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  1. There is limited information from low and middle-income countries on learning outcomes, provider satisfaction and cost-effectiveness on the day of birth care among maternal and newborn health workers trained usin...

    Authors: Emmanuel Ugwa, Emmanuel Otolorin, Mark Kabue, Gbenga Ishola, Cherrie Evans, Adetiloye Oniyire, Gladys Olisaekee, Boniface Onwe, Amnesty E LeFevre, Julia Bluestone, Bright Orji, Gayane Yenokyan and Ugo Okoli
    Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2018 18:630
  2. Every year, malaria in pregnancy contributes to approximately 20% of stillbirths in sub-Saharan Africa and 10,000 maternal deaths globally. Most eligible pregnant women do not receive the minimum three recomme...

    Authors: Lisa Noguchi, Lindsay Grenier, Mark Kabue, Emmanuel Ugwa, Jaiyeola Oyetunji, Stephanie Suhowatsky, Brenda Onguti, Bright Orji, Lillian Whiting-Collins and Oniyire Adetiloye
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2020 19:51
  3. Access to medical literature in developing countries is helped by open access publishing and initiatives to allow free access to subscription only journals. The effectiveness of these initiatives in Africa has...

    Authors: Helen Smith, Hasifa Bukirwa, Oscar Mukasa, Paul Snell, Sylvester Adeh-Nsoh, Selemani Mbuyita, Masanja Honorati, Bright Orji and Paul Garner
    Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2007 7:72
  4. Emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic created unexpected challenges for health care workers. The global and national supply chain system was disrupted, and affected infection, prevention and control (IPC) practic...

    Authors: Bright Orji, Elizabeth Oliveras, Bartholomew Odio, Charity Anoke, Herbert Onuoha, Emmanuel Ugwa, Madeleine Howard, Ibrahim Idris, Edima Akpan, Festus Okoh, Chinyere Nwani, Oniyire Adetiloye, Nwankwo Lawrence, Chioma Oduenyi, Emmanuel Ogharu, Joseph Enne…
    Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2023 23:253
  5. The World Health Organization recommends a minimum of three doses of quality-assured sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine for intermittent preventive treatment of malaria during pregnancy (IPTp), in moderate to high mala...

    Authors: Bright Chukwudi Orji, Emily Bryce, Bartholomew Odio, Herbert Enyeribe Onuoha, Elizabeth Njoku, Charity Anoke, Emmanuel Ugwa, Joseph Enne, Adetiloye Oniyire, Emmanuel Otolorin, Kayode Afolabi, Nnenna C. Ogbulafor and Elizabeth Oliveras
    Citation: BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2022 22:599
  6. The aim of this study was to compare health workers knowledge and skills competencies between those trained using the onsite simulation-based, low-dose, high frequency training plus mobile mentoring (LDHF/m-me...

    Authors: Emmanuel Ugwa, Mark Kabue, Emmanuel Otolorin, Gayane Yenokyan, Adetiloye Oniyire, Bright Orji, Ugo Okoli, Joseph Enne, Gabriel Alobo, Gladys Olisaekee, Adebayo Oluwatobi, Chioma Oduenyi, Adekunle Aledare, Boniface Onwe and Gbenga Ishola
    Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2020 20:586
  7. Despite massive anti-malaria campaigns across the subcontinent, effective access to intermittent preventive treatment (IPTp) and insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) among pregnant women remain low in large parts o...

    Authors: Joseph C Okeibunor, Bright C Orji, William Brieger, Gbenga Ishola, Emmanuel 'Dipo Otolorin, Barbara Rawlins, Enobong U Ndekhedehe, Nkechi Onyeneho and G√ľnther Fink
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2011 10:227
  8. Poor reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health outcomes in Nigeria can be attributed to several factors, not limited to low health service coverage, a lack of quality care, and gender inequ...

    Authors: Chioma Oduenyi, Joya Banerjee, Oniyire Adetiloye, Barbara Rawlins, Ugo Okoli, Bright Orji, Emmanuel Ugwa, Gbenga Ishola and Myra Betron
    Citation: BMC Health Services Research 2021 21:198