Prof. Lydia Aziato
Prof. Lydia Aziato
Associate Professor in Nursing, University of Ghana School of Nursing and Midwifery
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Validation of three pain scales among adult postoperative patients in Ghana
L Aziato, F Dedey, K Marfo, JA Asamani, JNA Clegg-Lamptey
BMC nursing 14 (1), 42, 2015
The Ghanaian surgical nurse and postoperative pain management: a clinical ethnographic insight
L Aziato, O Adejumo
Pain Management Nursing 15 (1), 265-272, 2014
Facilitators and barriers of herbal medicine use in Accra, Ghana: an inductive exploratory study
L Aziato, HO Antwi
BMC complementary and alternative medicine 16 (1), 142, 2016
Determinants of nurses' knowledge gap on pain management in Ghana
L Aziato, O Adejumo
Nurse Education in Practice 14 (2), 195-199, 2014
Religious beliefs and practices in pregnancy and labour: an inductive qualitative study among post-partum women in Ghana
L Aziato, PNA Odai, CN Omenyo
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 16 (1), 138, 2016
Dysmenorrhea management and coping among students in Ghana: A qualitative exploration
L Aziato, F Dedey, JNA Clegg-Lamptey
Journal of pediatric and adolescent gynecology 28 (3), 163-169, 2015
An ethnographic exploration of postoperative pain experiences among Ghanaian surgical patients
L Aziato, O Adejumo
Journal of Transcultural Nursing 26 (3), 301-307, 2015
The experience of dysmenorrhoea among Ghanaian senior high and university students: pain characteristics and effects
L Aziato, F Dedey, JNA Clegg-Lamptey
Reproductive health 11 (1), 58, 2014
Labour pain experiences and perceptions: a qualitative study among post-partum women in Ghana
L Aziato, AK Acheampong, KL Umoar
BMC Pregnancy and childbirth 17 (1), 73, 2017
Breast cancer diagnosis and factors influencing treatment decisions in Ghana
L Aziato, JNA Clegg-Lamptey
Health care for women international 36 (5), 543-557, 2015
Living with advanced breast cancer among Ghanaian women: Emotional and psychosocial experiences
AB Bonsu, L Aziato, JNA Clegg-Lamptey
International Journal of Palliative Care 2014, 2014
Adolescents' responses to an unintended pregnancy in Ghana: a qualitative study
L Aziato, MJ Hindin, ET Maya, A Manu, SA Amuasi, RM Lawerh, ...
Journal of pediatric and adolescent gynecology 29 (6), 653-658, 2016
Experiences and perceptions of Ghanaian midwives on labour painand religious beliefs and practices influencing their care of women in labour
L Aziato, HA Ohemeng, CN Omenyo
Reproductive Health 13, 136, 2016
“We are the best to stand in for patients”: a qualitative study on nurses’ advocacy characteristics in Ghana
G Dadzie, L Aziato, AG Aikins
BMC nursing 16 (1), 61, 2017
Developing a context appropriate clinical guideline for post-operative pain management in Ghana: A participatory approach
L Aziato, O Adejumo
International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences 2, 26-33, 2015
Exploring the safety and clinical use of herbal medicine in the contemporary Ghanaian context: a descriptive qualitative study
L Aziato, PNA Odai
Journal of herbal medicine 8, 62-67, 2017
Assessing challenges of clinical education in a baccalaureate nursing program in Ghana
M Asirifi, L Ogilvie, S Barton, P Aniteye, K Stobart, O Bilash, A Kwashie
Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 7 (10), 109-118, 2017
Precipitants of substance abuse relapse in Ghana: A qualitative exploration
R Appiah, SA Danquah, K Nyarko, AL Ofori-Atta, L Aziato
Journal of drug issues 47 (1), 104-115, 2017
An insight into the preoperative experiences of Ghanaian general surgical patients
L Aziato, O Adejumo
Clinical nursing research 23 (2), 171-187, 2014
Qualitative exploration of nurses’ perspectives on clinical oxygen administration in Ghana
FE Adipa, L Aziato, AN Zakariah
International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences 2, 42-46, 2015
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