FWACP, FMCPH, MPH
1. Adinma ED. Water-related diseases. In: Egboka BCE & Odoh BI (Eds). Water: Ecological problems, related disasters and sustainable development. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Germany, September, 2011: 203-213.
2. Adinma ED. Post Abortion Care Services in Nigeria. In: Sifakis S & Vrachnis N (Eds). From Preconception to Postpartum. InTech, Croatia, March, 2012: 125-132.
Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/from-preconception-to-postpartum/post-abortion-care-services.
3. Adinma ED. Medical dangers of early marriage. In: Izunwa MO & Izunwa RD (Eds). Family, Church, and Society. Booksmith House, Nimo, Nigeria. 2013: 553-562.
4. Adinma ED. Management of emergencies in the Primary Health Care setting — A Public Health approach. In: Sebastian NN Nwosu (Ed.). NAUTH Emergency Care Handbook. Booksmith House, Nimo, Nigeria. 2014: 327-369.
1. Hysterosalpingography in the management of infertility: Bilateral tubal occlusions.
2. Karman’s cannula and vacuum aspirator in gynecological practice.
3. Histological assessment of the endometrium in infertile Nigerian women.
4. Pattern of infertility at Nnewi and Onitsha, Nigeria. Tropical Journal of Medical Research
5. Tuberculosis in Anambra State, Nigeria: Socio-cultural consideration and health seeking behaviour.
6. Adinma JIB, Ikechebelu JI, Onyejimbe UN, Amilo G, Adinma E. Influence of antenatal care on the haematocrit value of pregnant Nigerian Igbo women.
7. The Sexual and Reproductive Rights of women in Nigeria.
8. Priorities on HIV/AIDS research in Nigeria.
9. Adinma JIB, Adinma ED. Medical Education and Medical Practice in Nigeria ─ Challenges and Strategies for improvement.
10. Adinma ED, Adinma JIB. Perceptions and practices on menstruation amongst Nigerian secondary school girls.
11. Ethical considerations in women’s sexual and reproductive health care.
12. Knowledge and practice of universal precautions against blood borne pathogens amongst House Officers and Nurses in tertiary health institutions in southeast Nigeria.
13. Menstrual characteristics amongst south-eastern Nigerian adolescent school girls.
14. Prevalence of Chlamydia trachomatis antibodies among infertile patients in Anambra State, Nigeria.
15. Awareness and practice of post abortion care services among health care professionals in southeastern Nigeria.
16. Community based healthcare financing: Untapped option for health care funding in Nigeria.
17. Effect on healthcare delivery, of integrating maternal health services into a health insurance scheme.
18. Post abortion care counseling practiced by health professionals in southeastern Nigeria.
19. Effect of government-community healthcare co-financing on maternal and child healthcare in Nigeria.
20. Gender issues in Reproductive Health.
21. Perception of quality of care in HIV/IDS programmes among patients in a tertiary health care facility in Anambra State.
22. Adinma JIB, Adinma ED. Impact of reproductive health on socio-economic development: A case study of Nigeria.
23. Awareness and use of contraception by women seeking termination of pregnancy in south eastern Nigeria.
24. Role of reproductive health commodity security on maternal and child health care in the West African sub-region.
25. Knowledge and inventory management of Misoprostol for reproductive health services amongst Community Pharmacists in Anambra and Delta States of Nigeria.
26. Abortion treatment by health professionals in southeastern Nigeria.
27. Knowledge and perception of Nigerian abortion law by abortion seekers in Southeastern Nigeria.
28. Unsafe Abortion and its Ethical, Sexual and Reproductive Rights Implications.
29. Streptomycin-induced Stevens-Johnson syndrome in a HIV sero-positive patient with tuberculosis: A case report.
30. A critic of maternal mortality rate reduction efforts in Nigeria.
31. Family planning in contemporary reproductive health and rights.
32. Nutrition transition in developing countries: A review.
33. Influence of government-community healthcare financing partnership on human and material characteristics of primary health care facilities in Anambra State, Nigeria.
34. Maternal and perinatal outcome of Eclampsia in tertiary health institution in Southeast Nigeria.
35. Knowledge and practices among medical abortion seekers in Southeastern Nigeria.
36. Pattern of clinical presentation of Eclampsia at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi, Southeastern Nigeria.
37. Infant feeding choices and practices as risk factors of mother to child transmission of HIV among exposed infants in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital Nnewi.
38. Determinants of subjective health status of HIV positive mothers in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi.
