: BIOSTATICS

Biostatistics is the scientific process of collecting,collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health-related data in estimating the magnitude of associations and testing hypotheses.                        

Biostatistics can further be defined as a branch of  medicine that involves the process of collection,collation, analysis, interpretation, presentation of health and health-related information that may lead to conclusion and decision-making.              

Biostatistics embraces those techniques pertaining to health and health-related sciences.    

APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS.                 

* In Disease Surveillance   

*In the evaluation of Healthcare services.           

*For the analysis of health and health-related data.                                      

*For the projection of health trends.                      

*In ecological forecasting.                         

*In biological sequence analysis.                             

QUESTIONS FOR ALL STUDENTS.                         

#1 Define Biostatistics.          

2 Explain the application of Biostatistics in Nursing.

Research Methodology.        

Nursing research is a process of finding out the  solution to a problem.It is a sequence of activities which when followed enables the investigator to achieve his aim.Nursing research involves scientific inquiry and so would require knowledge of the characteristics of scientific methods.               

PRACTICAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY. 

Variable is a characteristic or attributes that can assume different values.OR Something that may be different in different situations.             

A research topics must have two variables.           

*INDEPENDENT VARIABLE.                           

*DEPENDENT VARIABLE.        

Independent variable is the predictor variable.It is the varible that will be manipulated in research.It is the varible that influences dependent variable.           

Dependent variable is the criterion variable. 

It is the variable that the researcher is interested in it's outcome When another variable is manipulated that is why we called it Response Variable.                                  

FOR EXAMPLE.                       

The influence of co-operative learning on students' attitude to Nursing.                                

*Co-operative learning is an independent variable while Students'Attiude is a dependent variable.          Questions for All Students.                             

1 What is Nursing Research.                            

2 Write a topic of your own and identify the two variables.

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  1. NAME: AROGUN O. O
    MATRIC NO:ND/HND/SET 46/O81
    ASSIGNMENT :
    1) Biostatistics is the study of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms which provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing and interpreting it.

    2i) Biostatistics helps nurses to understand and evaluate the results of healthcare studies..

    ii)It also enables them to participate in medical research projects and communicates the results of biostistical research to patients.

    iii) It helps design, manage and analyze cancer clinical trials.

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    1. MATRIC NO NACON/ND/HND/SET46/064.
      NAME: OZIOKO BLESSING
      DATE:7/11/2021
      TOPIC: ASSIGNMENT ON BIOSTATISTICS.
      ( 1 ) DEFINATION OF BIOSTATISTICS: This is a branch of science that deals with the collection of data presenting, analyzing, and interpretation of health related information that may lead to decision making and successful treatment of the patient.
      ( 2 ) APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING:
      _ IN MATERNITY: This biostatistics helps the nurses to know the extent of birth rate and death rate of the neonate in the hospital which might bring promotion or closing of a particular hospital.
      _ IN DISEASE CONDITION:This biostatistics helps the nurses mainly during Corona virus pandemic to know the actual patient been treated and survived and the number of Dead once.
      _ ADMINSTRATION OF DRUGS TO A PATIENT ON ADMISSION: With the help of biostatistics it help the nurses to know the effect of drugs on in patient life weather it's improving the health care or causing more harm to the patient.
      IN RESEARCH CASE: This biostatistics helps the nurses during research concerning a particular condition and how to provide solution to that case.

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    3. _MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/064
      _NAME: OZIOKO BLESSING
      _ DATE:8/11/2021.
      _ ASSIGNMENT ON BIOSTATISTICS: MEASUREMENT OF HEAD AND NECK.
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      _ AGE: 28 YEARS
      Circumference of head:59 cm.
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      2) MAXWELL:
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      Circumference of head:58.5 cm.
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      *AGE:24 YEARS.
      Circumference of head:57.5 cm.
      Circumference of neck:31.5 cm.
      4) FAKIESY:
      * AGE:19 YEARS.
      Circumference of head:56 cm.
      Circumference of neck:33 cm.
      5) DEBORAH:
      * AGE: 20 YEARS.
      Circumference of head:55 cm.
      Circumference of neck: 31 cm.

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  2. Chisomobie2000@gmail.com
    NAME: OBIEZEONU CHISOM SCHOLASTICA
    MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/049
    BIOSTATISTICS ASSIGNMENT
    1) WHAT IS BIOSTATISTICS?
    Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms. This is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology. The discipline of biostatistics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing and interpreting it.
    Biostatistics embraces those techniques pertaining to health and health-related sciences.
    2)APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING
    I) Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better the patient’s changing condition.
    II) Statistics helps Nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.
    III)Biostatistics helps patients understand the risks and side effects of certain treatment and procedures.
    IV) it also helps Medical personnel and nurses conduct and analyses certain disease conditions and their treatment.
    V) It also helps in the analysis of health related data and information and making facilities in Vogue known to people. E.g latest ICU machine, Blood pressure machine etc

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  3. Name: olorunnisola O.
    Matric no. NACON/ND/HND/ set 46 / O55.
    Assignment

    1) Biostatistics : is the statistical processes and methods applied to the collection , analysis and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health, and medicine.

    2i) it enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand. A working knowledge of statistical terminology , including more common terms such as mean, median,mode and average is essential.

    2ii) A basic knowledge of statistics helps nurses provide patients with fact based answers to their question and often the reasurance they might need.

    2iii) Enhance patient care: through statistics ,nurses are able to prioritize treatments and determine whether a patient needs immediate medical attention or follow - up care.

    2iv) Using statistics and EBP helps nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.

    2v) Nurses also needs to understand statistical concepts such as validity, reliability,and statistical significance or consulting journals about best practices and new treatments for patients care.

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  4. NAME: BALOGUN DEBORAH OPEYEMI
    MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/015
    ASSIGNMENT
    1. Define biostatistics
    Answer: Biostatistics is the statistical processes and methods applied to the collection, analysis and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health and nursing
    2. Explain the application of biostatistics in nursing.
    1. In understanding patients: Biostatistics helps the nurse to understand her patient. It helps her to confront reality and it challenges her to respond scientifically and cognitively
    2. In projection of health trend: It helps the nurse to estimate how long a terminally ill patient will live and guide treatment accordingly
    3. In nursing practice: Biostatistics enable the nurse to compare options for practice. It makes her to make the right decision about patients and effective nursing interventions
    4. In disease surveillance: Biostatistics is used to determine how disease develop, progress and spread
    5. In promoting the nursing profession: With biostatistics, nurses engage in strategies to promote the positive image of the profession by constantly updating and improving our nursing knowledge

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  5. NAME: GAGA P
    MATRIC NUM: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/033
    BIOSTATISTICS ASSIGNMENT
    1:WHAT IS BIOSTATISTICS?
    Biostatistics is defined as the application of biostatistical principles to questions and problems in medicine,public health,or biology.It can also be defined as to process and methods applied to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of biological data and especially data related to human biology.
    2: Application of biostatistics in nursing
    A: biostatistics helps nurses to understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.
    B: Biostatistics enable nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the result of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in a way that are easy for them to understand.
    C: The analytical and interpretive concepts underlying biostatistics correspond to many advanced nursing practices including the creation of more efficient delivery system and the development of individualized care strategies intended to improve patients outcome.

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  6. NACON/ND/HND/SET46/050
    Ogana safiya


    Biostatistics assignments
    1..what is biostatistics
    Is the branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms.making sense of all the data, is also the branch of statistics of application of theories in statistics to real word problems in health and disease

    2 application of biostatistics
    I..it encompasses the design of biological experiments
    2….the collection and analysis of data from those experiments and interpretations of the results
    3 for analysis health ad health related data
    4…..for projecting health trends

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  7. NAME :EMMANUEL O A
    MATRIC NO: NACON ND/HND/SET46/024
    Assignments
    Define biostatistics
    Biostatistics is the study that deal's with data relating to living organisms which provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing and interpreting it.
    EXPLAIN THE APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING.
    2i) biostatistics help nurses to understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.
    ii) nurses can use biostatistics to identify pattern in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decision to better respond to patients.
    III) statistics are important because today we live in the informations world and much of this information are determined mathematically by statics help.
    Iv) it also enables them to participate in medical research projects and communicates the results of biostatistics research to patients.

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  8. NAME: UWUGIAREN JUDITH
    MATRIC NUM:
    NACON/ND/HND SET 46/070

    ASSIGNMENT
    DEFINE BIOSTATISTICS
    Biostatistics is a scientific process of collecting, collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health related estimating and testing hypothesis.

    Question 2
    Application of biostatistics in nursing
    1:familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.

    2: biostatistics enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.

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  9. Jaun John
    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/038
    ASSIGNMENT
    DEFINE BIOSTATISTICS
    Biostatistics is a scientific process of collecting, collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health related estimating and testing hypothesis.

    Question 2
    Application of biostatistics in nursing
    1:familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.

    2: biostatistics enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.

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  10. Adegbite John Olukorede
    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/006
    Assignment
    1.DEFINE BIOSTATISTICS

    Biostatistics (also known as biometry) are the development and application of statistical methods to a wide range of topics in biology. It encompasses the design of biological experiments, the collection and analysis of data from those experiments and the interpretation of the results.

    2.APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS
    1. In understanding patients: Biostatistics helps the nurse to understand her patient. It helps her to confront reality and it challenges her to respond scientifically and cognitively
    2. In projection of health trend: It helps the nurse to estimate how long a terminally ill patient will live and guide treatment accordingly
    3. In nursing practice: Biostatistics enable the nurse to compare options for practice. It makes her to make the right decision about patients and effective nursing interventions
    4. In disease surveillance: Biostatistics is used to determine how disease develop, progress and spread
    5. In promoting the nursing profession: With biostatistics, nurses engage in strategies to promote the positive image of the profession by constantly updating and improving our nursing knowledge

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  11. NAME: Adegbesan Adebomilehin Sandra
    MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/005
    ASSIGNMENT
    1.DEFINE BIOSTATISTICS:
    Biostatistics is the scientific process of collecting,collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health-related data in estimating the magnitude of associations and testing hypotheses.

    2. APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING:
    i) biostatistics help nurses to understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.
    ii) nurses can use biostatistics to identify pattern in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decision to better respond to patients.
    III) statistics are important because today we live in the informations world and much of this information are determined mathematically by statics help.
    Iv) it also enables them to participate in medical research projects and communicates the results of biostatistics research to patients.

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  12. SHARAFADEEN RAHMAT
    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/068
    ASSIGNMENT

    BIOSTATISTIC is the scientific process of collecting, collating, analyzing, presenting, interpreting and dissemination of health and health related data in estimating the magnitude of associations and testing hypothesis

    2
    APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTIC IN NURSING

    1. In disease survey
    2. In the evaluation of health and healthcare related data
    3. For the analysis of health and health related data
    4. For the projection of health trends
    5. In ecological forcasting
    6. In biological sequence analysis

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  13. Name:IDUH S.N
    Matric no:Nacon/ND/Hnd/set46/082
    1) biostatistics is the science of collecting and analyzing biologic or health data using statistical method it can also be defined as the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology
    2i)Biostatistics is an important tool in the challenge to enhance health outcomes in the face of stretched health care resources
    ii)Biostatistics is important in finding treatment for new drugs for diseases like cancer.
    III)Biostatisticians help design, manage and analyze cancer clinical trials
    iv) Biostatistics also help identify the causes and characteristics of cancer

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  14. Name : OSMA DADA BIDEMI A.
    Matric Number: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/021

    Assignment:

    1. Biostatistics are the development and application of statistical methods to a wide range of topics in biology. It encompasses the design of biological experiments, the collection and analysis of data from those experiments and the interpretation of the results.


    2a. Biostatistics is used to determine how diseases develop, progress and spread. For example, biostatisticians use statistics to predict the behavior of an illness like the flu. It's used to help predict the mortality rate, the symptoms and even the time of year people might get it
    b. Familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies. It also enables them to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.
    c. Biostatistics help design, manage and analyze cancer clinical trials. They also help identify the causes and characteristics of cancer. Oncologists rely on these numbers to recommend treatments for their cancer patients

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  15. *NAME: ABIOYE. A.A
    MATRIC NO: NACON ND/HND SET 46/079
    _Assignment_
    1).Define Biostatistics
    Biostatistics is the scientific process of collecting,collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health-related data in estimating the magnitude of associations and testing hypotheses.        Biostatistics is also the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology. The discipline of biostatistics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing, and interpreting it.    
    2). Explain the application of Biostatistics in Nursing.
    i). Biostatistics helps nurses to understand and evaluate the results of healthcare studies.
    ii).In research cases : This biostatistics helps the nurses during research concerning a particular condition and how to provide solution to that case .
    iii).In Disease Surveillance   
    iv). In the evaluation of Healthcare services. 
    v).For the analysis of health and health-related data.        vi).For the projection of health trends.                  vii).In ecological forecasting.                    viii).In biological sequence analysis

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  16. NAME: EDIDI MARYAM ADEBIMPE
    MATRIC NO:NACON/ND/HND/073

    ASSIGNMENT
    1) Biostatistics are statistical processes and methods applied to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health, and medicine.

    2) APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING
    I)The analytical and interpretive concepts underlying biostatistics correspond to many advanced nursing practices including the creation of more efficient delivery system and the development of individualized care strategies intended to improve patients outcome.

    II)Nurses also needs to understand statistical concepts such as validity, reliability,and statistical significance or consulting journals about best practices and new treatments for patients care.

    III)In promoting the nursing profession: With biostatistics, nurses engage in strategies to promote the positive image of the profession by constantly updating and improving our nursing knowledge.

    IV)Biostatistics help design, manage and analyze cancer clinical trials. They also help identify the causes and characteristics of cancer. Oncologists rely on these numbers to recommend treatments for their cancer patients.

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  17. Name: Osita Ebube Grace
    Matric No: NACON ND/HND Set 46 060
    Biostatistics Assignment

    1: What is Biostatistics?
    It is defined as the branch of medicine that involves the process of collecting, collating, analysing, presenting, interpreting and disseminating of health information that may lead to decision making.
    2: Explain the applications of biostatistics in Nursing.
    a: It helps patients understand the side effects of certain treatments
    b: It determines how research efforts should be focused
    c: It assist in provision of empirical data for the allocation of public and private clinical funds.

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  18. Name: Otti Stephanie Njideka
    Matric No: NACON ND/HND Set 46 062
    Biostatistics Assignment

    1: Biostatistics is the systematic and scientific process of collecting, collating, analysing, presenting, interpreting of health related data and testing of hypothesis.

    2: Biostatistics helps nurses to understand and evaluate the health care results
    b: Biostatistics enables nurses to participate in medical research projects
    c: Biostatistics helps nurses to communicate biostatistical research results to patients in easiest ways to understand.

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  19. ADEWA O.I
    NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/007
    Assignment.
    Q1)DEFINE BIOSTATISTICS
    Answer: Biostatistics is a statistical process and methods applied to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health and medicine.
    The discipline of biostatics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing ,analyzing, and interpreting it.

    (Q2) EXPLAIN THE APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS.
    Answer:
    (1) IN MEDICAL RESEARCH:It enables nurses in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.

    (2) IN IDENTIFICATION OF SPECIFIC PATTERN:
    As a nurse you will use statistics to identity specific pattern in important signs and symptoms and to respond better to any medical changes to your patient.

    (3) Familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.

    (4)It is also use frequency charts or data sheets to document the timing of medication given to patients is another way that you will be using statistics.

    (5) Biostatistics is used to determine how disease develop,progress, and spread .For example,biostaticians use statistics to predict the behavior of an illness the flu.It's used to help predict the mortality rate,the symptoms and even the time of year people might get it.

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  20. NAME: SALAKO RUKAYAT
    MATRIC NUM:
    NACON/ND/HND SET 46/067

    ASSIGNMENT
    DEFINE BIOSTATISTICS
    Biostatistics is a scientific process of collecting, collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health related estimating and testing hypothesis.

    Question 2
    Application of biostatistics in nursing
    1:familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.

    2: biostatistics enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.

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  21. November 7, 2021 at 11:00
    PM
    NAME: SALAKO RUKAYAT
    MATRIC NUM:
    NACON/ND/HND SET 46/067

    ASSIGNMENT
    DEFINE BIOSTATISTICS
    Biostatistics is a scientific process of collecting, collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health related estimating and testing hypothesis.

    Question 2
    Application of biostatistics in nursing
    1:familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.

    2: biostatistics enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.

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  22. Matric no :- NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/040
    Name :- Khalid Aminu Muhammad

    Biostatistics Assignment

    Definition of Biostatistics.
    Is the branch of statistics that deals with Data Relating to living Organisms making sense of all the data,is also the branch of statistics of Application of theories in statistics to real word problem in health and Disease.

    APPLICATION.

    (1) Biostatistics help Nurses to understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.
    (2) biostatistics enables Nurses to participate in medical research.
    (3) In disease Surveillance:- Biostatistics is used to determine how disease develop progress and spread.
    (4) In promoting the Nursing profession with biostatistics Nurses engage in strategies to promote the positive image of the profession by constantly updating and improving our Nursing knowledge
    (5) A basic knowledge of statistics help Nurses provide patients with questions and often the reasurance they might need.

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  23. Name:Omotoso oluwatosin D
    Matric no:NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/058.
    1)Biostatistics is a statistical process and methods applied to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health and medicine.
    The discipline of biostatics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing ,analyzing, and interpreting it.
    2i)It is also use frequency charts or data sheets to document the timing of medication given to patients is another way that you will be using statistics.
    2ii)Biostatistics also help identify the causes and characteristics of cancer.
    2iii)Biostatistics helps nurses to communicate biostatistical research results to patients in easiest ways to understand.
    2iv): It assist in provision of empirical data for the allocation of public and private clinical funds.
    2v)Biostatistics is used to determine how diseases develop, progress and spread. For example, biostatisticians use statistics to predict the behavior of an illness like the flu. It's used to help predict the mortality rate, the symptoms and even the time of year people might get it.



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  24. Statistics is a branch of mathematics dealing with the collection, analysis, interpretation, presentation, and organization of data.

    2 Statistics is the science of collecting, analyzing and making inference from data. ... It is important for researchers and also consumers of research to understand statistics so that they can be informed, evaluate the credibility and usefulness of information, and make appropriate decisions.

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  25. Name:Ajasa Tinuade
    Matric no: Nd/hnd set 46/080
    Definition:
    Biostatistics is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology.. It can also be defined asthe branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms.
    Relevance:
    1.)Nurses can use data sheets or frequency charts for remembering the timings of medication given to the patients
    2.)Nurses can take advantage from the previous data archives to study the patterns of diseases in the patients.
    3.)Nurses can use the knowledge of statistics for seeing or forecasting the patterns of symptoms caused in the patients so that they can be well prepared for coping with the uncertain situations.
    4.)Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better respond to a patient 's changing medical status.

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  26. NAME: LAWAL ANUOLUWAPO AYOMIDE
    MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/042

    ASSIGNMENT
    1) Biostatistics also known as biometry deals with the statistical processes and methods applied to the analysis of biological phenomena. The science of biostatistics incorporates the design of biological experiments and interpretating the collection, summarization and analysis of data of those experiments
    2i) Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better respond to a patient 's changing medical status.

    ii) Even the use data sheets or frequency charts to document the timing of medications given to patients is a way nurses can use statistics.

    iii) Knowledge of statistics helps medical professionals evaluate studies that assess the efficacy of treatments and interventions.

    iv) Statistics in health care convey valuable information about the health of a society.

    v) Nursing knowledge based on empirical research plays a fundamental role in the development of evidence-based nursing practice.

    vi) The ability to interpret and use quantitative findings from nursing research is an essential skill for advanced practice nurses to ensure provision of the best care to individuals

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  27. NAME:BROWN JEWEL
    MATIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/Set 46/018
    DATE: 07/11/2021
    QUESTION;
    1. Define Biostatistics
    2. Application of biostatistics

    1. Biostatistics can simply be defined as the the branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms
    Further more, Biostatistics is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology. ... The discipline of biostatistics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing, and interpreting it, also known as biometry

    2. APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS;
    a. Medically; Biostatistics is well recognized as an essential tool in medical research, clinical research and health research. Biostatistics is the branch of statistics applied to biological areas or medical sciences or medical research. Biostatistics not only covers the health, medicine, and nutrition but also covers the agriculture, genetics, biology, biochemistry, demography, epidemiology, anthropology and many others. Biostatistics helps to evaluate many life and death issues in medicine. The aim of this article is to educate the medical residents about the applications of biostatistics so that the proper and accurate conclusions may be drawn from the study.
    b. Applying Biostatistics to Improve the Quality of Health Care, The application of statistics to biological and medical data promises to have a tremendous impact on the provision of health care and prevention of disease. The accurate interpretation of biostatistical data can serve as the foundation for efforts to improve public health and the quality of patient care. As with many burgeoning technologies, however, there is much uncertainty among nursing professionals about the role of biostatistics in health care.
    c. In relationship to Nursing, Familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies. It also enables them to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand. The analytical and interpretive concepts underlying biostatistics correspond to many advanced nursing practices, including the creation of more efficient care delivery systems and the development of individualized care strategies intended to improve patient outcomes.
    d. The knowledge of statistics are important because today we live in the informations world and much of this information are determined mathematically by statics help

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  28. NAME:POPOOLA TITILAYOMI
    MATRIC NO:NACON/ ND/ HND/ SET46/ 085
    1.what is biostatics?
    Biostatics is a branch of collection, analysis, interpretation , presentation and analysation of data
    2.Explain application of biostatistics in nursting
    I.Enhance patient care: Through statistics, nurses are able to prioritize treatments and determine whether a patient needs immediate medical attention or follow-up care. As a nurse, you will use statistics to identify specific patterns in important signs and symptoms and be able to respond better to any medical changes to your patient. Even using frequency charts or data sheets to document the timing of medication given to patients is another way that you will be using statistics.

    II.Support evidence-based nursing practices: The nursing profession is mostly based on empirical evidence that establishes effective protocols for patient care. However, for evidence-based practice to be well established in the nursing profession, nurses need basic statistics understanding to be able to read, comprehend, and interpret relevant literature.

    III.Compare options for nursing practice: Nurses use statistics to determine whether the nursing interventions of their choice are effective. For instance, through statistics, nurses are able to tell that neither replacing intravenous fluids, nor administration sets before a week can reduce infections. In some settings, nurses have to make several decisions during critical care and statistics knowledge comes in handy. Experience and emotional instinct aren’t enough to help make the right decisions.

