JUTHJos University Teaching Hospital (Jos, Nigeria)
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Ethical permission for this study (reference number JUTH/DCS/ ADM/127/XXV/04, 20 February 2017) was obtained from JUTH.
The study was conducted at the adult clinic of AIDS Prevention Initiative in Nigeria (APIN), Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) Jos Plateau state.
The HIV treatment program at JUTH is a major public resource for HIV services in the area, providing comprehensive HIV treatment and care for the city of Jos and serving as a referral center for Plateau and neighboring states.
Los estudios previos que evidencian una ventaja en el reconocimiento de las caras alegres han utilizado principalmente tareas de categorizacion de expresiones presentadas individualmente (e.g., Calvo y Lundqvist, 2008; Juth et al., 2005; Leppanen y Hietanen, 2004; Loughead et al., 2008; Milders et al., 2008; Palermo y Coltheart, 2004; Tottenham et al., 2009).
She set up the ICU of the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) in 1982 and at the same time devised a training progamme in intensive care nursing for nurses in the hospital.
By Marcus Radetzki, Marian Radetzki & Niklas Juth. New York: Cambridge University Press.
LIMPING MAN: Juth look out for the right thide of the car.
Later, Lee jokes with Allerton: "`Wouldn't it be booful if we should juth run together in one gweat big blob,' he said in baby talk" (100).
Breast, cervical, prostate cancers account for 41.3 per cent of cancers seen at the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) over a 27-year period, a study has found.
In this study we determined the mortality rate and the risk factors for mortality among PTB-HIV co-infected children being treated for PTB and on ART, at the pediatric HIV clinic of the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH) in Jos, Nigeria.
It is however lower than the finding in Jos University teaching hospital (JUTH), Nigeria where a prevalence of 9.6% (21) was reported.
The AIDS Prevention Initiative in Nigeria (APIN) and Harvard School of Public Health HIV program, supported by a grant from the United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), has supported the provision of treatment and care services to HIV-infected patients at the Jos University Teaching Hospital (JUTH), North Central Nigeria, since 2004.