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Name

Dr. Margaret Mombel Opiah

Department

Nursing Science

Designation

Senior Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Margaret Mombel Opiah

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Educational Psychology; Master of Science (M.Sc, Nursing); Master of Education (M.Ed Guidance and Counseling); Bachelor of Science (B.Sc, Nursing) Degree; Diploma in Health Administration and Management (DHAM); Certificate in Occupational Nursing; Registered Nurse; Registered Midwife.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished

S/N Publication
Osaji T. A. and Opiah M. M. (2012).Some Features of Child Abuse in Developing Economy: The Experience of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Professional Nursing Journal Vol 8, 34-39.
Opiah M. M., Osaji T. A., Afolayan J. A., Adeyanju B. A., Ute A. F. (2010).Factors Influencing Patronage of Traditional Birth Attendants for Delivery and Newborn Care in Amassoma Community, Southern Ijaw Local Government Area, Bayelsa State of Nigeria. Book of Abstract 2010. Pg-55.
Afolayan J. A., Opiah M. M., Adeyanju A. B., Osaji T. A. (2010). Demographic Indices of Patients Diagnosed with Schizophrenia in University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin, Kwara State between the years 2004 and 2009. Science Association of Nigeria Book of Abstract 2010. Pg 54.
Opiah M. M., Ofi A. B., Essien E. J, Monjok E. (2012).Knowledge and Utilisation of the Partograph among Midwives in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. Africa Journal of Reproductive Health Vol 16,(1). pg 125-132.
Ejue J. B., Effiom D. O., Opiah M. M. (2006).An Investigation of Level of Perceived Stress and Coping Behaviour among the Elderly. Journal of Education and Technology. Vol. 1,128-132.
Osaji T. A. and Opiah M. M. (2011).Contraceptive Practice among Women of Childbearing Age in Southern Ijaw LGA, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. International Professional Nursing Journal Vol. 8,(2), 55-59.
Ejue J. B., Effiom D. O., Ekanem R. S., Opiah M. M. (2009).Risky Sexual Behaviour among Adolescents in Cross River State, Nigeria; A Reflection of Parenting Style. Annals of Modern Education, Vol. 1 (10)77-84. Universal Academics Services.
Opiah M. M., Osaji T. A., Ezonbodor-Akwagbe R., Douyemiegha-Suowari E. R., Ute A. F. (2012).Factors Influencing Patronage of Traditional Birth Attendants for Delivery and Newborn Care in Amassoma Community, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Journal of Community Primary Health Care, Vol. 1, (1), Pg.24-28.
Osaji T. A., Opiah M. M., Onasoga O. A. (2015).Osce/Ospe: A Tool for Objectivity in General Nursing Examination in Nigeria. Journal of Research in Nursing and Midwifery (JRNM) (ISSN: 2315-568) Vol. 4(3) pp. 47-52.
Mildred E. John, Alberta D. Nsemo, Edidiong E. John, Margaret Opiah, Grace C. Robinson-Bassey, Josephine Yagba. (2015).Indigenous Child Care Beliefs and Practices in the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria: Implications for Health Care; Journal of International Journal of Health Sciences and Research Vol.5; Issue: 11.
Hammilton-Ekeke J. T, and Opiah M. M. (2011).Triangulation of Findings on Knowledge of Balanced Diet among School Children. Niger Delta African Journal of Health and Environment Vol. 8(2). Pg 30-39.
Jeremiah Z. A., Adias T. C., Opiah M. M., George S. P., Mgbere O., Essien E. J. (2012).Elevation in D-dimer concentrations in positively correlated with gestation in normal uncomplicated pregnancy. International Journal of Women’s Health 4 (2) 437-443.
Monjok E., Okokon I., Opiah M. M., Essien E. J., Ingwu J. (2012).Obstructed Labour in Resourse Poor Setting: The Need for Revival of Symphsiotomy in Nigeria. Africa Journal of Reproductive Health Vol 16(3),93-100.
Adeyanju A. B., Afolayan J. A., Opiah M. M., Osaji T. A. (2010).Health and Social Problems of Elderly People in Selected Areas of Ondo State. Science Association of Nigeria Book of Abstract 2010. Pg 55.
Osaji T. A. and Opiah M. M. (2011).Evaluation in Clinical Setting; Journal of International Professional Nursing. Vol 9,(1) pg 13-18.
Onasoga O. A., Opiah M. M., Osaji T. A., Iwolisi Azibaben (2012).Perceived Effects of Midwives’ attitude towards Women in Labour in Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Archives of Applied Sciences Research. Vol 4(2) 820-830.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
3rd International Conference on Nursing ResearchDepartment of Nursing, University of Ibadan 3rd International Conference on Nursing Research; Advances in Nursing Research: The African Perspective.1996-04-151996-04-19
West African College of Nursing WorkshopWest African College of Nursing Workshop, Calabar; Cancer Management and Computer Technology in the 21st Century.2001-02-282001-03-01
Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Examiners WorkshopNursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Examiners Workshop, Oshogbo, Osun State, Nigeria. THEME: ”Consumer Satisfaction Through Quality Nursing Education and Practice."2004-08-092004-08-13
West African College of Nursing Biennel General MeetingWest African College of Nursing Biennel General Meeting and Scientific Session, Freetown, Sierra Leone.2007-03-092007-03-16
West African College of Nursing Sub-Regional WorkshopWest African College of Nursing Sub-Regional Workshop, Accra, Ghana; Obstetric Emergencies: The Concern of the Community Nurse/Midwife Practitioners.2007-09-232007-09-26
Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Examiner WorkshopNursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Examiner Workshop, Uyo, Akwa-Ibom State, Nigeria.2009-06-082009-06-12
Annual Conference of the Science Association of Nigeria45th Annual Conference of the Science Association of Nigeria. THEME: Science and Technology in the Next Decade; Global Challenges.2010-05-232010-05-27
IPAS WorkshopIPAS Workshop on Various Papers; Post Abortion Care and MVA in Enugu, Nigeria.2011-03-202011-03-31
National Scientific Conference of Forum of Federal Health Institutions27th National Scientific Conference of Forum of Federal Health Institutions Nurses and Midwives (FFHINAM) of Nigeria, Glory Land Cultural Centre, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria.2012-11-112012-11-17
Nursing in PracticeNursing in Practice, London business Centre, London, United Kingdom.2014-09-022014-09-02