    IV.Healthcare has become more complex and challenging: Nursing has become more challenging due to the plethora of electronic information and published literature that exist. Additionally, new knowledge meant to help improve patient care is always emerging which means that student nurses have to continue learning even after they enter the practice.

    V.Healthcare leadership demands knowledgeable and competent staff: Formal nursing education is an important component of the commitment to become a leader in the nursing profession. For one to become a nursing leader, they must be able to keep up with the current trends, be able to solve nursing related problems, and know about new technology that can improve patient care.

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  29. NAME: OGUNDEPO AGNES TOLUWASE
    MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/052

    1) DEFINITION OF BIOSTATISTICS.
    Biostatistics is the statistical processes and methods applied to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health, and medicine.

    2) APPLICATION
    1) Biostatistics helps nurses to enhance patient care.
    2) Biostatistics helps nurses to identify patterns in vital signs.
    3) Biostatistics helps nurses in the use of data sheets to document the timing of medications given to patient.
    4) Biostatistics helps nurses to evaluate studies that assess the efficacy of treatment and intervention
    5) Biostatistics helps nurses to apply most current and up to data research and evidence to patient care delivery.

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  30. Name: Idika Chimbueze Ndukwem
    Matric No: NACON ND/ HNDset 46/019


    1. Definition of biostatistics
    _Biostatistics is a branch of medicine that has to do with data relating to living organisms.it is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology,it provides tools and Technics for collecting data and then summarizing, analysing and interpreting it.

    2. Application of biostatistics to nursing.
    A. Biostatistics helps in the identification of patterns in vital signs and symptoms necessary for making Informed decisions to better the patient's changing condition.
    B. Biostatistics helps nurses in drug administration to patients to know the effect of drugs on the patient and to measure using observation if the patient's health is improving or deteriorating.
    C. Biostatistics is used in disease surveillance to determine how disease develop,progress and spread.
    D. Biostatistics enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the result of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in a way that is easy for them to understand.
    E. Biostatistics helps nurses to compare options for practice and to make right decision about patients and effective nursing intervention.
    F. Biostatistics helps in the correspondence to many advanced nursing practises, including the creation of more efficient care delivery systems and the development of individualized care strategies intended to improve patient outcomes.
    G. Biostatistics helps in maternity to know the extent of birth rate and death rate of the neonate in the hospital which may bring about improvement or locking down of a hospital.

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  31. NAME: OLUTADE BOLUWATIFE. E
    MATRIC: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/056

    1) Biostatistics, also biometry deals with the statistical processes and methods applied to the analysis of phenomena

    Biostatistics are statistical processes and methods applied to the collection, analysis and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health and nursing

    2i) Enhance patient care- Nurses are able to prioritize treatments and determine whether a patient needs immediate medical attention or follow up care

    ii) Support evidence-based nursing practice- The nursing profession is mostly based on empirical evidence that establishes effective protocols for patient care

    iii) Compare options for nursing practices- Nurses use statistics to determine whether the nursing intervention of their choice is effective, for instance through statistics, nurses are able to tell that neither replacing intravenous fluids nor administration set before a week can reduce infections

    iv) Nurses apply the most current and up to date research and evidence to patient care delivery using biostatics

    v) Nurses uses variety of information that needs statistical treatment of data

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  32. NAME: OKOH AGHOGHO DEBORAH
    MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/053
    ASSIGNMENT
    1. Define biostatistics
    Biostatistics are statistical processes and method applied to the collection, analysis and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology health and nursing.
    OR
    Biostatistics also called biometry deals with the statistical processes and method applied to the analysis of biological phenomena.

    2. Explain the application of biostatistics in nursing.

    1. To support evidence - based nursing practice: The nursing profession is mostly based on empirical evidence that establishes effective protocols for patient care.

    2. Nurses are able to use biostatistics to participate in research projects and communicate the results of biostatical research to patient and other health workers in ways that are easy for them understand.

    3. Statistics is an integral part of the nursing profession.

    4. It has a direct effect on patient care in a variety of settings as well as the potential to change policies and procedure on a wider scale.

    5. Statistics in healthcare conveys
    Valuable information about the health of a society.

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  33. Name: Felix Chioma Joy
    Matric No: Nacon ND/HND/set46/031


    1 Define Biostatistics
    Biostatistics is the application of statistics to biological systems and organisms involving the retrieval or collection, analysis, and interpretation of qualitative and quantitative data.

    2. Application of Biostatistics in Nursing.
    * It helps nurses apply the most current and up to date research and evidence to patient care delivery.

    *. Nurses also need to understand statistical concept such as validity, reliability, and statistical significance when reviewing healthcare research or consulting journals about best practices and new treatment for patients care.

    *. Biostatistics is used for evidence based practice and to improve patient care.

    *. Nurses use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decision to better respond to a patient changing medical status.

    *. Knowledge of Biostatistics helps medical professionals evaluate studies that assess the efficacy of treatment and intervention.

    *. Biostatistics convey valuable information about the health of a society.

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  34. Name: OYIBO DEBORAH
    Matric number: NACON/ND/HND/Set46/063.
    1. Definition of BIOSTATISTICS
    Biostatistics is the scientific process of collecting, collating, analysing, presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health related data in estimating the magnitude of associations and testing hypotheses or conclusion and decision making. It is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology.
    APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTIC IN NURSING.
    1. In disease surveillance: it's an information based activity involving the collection analysis and from a variety of sources.
    2. It is used in evaluation of health care is the critical assessment through rigorous processes of an aspect of health care assess whether it fulfils it's objectives.
    3. It is used in analysis of health and health related data: it's the process af analysing current and historical industry data to predict trends, improve outreach and even better manage the spread of disease.
    4. It's for biological sequence analysis: it compares, aligns, indexes and analyses biological sequences and this play a crucial role in bioinformatics and modern biology.
    5. It's used in ecological forecasting: uses knowledge of Physics, ecology and physiology to predict how ecological populations, communities or ecosystem will change in the future in response to environmental factors such as climate change.

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  35. Name: EZEOCHA MERCY NACON/ND/HND/SET46/029 BIOSTATISTICS ASSIGNMENT 1) define biostatistics: biostatistics is the application of statistics to a wide range of topics in biology.It encompasses the design of biological experiments especially in medicine,pharmacy,AgricultureAgriculture and fishery,The collectioncollection,summarization and analysis of data from those experiments and the interpretation and inference from the results. 2)Application of biostatistics in nursing. 1.Nurses can use statistics to identify pattern in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better respond to a patient's changing in medical status. 2. It helps nurses apply the most current and up to date research and evidence to patient care delivery. 3. The nurses can help patient understand the risks and side effects of certain treatment and procedures. 4. It helps nursing knowledge based on empirical research which plays fundamental role in the development of evidence based nursing practice. 5. It also enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patient and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.

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  36. Name:Ezeh Oluchukwu Felicity
    Matric number:NACON ND/HND SET 46/028.

    1. Definition of biostatistics.

    Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms.it embraces those techniques pertaining to health and health related sciences. Biostatistics is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology.The knowledge of this discipline provides tools and Technics for collecting data,summarizing, analysing and interpreting it.

    2. Application of biostatistics to nursing.

    I). Biostatistics helps in the identification of patterns in vital signs and symptoms necessary for making Informed decisions to better the patient's changing condition.
    II). Biostatistics helps nurses to compare options for practice and to make right decision about patients and effective nursing intervention.
    III). Biostatistics helps in the correspondence to many advanced nursing practises, including the creation of more efficient care delivery systems and the development of individualized care strategies intended to improve patient outcomes.
    IV). Biostatistics helps in maternity to know the extent of birth rate and death rate of the neonate in the hospital which may bring about necessary innovations.
    V). Biostatistics helps nurses in drug administration to patients to know the effect of drugs on the patient and to measure using observation if the patient's health is improving or deteriorating.
    VI). Biostatistics is used in disease surveillance to determine how disease develop,progress and spread.
    VII). Biostatistics enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the result of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in a way that is easy for them to understand.
    VIII). Biostatistics helps in the enhancement of patient care by helping the nurse prioritize treatment and determine if a patient needs immediate medical attention or follow up.

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  37. OMOSAYE SUCCESS
    NACON/ND/HND SET46/057

    1. Definition of biostatistics.

    Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms.it embraces those techniques pertaining to health and health related sciences. Biostatistics is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology.The knowledge of this discipline provides tools and Technics for collecting data,summarizing, analysing and interpreting it.

    2. Application of biostatistics to nursing.

    I). Biostatistics helps in the identification of patterns in vital signs and symptoms necessary for making Informed decisions to better the patient's changing condition.
    II). Biostatistics helps nurses to compare options for practice and to make right decision about patients and effective nursing intervention.
    III). Biostatistics helps in the correspondence to many advanced nursing practises, including the creation of more efficient care delivery systems and the development of individualized care strategies intended to improve patient outcomes.
    IV). Biostatistics helps in maternity to know the extent of birth rate and death rate of the neonate in the hospital which may bring about necessary innovations.
    V). Biostatistics helps nurses in drug administration to patients to know the effect of drugs on the patient and to measure using observation if the patient's health is improving or deteriorating.
    VI). Biostatistics is used in disease surveillance to determine how disease develop,progress and spread.
    VII). Biostatistics enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the result of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in a way that is easy for them to understand.

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  38. SAMUEL CHRISTIANA BEBEGYE NACON/ND/HND SET46/076
    ASSIGNMENT

    DEFINE BIOSTATISTICS
    Biostatistics is a scientific process of collecting, collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health related estimating and testing hypothesis.

    Question 2
    Application of biostatistics in nursing
    1:familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.

    2: biostatistics enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.

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  39. MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/045
    NAME: MAXWELL CHISOM ESTHER

    Assignment
    DEFINE BIOSTATISTICS: Biostatistical is defined as the processes and methods applied to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health, and medicine.
    (2): EXPLAIN THE APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING
    (1) IN PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY: Biostatistics is used to find the ranges of normality in variables such as weight and pulse rate etc in a population. It also helps to define the correlation between two variables such as height and weight.
    (2) IN PHARMACOLOGY: Biostatistics is used to compare the action of two different drugs or two successive dosages of the same drugs.
    (3) IN MEDICINE: Biostatistics has multiple uses in medicines such as comparing the efficacy of a particular drug such as assessing the percentage cured, dead or alive in experiment and control groups.
    (4) IN CLINICAL MEDICINE: Biostatistics is used as a tool in clinical medicine for the documentation of the history if medical disease designing and planning of conduction of clinical trials, assessing the merits and demerits of different procedures and methodologies
    (5)IN PREVENTIVE MEDICINE: Biostatistics is involved to introduce and promote health legislation. Moreover, it helps to find out the actual reason underlying the reason and evaluate the success rate of the health programs introduced in the community.
    (6) IN MODERN MEDICINE: Biostatistics helps to generate the facts and information on basis of statistical data like heart diseases is one of the leading causes of death in America.It also helps in analyzing data to determining the type and need of treatment during clinical trials.

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  40. Matric number :Nacon45/086
    Name: Raheem oluwatobiloba Evangeline

    Definition of biostatistics:
    It is the science of collecting and analyzing biologic or health data using statistical methods.

    Application of biostatistics:
    1. Familiarity with statistical principle helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.
    2. Enables them to participate in medical research project and communicate the result of biostatistics research to patient and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.
    3. In disease surveillance, biostatistics is used to determine how disease develop, progress and are spread among individuals.

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  41. NAME:MADU ROBINSON
    NACON NUMB:NACON ND/HND/SET46/044
    TOPIC:1Define Biostatistics.

    2 Explain the application of Biostatistics in Nursing

    SOLUTION

    1.Biostatistics is the science of collecting and analyzing biologic or health data using statistical methods.” The use of statistics in health care dates back more than a century to the earliest application of the scientific method in medical research. Many health care decisions are based in small or large part on the results of biostatistical research. 

    2.The application of statistics to nursing and medical data promises to have a tremendous impact on the provision of health care and prevention of disease. The accurate interpretation of biostatistical data can serve as the foundation for efforts to improve public health and the quality of patient care. As with many burgeoning technologies, however, there is much uncertainty among nursing professionals about the role of biostatistics in health care..

    Statistics in nursing are very important.
     Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better respond to a patient 's changing medical status.
     Even the use data sheets or frequency charts to document the timing of medications given to patients is a way nurses can use statistics.
     Knowledge of statistics helps medical professionals evaluate studies that assess the efficacy of treatments and interventions.
     Statistics in health care convey valuable information about the health of a society.
     Nursing knowledge based on empirical research plays a fundamental role in the development of evidence-based nursing practice.
     The ability to interpret and use quantitative findings from nursing research is an essential skill for advanced practice nurses to ensure provision of the best care .
     Statistics is integral part of the nursing profession.
     It has a direct affect on patient care in a variety of settings as well as the potential to change policies and procedure on a wider scale.

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  42. NACON ND/HND/SET46/061 OSSU ERIC ASHINEDU

    Biostatistics is the scientific process of collecting,collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health-related data in estimating the magnitude of associations and testing hypotheses.

    APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING.

    1; Whether it's monitoring a patient's mean arterial pressure or recording the growth percentile of an infant, nurses use statistical measures in their practice more often than they may realize.

    2; Using statistics and EBP helps nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery. A working knowledge of statistical terminology, including more common terms such as mean, median, mode, and average is essential.

    3; The knowledge of statistics helps the Nurse to understand statistical concepts such as validity, reliability, and statistical significance when reviewing healthcare research or consulting journals about best practices and new treatments for patient care.

    4; Teaching patients about what constitutes low- and high-risk behaviors often falls to nurses. They can help patients understand the risks and side effects of certain treatments and procedures.
    A basic knowledge of statistics helps nurses provide patients with fact-based answers to their questions and often the reassurance they might need.

    5; A number of advanced career positions — such as nurse educator, nursing instructor or professor, nurse researcher, or nurse manager — also require knowledge of statistics. It takes a graduate degree to qualify for some of these roles, with the BSN being a necessary first step.

    6; Statistical knowledge can also help nurse researchers recognize and interpret trends in healthcare data that inform improvements in patient care and result in cost savings.

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  43. MATRIC NO:- NACON/ND/HND/SET46/002
    NAME:-ABDULFATAI Y.

    ASSIGNMENT
    1.Define Biostatistics?
    (a). BIOSTATISTICS :-is the statistical process and method applied to the collection, analysis and interpretation of biological data especially
    data relating to human biology, health and medicine.
    (b) BIOSTATISTICS :can also be define as the application of statistical techniques to solve any related biological and medical problems

    2. Explain the application of Biostatistics in Nursing?
    1.Biostatistics help nurses to make proper decisions about patients care, to manage and administer medications, to chart symptoms and vital signs, and to contribute to medical research.

    2.Statistics plays a vital role in almost every field of studies in one way or another. It can be used in different applications. As in the field of nursing it can be used to calculate the arithmetic mean of the number of people who get examined each day and in the same manner the record can be maintained for a week, mint or even a year. Similarly data calculations can be used to have an analysis that how many patients have a particular kind of disease like HIV etc and this data can be used further by the hospitals to take more measure against it. A percentage calculated by the nurses can be useful in this regard. Similar techniques can be used by nurses

    3.Nurses can use the knowledge of biostatistics for seeing or forecasting the patterns of symptoms caused in the patients so that they can be well prepared for coping with the uncertain situations.

    4.The knowledge of biostatistics can prove to be highly beneficial for the people related to medical field. Nurses can take advantage from the previous data archives to study the patterns of diseases in the patients. They can use data sheets or frequency charts for remembering the timings of medication given to the patients. They can maintain the temporary record for the patient under her supervision who is admitted in the hospital. Since there are so many events which have reported death of patients because of small carelessness of nurses, it is very necessary for them to make use of the statistical techniques and data for the patients' dosages, drugs uses and side effects etc

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  44. NACON/ND/HND/ SET/023 EHINDERO A

    Define Biostatistics.
    Biostatistics is the scientific process of collecting,collating, analyzing,presenting, interpreting and disseminating health and health-related data in estimating the magnitude of associations and testing hypotheses.


    APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING.

    1; Whether it's monitoring a patient's mean arterial pressure or recording the growth percentile of an infant, nurses use statistical measures in their practice more often than they may realize.

    2; Using statistics and EBP helps nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery. A working knowledge of statistical terminology, including more common terms such as mean, median, mode, and average is essential.

    3; The knowledge of statistics helps the Nurse to understand statistical concepts such as validity, reliability, and statistical significance when reviewing healthcare research or consulting journals about best practices and new treatments for patient care.

    4; Teaching patients about what constitutes low- and high-risk behaviors often falls to nurses. They can help patients understand the risks and side effects of certain treatments and procedures.
    A basic knowledge of statistics helps nurses provide patients with fact-based answers to their questions and often the reassurance they might need.

    5; A number of advanced career positions — such as nurse educator, nursing instructor or professor, nurse researcher, or nurse manager — also require knowledge of statistics. It takes a graduate degree to qualify for some of these roles, with the BSN being a necessary first step.

    6; Statistical knowledge can also help nurse researchers recognize and interpret trends in healthcare data that inform improvements in patient care and result in cost savings.




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  45. Name :Enenmoh Benedicta Ngozi.
    Matricnumber- NACON/ND/HND/Set46/026.
    (1) Biostatistics(also known as biometry) are the development and application of statistical methods to a wide range of topics in biology. It encompasses the design of biological experiments, the collection and analysis of data from those experiments and the interpretation of the results.
    (2)
    History
    Research planning
    Analysis and data interpretation
    Statistical considerations
    Developments and Big Data
    Applications
    Tools
    Scope and training programs
    Specialized journals

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  46. NAME: Bintul John Ramdur
    MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND SET46/066
    1.i.BIOSTATISTICS can be define as the branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms.
    ii. BIOSTATISTICS can be define as the application of statistical principles (graphical displays and numerical summaries, data collection methods, probability, sampling distributions etc) to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology.
    2. APPLICATIONS OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING
    I. Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better respond to a patient 's changing medical status.
    II. Knowledge of statistics helps medical professionals evaluate studies that assess the efficacy of treatments and interventions.
    III.Even the use data sheets or frequency charts to document the timing of medications given to patients is a way nurses can use statistics.
    IV. Statistics in health care convey valuable information about the health of a society
    V. Nursing knowledge based on empirical research plays a fundamental role in the development of evidence-based nursing practice.
    VI. It has a direct affect on patient care in a variety of settings as well as the potential to change policies and procedure on a wider scale.
    VII. Statistics is integral part of the nursing profession
    VIII. The ability to interpret and use quantitative findings from nursing research is an essential skill for advanced practice nurses to ensure provision of the best care possible for our patients.

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  47. MATRIC NO.
    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/037
    NAME: ISIAKA BADIRAT

    ASSIGNMENT
    1. DEFINE BIOSTASTISTICS
    Biostatistics can be defined as the scientific approach to information and deals with theoretical and practical methods that can be use in collection of information, organization of information collected, summarizing of facts, presentation of data, analysis of data, interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health and medicine.

    2. APPLICATION OF BIOSTASTISTICS

    A. Biostatistics helps the nurse to apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.
    B. Nurses uses biostatistics to monitor patient's mean arterial pressure and also record the growth percentile of an infant.
    C. Biostatistics helps nurses provide patients with fact-based answer to their questions and often the reassurance they might need.
    D. The knowledge of biostatistics also helps nurse researcher to recognize and interpret trends in health care data that inform improvements in patients càre and result in result in cost savings.
    E. The ability to interpret and use quantitative findings from nursing research is an essential skill for advanced practice nurses to ensure provision of the best care .

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      The effect of menstrual discomfort on Nacon student

      Independant variable: Menstrual discomfort

      Dependant variable: Nacon student

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  48. NAME: Oshikhamele Jume Sherifat.
    MATRIC NO: Nacon set 46/ ND/HND /059

    Biostatistics can be define as the science of organizing, analyzing, interpreting and presenting of data for the purpose of effective decisions in clinical context.

    APPLICATIONS
    1. It's use to determine how disease develop, progress and spread.
    2. It's use to test vaccines in epidemiological studies.
    3. Statistics helps Nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.
    4. Biostatistics helps patients understand the risks and side effects of certain treatment and procedures.
    5. it also helps Medical personnel and nurses conduct and analyses certain disease conditions and their.
    6. Assessment of severity state of a patient with prognosis of outcome of a disease.
    7. It's use for analysis of genomic data.

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  49. Matric No
    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/077
    NAME: Udegbunam Chinaza
    Biostatistics Assignment
    1)Define Biostatistics
    Biostatistics (also known as biometry) can thebe defined as the development and application of statistical methods to a wide range of topics in biology. It encompasses the design of biological experiments,the collection and analysis of data from those experiments and the interpretation of the results.
    2) Explain the application of Biostatistics in Nursing
    1) Biostatistics familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies. It also enables them to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand. The analytical and interpretive concepts underlying biostatistics correspond to many advanced nursing practices, including the creation of more efficient care delivery systems and the development of individualized care strategies intended to improve patient outcomes.
    2)Using statistics and EBP helps nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.
    3)Nurses also need to understand statistical concepts such as validity, reliability, and statistical significance when reviewing healthcare research or consulting journals about best practices and new treatments for patient care.
    4)They need statistics knowledge so they can read and interpret nursing and medical research findings, use appropriate statistical methods to report their own research, understand when research findings are statistically significant, and determine if they are generalizable to certain groups of people.

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  50. MATRIC NO:
    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/004
    ADAM MOHAMMED

    DEFINATION OF BIOSTATISTICS
    Biostatistics is the statistical processes and methods of applied to the collection, analysis and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health and medicine

    APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING

    1. Official health statistics: cases of a disease over time
    2. Epidemiology e:g association exposure and outcome
    3. Clinical studies, e.g. comparison of treatments in clinical trials
    4. Microbiology, e.g. growth pattern
    5. Laboratory studies e.g.dose-response studies
    6. Health service administration, e.g with limited resources, there may be need to prioritize target groups for necessary interventions

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  51. Name :FAKIYESI ESTHER
    Matric number ;NACON/ND/HND/Set 46/030

    1. Biostatistics can be defined as the scientific application of statistics to health and health related information.

    2 Application of biostatistics

    A. The knowledge of biostatistics help nurses in the process of data collection from patient

    B. Biostatistics helps nurses in the process of data interpretation

    C. The knowledge of biostatistics help nurses to analyze data appropriately.

    D. The knowledge of biostatistics help nurses in the process of planning for health programs like immunization.

    E. Biostatistics helps nurses to know the efficacy of treatment.

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  52. *Matric Number:* NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/069
    *Name:* Sunday Daniel

    *Definition of Biostatistics*
    1. the branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms.
    2. Biostatistics is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology. However, The discipline of biostatistics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing, and interpreting it.

