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Strategic Role of Human Resource Training and Development on Organisational Effectiveness in Nigerian Banking Industries
Oni-Ojo, E. A., Salau, O. P., Oludayo, O. and Abasilim, U. D.
Published at Global Journal of Human Resource Management , Volume 2 , Issue 4 , Pages 24-39 , Published in 2014
A Note on Understanding Performance Evaluation in Organisations
Abasilim, U. D.
Published at UNIUYO Journal of Politics and Administration , Volume 1 , Issue 1 , Pages 11-22 , Published in 2014
Over the years and currently, performance evaluation has become very popular in organisational life such that almost every well structured organisation has an evaluation system. This paper presents a note on understanding performance evaluation in organisations. The aim is to popularise the theory of performance evaluation in organizations, enlighten stakeholders (academics, human resource mana...
Privatization of Public Enterprises: Which way Nigeria?
Gberevbie, D. E., Oni, Samuel, Oyeyemi, A. and Abasilim, U. D.
Published at Ecoforum Journal , Volume 4 , Issue 1 , Pages 172-179 , Published in 2015
E-Governance and Its Implementation Challenges in the Nigerian Public Service
Abasilim, U. D. and Edet, L. I.
Published at Acta Universitatis Danubius–Administratio , Volume 7 , Issue 1 , Pages 30-42 , Published in 2015
Development and its Challenges in Nigeria: A Theoretical Discuss
Adah, B. A. and Abasilim, U. D.
Published at Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences , Volume 6 , Issue 6 , Pages 275-281 , Published in 2015
Innovation Pathways for Effective e-Governance in Africa: The Imperative of Authentic Leadership
Agbude, G. A., Obayan, A. I. and Abasilim, U. D.
Published at Acta Universitatis Danubius–Administratio , Volume 7 , Issue 2 , Pages 80-94 , Published in 2015
Sequence of the Tsetse Fly (Glossina morsitans): Vector of African Trypanosomiasis.
Watanabe J., Hattori M., Berriman M., …Osamor V. C., Balyeidhusa, A., et al.,
Published at Science 344(6182) , Volume 344 , Issue 6182 , Pages 380-386 , Published in 2015
Tsetse flies are the sole vectors of human African trypanosomiasis throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Both sexes of adult tsetse feed exclusively on blood and contribute to disease transmission. Notable differences between tsetse and other disease vectors include obligate microbial symbioses, viviparous reproduction, and lactation. Here, we describe the sequence and annotation of the 366-megabase G...
Tuberculosis–Diagnostic Expert System: An architecture for translating patients information from the web for use in tuberculosis diagnosis.
Osamor V.C., Azeta A.A., Ajulo O.
Published at Health Informatics Journal , Volume 20 , Issue 4 , Pages 245-287 , Published in 2014
Background: Over 1.5–2 million tuberculosis deaths occur annually. Medical professionals are faced with a lot of challenges in delivering good health-care with unassisted automation in hospitals where there are several patients who need the doctor’s attention. Objective: To automate the pre-laboratory screening process against tuberculosis infection to aid diagnosis and make it fast and acc...
Body Mass Index and Random Blood Glucose Levels in a Semi Urban Nigerian Community.
Iweala, E.E.J, Chinedu, S.N, Afolabi, I.S, Ogunlana, O.O, Azuh, D.E, Osamor, V.C. and Toogun, T.A.
Published at Int. J Diabetes Dev C , Volume 34 , Issue 3 , Pages 175-176 , Published in 2014
Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of adiposity . A raised BMI is a risk factor for several diseases such as type 2 diabetes mellitus [2, 3]. Generally, prevalence and complications of diabetes is more pronounced in females than males as result of gender associated obesity. Our multi-disciplinary research group is involved in assessment and study of diseases and associated issues of public h...
Correlation between body mass index and waist circumference in Nigerian adults: Implication as indicators of health status
Shalom Nwodo Chinedu S.N., Ogunlana O.O., Azuh D.E., Iweala E.E.J, Israel S. Afolabi I.S., Chidi C. Uhuegbu C.C, Mercy E. Idachaba M.E., Osamor V.C.
Published at Journal of Public Health Research , Volume 2 , Issue 2 , Pages e16 , Published in 2013
Background. Anthropometric measures have been widely used for body weight classification in humans. Waist circumference has been advanced as a useful parameter for measuring adiposity. This study evaluated the correlation between body mass index (BMI) and waist circumference and examined their significance as indicators of health status in adults. Design and Methods. The subject included 489 h...