Journal of Preventive Medicine And Care

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Preventive Medicine And Care-Global Health-Daniel Oshi


Department of Community Health and Psychiatry,
The University of the West Indies,
Mona, Kingston, Jamaica.

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Daniel Oshi


Department of Community Health and Psychiatry,
The University of West Indies (UWI), 
Mona, Kingston 7, Jamaica.

Research Interests:

Global Health,  Social Epidemiology and Sociology of Health, Social Policy, Psycho-social Aspects of Adolescents and Youth Behaviour (including Adolescent Sexual and Youth Reproductive Health), Chronic Communicable Diseases



  1. The role of teachers in sex education and the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria.
  2. Sources of Sex Information and its Effects on Sexual Practices among In-school Female Adolescents in Osisioma Ngwa LGA, South East Nigeria.
  3. Economic support intervention improves tuberculosis treatment outcomes in rural Nigeria.
  4. Buruli ulcer in Nigeria: Results of a pilot case study in three rural districts.
  5. Evaluation of Patient Satisfaction with Tuberculosis Services in Southern Nigeria.
  6. Effect of TB behaviour change communication (BCC) intervention in Enugu state, southeast Nigeria.
  7. Cultural and social aspects of HIV/AIDS sex education in secondary schools in Nigeria.
  8. Assessment of sex differences in systolic blood pressure responses to exercise in healthy, non-athletic young adults.
  9. Does possession of assets increase women's participation in reproductive decision-making? Perceptions of Nigerian women.
  10. Profile and treatment outcome of smear-positive TB patients who failed to smear convert after 2 months of treatment in Nigeria.