Integrity Research Journals

Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed
DOI: 10.31248/JPHD
Start Year: 2018

ournal of Public Health and Diseases (JPHD) is an Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Journal that publishes original and high-quality research articles in all areas of Public Health and Diseases. JPHD is committed to advancing and sharing creative, innovative and emerging ideas that are likely to influence public health policy and improve public health of various communities around... Continue here

CURRENT ISSUE (Vol.2 (1) April 2019)

Prevalence Of Malaria Infection Among Persons Seeking Treatment From Private Drug Retailers In North Central Nigeria
Malaria is a fatal insect-borne tropical disease that continues to pose public health challenges in Nigeria. This study was carried out to assess the prevalence of malaria infection among persons seeking treatment from private sector drug outlets and Proprietary and Patent Medicine Vendors (PVMs). Rapid diagnostic tests and microscopy were carried out to examine... Continue here

Low Awareness And Misconceptions Of Immature Mosquito Stages Hinders Community Participation In Integrated Vector Management In Malindi, Kenya
Understanding community perceptions of the significance, feasibility and utility of managing mosquito larvae and preventing breeding sites is important to developing strategies for improving implementation of larval control. The objective of this study was to explore community perceptions of mosquitoes and suggest ways of enhancing community based larval control.... Continue here

Prevalence Of Plasmodium Falciparum In Symptomatic And Asymptomatic Children In Minna, North Central Nigeria
The prevalence of Plasmodium falciparum in asymptomatic children and its association with symptomatic malaria cases was assessed in a cohort of children from Minna, Nigeria. A total of 220 children aged 6 months to 17 years were recruited from the community and healthcare facilities. Thick and thin films of the blood samples were prepared and the parasite density... Continue here