4 edition of The perception and utilization of information by policy-makers in Nigeria found in the catalog.
The perception and utilization of information by policy-makers in Nigeria
Wilson O. AiyepeМЈku
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||W. Olabode Aiyepeku.|
|Series||National Library publication ;, no. 53, National Library publication (National Library of Nigeria) ;, no. 53.|
|LC Classifications||Z965.N38 no. 53, Z674.5.N55 no. 53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 220 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||91201500|
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The paper examines demographic information sources and utilization as determinants of educational policy making in South West Nigeria. Using validated and structured questionnaire, the study population of officers in the ministries of education in the affected states were ?doi= Aiyepeku, W.O (). The perception and utilization of information by policy makers in Nigeria. Lagos: National library: Akidime, J.A.F. (). Funding of government libraries in Nigeria. Paper delivered at the Association of Government Libraries Seminar held at Abuja Nigeria on 21st to 24th October 1 Aigbeieye, G.O. ().+needs+of.
Responsiveness of health care services in low and middle income countries has been given little attention. Despite being introduced over a decade ago in many developing countries, national health insurance schemes have yet to be evaluated in terms of responsiveness of health care services. Although this responsiveness has been evaluated in many developed countries, it has rarely been done in Nigeria presently has the second highest absolute number of maternal deaths and perinatal deaths (stillbirth and neonatal deaths) in the world. The country accounts for up to 14% of global maternal deaths and is second only to India in the number of women who die during childbirth. Although all parts of the country are worsened by these staggering statistics, several lines of evidence show
Analysis of statistical data inHeath information managementIntroduction For proper and effective health planning and decisionmaking in any health institution adequate and reliabledata must be collected and fully analyzed. Well analyzed data will make the decision makers todetect and control emerging and endemic healthproblem, monitor progress Socio-cultural factors are threat to women’s health and well-being. A culture reinforces the gender role and life style of husbands and wives. No matter how equipped a health facility is, it is the patronage that makes the difference to good health. People’s socio-cultural background plays vital role in seeking and acceptance of health ://
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Nigeria Article by Sunday Yohanna Dangyang Nursing, Texila American University, Nigeria E-mail: [email protected] Abstract This study was designed to study the knowledge, perception and practice of Telenursing among Nurses in Plateau State, Nigeria.
It aims at the need for good policy in health care delivery and implementation of Aiyepeku, WO () Perception and utilization of Information by policy makers in Nigeria.
Lagos: National Library of Nigeria. American Library Association ().Information Literacy. http:en Wikipedia>wikis>inf(30/10/18). Arunachalam S. () Information: Periodic feedback from clients by policy makers and hospital managers should be instituted as part of antenatal care evaluation.
Larger prospective studies and focus group interviews may provide more information on what women think about antenatal care services and changes that they would expect in their health :// An evaluation of undergraduate students’ perception and utilization of electronic information resources and services was carried out.
The population of the study consisted of all registered library users in the / academic session. The total population of the study was 4, registered users. Accidental sampling technique was used to select respondents who constituted the sample Groups of actors. Portugal. Brazil.; Policy-makers (PM) at the central level (including ex-Ministers, General Directors).
The literature suggests that research evidence is more influential at central policy level than at local level (Black, ; Browson et al., ), which is why we focused on the views of decision-makers, e.g.
individuals who have ‘the decision-making authority to sign The use of health policy and systems research (HPSR) to inform health policy-making is an international challenge.
Incorporating HPSR into decision-making primarily involves two groups, namely researchers (knowledge producers) and policy-makers (knowledge users). The purpose of this study was to compare the perceptions of Israeli health systems and policy researchers and health services policy This study aimed to examine men's perception, attitude and involvement in maternal care.
A cross-sectional descriptive survey was carried out in Atelewo community in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria The Information Technologist deals mainly with the publication of the results of empirical research in the field of library information science, communcation and information technology as they affect developing countries.