    *RELEVANCE Of BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING.**
    1. Enhance patient care: Through statistics, nurses are able to prioritize treatments and determine whether a patient needs immediate medical attention or follow-up care. As a nurse, you will use statistics to identify specific patterns in important signs and symptoms and be able to respond better to any medical changes to your patient. Even using frequency charts or data sheets to document the timing of medication given to patients is another way that you will be using statistics.

    2. Support evidence-based nursing practices: The nursing profession is mostly based on empirical evidence that establishes effective protocols for patient care. However, for evidence-based practice to be well established in the nursing profession, nurses need basic statistics understanding to be able to read, comprehend, and interpret relevant literature.

    3. Compare options for nursing practice: Nurses use statistics to determine whether the nursing interventions of their choice are effective. For instance, through statistics, nurses are able to tell that neither replacing intravenous fluids, nor administration sets before a week can reduce infections. In some settings, nurses have to make several decisions during critical care and statistics knowledge comes in handy. Experience and emotional instinct aren’t enough to help make the right decisions.

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  53. NAME: PTE ISAAC GRACE
    MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/036

    1) DEFINITION OF BIOSTATISTICS.
    Biostatistics is the statistical processes and methods applied to the collection, analysis, and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health, and medicine.

    2) APPLICATION
    1) Biostatistics helps nurses to enhance patient care.
    2) Biostatistics helps nurses to identify patterns in vital signs.
    3) Biostatistics helps nurses in the use of data sheets to document the timing of medications given to patient.
    4) Biostatistics helps nurses to evaluate studies that assess the efficacy of treatment and intervention
    5) Biostatistics helps nurses to apply most current and up to data research and evidence to patient care delivery.

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  54. Name: Ezeh Ngozi Rita
    Matric.no: Nacon/set46/027
    1)Definition of biostatistics
    Biostatistics is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology.
    2)APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING
    1)It helos the nurse to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better respond to a patient's changing medical status.
    2)It plays a fundamental role in the development of evidence based nursing practice
    3) It helps to have the ability to interpret and use quantitative findings from nursing research.

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  55. Name: Ajani Olabode
    Matric no: NACON ND/HND/set 46/009
    Assignment
    1) Definition of Biostatistics
    2) Application of Biostatistics in Nursing
    I) Definition of biostatistics: It can be define as a scientific approach to information and deal with theoretical
    and practical method that that can be used in; collection of information, organization of information collected, summarizing of fact, presentation of data, analysis of data, interpretation of data and use of data.
    2) Application of biostatistics in Nursing
    1) statistic enable us to understand our patients: it help us to confront the reality and it also help us to respond to their challenge scientifically and cognitively.
    2) with statistics, Nurses engage in strategies to promote the positive image of the professional by constantly updating and improving our nursing knowledge.
    3) statistics enable us to compare option for practice, such as knowledge on nursing care plan chat.
    4) statistics challenge us to rethink our assumption: the ability to compare and consider statistical data assists in making informed objective decisions and one that can be Defended .

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  56. Sabo patience onyeche
    Matric No :NACON/ND/HND/set 46/084
    Assignment
    (1) Definition of biostatistics
    (2) application of biostatistics in nursing

    1: Biostatistics can be defined as the development and application of statical method to a wide range of topics in biology. it encompasses the design of biological experiment, The collection of and analysis of data from those experiment and the interpretation of the results.

    Application of biostatistics in nursing
    * Biostatistics helps nurses to apply the most current and up-to- date research and evidence to patient care delivery
    * It enable nurses to participate in medical research project and communicate the results of biostatistics research to patient
    * It helps nurses to understand and evaluate the result of health care studies

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  57. Bitrus sunday
    NACON ND/HND set 46/017


    Assignment

    1) Biostatistics : is the statistical processes and methods applied to the collection , analysis and interpretation of biological data and especially data relating to human biology, health, and medicine.

    2i) it enables nurses to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand. A working knowledge of statistical terminology , including more common terms such as mean, median,mode and average is essential.

    2ii) A basic knowledge of statistics helps nurses provide patients with fact based answers to their question and often the reasurance they might need.

    2iii) Enhance patient care: through statistics ,nurses are able to prioritize treatments and determine whether a patient needs immediate medical attention or follow - up care.

    2iv) Using statistics and EBP helps nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.

    2v) Nurses also needs to understand statistical concepts such as validity, reliability,and statistical significance or consulting journals about best practices fir all client

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  58. Arojojoye Ruth
    Nacon/45/029
    Research Assignment

    A research topic: The influence of Information Communication Technology (ICT) on health care delivery among nurses in police hospital falomo

    Dependent variable: health care delivery
    Independent variable: information communication technology

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  59. NAME: BABALOLA EMMANUEL
    MATRIC NO: NACON/45/032
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    QUESTION

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.
    2. What is nursing research?
    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    1. DATA FOR MALE

    I. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 39.5cm

    II. Age: 34yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 41cm

    III. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 38cm

    IV. Age: 31yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 41.5cm

    V. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 59.5cm
    NECK: 35.7cm


    DATA FOR FEMALE

    I. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 58.2cm
    NECK: 35.5cm

    II. Age: 28yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 36.5cm

    III. Age: 28yrs
    Head: 57.5cm
    NECK: 33.5cm

    IV. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 59.5cm
    NECK: 39.5cm

    V. Age: 30yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 36.5cm


    2. Nursing research is a planned and systematic application of the scientific method to the study
    of problem.

    3. Topic: Effect of personal hygiene in the promotion of health.
    Independent Variable: Personal Hygiene
    Dependent Variable: Promotion of Health.

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  60. NAME: Dongnaan Alfred
    MATRIC NO: NACON/45/039
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    QUESTION

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.
    2. What is nursing research?
    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    1. DATA FOR MALE

    I. Age: 36yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 40cm

    II. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 39.2cm

    III. Age: 27yrs
    Head: 56.1cm
    NECK: 35cm

    IV. Age: 32yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 41.5cm

    V. Age: 30yrs
    Head: 58.5cm
    NECK: 40.2cm


    DATA FOR FEMALE

    I. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 50.2cm
    NECK: 37.5cm

    II. Age: 18yrs
    Head: 55.5cm
    NECK: 36.5cm

    III. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 57.5cm
    NECK: 40.5cm

    IV. Age: 27yrs
    Head: 56.5cm
    NECK: 36.5cm

    V. Age: 32yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 36.5cm


    2. Nursing research is a planned and systematic application of the scientific method to the study
    of problem.

    3. Topic: Assessment of Health care waste management practices among Health worker
    Independent Variable: waste management.
    Dependent Variable: Health worker

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  61. NAME: ABDULSALAM MUHAMMED
    MATRIC NO: NACON/45/001
    DATE: 1O/11/2021
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    QUESTION

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.
    2. What is nursing research?
    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    1. DATA FOR MALE

    I. Age: 32yrs
    Head: 55cm
    NECK: 36cm

    II. Age: 29yrs
    Head: 57cm
    NECK: 41cm

    III. Age: 33yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 39cm

    IV. Age: 30yrs
    Head: 54cm
    NECK: 37cm

    V. Age: 27yrs
    Head: 56.5cm
    NECK: 38.3cm


    DATA FOR FEMALE

    I. Age: 33yrs
    Head: 55.5cm
    NECK: 36cm

    II. Age: 36yrs
    Head: 57cm
    NECK: 33.5cm

    III. Age: 28yrs
    Head: 54.5cm
    NECK: 33cm

    IV. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 58.2cm
    NECK: 37cm

    V. Age: 25yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 34.5cm


    2. Nursing research is a develops knowledge about health and the promotion of health over the full lifespan, care of persons with health problems and disabilities, and nursing actions to enhance the ability of individuals to respond effectively to actual or potential health problems.

    3. Topic: Consequences of abortion among women's of reproductive age.
    Independent Variable: Abortion.
    Dependent Variable: women of reproductive age.

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  62. NAME: AYOSORE LAWAL
    MATRIC NO: NACON/45/060
    DATE: 08/11/2021
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    QUESTION

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.
    2. What is nursing research?
    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    1. DATA FOR MALE

    I. Age: 27yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 38.5cm

    II. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 55cm
    NECK: 36.5cm

    III. Age: 31yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 38cm

    IV. Age: 29yrs
    Head: 57cm
    NECK: 41cm

    V. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 57cm
    NECK: 34.3cm


    DATA FOR FEMALE

    I. Age: 28yrs
    Head: 54.2cm
    NECK: 33cm

    II. Age: 25yrs
    Head: 56.5cm
    NECK: 35.cm

    III. Age: 23yrs
    Head: 54cm
    NECK: 35.5cm

    IV. Age: 36yrs
    Head: 57.5cm
    NECK: 33.5cm

    V. Age: 33yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 36.5cm


    2. Nursing research can be describe as a systematic application of the scientific method to the study
    of problem.

    3. Topic: Effects of Child abuse in the community.
    Independent Variable: Child abuse
    Dependent Variable: Community.

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  63. NAME: SILAS MURPHY
    MATRIC NO: NACON/45/092
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    QUESTION

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.
    2. What is nursing research?
    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    1. DATA FOR MALE

    I. Age: 23yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 37cm

    II. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 42cm

    III. Age: 34yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 42cm

    IV. Age: 30yrs
    Head: 57cm
    NECK: 38cm

    V. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 55cm
    NECK: 36cm


    DATA FOR FEMALE

    I. Age: 20yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 37cm

    II. Age: 21yrs
    Head: 61cm
    NECK: 30cm

    III. Age: 19yrs
    Head: 62cm
    NECK: 34cm

    IV. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 31cm

    V. Age: 20yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 35cm


    2. Nursing research is a planned and systematic application of the scientific method to the study of problem.

    3. Topic: Importance of pediatric care on prevention of child mortality and morbidity
    Independent Variable: Pediatric care
    Dependent Variable: Prevention of child mortality and morbidity.

