teen pregnancy in sub-Saharan Africa: a multi-country cross-sectional study
C Odimegwu, S Mkwananzi
African Journal of Reproductive Health 20 (3), 94-107, 2016
Men's role in emergency obstetric care in Osun State of Nigeria
C Odimegwu, A Adewuyi, T Odebiyi, B Aina, Y Adesina, O Olatubara, ...
African journal of reproductive health, 59-71, 2005
Ethnicity, gender and risky sexual behaviour among Nigerian youth: an alternative explanation
C Odimegwu, OD Somefun
Reproductive health 14, 1-15, 2017
Spousal violence in sub-Saharan Africa: does household poverty-wealth matter?
SO Bamiwuye, C Odimegwu
Reproductive health 11, 1-10, 2014
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
The social context of adolescent women’s use of modern contraceptives in Zimbabwe: a multilevel analysis
E Ngome, C Odimegwu
Reproductive health 11, 1-14, 2014
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
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
HIV-stigma in Nigeria: review of research studies, policies, and Programmes
CO Odimegwu, JO Akinyemi, OO Alabi
AIDS research and treatment 2017, 2017
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
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