|DANIEL, GRACE OMOLADE||
Lecturer II, College of Medicine, University of Jos
COMMON USER NAME GRACE
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Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Nigeria
University of Ibadan, Ibadan Nigeria
Maternal and child health
- Personal Statement
The goal of the proposed research is to assess the prevalence of precancerous cervical lesions among HIV positive women who have been on ART in JUTH and BUTH. Specifically we plan to assess the relationship between factors like age, marital status, level of education, ethnicity, occupation, religion, socioeconomic status ie Employment status income and the appearance of cervical lesions.
I am a young lecturer with a growing interest in research and passion to develop myself to a level where I could conduct various researches of international standard that will impact positively on the health of HIV positive women in plateau state, Nigeria and the world at large.
I have conducted and published a number of researches and have been co author in some others. As a result of these previous experiences, I am aware of the importance of frequent communication among a research team thereby constructing a realistic research plan, timeline and Budget. I have chosen (Drs Samaila Shuaibu and Francis Shinku) who will provide additional expertise in Oncology and anatomy.
I have participated in the data analysis and Manuscript writing workshops organized by the Medical Education Partnership in Nigeria to further strengthen my research capability especially with the use of the SPSS. I have also attended the case based teaching method and Grant proposal writing.
In Summary, I have stated my passion for research and willingness to carry out productive research in an area of high prevalence of HIV and my modest experiences have prepared me to lead the proposed project.
B. Peer-reviewed Publications
1. Daniel, G., Emmanuel, A., Achema, G. and Gimba, S. (2011). Knowledge and Practice of Breast Self Examination Among Female Undergraduates of University of Jos, Biological and Environmental Journal for the Tropics, 8 (2): 60 – 63
2. Daniel, G.O and Modupe, O.O (2013) Nursing Informatics: A key to improving Nursing Practice in Nigeria. International Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 5(5): 90 – 98.
3. Daniel G.O, Modupe O. and Eleri G. (2015) Mothers’ Validation of Midwives care in the management of labour pain in two Hospitals in Plateau State, Nigeria. International Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 7 (1): 1 – 8
4. Daniel, G.O.; Okoli, N.; Kumzhi, P.R.; Wina, F.; Ari, E.; Onyejekwe, G. (2016) Awareness and use of family planning methods among men in Mista Ali District, Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. African Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health, 10 (3): 120-125
5. Ajayi, A.D.,Daniel, G.O., Ari, E., Wina, F and Okezue G.A (2016) Psychosocial effects of pregnancy on teenage mothers in Angwan Rukuba community, Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. African Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health, 10(2): 3-8