Spatial Patterns and Multilevel Analysis of Factors Associated with Antenatal Care Visits in Nigeria: Insight from the 2018 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey

Bolarinwa OA, Sakyi B, Ahinkorah BO, Ajayi KV, Seidu A-A, Hagan Jr. JE, Tessema ZT (2021)
Healthcare 9(10): 1389.

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Bolarinwa, O. A.; Sakyi, Barbara; Ahinkorah , Bright Opoku; Ajayi, Kobi V.; Seidu , Abdul-Aziz; Hagan Jr., John ElvisUniBi; Tessema, Zemenu Tadesse
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Despite global progress towards antenatal care (ANC) uptake, ANC utilization in a numberof countries in sub-Saharan Africa, such as Nigeria, is low. Although several studies have identifiedthe determinants and factors associated with ANC services utilization in Nigeria, there is a gap inknowledge about the spatial patterns in ANC use. Therefore, this study aims to map the spatialdistribution and factors associated with ANC visits in Nigeria. A cross-sectional dataset was obtainedfrom the 2018 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey. A total of 20,003 women aged 15–49 wereconsidered in this study. Both spatial and multilevel analyses were carried out. The results werepresented in spatial maps and adjusted odds ratios (aOR) at a 95% confidence interval (CI). Hotspot areas (high proportion of an incomplete ANC visit) were located in Sokoto, Kebbi, Zamfara,Katsina, Kano, Jigawa, Bauchi, Niger, Borno, Gombe, and Bayelsa. Regional disparities in incompleteANC visits were found in this study. Maternal age, maternal education, partner ’s level of education,working status, ethnicity, parity, religion, exposure to media, place of residence, wealth index, region,and community literacy level were factors associated with incomplete ANC. There is a need toconsider these factors in the design and strengthening of existing interventions (e.g., mini-clinics)aimed at increasing ANC visits to help attain maternal health-related Sustainable Development Goalsby 2030. The regional disparities in incomplete ANC visits also need to be considered by encouragingpregnant women in hotspot areas to attend ANC visits.
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antenatal care visits; multi-level analysis; Nigeria; pregnant women; spatial analysi
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
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Healthcare
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9
Ausgabe
10
Art.-Nr.
1389
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2227-9032
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Bolarinwa OA, Sakyi B, Ahinkorah BO, et al. Spatial Patterns and Multilevel Analysis of Factors Associated with Antenatal Care Visits in Nigeria: Insight from the 2018 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey. Healthcare. 2021;9(10): 1389.
Bolarinwa, O. A., Sakyi, B., Ahinkorah , B. O., Ajayi, K. V., Seidu , A. - A., Hagan Jr., J. E., & Tessema, Z. T. (2021). Spatial Patterns and Multilevel Analysis of Factors Associated with Antenatal Care Visits in Nigeria: Insight from the 2018 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey. Healthcare, 9(10), 1389. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare9101389
Bolarinwa, O. A., Sakyi, B., Ahinkorah , B. O., Ajayi, K. V., Seidu , A. - A., Hagan Jr., J. E., and Tessema, Z. T. (2021). Spatial Patterns and Multilevel Analysis of Factors Associated with Antenatal Care Visits in Nigeria: Insight from the 2018 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey. Healthcare 9:1389.
Bolarinwa, O.A., et al., 2021. Spatial Patterns and Multilevel Analysis of Factors Associated with Antenatal Care Visits in Nigeria: Insight from the 2018 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey. Healthcare, 9(10): 1389.
O.A. Bolarinwa, et al., “Spatial Patterns and Multilevel Analysis of Factors Associated with Antenatal Care Visits in Nigeria: Insight from the 2018 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey”, Healthcare, vol. 9, 2021, : 1389.
Bolarinwa, O.A., Sakyi, B., Ahinkorah , B.O., Ajayi, K.V., Seidu , A.-A., Hagan Jr., J.E., Tessema, Z.T.: Spatial Patterns and Multilevel Analysis of Factors Associated with Antenatal Care Visits in Nigeria: Insight from the 2018 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey. Healthcare. 9, : 1389 (2021).
Bolarinwa, O. A., Sakyi, Barbara, Ahinkorah , Bright Opoku, Ajayi, Kobi V., Seidu , Abdul-Aziz, Hagan Jr., John Elvis, and Tessema, Zemenu Tadesse. “Spatial Patterns and Multilevel Analysis of Factors Associated with Antenatal Care Visits in Nigeria: Insight from the 2018 Nigeria Demographic Health Survey”. Healthcare 9.10 (2021): 1389.
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