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Review Lepmuhang mundhum

Review Lepmuhang mundhum

Journal of Global Literacies, Technologies, and Emerging Pedagogies, Volume 5, Issue 2, November 2019, pp. 905-921. An Overview of the Association Between the Myths and Proof of Lepmuhang Mundhum and Matsya Purana   Nawa Raj Subba[1] Freelance Researcher  Abstract: In many societies, the deadliest flood marks are common learning with different interpretations, preserved in myths like Kirat Yakthung Limbu’s Lepmuhang Mundhum and Hindu’s Matsya Purana, compared to substantial evidence. Matsya (fish) saved Manu, and disciples like fish saved Lepmuhang and Mundhum…

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Outlook of Research Articles

Outlook of Research Articles

Nawa Raj Subba, Managing Hepatitis Outbreak in Biratnagar Nepal, Science Journal of Public Health. Vol. 3, No. 6, 2015, pp. 808-814. doi: 10.11648/j.sjph.20150306.12 Preview Nawa Raj Subba, Suicides in Ilam District of Nepal, American Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 4, No. 6, 2015, pp. 137-141. doi: 10.11648/j.ajap.20150406.11.  Preview Nawa Raj Subba. Traditional Practices on Mother and Child Health Care in Rajbanshi Community of Nepal. American Journal of Health Research. Vol. 3, No. 5, 2015, pp. 310-317. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.20150305.18,  Preview Nawa…

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Managing Hepatitis Outbreak in Biratnagar Nepal

Managing Hepatitis Outbreak in Biratnagar Nepal

To cite the article: Nawa Raj Subba, Managing Hepatitis Outbreak in Biratnagar Nepal, Science Journal of Public Health. Vol. 3, No. 6, 2015, pp. 808-814. doi: 10.11648/j.sjph.20150306.12 Correspondence: dr.subba2015@gmail.com Abstract This is a review article on jaundice outbreak occurred in Biratnagar during April-July 2014. The study reviewed the reports on hepatitis outbreak presented by District Public Health Officer Morang during a seminar organized by Nepal Health Research Council (NHRC), District Disaster Management Committee (DDMC) meetings and HMIS (Health Management Information…

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Suicides in Ilam District of Nepal

Suicides in Ilam District of Nepal

Citation: Nawa Raj Subba, Suicides in Ilam District of Nepal, American Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol. 4, No. 6, 2015, pp. 137-141. doi: 10.11648/j.ajap.20150406.11. Correspondence: dr.subba2015@gmail.com Abstract This is a review of suicides through post-mortem reports committed in Ilam district of Nepal. The review is base on all total 112 post-mortem reports of three consecutive fiscal years (2001/02, 3002/03, 2003/04) available in District Health Office Ilam. Epi-Info software used to analyze the samples on the computer. Findings showed the ethnic…

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Traditional Practices on Mother and Child Health Care in Rajbanshi Community of Nepal

Traditional Practices on Mother and Child Health Care in Rajbanshi Community of Nepal

Citation: Nawa Raj Subba. Traditional Practices on Mother and Child Health Care in Rajbanshi Community of Nepal. American Journal of Health Research. Vol. 3, No. 5, 2015, pp. 310-317. doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.20150305.18, Correspondence: Nawa Raj Subba. Email address: dr.subba2015@gmail.com Abstract This is a qualitative study on traditional health care of mother and child in Rajbanshi community in Nepal. The aim of the study was to explore traditional maternal and child health care and to uncover harmful practices. Methods in this descriptive…

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Postpartum Depression Relating to Smoking and Drinking Habits of Husbands Among Rajbanshi Mothers in Nepal

Postpartum Depression Relating to Smoking and Drinking Habits of Husbands Among Rajbanshi Mothers in Nepal

Nawa Raj Subba*, Shishir Subba.   To cite this article: Nawa Raj Subba, Shishir Subba. Postpartum Depression Relating to Smoking and Drinking Habits of Husbands Among Rajbanshi Mothers in Nepal. American Journal of Health Research. Vol.3, No. 5, 2015, pp. 293-297.doi: 10.11648/j.ajhr.20150305.15.    Corresponding Author: Nawa Raj Subba. Email Id: dr.subba2015@gmail.com   Abstract This is a cross-sectional study on postpartum depression (PPD) among Rajbanshi mothers in Nepal. The objective of the study was to find out the prevalence rate of…

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Traditional and Modern Maternal and Child Health Care Practices and its Effects on Rajbanshi Community in Nepal

Traditional and Modern Maternal and Child Health Care Practices and its Effects on Rajbanshi Community in Nepal

To cite the article: Nawa Raj Subba. (2015). Traditional and Modern Maternal and Child Health Care Practices and its Effects on Rajbanshi Community in Nepal. Journal of Public Health in Developing Countries, 2015 Ph.D. Thesis Abstract. Abstract Background: Rajbanshi is one of the indigenous and underprivileged communities in Nepal. The present research is a descriptive and cross-sectional study on Rajbanshi community. The study was an attempt to explore and examine modern and traditional health care seeking practices and estimate their effects…

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Modification of Delivery Practice in Rajbanshi Mothers of Nepal

Modification of Delivery Practice in Rajbanshi Mothers of Nepal

  Nawa Raj Subba, Shishir Subba. To cite the article: Nawa Raj Subba, Shishir Subba. (2014) Modification of Delivery Practice in Rajbanshi Mothers of Nepal. Journal of Nobel Medical College. Vol. 3, No.1 Issue 5, pp10-15. Corresponding Author: Nawa Raj Subba, Email Id: dr.subba2015@gmail.com Abstract Introduction: This is a cross-sectional study with the objective of identifying modification in delivery practice in Rajbanshi mothers of Nepal. Methodology: Both qualitative and quantitative tools were used. Semi-structured questionnaires covering 375 samples of its resident…

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Delivery Practices among Rajbanshi

Delivery Practices among Rajbanshi

Nawa Raj Subba To cite the article: Nawa Raj Subba. (2013). Delivery Practices among Rajbanshi. Researcher. I, II, July-December, 2013. pp63-71. Corresponding Author: Nawa Raj Subba, E-mail: dr.subba2015@gmail.com This is a cross-sectional study with the objective of uncovering home and hospital delivery practices among Rajbansi of Nepal. Quantitative tools semi-structured questionnaires, checklists were used covering 375 samples of its resident districts Morang, Jhapa, and Sunsari districts. Among the Rajbanshi population, 69.33% has done hospital delivery and 30.67% has home delivery. Home…

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BNMT’s Rights-Based Approach to Health in the Eastern Development Region

BNMT’s Rights-Based Approach to Health in the Eastern Development Region

To cite the report: Nawa Raj Subba. (2011). A Report on Translating Human Rights into Health Realities in Nepal: BNMT’s Rights-Based Approach to Health in the Eastern Development Region. Submitted to Britain Nepal Medical Trust (BNMT). Summary Introduction: This document is a summary of BNMT- RBA programs with input and output indicators. Health right based approach programmes have been introduced by BNMT in the collaboration with DHO/DPHOs in Eastern development region from 2005 to July 2011. BNMT now needed to…

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