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Dr. Sola S. Asa
Dr. Sola S. Asa
Associate Professor of Demography and Social Statistics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria
E-mail megerősítve itt: oauife.edu.ng
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Treatment of childhood fevers and other illnesses in three rural Nigerian communities
LA Salako, WR Brieger, BM Afolabi, RE Umeh, PU Agomo, S Asa, ...
Journal of tropical pediatrics 47 (4), 230-238, 2001
1942001
Mothers' management of childhood diseases in Yorubaland: the influence of cultural beliefs
BJ Feyisetan, S Asa, JA Ebigbola
Health Transition Review 7 (2), 221-234, 1997
1261997
Caregiving and stress: Experience of people taking care of elderly relations in South-Eastern Nigeria
UO Okoye, SS Asa
Arts and Social Sciences Journal 2011 (29), 1-9, 2011
882011
Effects of night-reading on daytime sleepiness, sleep quality and academic performance of undergraduate pharmacy students in Nigeria
SO Adeosun, SO Asa, OO Babalola, MA Akanmu
Sleep and Biological Rhythms 6, 91-94, 2008
372008
Factors associated with caregivers’ consistency of use of bed nets in Nigeria: a multilevel multinomial analysis of survey data
S Babalola, ST Adedokun, A McCartney-Melstad, M Okoh, S Asa, ...
Malaria journal 17, 1-13, 2018
312018
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
282018
Teachers’ perspectives on sexual and reproductive health interventions for in-school adolescents in Nigeria
JO Aransiola, S Asa, P Obinjuwa, O Olarewaju, OO Ojo, AO Fatusi
African journal of reproductive health 17 (4), 2013
272013
The abusive potential of habitual consumption of the fruits of Dennettia tripetala G.Baker (Annonaceae) among the people in Ondo township (Nigeria).
IA Oyemitan, EO Iwalewa, MA Akanmu, SO Asa, TA Olugbade
232006
Assessment of contraceptive use by marriage type among sexually active men in Nigeria
SS Asa, A Titilayo, JA Kupoluyi
International quarterly of community health education 38 (3), 181-194, 2018
182018
Abnormal birth weight in urban Nigeria: An examination of related factors
O Fayehun, S Asa
PloS one 15 (11), e0242796, 2020
162020
Changes in sexual practices and responses among ante-natal clinic attendees in a Nigerian teaching hospital
AB Adeyemi, AO Fatusi, ON Makinde, I Omojuwa, S Asa, U Onwudiegwu
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 25 (8), 796-802, 2005
162005
Sex preference, religion and ethnicity roles in fertility among women of childbearing age in Nigeria: Examining the links using zero-inflated Poisson regression model
A Ayo Stephen, A Soladoye, A John Olugbenga, O Funmilola Folasade
International Journal of Statistics and Probability 8 (6), 1-91, 2019
112019
Pattern of utilisation of dental health care among HIV-positive adult Nigerians
MA Adedigba, VT Adekanmbi, S Asa, I Fakande
Oral Health Prev Dent 14 (3), 215-25, 2016
92016
Transition to retirement: effect of participation in preretirement education in Nigeria
OA Ogunbameru, S Asa
Educational Gerontology 34 (5), 418-427, 2008
82008
Census-taking in Nigeria: The good, the technical, and the politics of numbers
A Akinyoade, E Appiah, S Asa
African Population Studies 31 (1), 2017
62017
Multivariate analysis of household decision making, contraceptive use and fertility behaviour among ever-married men in Nigeria
SS Asa, JA Kupoluyi, BO Oyinloye, A Titilayo
African Research Review 11 (4), 74-89, 2017
52017
Substance use and oral health sensations among a population of Nigerian motor park workers
MA Adedigba, O Adeyemi, JA Adedigba, AS Sola
J Dent Oral Biol 1 (2), 1006, 2016
52016
Assessment of knowledge and practice of nutritional and life style risk factors associated with cancer among hospital workers at two university teaching hospitals in Osun State …
EO Ojofeitimi, AO Aderounmu, AF Lomuwagun, OO Owolabi, AO Fadiora, ...
Nutrition and health 17 (2), 139-146, 2003
52003
Timing of births and infant mortality in Nigeria
BJ Feyisetan, S Asa, JA EBIGBOLA
Genus, 157-181, 1997
51997
Socio-cultural and gender-based issues that shape sexuality of emerging adults in Nigeria: A qualitative approach
O Adetutu, S Asa, B Solanke, ARA Aroke, D Okunlola
42021
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