- Area of Specialization: Medical Surgical Nursing and Nursing Education
- Department of Nursing Science
- I am an accomplished Researcher and Lecturer with more than 3 decades of teaching experience in the Higher Education sector in Nigeria. My research work has been shared with academic audiences in Nigeria and abroad, including the UK and Portugal. I obtained BSc Nursing (2001) and MSc Nursing (2012 - Specializing in Medical Surgical Nursing), both from the University of Ibadan. Prior to that, I trained as a Registered Nurse at the Baptist School of Nursing Eku and proceeded to train as a Registered Midwife at University College Hospital, Ibadan. I am a registered Nurse Educator with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria. My research expertise is in HIV & AIDS treatment and prevention, and I have led workshops to educate people living with HIV & AIDS (PLWHA) on effective strategies for managing the disease. My doctoral research is investigating the relationship between adherence to HIV/AIDS treatment and a key index of treatment outcome - viral load suppression. The research output will provide empirical evidence to underpin the strategic policy framework for ending HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, especially in the South-South region where the prevalence is at the highest level.
I started my professional career as a Staff Nurse at Baptist Medical Centre Eku where I gained first-rate clinical experience in different hospital settings and wards, including Accident and Emergency Nursing. I later joined the Baptist School of Nursing Eku as a Clinical Instructor and rose to the position of Vice Principal with oversight for key administrative duties. I joined the Department of Nursing Science at Delta State University Abraka in 2006 where I have held several administrative roles in addition to my research and teaching responsibilities.
I enjoy training the next generation of Nurses who will play a critical role in tackling the health challenges of the 21st century. In addition to teaching and research supervision, I am also the University Liaison for the indexing of students with the Nursing & Midwifery Council of Nigeria. In my spare time, I enjoy reading and jogging. You can reach me by email - email@example.com.
- 1. Omenogor, P.K., Adejumo, P.O. and Orhue, N.O. (2020) Impacts of antiretroviral therapy and food supplements on life outcomes of adults living with HIV and AIDS in Delta State, Nigeria, STTI 5th Biennial European Conference, Coimbra, Portugal, 28-29 May 2020
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- 2. Omenogor, P.K. and Nwora, W.E. (2020) Exploring the link between substance abuse and antisocial behaviors amongst University students in Abraka Nigeria, ABUJA 2020 International Nursing Conference, Abuja, Nigeria, 9-14 August 2020 (Manuscript Submitted)
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- 3. Omenogor, P.K., Adejumo, P.O. and Orhue, N.O. (2019) The Impacts of Anti-Retroviral Therapy on Quality of Life of People Living with HIV & AIDS in Nigeria’s Delta Region, Int. Journal of Nursing 6(2):112-119, DOI: 10.15640/ijn.v6n2a12
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- 4. Omenogor, P.K., Adejumo, P.O. and Orhue, N.O. (2018) Quality of life of people living with HIV & AIDS in Delta State, Nigeria: effects of the availability of social support systems, STTI 4th Biennial European Conference, Cambridge, UK, 4th – 6th June 2018
https://www.phpc.cam.ac.uk/pcu/event/stti-4th-biennial-european-conference/ Vol. Pages: