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|Title: ||DETERMINANTS OF ANTENATAL HEALTH CARE SERVICE UTILIZATION AMONG MARRIED WOMEN IN SOUTHWEST, NIGERIA|
|Authors: ||OLUDIRAN, DAMILOLA AYOYINKA|
|Issue Date: ||Aug-2015|
|Publisher: ||FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OYE EKITI|
|Citation: ||Andersen R. M. and Newman J. (2005).Societal and Individual Determinants of Medical Care Utilization in the United States.Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly. 83 (4):95-193.|
|Series/Report no.: ||DEPARTMENT OF DEMOGRAPHY AND SOCIAL STATISTICS PROJECT;DSS/11/0143|
|Abstract: ||The study examined the determinants of antenatal health care service
utilization among married women in Southwest, Nigeria using 2013 Nigeria
Demographic Health Survey dataset. The data set contained 3, 610 married
women who had life births five years before the survey.
Logistic regression was employed to identify the factors influencing antenatal
health care utilization. Findings revealed that majority (88.74%) of the
respondents’ utilized antenatal care.
Determinants of antenatal care utilization were level of education, wealth
status and ethnicity.
The study concluded that these factors should be taken into consideration
when designing Intervention programmes on antenatal health care service|
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