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Dr. Alberta David Nsemo

Lecturer1
Nursing Science
albertansemo@unical.edu.ng

Synopsis

I am a lecturer with the Nursing Science department of the University of Calabar. I hold a Ph. D in Medical Sociology and a second Ph. D in Advance Midwifery & Neonatology. My area of Specialty is Maternal and Child health as well as Community Maternal & Newborn Health, where I base most of my research studies.

Publications

Publications by Alberta David


Nsemo,A.D., Chipps, J.,Umoh, D.E., Offiong,D.J. (2016). Prevention of Maternal Health Complications: Voices of the Rural Women through the Lens. IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science (IOSR-JNHS) e-ISSN: 2320–1959.p-ISSN: 2320–1940 Volume 5, Issue 6 Ver. IV, pp62-5.www.iosrjournals.org


John, M.E., Essienumoh, E.E., Nsemo, A.D., Yagba, J. (2017). Traditional Reproductive Health practices among women in south-south Nigeria. Int’l Journal of


John, M.E., Mgbekem, M., Nsemo, A. D., Maxwell, G. I. (2016). Missed Nursing Care, Patient outcomes and Care outcomes in selected Hospitals in Southern Nigeria.Journal of Nursing


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Offiong, D.J., Nsemo,A.D., Ekpenyong, A. (2017). Knowledge and Practice of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Among Public Health Nurse Practitioners in Calabar Metropolis of Cross River State, Nigeria. Researchjournali 1 (13):pp1-27


Duke, E. U., Mgbekem, M., Nsemo, A.D., Ojong, A., Manyo, A. Nkwonta, C.A., Mobolaji-Olajide, O.M. (2015).


John,M.E., Nsemo, A.D., John, E.E., Opiah, M.,


John,M.E., Nsemo, A.D., Esienumo,E.E., Nelson, O., Duke,E.U., Philip, B. (2015).


Duke, E.U., Nsemo, A.D., Ojong-Alasia,M.M., Osuchukwu,E.C., Chigozie, A. N.,


Nsemo,A.D., John,M.E., Ayang, A. E.,


Oyira, E.J., Okon,A.E., Nsemo,A.D.,


Nsemo, A.D, John,M., Etifit,R., Mgbekem, M., Oyira, E. (2013). Clinical Nurses’ Perception of Continuing Professional Education as a Tool for Qualitative Service Delivery in Public Hospitals in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.


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Nsemo, A.D., UmoInyang,I.E.,


Ushie,M.A., Abia,R.P., Archibong,E.P.,


UmoInyang,I.E., Nsemo,A.D.,


John, M., Nsemo, A.D., Samson-Akpan, P.E., Adjei,E., Mgbekem,M.A.(2014).Exploring the lived experiences of stigma and discrimination among persons living with HIV(PLH) in rural communities: patient and family stories. Int’l journal of qualitative methods 13, 519-520


Asuquo, E.F., Edet, O.B. , Sampson- Akpan, P.E, Duke, E., Nsemo, A.D., Ajah, C.I. (2017) Utilization of Insecticide Treated Nets Among Pregnant Women and Mothers with Under Five Children in Ikot Omin Community, Calabar, NigeriaGlobal Journal of Pure


Nsemo, A.D, John, M., Asuquo, E., Ndiok, A., Mgbekem, M., Njah, Paul (2010). Diet and Activity Control Regimen: Compliance among CCF patients in UCTH, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Nursing. Vol. 1(3). Pp 15-20.


Alberta David Nsemo and Akaniyene B. Abam (2011). Interpersonal communications: Its Relevance to Nursing Practice. The Leajon: An Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies. Vol. 3(1). Pp 100-108.


Nsemo, Alberta David; Ekpenyong, Josephy F., Udo, Mary D. (2009). Injection safety: Level of knowledge and practice in University of Calabar Teaching Hospital. The International Researcher, A multidisciplinary Journal of the Graduate School, University of Calabar. Vol.1 (3). Serenity Publishers. Pp 138-145.


John, M., Nsemo, A.D, Whiley, E., Ndiok, A., Akpan, M. O. (2010). Knowing the Patient: an important aspect of the clinical knowledge of the Nurse. West African Journal of Nursing Vol. 21(2). Pp 51-58.


Nsemo, A. D., Abam, A. (2010). Evidenced-Based Nursing Practice: Steps and Processes. International Researcher, A multidisciplinary Journalof the Graduate School, University of Calabar. Vol. 1(4). Pp 149-160.


Nsemo, A.D. (2011). Nursing Information System (NIS): A total for Quality Nursing Practice. SOPHIA-African Journal of Philosophy and Public Affairs. Vol. 14(1). Pp. 167-175.


Asuquo,E.F., Ekuri,P.


Mgbekem, M. A., Ntamu, G. U., Nsemo, A. D. Uwakwe, C. B. U. (2013). Persuasive Communication skills in the uptake of HIV counselling and Testing (HCT) among female Nigerian University students: Focus on the University of Calabar, Nigeria. Mary Slessor journal of Medicine. 12(2),pp 46-59


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