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  64. NAME: SAMAILA UMAR
    MATRIC NO: NACON 45/088
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    QUESTION

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.
    2. What is nursing research?
    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    1. DATA FOR MALE

    I. Age: 33yrs
    Head: 57cm
    NECK: 39.cm

    II. Age: 32yrs
    Head: 57cm
    NECK: 40cm

    III. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 38cm

    IV. Age: 31yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 41.cm

    V. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 59.5cm
    NECK: 35.cm


    DATA FOR FEMALE

    I. Age: 27yrs
    Head: 58.cm
    NECK: 35.5cm

    II. Age: 30yrs
    Head: 55cm
    NECK: 36.cm

    III. Age: 28yrs
    Head: 57cm
    NECK: 33cm

    IV. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 59.5cm
    NECK: 39.5cm

    V. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 36.5cm


    2. Nursing research is a planned and systematic application of the scientific method to the study
    of problem.

    3. Topic: Effect of environmental hygiene on academic performance of student in Nigerian Army college of Nursing.
    Independent Variable: Environmental Hygiene
    Dependent Variable: Student academic performance

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  65. NAME: PETER FRIDAY OJO
    MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/065
    BIOSTATISTICS ASSIGNMENT
    1) WHAT IS BIOSTATISTICS?
    Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms. This is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology. The discipline of biostatistics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing and interpreting it.
    Biostatistics embraces those techniques pertaining to health and health-related sciences.
    2)APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING
    I) Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better the patient’s changing condition.
    II) Statistics helps Nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.
    III)Biostatistics helps patients understand the risks and side effects of certain treatment and procedures.
    IV) it also helps Medical personnel and nurses conduct and analyses certain disease conditions and their treatment.
    V) It also helps in the analysis of health related data and information and making facilities in Vogue known to people. E.g latest ICU machine, Blood pressure machine

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  66. NIGERIN ARYM COLLEGE OF NURSING YABA, LAGOS.
    MATRIC NO: NACON/45/024
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    QUESTION

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.
    2. What is nursing research?
    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    1. DATA FOR MALE

    I. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 39.5cm

    II. Age: 34yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 41cm

    III. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 38cm

    IV. Age: 31yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 41.5cm

    V. Age: 35yrs
    Head: 59.5cm
    NECK: 35.7cm


    DATA FOR FEMALE

    I. Age: 25rs
    Head: 57.2cm
    NECK: 34.5cm

    II. Age: 28yrs
    Head: 55cm
    NECK: 36.5cm

    III. Age: 28yrs
    Head: 57.5cm
    NECK: 33.5cm

    IV. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 55.5cm
    NECK: 36.5cm

    V. Age: 29yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 34cm


    2. Nursing research is a planned and systematic application of the scientific method to the study
    of problem.

    3. Topic: Effect of Stress on health care worker
    Independent Variable: effect of stress
    Dependent Variable: health care worker


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  67. MATRIC NO: NACON/45/090
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    QUESTION

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.
    2. What is nursing research?
    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    1. DATA FOR MALE

    I. O. G
    Age: 24yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 38cm

    II. J. A
    Age: 27yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 37cm

    III. M. S
    Age: 37yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 38cm

    IV. S. D
    Age: 28yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 38cm

    V. M. U
    Age: 27yrs
    Head: 55cm
    NECK: 38cm


    DATA FOR FEMALE

    I. J. A
    Age: 21yrs
    Head: 55cm
    NECK: 30cm

    II. A. O
    Age: 18 yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 31cm

    III. A. R
    Age: 29yrs
    Head: 55cm
    NECK: 31cm

    IV. C. W
    Age: 27yrs
    Head: 56cm
    NECK: 34cm

    V. A. D
    Age: 22yrs
    Head: 58cm
    NECK: 31cm


    2. Nursing research is a systematic approach using scientific method to solve problems and answer questions.

    3. Topic: Stress and Coping Strategies Among Student Nurses Attending Nigerian Army College Of Nursing Yaba, Lagos State.
    Independent Variable: coping strategies among student
    Dependent Variable: stress

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  68. Name :Abdullahi Hassan Matric/No: Nacon /ND/HND/Set46/003

    Assignment

    Biostatistics are the development and application of statistical methods to a wide range of topics in biology. It encompasses the design of biological experiments, the collection and analysis of data from those experiments and the interpretation of the results.


    2a. Biostatistics is used to determine how diseases develop, progress and spread. For example, biostatisticians use statistics to predict the behavior of an illness like the flu. It's used to help predict the mortality rate, the symptoms and even the time of year people might get it
    b. Familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies. It also enables them to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand.
    c. Biostatistics help design, manage and analyze cancer clinical trials. They also help identify the causes and characteristics of cancer. Oncologists rely on these numbers to recommend treatments for their cancer patients

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  69. AGUNLOKO DEBORAH

    NACON/45/013

    Record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.

    What is nursing research?

    Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    DATA FOR MALE

    l. Age: 38yrs Head: 56.3cm NECK: 37cm

    ll. Age: 37 years Head: 58cm, Neck: 38cm

    Ill. Age: 32 years, Head: 57cm, NECK: 39cm

    IV. Age: 27 years, Head: 59cm, NECK: 37cm

    V. Age: 25 Head: 56cm, NECK: 37cm

    DATA FOR FEMALE

    l. Age: 29 years Head: 55cm, NECK: 36cm

    l l. Age: 35 years Head: 57cm, NECK: 37cm

    I ll. Age: 27 years, Head: 56cm, NECK: 34cm

    IV. Age: 28 years, Head: 54cm, NECK: 34cm

    V.Age: 21, Head: 52cm, NECK: 31 cm



    Nursing research is a planned and systematic application of the scientific method to the study of problem.

    Topic: Knowledge of the cause and prevention of Anaemie in pregnancy among Pregnant Mothers

    Independent Variable: Anaemie

    Dependent Variable: Pregnant Mothers

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  70. NAME: OGBONNA OLUCHUKWU SMITH
    MATRIC NO: NACON/44/061
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    QUESTION

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.
    2. What is nursing research?
    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.

    ANSWERS

    1. DATA FOR MALE

    I. Age: 26yrs
    Head: 23.5cm
    NECK: 16cm

    II. Age: 36yrs
    Head: 23cm
    NECK: 17cm

    III. Age: 23yrs
    Head: 21cm
    NECK: 13cm

    IV. Age: 19yrs
    Head: 22cm
    NECK: 15cm

    V. Age: 25yrs
    Head: 24cm
    NECK: 16cm


    DATA FOR FEMALE

    I. Age: 28yrs
    Head: 59cm
    NECK: 34cm

    II. Age: 21yrs
    Head: 23cm
    NECK: 13cm

    III. Age: 18yrs
    Head: 23cm
    NECK: 12cm

    IV. Age: 19yrs
    Head: 22cm
    NECK: 12cm

    V. Age: 29yrs
    Head: 57cm
    NECK: 37cm


    2. Nursing research is a developed knowledge about health and promotion of health over the full lifespan, care of persons with health problems and disabilities and nursing actions to enhance the ability of individuals to respond effectively actual or potential health problems. .

    3. Topic: The effect of sexual activities among nursing students of Nigeria college of nursing.
    Independent Variable: Sexual Activities
    Dependent Variable: Among Nursing Student

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  71. Name:Balogun Akeem opeyemi
    matric no: Nacon/ND/ HND/set46/014

    Assignment

    1) WHAT IS BIOSTATISTICS?
    Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms. This is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology. The discipline of biostatistics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing and interpreting it.
    Biostatistics embraces those techniques pertaining to health and health-related sciences.

    2) Application of biostatistics in Nursing
    1) statistic enable us to understand our patients: it help us to confront the reality and it also help us to respond to their challenge scientifically and cognitively.
    2) with statistics, Nurses engage in strategies to promote the positive image of the professional by constantly updating and improving our nursing knowledge.
    3) statistics enable us to compare option for practice, such as knowledge on nursing care plan chat.
    4) statistics challenge us to rethink our assumption: the ability to compare and consider statistical data assists in making informed objective decisions and one that can be Defended .

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  72. NAME: AGINAH PERPETUA
    MAT. NO.: NACON/45/010
    COURSE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY.
    ASSIGNMENT:

    1. Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.

    Males
    A. Name: Morre
    Age:35yrs
    Head:57cm
    Neck:38cm

    B. Name: Affa
    Age: 35yrs
    Head: 56.5cm
    Neck: 37cm

    C. Name: Bibian
    Age: 26yrs
    Head: 56cm
    Neck: 36cm

    D. Name: Shin
    Age: 36yrs
    Head: 59cm
    Neck: 43cm

    E.Name: Raph
    Age: 24yrs
    Head: 58cm
    Neck: 39cm

    Females
    A. Name: Chiko
    Age: 20yrs
    Head: 59cm
    Neck: 36cm

    B. Name: Sulla
    Age: 28yrs
    Head: 53cm
    Neck: 32cm

    C. Name: Stella
    Age: 19yrs
    Head: 56cm
    Neck: 32cm

    D. Name: Chima
    Age: 19yrs
    Head: 55cm
    Neck: 33cm

    E. Name: Tama
    Age: 32yrs
    Head: 59cm
    Neck: 38cm

    2. What is nursing research?
    Nursing research is a systematic enquiry that uses logical scientific method to answer questions or solve problems. It can be viewed as the collection of data in a rigorous control situation for the purpose of prediction and explanation. It is a scientific process because the results are variables. It is also stated as a systematic search for answers to questions about facts and relationship between facts.

    3. Write a topic of your own and identify the two(2) variables.
    Investigation into the effects of diabetes mellitus in the aged.
    Independent variable: diabetes mellitus
    Dependent variable: the aged.

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  73. Name= OMOSAYE SUCCESS
    Matric No.= NACON/ND/HND SET 46/057
    Course= RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

    ASSIGNMENT

    Measure and record in centimeters(cm) the girth(head) and neck circumference of 5 males and 5 females according to their age.

    ANSWERS

    MALE DATA

    1. Name= SUCCESS
    Age = 28
    Head = 57
    Neck = 40

    2. Name= MADU
    Age = 24
    Head = 58
    Neck = 37

    3. Name= BITRUS
    Age = 25
    Head = 57
    Neck = 37

    4. Name= JOHN
    Age = 27
    Head = 57
    Neck = 38

    5. Name=IDIKA
    Age = 25
    Head = 59
    Neck = 41

    FEMALE DATA

    1. Name= MERCY
    Age = 28
    Head = 59
    Neck = 35

    2. Name=JUDITH
    Age = 25
    Head = 58
    Neck = 33

    3. Name= MAX
    Age = 22
    Head = 60
    Neck = 34

    4. Name= ENEMEN
    Age = 20
    Head = 58
    Neck = 35

    5. Name= EVELYN
    Age = 25
    Head = 58
    Neck = 33


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  74. Onoja gift ene
    Nacon/nd/hnd/set46/083
    Assignment
    1)Define Biostatistics
    Biostatistics (also known as biometry) can thebe defined as the development and application of statistical methods to a wide range of topics in biology. It encompasses the design of biological experiments,the collection and analysis of data from those experiments and the interpretation of the results.
    2) Explain the application of Biostatistics in Nursing
    1) Biostatistics familiarity with statistical principles helps nurses understand and evaluate the results of health care studies. It also enables them to participate in medical research projects and communicate the results of biostatistical research to patients and other health care workers in ways that are easy for them to understand. The analytical and interpretive concepts underlying biostatistics correspond to many advanced nursing practices, including the creation of more efficient care delivery systems and the development of individualized care strategies intended to improve patient outcomes.
    2)Using statistics and EBP helps nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.
    3)Nurses also need to understand statistical concepts such as validity, reliability, and statistical significance when reviewing healthcare research or consulting journals about best practices and new treatments for patient care.
    4)They need statistics knowledge so they can read and interpret nursing and medical research findings, use appropriate statistical methods to report their own research, understand when research findings are statistically significant, and determine if they are generalizable to certain groups of people.

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  75. Matric number: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/008
    NAME: AGBIWE SHARON
    ASSIGNMENT
    1. What is biostatistics
    2. Explain application of biostatistics in nursing

    1. Biostatistics is the study of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms which provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing and interpreting it.

    2i.IN DISEASE CONDITION:This biostatistics helps the nurses mainly during Corona virus pandemic to know the actual patient been treated and survived and the number of Dead once.
    2ii. ADMINSTRATION OF DRUGS TO A PATIENT ON ADMISSION: With the help of biostatistics it help the nurses to know
    the effect of drugs on in patient life weather it's improving the health care or causing more harm to the patient.
    2iii. IN RESEARCH CASE: This biostatistics helps the nurses during research concerning a particular condition and how to provide solution to that case.
    2iv. with statistics, Nurses engage in strategies to promote the positive image of the professional by constantly updating and improving our nursing knowledge.
    2v. statistics enable us to compare option for practice, such as knowledge on nursing care plan chat.

