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Dr. Ogonna Nwota Odi Nwankwo


Community Medicine


Lecturer I


[email protected]

About Dr. Ogonna Nwota Odi Nwankwo

Dr. Ogonna Nwankwo is a lecturer with the Department of Community Medicine, University of Calabar, and also serves as a consultant Public Health Physician to the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital. He serves as the lead for the Health Policy, Management, and Health Economics firm in the department. He has a great interest in Health Policy and Health system research, implementation research, and the management of systems for efficient provision and delivery of disease control programs and health interventions. He is a member of several professional bodies including the Nigeria Medical Association, Association of Public Health Physicians of Nigeria, American Thoracic Society, and Health System Global. He is an alumnus of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and London School of Economics amongst other institutions. He holds the Fellowship of the West African College of Physicians (Community Health).

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
MBBSEbonyi State University, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State19992007
FWACP (Com Hlth)West African College of Physicians20112017
M.Sc. Health Policy, Planning and Financing London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine20152016
M.Sc. Health Policy, Planning and Financing London School of Economics20152016

S/N Publication
Enguita-Fernàndez, C., Alonso, Y., Lusengi, W., Mayembe, A., Manun'Ebo, M.F., Ranaivontiavina, S., Rasoamananjaranahary, A.M., Mucavele, E., Macete, E., Nwankwo, O., Meremikwu, M., Roman, E., Pagnoni, F., Menéndez, C., & Munguambe, K.(2020). Trust, community health workers and delivery of intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy: a comparative qualitative analysis of four sub-Saharan countries. Glob Public Health, 8:1-15.
Nwankwo, O.N.O., Ani, O.E., Akpoke, M., & Ugwa, E.A. (2019). Determinants of Choice of Place of Delivery among Women Attending Two Referral Hospitals in Kano North-West Nigeria. Niger Med J., 60(2),68-75.
Di Pasquale, M.F., Sotgiu, G., Gramegna, A., Radovanovic, D., Terraneo, S., Reyes, L.F., Rupp, J., González Del Castillo, J., Blasi, F., Aliberti, S., & Restrepo, M.I. (2019). Prevalence and Etiology of Community-acquired Pneumonia in Immunocompromised Patients. Clin Infect Dis., 68(9),1482-1493.
Nwankwo, O.N.O., Mokogwu, N., Agboghoroma, O., Ahmed, F.O., & Mortimer, K. (2018). Knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about the health hazards of biomass smoke exposure amongst commercial food vendors in Nigeria. PLoS One,13(1).
Oringanje, C.M., Okoro, A., Nwankwo, O.N., & Meremikwu, M.M. (2017). Providing information about the consequences of female genital mutilation to healthcare providers caring for women and girls living with female genital mutilation: A systematic review. Int J Gynaecol Obstet., 1:65-71.
Lee, A., Adobamen, P.R., Agboghoroma, O., Ahmed, F.O., Aigbokhaode, A., Amusa, G.A., Avokpaho, E., Awokola, B., Ibeh, J., Isiguzo, G., Kagima, J., Kuti, B.P., Lawin, H., Lufesi, N., Mokogwu, N., Ngadaya, E., Nganda, M.M., Nwankwo, O.N., Obiajunwa, P., Oghuvwu, S., & Ozoh, O. (2015). Household air pollution: a call to action. Lancet Respir Med.,3(1),1-2.

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