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Anatomy education in physiotherapy training in Nigeria: perception of Nigeria trained physiotherapists

Background: Sound anatomy knowledge is prerequisite to effective physiotherapy education and practice. There is need for evaluation of physiotherapists’ perception of anatomy education (AE) in Nigerian physiotherapy training programmes in order to introduce appropriate modifications for improved learning and clinical

Published in 2020, 24 (2) Keywords: , ,

Nigerian undergraduates’ knowledge, attitude and practice of accident casualty handling

Background and Objective: The practice of handling of accident casualties is an important factor in reducing a case fatality rate. This study assessed knowledge, attitude and practice of accident casualty handling among Nigerian undergraduates. Moreover, the prevalence of first aid

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Validity and reliability of hausa version of the oswestry disability index

Background: Translation of psychometrically sound instruments into different local languages is perceived to allow easy accessibility and understanding of the instruments. There is a dearth of valid and reliable versions of the Oswestry Disability Index (ODI) in Nigerian languages. The

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Bioelectric impedance analysis versus prediction equations for percent body fat in healthy nigerian adults: correlation or conflict

Background and objective: There is dearth of studies on the validation of equations for predicting Percent Body Fat (PBF) in sub-Saharan Africa. This study compared Bio-electrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) estimated PBF and PBF predicted from equations. Materials and Methods: 1,350

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