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Practice to access and disclose of patient health information and associated factors among health care providers in public hospitals, Afar region, Northeastern Ethiopia / Adem Ali KAbo ; Mulusew Andualem, Solomon Assefa [THESESOTHERS-2018-006]
Abstract Introduction: Sharing patient health information (PHI) among healthcare providers is a crucial business process not only for saving limited healthcare resources but also for increasing patient’s healthcare quality. [...] 10.20372/ethernet:1519398552.91
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Introduction: According to WHO; youth are young people within 15-24 years old. Studies reported that more than half of all new HIV infections occur in people between the ages of 15 and 24 years. Identifying risky sexual behaviors and associated factors among this group of youth is critical to design sound intervention. However limited studies acknowledge the differential vulnerability of high school students for risky sexual behavior in Ethiopia. Therefore this study aims to investigate risky sexual behaviors and associated factors among high school students in Gondar city administration. Objective: To assess the prevalence of risky sexual behaviors and associated factors among high school students in Gondar city administration. Methods: Institution based quantitative cross-sectional study was conducted from March 23/2015 to march 26/ 2015 among high school students in Gondar city administration. Multistage sampling technique was employed to recruit study participants and Data was collected using structured self-administered questionnaire, and entered using epiinfo version 7 and imported to SPSS version 21 for analysis. Descriptive statistics like frequency, proportion and mean were computed to describe important variables in relation to the outcome variable, and Binary and multivariable logistic regression were used to identify independent predictors Results: The overall prevalence of risky sexual behavior was 12.8%%. Ever used alcohol ((AOR, 3.53 95% CI (1.73-7.19)), had no parental monitor (AOR, 12.21 95% CI (6.55-22.78), watching pornographic film (AOR, 2.24 95% CI (1.15-4.35), had parental discussion on SRH issues (AOR, 2.57 95% CI (1.36-4.85) and peer pressure (AOR, 2.50, 95%CI (1.20-5.21), were factors which significantly increases the odds of risky sexual behavior among youth Conclusion and recommendations: Risky sexual behaviors among high school students in Gondar city administration was very high and worrisome so that a concerted effort is needed from parents, school, health facility and policy makers to bring accepting attitude for condom use. / Tessema (PhD), Belay
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201354.4
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Introduction: According to WHO; youth are young people within 15-24 years old. Studies reported that more than half of all new HIV infections occur in people between the ages of 15 and 24 years. Identifying risky sexual behaviors and associated factors among this group of youth is critical to design sound intervention. However limited studies acknowledge the differential vulnerability of high school students for risky sexual behavior in Ethiopia. Therefore this study aims to investigate risky sexual behaviors and associated factors among high school students in Gondar city administration. Objective: To assess the prevalence of risky sexual behaviors and associated factors among high school students in Gondar city administration. Methods: Institution based quantitative cross-sectional study was conducted from March 23/2015 to march 26/ 2015 among high school students in Gondar city administration. Multistage sampling technique was employed to recruit study participants and Data was collected using structured self-administered questionnaire, and entered using epiinfo version 7 and imported to SPSS version 21 for analysis. Descriptive statistics like frequency, proportion and mean were computed to describe important variables in relation to the outcome variable, and Binary and multivariable logistic regression were used to identify independent predictors Results: The overall prevalence of risky sexual behavior was 12.8%%. Ever used alcohol ((AOR, 3.53 95% CI (1.73-7.19)), had no parental monitor (AOR, 12.21 95% CI (6.55-22.78), watching pornographic film (AOR, 2.24 95% CI (1.15-4.35), had parental discussion on SRH issues (AOR, 2.57 95% CI (1.36-4.85) and peer pressure (AOR, 2.50, 95%CI (1.20-5.21), were factors which significantly increases the odds of risky sexual behavior among youth Conclusion and recommendations: Risky sexual behaviors among high school students in Gondar city administration was very high and worrisome so that a concerted effort is needed from parents, school, health facility and policy makers to bring accepting attitude for condom use. / Tessema (PhD), Belay
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201277.82
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Measuring performance on the Healthcare Access and Quality Index for 195 countries and territories and selected subnational locations: a systematic analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016 / Gdr
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201287.69
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Open Science and/for Open Education / Roberto Barbera [PRESENTATIONSNADRE-2018-037]
Sci-GaIA (www.sci-gaia.eu) was an EU funded project that ran from May 2015 to April 2017. [...] 10.20372/nadre:1542184706.96
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Measuring performance on the Healthcare Access and Quality Index for 195 countries and territories and selected subnational locations: a systematic analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2016 / Gdr
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201365.06
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Predictors of postpartum contraceptive use in rural Tigray region, northern Ethiopia: a multilevel analysis / Teklehaymanot Huluf Abraha ; Lidiya Tsegay Tikue [PUBLICATIONSAKU-2018-005]
Abstract Background: Postpartum family planning services is one of the recommended public health intervention aimed at reducing maternal and child morbidity and mortalities [...] 10.1186/s12889-018-5941-4
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Routine health information utilization and associated factors among health care professionals who work in public health institution North Gondar Public health institution, Amhara regional state, Northwest Ethiopia.2017. / Dagnew, Eshetu
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201724.12
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Health care financing / Gashaw Andargie Biks Elias Ali Yesuf Mezgebu Yitayal Mengistu
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201425.89
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EVIDENCE BASED INTRAPARTUM PRACTICE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS AMONG OBSTETRIC CARE PROVIDERS IN AMHARA REGIONAL STATE REFERRAL HOSPITALS, NORTHWEST ETHIOPIA, 2015. / FIKADU (BSc), KASSAHUN
No abstract available for this resource 10.20372/nadre:1547201477.29
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