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Hire Dr. Eloho B.
United States
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Educationist| Health & Social Science Researcher| Writer & Editor| Expert in Nvivo, Atlas.Ti, Dedoose & SPSS

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Technical Writing
Research Fact Checking, Gray Literature Search, Systematic Literature Review, Secondary Data Collection
Data & AI Statistical Analysis
Work Experience

Founder and President

BATOP Research and Consulting Services LLC

March 2019 - Present


PhD, Health and Medical Geography

University of Washington Seattle

September 2012 - August 2016

MSc Geography (with GIS specialization)

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

August 2010 - December 2012

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(2019). Pathologies of patriarchy: Death, suffering, care and coping in the gendered gaps of HIV/AIDS interventions in Nigeria. Rowman and Littlefield International.
(2017). Why World Vision supports healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies to improve maternal and child health: A faith-based perspective. Christian Journal for Global Health.
(2015). HIV/AIDS can strengthen health care system in Nigeria, a myth? The geography of AIDS programming and health systems strengthening. International Journal of Research Development.
(2014). Polio Eradication Initiative (PEI) Emergency Plan: A panacea for polio eradication in Nigeria?. The Nigerian Health Journal.
(2016). Swaziland Communication for Development (C4D) Assessment for Young Child Survival and Development; Adolescent Protection, Learning and Development; and Program Effectiveness. Final Comprehensive (Technical) Report. UNICEF.