Eunice Osuala

Dr. Eunice O. Osuala

 

Contact: Department of Nursing Science, Faculty of Allied Health Sciences, PAMO University of Medical Sciences, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

Tel: +2348061146538

Email: eosuala@pums.edu.ng

Academic/Professional Qualifications:

  • PhD, Department of Nursing, University of Ibadan.
  • Masters in Public Health (MPH), Community Medicine Department, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
  • Sc. Nursing, Department of Nursing, University of Ibadan.
  • Fellow of West African College of Nursing (FWACN) Cotonou
  • Registered Public Health Nurse, University of Ibadan.
  • Registered Nurse Educator, University of Ibadan.
  • Registered Midwife, School of Midwifery Aba.
  • Registered Nurse School of Nursing Aba.

 

Research Interest:

  1. Non communicable diseases with particular interest in hypertension and cancer prevention and control.
  2. Community focused health promotion and disease prevention in respect of Maternal and Child Health, Adolescent Reproductive health and infection control.

 

Positions held, Awards and Honors (Selected)

  1. HOD, Department of Nursing Science, PUMS
  2. HOD, Department of Nursing Science, NAU
  3. Board Member, Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria
  4. Reviewer, Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Research Journal.
  5. Member, Editorial Board; College Voice magazine, NAU
  6. Post graduate programme co-coordinator, Department of Nursing, NAU.
  7. Member, TAC Recruitment for Ministry of Foreign Affairs Nigeria
  8. Member, Royal Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Thau International, UK
  9. Member, Ladies of St Mulumba, Orlu Sub-Council, Nigeria
  10. Fellow of the West African College of Nursing, Cotonou, Benin Republic
  11. Vice Chancellor’s commendation, NAU
  12. NUNSA, Excellent Leadership and Selfless service

 

Selected Publications:

Ezenwuba,  Clementina O., Osuala, Eunice  O., Ojong, Idang N., Onuzulike, N.M., & Ibe, S.N.O. ” Perception of Injection Safety Measures Among In – Service Training Nurses in Selected Health Facilities in Owerri Senatorial Zone. Imo State, Nigeria” .IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science (IOSR-JNHS), vol. 8, no. 01 , 2019, pp. 23-28.

 

Osuala, E O. Influence of Health Education on Blood Pressure and Body Mass Index of Rural Dwellers IMO State. J Health Educ. Res Dev. 6; 2018:248

 

Osuala, EO, Ezenduka, PO. Nwankwo, CU. Okafor, CN & Odira, C. Health Seeking Behaviour of Pregnant Women in South East of Nigeria: Implication for Improved Natal and Postnatal Care. Int. J Sci. 6 (04); 2017:37- 41.

 

Osuala, EO. Hypertension Prevention and Control: Effects of a Community Health Nurse-led Intervention. J Health Educ Res Dev 5; 2017: 210.doi;10.4172/2380-5439.1000210

 

Osuala, EO.  Oluwatosin,  AO, Osuala, FN & Ibe, SNO. Perceptions & thirst for knowledge regarding   Hypertension among Rural Dwellers in Isunjaba, Imo State, Nigeria; A Qualitative study. Health 8; 2016:1603-1615.

 

Nwaneri, AC. Emesowum, AC. Osuala, EO. Okoronkwo, I. Okpala, PU. Adeyemo, FO.

 

Practice of breast self-examination among rural women in Umuowa, Orlu government area, Imo state, Nigeria. Int. J. Comm. Med. Pub. Health 3(6); 2016 :1516-1524

 

Osuala, EO. Oluwatosin, OA. & Kadiri, S. Knowledge, attitude to hypertension and lifestyle habits of rural dwellers in Owerre – Nkwoji, Imo State, Nigeria. J. Health & Epid. 6 (1); 2014: 48 – 51.

 

Osuala, EO. Innovation in prevention and treatment of pressure ulcer: Nursing implication. Trop. J. Res. 17 (2); 2014: 61-68.

 

Osuala, EO. Health Education: Implications for The Achievement of The Health – related Millennium Development Goals. W. Afri. J. Nur. 22 (1); 2011: 53 – 60.

 

Osuala, EO. RESEARCH AND STATISTICS IN NURSING AND RELATED FIELDS:  A Practical   Approach. (2005). Revised 2009.

 

Publisher and Venue: Rex Charles & Patrick Ltd, Nimo.