39. Mainstreaming gender in health in Nigeria.
40. Family planning services by health professionals offering post abortion care in South Eastern Nigeria.
41. Female genital mutilation: A foremost contemporary gender-based violence issue in Africa.
42. Influence of HIV/AIDS awareness on sexual behavior of undergraduates in Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
43. Challenges of data collection and disease notification in Anambra State, Nigeria.
44. Chlamydia Trachomatis IgG antibodies seroprevalence among students in two tertiary institutions in Anambra State, Nigeria: A comparative study.
45. Urbanization and health: An overview.
46. Clients’ knowledge, perception of and satisfaction with quality of maternal health care services at the primary health care level in Nnewi, Nigeria.
47. Adequacy of resources for provision of maternal health services at the primary health care level in Nnewi, Nigeria.
48. Sexual health knowledge, attitude and risk perception among in-school and out-of-school female adolescents in Onitsha, Anambra State, Nigeria.
49. Perception, prevalence and predictors of rape among female students in a tertiary institution in south east Nigeria.
50. The seroprevalence and co-existence of Chlamydia Trachomatis and Herpes Simplex Virus Antibodies among students in a tertiary institution.
51. Characterization of tuberculosis cases presenting in a tertiary healthcare facility in South-Eastern Nigeria.
52. Factors Influencing Sexual Behavior among Female Adolescents in Onitsha, Nigeria.
53. Outcome of Tuberculosis Treatment in Tertiary Hospital in South Eastern Nigeria.
54. Healthcare waste management: what do the health workers in a Nigerian tertiary hospital know and practice.
55. Pattern and practice of complementary and alternative medication amongst patients in a Tertiary Hospital in Nigeria.
56. Comparative analysis of the nutritional status of Under-five children and their mothers in rural and urban areas of Anambra state, Nigeria.
57. Pain relief in postabortion care practiced by healthcare professionals in South Eastern Nigeria.
58. Characterization of TB/HIV Co-Infected Patients Receiving TB Treatment at a DOTS Clinic, in a Tertiary Hospital in South-Eastern Nigeria.
59. Coping with household food insecurity: Perspectives of mothers in Anambra State, Nigeria.
60. Profile of maternal mortality and maternal health services in Nigeria.
61. Characterization of defaulters from Tuberculosis treatment in a Tertiary Hospital in South Eastern Nigeria.
62. Cervical cancer: Knowledge of risk factors and practice of preventive measures among female primary school teachers in urban Anambra State, Nigeria.
63. Clinical pattern of sexually transmitted infections among Nigerian students in a tertiary institution.
64. Prevalence of diarrhoea disease among infants in an urban and a rural Local Government Area in Anambra State, Nigeria: A comparative study.
65. Knowledge, attitude and practice of contraception among Medical and Pharmacy students in Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Anambra State.
66. Substance abuse among secondary school students in an urban and a rural local government area in Anambra State, Nigeria.
67. Sexual Behaviour among Students in a Tertiary Educational Institution in Southeast Nigeria,
68. Practice of safety measures by production workers in two Nigerian automobile assembly plants.
69. Occupational hazards in two automobile assembly plants in Nigeria: What do the workers know?
70. Factors that Influence Infant Feeding Options of HIV-Positive Mothers in Urban and Rural Communities in South-East, Nigeria.
71. Condom use by students in a higher education institution in South Eastern Nigeria.
72. Clients’ satisfaction with waiting time in HIV treatment centres: An Urban-Rural comparison in Anambra State, Nigeria.
73. Clients’ satisfaction with physical environment in HIV treatment centers in Anambra State, Nigeria.
74. Nutrition policy and practice landscape on adolescent, pre-pregnancy and maternal nutrition in Nigeria.
75. Determinants of sexual and reproductive health practices of HIV discordant and concordant couples attending Comprehensive Health Centers in Anambra State, Nigeria.
76. Medical Tourism, public health and economic development in Nigeria: Issues and prospects.
77. A review on packaged drinking water, quality regulations and public health: Exploring potability and safety gap implications for public health in Nigeria.
78. Assessment of the physical, chemical and microbiological quality of packaged water sold in Nnewi, South-East Nigeria: a population health risk assessment and preventive care study.
79. Prevalence, perception and pattern of peripheral neuropathy among pregnant women in South-Eastern Nigeria.
80. Perception and practice of exercise during pregnancy by antenatal women in Southeastern Nigeria.
81. Birth preparedness and complications readiness: Comparative assessment of facilities providing maternal and child health care services in urban and rural areas of Anambra State, Nigeria.