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January-June 2021
Volume 21 | Issue 1
Page Nos. 1-25

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The COVID-19 pandemic: A typical public health issue – More than a public health issue p. 1
FA Khalid-Salako, MT Dodoh, S Pallerla
DOI:10.4103/njhs.njhs_10_21  
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Attitude towards birth preparedness and complication readiness among urban antenatal attendees in Southern Nigeria p. 3
C E M Okoror, VO Omuemu
DOI:10.4103/njhs.njhs_5_21  
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District health information system 2 routine immunisation dashboard: A tool for improving routine immunisation data quality in Katsina State, Nigeria p. 9
SS Yahaya, JR Yahaya, AA Olorukooba, NS Nass, N Waziri, AI Sule, FA Dantsoho, NW Idongesit, R Obansa, TS Ahamed, SA Kabir
DOI:10.4103/njhs.njhs_4_21  
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Cardiometabolic risk and its association with dietary diversity, activity patterns and the nutritional status of workers in tertiary educational institutions in South-Western Nigeria p. 13
AA Adeomi, RO Akande, MD Olodu, C Obiajunwa, O Oduntan, E Ogbukwo
DOI:10.4103/njhs.njhs_6_21  
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Waiting time and clients satisfaction: An assessment of quality of care in Lafia Nasarawa State Nigeria p. 19
I Hassan, M Anazodo, C Odonye, J Babatunde, AA Lawal, A Adeyemi, IA Bako, SI Sasetu, SO Bello
DOI:10.4103/njhs.njhs_11_21  
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