A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF REPORTED CASES OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE FROM 1995 – 2004
The entire project work/study talks about the full meaning of the STDS. The causes of the sexually transmitted diseases were found out to be virus and bacteria which can be transmitted from one person to another predominantly through sexual contact. The scope of the study was also special and federal medical center Umuahia (FMC) was used as a case study. One of the studies carried out by Dr. A.U. Mbanuso at the Federal Medical center Umuahia 1990 – 1993. His result showed that the commest and most ducally sexual transmitted disease was HIV/AIDS and Syphilis.
Furthermore, from the designed questionnaire we found out that many people have become aware of the extend of STDS. For the data collection used was a secondary data. The population size in this reported cases of the sexually transmitted diseases under study from 1995 – 2004 the result after study will be used to generalize for the entire population.
The major statistical model employed in the analysis of the data collection was chi-square which was used to the age group and sex. The test hypothesis for the age group shows the X2 cal > X2 tab. Therefore we reject H0: and conclude that the client rate is not dependent of the age. There the test of hypothesis for the sex group shows that X2 cul > X2 tab. Therefore, we reject H0: and conclude that the sexually transmitted diseases under study are not dependent of sex.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 Statement of the Problem
1.2 Purpose of the Study
1.3 Aims and Objectives
1.4 Significance of the Study
1.5 Scope and Limitations
1.6 The Hypothesis
1.7 Definition of Terms
2.1 Types of Stds
2.2 Causes of Stds
2.3 Mode of Transmission
2.4 Signa Nd Symptoms of Stds
2.5 Effect/Consequences of Stds
2.6 Treatment of Stds
2.7 Prevention and Control of Stds
3.0 Method of Data Collection and Sources of Data
3.1 Method Data Analysis
Presentation and Analysis
5.1 Summary 5.2 Conclusion Recommendation