Chinenye Ifeoma Ubah

Lecturer

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Education, Medicine and Social Care

School:School of Nursing and Midwifery

Location: Cambridge

Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery

Chinenye's career has spanned through teaching and clinical practice. She has experience in medical-surgical nursing, clinical education, lecturing and research.

chinenye-ifeoma.ubah@aru.ac.uk

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Background

Chinenye's background is that of education and clinical practice. She started as a staff nurse in a medical-surgical unit before progressing to lecturing. She later returned to full clinical practice in an acute medical gastroenterology unit.

Before joining ARU, Chinenye worked as a Practice Development Nurse for overseas nurses.

Spoken Languages

  • Igbo
  • English

Research interests

  • Lived experiences
  • Work force sustainability
  • Health beliefs
  • Equality and diversity

Chinenye's research so far has covered cervical cancer prevention and perceived health belief of Covid-19 disease. Presently, she is focusing on the lived experiences of overseas nurses.

Teaching

  • Essential Nursing skills and Practice
  • Health Promotion and Holistic Care for People with Long Term Conditions
  • Nursing Virtual Simulated Placement

Qualifications

  • PG Cert Advance Learning and Teaching, Anglia Ruskin University
  • MSc Nursing in Medical-surgical Nursing , University of Nigeria Nsukka
  • Bachelor of Nursing sciences, University of Nigeria Nsukka
  • Registered Nurse, University of Nigeria Nsukka
  • Registered Midwife, University of Nigeria Nsukka
  • Public Health Nursing, University of Nigeria Nsukka

Selected recent publications

Ubah, C. I., Odikpo, L., Ndubuisi-Okoroezi, L., Mbadugha, C., Ikechukwu-Okoroezi, J., 2022. Perceived accessibility, and adequacy of COVID-19 related information in Nigeria. Journal of Public Health in Africa, 13(2). doi: 10.4081/jphia.2022.2011

Ubah, C., Nwaneri, A., Anarado, A., Iheanacho, P., Odikpo, L., 2022. Perceived Barriers to Cervical Cancer Screening Uptake among Women of an Urban Community in South-Eastern Nigeria. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 23(6), pp. 1959-1965. doi: 10.31557/apjcp.2022.23.6.1959

Ndubuisi-Okoroezi, L., Ikechukwu-Okoroezi, J., Odikpo, L., Ubah, C. I., Mbadugha, C. J., 2022. COVID-19 information seeking pattern and perceived benefits in Nigeria: a cross-sectional survey. The Pan African Medical Journal, 42(121). doi: 10.11604/pamj.2022.42.121.33350

Iheanacho, P. N., Mbadugha, C. J., Anetekhai, C. J., Ubah, C. I., Obiekwu, A. L., Chukwujama, N. A., 2021. Human rights of people with mental illness: determining knowledge and attitude of nursing students in Enugu state Nigeria. International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare. doi: 10.1108/ijhrh-11-2020-0101

Ubah, C. I., Nwaneri, A. C., Ezenduka, P. O., Ndie, E., 2016. Adult Sicklers Description of Sickle Cell Crisis manifestation and preventive measures. International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology, 2(3), pp.v350-353.

Recent presentations and conferences

Non-violent communication: A Tool for Effective Nursing. UGONSA National Conference & Scientific Update, Abakiliki, 2022.