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Postgraduate nursing education in Nigeria: understanding registered and graduated students’ experiences in their journeys to programme completion or withdrawal (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2018)Background: Nigerian nursing education has developed from initially limited numbers of missionary schools to a more substantial expansion of urban, hospital-based institutions since 1945. Postcolonial emancipation sparked ...
(2018)Over four decades of transformative-learning (TL) research, theorists have steadily called for the design of a quantitative instrument capturing the central tenants of individual transformation. The aim of this study is ...
Critical drivers of entrepreneurship: a study of the Nigerian community owned and managed independent retail businesses in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. (2018)Purpose: This study explores the motivations of an entrepreneur’s business entry decision within the context of the Nigerian community owned and managed independent retail businesses in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, a ...
Cheap and disposable – The impact of low-skilled migrant workers’ living and working conditions to their health in Arabian Gulf and how legal regional framework(s) protects their health (2018)The Gulf States are one of the greatest labour-receiving countries and the majority of their foreign workforce are low-skilled migrant workers from Asia. Those migrant workers often risk their health while working in ...
“Gambians don’t talk to their children about SRH matters. They think their children are virgins…” Contribution of Significant Adults in Providing Sexual and Reproductive Health Information to Adolescents in The Gambia (2018)Risky sexual activities amongst adolescents is a major concern in sub-Saharan Africa. Identifying factors that influence risky sexual behaviour is critical to addressing issue like STI, unwanted pregnancies and unsafe ...