This journal has been positively evaluated in the Scientific Journal Impact Factor Journal List Evaluation Process with a score of Classes of food consumed: Entries in Table 2 indicated the type of food consumed in the study area.
The majority (%) of the respondents consumed carbohydrate foods, which includes rice, Tuwo shinkafa, cornflour, gero and yam among others while % consumed protein foods, which includes bean cake (moi moi), meat, fish and sour milk (fura da nono), among ://?doi=jas The structure of the Nigerian economy is typical of an underdeveloped country.
Between andthe primary sector, in particular the oil and gas sector, dominated GDP, accounting for over 95 per cent of export earnings and about 85 per cent of government revenue. The industrial sector accounts for 6 per cent of economic activity, while inthe manufacturing sector contributed only :oso/ Researchers have emphasized the need to narrow the gaps between practice and policy in order to achieve reduced maternal mortality.[32,33] The current study has provided some important practical information for the policy makers.
The policy makers should emphasize on family-level economic up-liftment as well as education :// The Information Motivation and Behavior (IMB) theoretical framework was developed by Fisher.
et al. The framework has been used and validated extensively. The Information Motivation and Behavior Model (IBM) The model posits that utilization of family planning services is management information systems W.B. Adeoti-Adekeye Library Department, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria Introduction Every aspect of management in the modern age relies heavily on information to thrive.
Nothing moves without information and it is generally believed that information is power and that he who has it has power. It is an importance of of increasing the accessibility and availability to information on development of adolescent health.
The strategy also aims at building skills among adolescents, educators and service providers, increase accessibility and utilization of health and counseling services by adolescents; ). These resources now come in different forms such as e-book, e-journal, e-dictionaries, e-magazines, online databases and internet resources.
The University of Nigeria, Nsukka, commonly referred to as UNN, is a federal university located in Nsukka, Enugu state, Nigeria. It was founded in and formally opened on 7th October ?article=&context=libphilprac. Maternal death remains a public health burden in the developing countries including Nigeria and the major causes are pregnancy related.
Lack of male involvement in pregnancy related care is one of the contributing factors. Previous studies on male involvement focused on family planning services and were majorly targeted at women. This study, therefore, was carried out to assess the knowledge The importance of getting research evidence into policy and practice (GRIPP) is widely acknowledged in literature [1–5].Over the recent years there has been a proliferation of literature focusing on knowledge utilization and how health policy and practice can be better informed by evidence [6–8].Two broad issues are involved in the GRIPP process namely; engaging the stakeholders and Health policy and systems research and analysis (HPSR+A) has been noted as central to health systems strengthening, yet the capacity for HPSR+A is limited in low- and middle-income countries.
Building the capacity of African institutions, rather than relying on training provided in northern countries, is a more sustainable way of building the field in the :// extent of utilization of information and communication technology- based library resources by postgraduate researchers ₦ 10, ₦ 3, Category: Library and Information Science project topics and materials for :// Male involvement in maternal, newborn and child health contributes to better health outcomes for women and their children, especially in restrictive societies.
There is evidence that when men have better understanding of women’s health needs, attitudes toward utilization of maternal and child health services, of both women and men, are improved. Given the role of men as the ultimate decision. Summary: "This book is a source book on information communication technology policies for those involved in ICT policy formulation, implementation, adoption, monitoring, evaluation and application"-- Aguolu, C.
C & Aguolu T.E. Libraries and information Management in Nigeria: Seminar essays on theories and problems. Nigeria Education-Information Science.  Busayo, T.O. Use of Library as a requisite Course: A Survey of the Perception of University of Ado-Ekiti Freshmen, Gateway Library Journal, 6(1):  Brophy, P.
In order to scale up mental health care nationally, barriers to health services utilisation need to be identified and addressed. Aim: The aim of this study was to identify barriers to mental health services utilization in Sudan from the perspectives of carer’s of mentally ill patients and psychiatrists and to make recommendations to address the identified ://