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  76. ADEWA O.I
    NACON ND/HND /SET 46/007
    Assignment
    What is Nursing research

    Nursing research is a scientific process that validates and refines existing Knowledge and generates new knowledge that directly and indirectly influence nursing research .It is the key to building an evidence based practice for nursing.
    Nursing as an evidence based area of practice has been developing since the time of Florence Nightingale to the present day,where many nurses now work as researchers the based in universities as well as in health care setting.


    2)Write a topic of your own and identity the two variables.

    Factors responsible for the increase in school fees among student nurses in Nigeria army college of nursing.

    Independent variable:the increase in school fees
    Dependent variable: Students nurses

    The effect of failure among student nurses in Nigeria army college of nursing.

    Independent variable: failure

    Dependent variable: Nursing student.

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  77. NAME: BALOGUN DEBORAH OPEYEMI
    MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/015
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT
    1. What is a nursing research?
    Nursing research is a rigorous scientific inquiry that provides a significant body of knowledge to advance nursing practice, shape health policy and impact the health of people
    2. Write a topic of your own and identify the two variables
    Topic: Knowledge and practice of infection control among nurses
    Independent variable: Infection control
    Dependent variable: Nurses

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  78. NAME: Kwada Marry
    MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/041
    BIOSTATISTICS ASSIGNMENT
    1) WHAT IS BIOSTATISTICS?
    Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms. This is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology. The discipline of biostatistics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing and interpreting it.
    Biostatistics embraces those techniques pertaining to health and health-related sciences.
    2)APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING
    I) Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better the patient’s changing condition.
    II) Statistics helps Nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.
    III)Biostatistics helps patients understand the risks and side effects of certain treatment and procedures.
    IV) it also helps Medical personnel and nurses conduct and analyses certain disease conditions and their treatment.
    V) It also helps in the analysis of health related data and information and making facilities in Vogue known to people. E.g latest ICU machine, Blood pressure machine etc

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  79. NAME: OBIEZEONU CHISOM SCHOLASTICA
    MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/ SET46/049
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT
    Question
    Write a Concept for Research.
    Answer
    The Effect Of Family Planing On Modern Day Parents.

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  80. Jolayemi Aanuoluwa
    Nacon/Nd/Hnd/Set 46/039


    Biostatistics is an aspect of Medicine that deals with the collection of data, processing and input of data in the analysis of the general health condition for a given number of test subjects

    Importance of Biostatistics
    1. It provides data to identify risk factors for a disease.
    2. It's helps a nurse to participate effectively in research
    3. It helps to monitor clinical trials and testing and to evaluate them correctly

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  81. NAME:EZEH OLUCHUKWU FELICITY
    MATRIC NUMBER:NACON/ND/HND/SET46/028.

    1) Definition of nursing research

    Nursing research is a research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices.According to American Association of Colleges of nursing,rigorous nursing research provides a body of knowledge that helps advance nursing practice.The findings of such scientific inquiry may also help shape health policy and contribute to global healthcare.

    2).My own topic and identification of the two variables.

    -The effect of poor nutrition on pregnant women.

    Independent variable: Poor Nutrition.
    Dependent variable: pregnant women.

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  82. NAME: ADEGBESAN ADEBOMILEHIN SANDRA
    MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/005

    ASSIGNMENT
    1. WHAT IS NURSING RESEARCH?
    Nursing research is a process of finding out the solution to a problem.It is a sequence of activities which when followed enables the investigator to achieve his aim.

    2.WRITE A TOPIC OF YOUR OWN AND IDENTIFY THE TEO DIFFERENT VARIABLES.

    The effect of personal hygiene in females.

    -Personal hygiene is the Independent Variable
    -Females is the Dependent Variable.

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  83. NAME: OBIEZEONU CHISOM SCHOLASTICA
    MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/049
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT
    Nursing Research is a research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices. Nursing research develops knowledge about health and the promotion of health over the full life-span, care of persons with health problems and disabilities and nursing actions to enhance the ability of individuals to respond effectively to actual and potential health problems. Nursing as an evidence-based area of practice, has been developing since the time of Florence Nightingale to the present day, where many nurses work as researchers based in universities as well as in the health care setting.
    2. Concept: THE EFFECTS OF FAMILY PLANNING ON MODERN DAY PARENTS.
    1) Independent Variable: FAMILY PLANNING
    2) Dependent Variable: MODERN DAY PARENTS.

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  85. NAME: BROWN JEWEL
    MATRIC NO: Nacon/ND/HND/ Set 46/018
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT QUESTION
    1. What is Nursing Research
    According to the National Center for Nursing Research (NCNR) (1998), “Nursing research is the testing of knowledge that can be used to guide nursing practice. It is concerned with examining questions and verifying interventions based on human experiences.” Nursing research develops knowledge about health and the promotion of health over the full lifespan, care of persons with health problems and disabilities, and nursing actions to enhance the ability of individuals to respond effectively to actual or potential health problems.
    2. Write your own topic to identify the two variables.
    A. INDEPENDENT VARIABLE: Poor Feeding habits/ nutrition
    B. Parenting.

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  87. NAME: OGUNDEPO AGNES TOLUWASE
    MSTRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/052
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT
    1) Wat is nursing research
    Nursing research is a systematic, scientific inquiry to answer specific questions or test hypotheses. It also helps nurses to create a new solution to old problems or validate existing knowledge and methods.

    2) Write your own topic and identify the two variables.

    Topic: The effect of hard drugs on youth.
    A. Independent variable: Hard drugs
    B: Dependent variable: Youth.

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  88. Name:omotoso oluwatosin Deborah
    Matric no:Nacon/nd/hnd/set 46/058
    1.Nursing research is research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices. Nursing, as an evidence-based area of practice, has been developing since the time of Florence Nightingale to the present day, where many nurses now work as researchers based in universities as well as in the health care setting. 

    2)The effect of exposure of nicotine on developing foetus .

    Independent Variable:presence of nicotine.
    Dependant variable:the developing foetus

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  90. NAME: LAWAL ANUOLUWAPO AYOMIDE
    MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/042
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT
    Nursing Research is a testing of knowledge that can be used to guide nursing practice. It is concerned with examining questions and verifying interventions based on human experience. This definition is according to National Centers for Nursing Research (NCNR) in 1998.

    2. Concept: THE EFFECTS OF AGING ON IMMUNE SYSTEM .
    1) Independent Variable: AGING
    2) Dependent Variable: IMMUNE SYSTEM

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  91. NAME:OTTI STEPHANIE NJIDEKA

    MATRIC NUMBER:NACON/ND/HND/SET46/062

    1) Definition of nursing research

    Nursing research is a research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices.According to American Association of Colleges of nursing,rigorous nursing research provides a body of knowledge that helps advance nursing practice.The findings of such scientific inquiry may also help shape health policy and contribute to global healthcare.

    2). Topic and identification

    -The effect of malnutrition on child development

    Independent variable:
    Malnutrition

    Dependent variable: Child development

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  92. NAME: Osita Ebube Grace
    MATRIC NUMBER:NACON/ND/HND/SET46/060
    Research assignment

    1) Definition of nursing research

    Nursing research is a research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices and a body of knowledge that enhance nursing practices.

    2). Context and identification

    -The effect of parental guidance in child training

    Independent variable:
    Parental guidance

    Dependent variable: Child training

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  93. SHARAFADEEN RAHMAT

    MATRIC NUMBER:NACON/ND/HND/SET46/068
    Research assignment

    1) Definition of nursing research

    Nursing research is a research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices and a body of knowledge that enhance nursing practices.

    2). Context and identification
    - The effect of diabetes on wounded aged individual
    - Blood sugar
    - Diabette
    - Causes of diabetes
    - Blood sugar range
    - Insulin effect/ Glucagon effect
    - Effect of Diabetes

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  94. MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/053
    NAME: OKOH AGHOGHO DEBORAH
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT

    1.) What is a nursing research?
    Nursing research is a formal, systematic and rigorous process of inquiry used by nurses to generate and test the concepts and position that constitute middle range nursing theories, which are derived from or linked with a conceptual model of nursing.

    2.) Write a topic of your own and identify the two variables?

    Topic: The effect of ideal personal hygiene on an individual.

    Independent variable: ideal personal hygiene

    Dependent variable: individual.


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  95. MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/056
    NAME: OLUTADE BOLUWATIFE EUNICE

    1) What is Nursing Research
    According to the National center of Nursing Research (NCNR) in 1998
    Nursing Research is the testing of knowledge that can be used to guide nursing practice. It is concerned with examining questions and verifying intervention based on human experiences

    Nursing Research is also a research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices


    2) Write a topic of your own and identify your two variables

    Topic: The effects of drug abuse on young adults

    Independent variable:drug abuse
    Dependent variable: young adults

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  96. Name: Agbiwe Sharon
    Matric number: NACON/ ND/HND/SET46/008
    ASSIGNMENT
    1 What is nursing research
    Answer:
    According to the National center of Nursing Research (NCNR) in 1998
    Nursing Research is the testing of knowledge that can be used to guide nursing practice. It is concerned with examining questions and verifying intervention based on human experiences
    2.Write a topic of your own and identify your two variables
    Answer
    Topic: The effects of hazard on prenatal development
    Independent variable:hazards
    Dependent variable: prenatal development

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  97. Fakiyesi Esther
    Nacon/ND/HND/set 46/030
    Assignment

    1.what is nursing research
    Nursing research is a systematic process of finding solution to already existing problem in nursing practice.

    2.write a topic on your own and identify the dependent and independent variable

    Topic:The effect of malnutrition on children's health.
    Independent variable: malnutrition
    Dependent variable: children's health

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  98. Name :AROGUN OMOLEWA OYINKANSOLA
    Matric no: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/081
    Question 1: Definition of Nursing Research?
    Nursing Research develops knowledge about health and the promotion of health over the full lifespan, care of persons with health problems and disabilities and nursing actions to enhance the ability of individuals to respond effectively to actual or potential health problems...

    Question 2) application of Nursing research?.
    I) It helps them advance their field, stay updated and offer better patient care.
    II) It can also help nurses to use information literacy skills more effectively to develop their own conclusions..
    III) Research also helps nursing respond to changes in the health care environment, patient and government regulations....
    Question 3) write a topic and outline the dependent and independent variable?

    The effects of cardiac exercise on patients with cardiamyopathy..
    Independent variable : cardiac exercise
    Dependent variable :Patients with cardiac myopathy...

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  99. NAME:BAROVBE MARY UFUOMA
    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/016
    ASSIGNMENT
    1.Define nursing research

    Nursing research is a research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices.

    2. Write a topic and outline the independent and dependent variable.

    Topic: Common birth defects amongst infants in Nigeria
    *Independent variable- birth defects
    *Dependent variable- infant's

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  100. Matric no:Nacon/nd/hnd/set46/080
    Year 2
    Ajasa Tinuade Stephanie

    1.)What's nursing research?
    Answer:
    Nursing research is research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices. Nursing, as an evidence-based area of practice, has been developing since the time of Florence Nightingale to the present day, where many nurses now work as researchers based in universities as well as in the health care setting.

    2.)Write a topic and outline the independent and dependent variable.
    Answer:
    The effect of environmental sanitation on the environment
    Independent variable: Effect of environmental sanitation
    Dependent variable:Environment

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  101. NACON ND/HND/SET 46/007
    ADEWA O.I
    Assignments

    Application of research in nursing

    1)It helps them advance their field, stay updated and offer better patient care.

    2)Acquire the best evidence through a thorough search .

    3)Construct a Clinical question derived from the patients problem

    4)Assess the patient and the need for change.

    5)It help appraise the evidence for validity and usefulness

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  102. NAME: Idika Chimbueze Ndukwem
    MATRIC NUMBER:NACON/ND/HND/SET46/019

    1) Definition of nursing research

    Nursing research is a research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices.According to American Association of Colleges of nursing,rigorous nursing research provides a body of knowledge that helps advance nursing practice.The findings of such scientific inquiry may also help shape health policy and contribute to global healthcare.

    2).My own topic and identification of the two variables.

    -The effect of gastroenteritis on Nigerian children

    Independent variable: gastroenteritis
    Dependent variable: Nigerian children

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  103. NAME: EZEOCHA MERCY
    MATRIC NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/029.

    ASSIGNMENT :
    1) NURSING RESEARCH : it can be defined as a research that provides evidence used to support nursing practice.
    Nursing research develops knowledge about health and the promotion of health over the lifespan, care of persons with health problems and disabilities and nursing actions to enhance the ability of individuals to respond effectively to actual or potential health problems.


    2) RESEARCH TOPIC

    1) the investigation of family planning on health status of women in yaba.

    * family planning is independent variable.
    ** health status of women in Yaba.

    OR
    2) The assessment of nutrition therapy on peptic ulcer patient in falomo hospital Lagos.
    * nutrition therapy is independent variable.
    ** peptic ulcer patient in falomo hospital Lagos is dependent variable.

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  104. Name: Muhammad Maimuna
    Matric no: Nacon/ND/HND/Set46/078
    Assignment
    1) Define biostatistics
    2) Application of biostatistics to nursing:
    *Answers*
    1)Biostatistics are the development and application of statistical methods to a wide range of topics in biology. It encompasses the design of biological experiments, the collection and analysis of data from those experiments and the interpretation of the results.

    2)Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better respond to a patient 's changing medical status.
    ii) Even the use data sheets or frequency charts to document the timing of medications given to patients is a way nurses can use statistics.
    iii) Knowledge of statistics helps medical professionals evaluate studies that assess the efficacy of treatments and intervention
    iv)Biostatistics help Nurses to understand and evaluate the results of health care studies.
    v)biostatistics enables Nurses to participate in medical research.
    vi)In disease Surveillance:- Biostatistics is used to determine how disease develop progress and spread.

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  105. Name: Muhammad Maimuna
    Matric no:Nacon/ND/HND/Set46/078
    Assignment
    1)Definition of Nursing research
    2)Write a topic and outline the independent and dependent variable.
    Answers:
    1)Nursing research is research that provides evidence used to support nursing practices. Nursing, as an evidence-based area of practice, has been developing since the time of Florence Nightingale to the present day, where many nurses now work as researchers based in universities as well as in the health care setting.
    2)Effect of jaundice on children
    Independent variable: effect of jaundice
    Dependent variable: children

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  106. Oyibo Deborah Ejiro
    NACON/ND/HND SET46/063
    1. Nursing research is a process of finding out the solution to a problem. It is a sequence of activities which when followed enables the investigator to receive his aim. It involves scientific inquiry and so would require knowledge of the characteristics of scientific method. Research is a systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources inorder to establish facts and reach new conclusions.
    2. Importance of research in Nursing
    1. To improve nursing standards.
    2. To improve nursing education system.
    3. To become dynamic.
    4. To solve daily obstacle.
    5. To help nurses investigate regarding various method of treatment in advanced form.
    6. To invent new techniques.
    7. To save nursing profession legally.
    8. To provide cost effective patient care.
    3. CONCEPT:
    AN INVESTIGATION OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE IN AFRICAN ADULTS.

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  107. OBIEZEONU CHISOM SCHOLASTICA
    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/049
    RESEARCH ASSIGNMENT
    CONCEPT: CONTRACEPTION

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  108. LAWAL ANUOLUWAPO AYOMIDE
    MATRIC NO: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/042

    CONCEPT: CHILD ABUSE

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  109. Matric no:Nacon/nd/hnd/set46/080
    Year 2
    Ajasa Tinuade Stephanie
    Concept: Environmental sanitation

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  110. NAME:EZEOCHA MERCY
    MATRIC NUMBER:NACON/ND/HND/SET/46/029.

    ASSIGNMENT:
    Write you're topic concept.

    TOPIC CONCEPT: FAMILY PLANNING.

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  111. Nacon/nd/hnd/set 46/027
    Ezeh Ngozi Rita
    Research Assignment:
    Topic concept:
    Malaria

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  112. Name: Felix Chioma Joy
    Matric number: NACON/ND/HND/ SET46/031

    Assignment:
    Research concept

    Causes of Infertility in women

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  113. Nacon/ND/HND/46/031


    Research assignment:
    What is nursing research?
    Important of nursing research to nursing.

    According to National Center for Nursing Research (NCNR) in 1998, Nursing Research is the testing of knowledge that can be used to guide nursing practice. It is concerned with examing question and verifying intervention based on human experience.

    Important of research to nursing
    Research is nursing improve health care delivery outcome.

    Understanding the research process help nurses approach any job with critical thinking skills.

    Research in nursing help to formulate or refine a nursing thoery.

    Research in nursing o help nurses make evidence base treatment decision.

    Research in nursing helps to design effective intervention.

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  114. NAME: Abioye Azeezat
    Matric no: NACON ND/HND/SET 46/079
    Assignment:
    1) What is nursing research?
    Nursing research develops knowledge about health and the promotion of health over the full lifespan, care of persons with health problems and disabilities, and nursing actions to enhance the ability of individuals to respond effectively to actual or potential health problems.
    2) Write a topic of your own and identify the two variables
    Impact of living with sickle cell anaemia
    Independent variables: impact of living
    Dependent variables: sickle cell anaemia

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  115. Name: Abioye Azeezat Adewunmi
    Matric no: NACON/ND/HND/SET46/079
    Assignment:
    Research concept
    Problem of pregnancy and abortion on Girl_Child education

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  117. Oyibo Deborah
    NACON/ND/HND SET46/063
    Topic concept: HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE.

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  118. JUAN JOHN
    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/038
    Research topic
    THE EFFECT OF HYPERTENSION ON OLDER ADULT

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  119. TPR MADU ROBINSON

    NACON/ND/HND/SET46/044

    RESEARCH TOPIC:THE EFFECT OF DRUG ABUSE AMONG ADOLESCENT IN NACON ENVIRONMENT.

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  120. NACON ND/HND/ SET 46 / 013 .
    BIOSTATISTICS ASSIGNMENT


    WHAT IS BIOSTATISTICS?
    Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms. This is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology. The discipline of biostatistics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing and interpreting it.
    Biostatistics embraces those techniques pertaining to health and health-related sciences.

    APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING
    I) Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better the patient’s changing condition.
    II) Statistics helps Nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.
    III)Biostatistics helps patients understand the risks and side effects of certain treatment and procedures.
    IV) it also helps Medical personnel and nurses conduct and analyses certain disease conditions and their treatment.
    V) It also helps in the analysis of health related data and information and making facilities in Vogue known to people. E.g latest ICU machine, Blood pressure machine .

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  121. Fakiyesi Esther
    Nacon/ND/HND/Set 46/030

    Research concept
    THE EFFECTS OF MALNUTRITION ON ADOLESCENT OF YABA COMMUNITY.

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  122. NACON/ND/HND/46/006
    ADEGBITE JOHN OLUKOREDE

    ASSIGNMENT
    1 What is nursing research
    Answer:
    According to the National center of Nursing Research (NCNR) in 1998
    Nursing Research is the testing of knowledge that can be used to guide nursing practice. It is concerned with examining questions and verifying intervention based on human experiences
    2.Write a topic of your own and identify your two variables
    Answer
    The effect of deficient health knowledge in Yaba community

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  123. NAME:EZEOCHA MERCY.
    MATRIC NUMBER:NACON/ND/HND/SET46/029.

    ASSIGNMENT.
    A)Definition of terms.
    1)NURSING MOTHERS: A nursing mother is a woman who is feeding her baby with her own breast milk.

    2)EXCLUSIVE BREAST FEEDING: means that the infant receives only breast milk no other liquids or solids are given not even water with the exception of oral rehydration solution or drops/syrups of vitamins,minerals or medicines.

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  124. Name :bitrus sunday
    Matric no:ND /HND set 46 /017


    of finding out the solution to a problem. It is a sequence of activities which when followed enables the investigator to receive his aim. It involves scientific inquiry and so would require knowledge of the characteristics of scientific method. Research is a systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources inorder to establish facts and reach new conclusions.
    2. Importance of research in Nursing
    1. To improve nursing standards.
    2. To improve nursing education system.
    3. To become dynamic.
    4. To solve daily obstacle.
    5. To help nurses investigate regarding various method of treatment in advanced form.
    6. To invent new techniques.
    7. To save nursing profession legally.
    8. To provide cost effective patient care.
    3. CONCEPT:Effects of alcohol on academic performance of male students in shomolu Local Government Area of Lagos State

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  125. NAME:CHINWUKO ONYINYE GLORY
    MATRIC NO:NACON ND/HND/SET 46/020
    BIOSTATISTICS ASSIGNMENT
    1) WHAT IS BIOSTATISTICS?
    Biostatistics is a branch of statistics that deals with data relating to living organisms. This is the application of statistical principles to questions and problems in medicine, public health or biology. The discipline of biostatistics provides tools and techniques for collecting data and then summarizing, analyzing and interpreting it.
    Biostatistics embraces those techniques pertaining to health and health-related sciences.
    2)APPLICATION OF BIOSTATISTICS IN NURSING
    I) Nurses can use statistics to identify patterns in vital signs and symptoms so they can make informed decisions to better the patient’s changing condition.
    II) Statistics helps Nurses apply the most current and up-to-date research and evidence to patient care delivery.
    III)Biostatistics helps patients understand the risks and side effects of certain treatment and procedures.
    IV) it also helps Medical personnel and nurses conduct and analyses certain disease conditions and their treatment.
    V) It also helps in the analysis of health related data and information and making facilities in Vogue known to people. E.g latest ICU machine, Blood pressure machine etc

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  126. NAME: MAXWELL CHISOM ESTHER
    NACON NUMBER: NACON/ND/HND/SET 46/045
    SUBJECT: ASSIGNMENT ON BIOSTATISTICS

    MEASUREMENTS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

    FOR BOYS
    NAME: David John
    AGE: 28YRS
    CHEST:98CM

    NAME: James Mike
    AGE: 23YRS
    CHEST: 100CM

    NAME :Adam Fatai
    AGE: 25YRS
    CHEST:103CM

    NAME: Michael Bright
    AGE: 30YRS
    CHEST:90CM

    NAME :James Paul
    AGE:28YRS
    CHEST:93CM

    FOR GIRLS
    NAME: Blessing Friday
    AGE: 18YRS
    CHEST:87 CM

    NAME: Aisha Ahmad
    AGE: 23YRS
    CHEST:93CM

    NAME :Deborah Rapheal
    AGE: 22YRS
    CHEST:87CM

    NAME:Caleb Joy
    AGE: 22YRS
    CHEST:87CM

    NAME :Blessing John
    AGE:28YRS
    CHEST:90CM

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