Mrs. Abigael Omowumi Emikpe


Dept: Midwifery
3rd Floor, Casely Hayford Building, KNUST

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Research Areas/Interests


    1. Emikpe, Abigael O, Emikpe B.O. and Okanlawon F.A (2011a). Cultural and psychosocial perspectives of caesarian section as a mode of delivery in a Yoruba setting. Journal of Community Psychology 1: 53-65 NIGERIA
    2. Emikpe, Abigael O, Emikpe B.O and Okanlawon F.A (2011b). Attitude of childbearing women towards caesarian section and the state of safe-motherhood in Ibadan, Oyo state. Nigerian Journal of Nursing 1 (5): 11-17 ISSN 2006-5817 NIGERIA
    3. Akwa, L.G., Moses, M.O., Emikpe Abigael O., Baffour- Awuah, B., Asamoah B.,  Addai- Mensah, O., Annani- Akollor, M., Osei, F., & Appiah,E.J. (2017). Lipid profile, cardiorespiratory function and quality of life of postmenopausal women improves with aerobic exercise. Journal of Human Sport and Exercise, 12(3), 698-709.doi:
    4. Lydia Boampong Owusu & Abigael O. Emikpe (2020). Women’s adherence to iron supplementation during pregnancy in Kumasi, Ghana. African journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. 15(4):1-10 DOI:10.12968/ajmw.2020.0008
    5. Oswald Onunwa Z., Abigael O. Emikpe, Oluwatoyin A. Akinyele, Roseline O. Ayannusi, Moses Oluleye Olawode, & Taiwo A. Obembe (2021). Knowledge and correlates of using a partograph for labour monitoring among primary healthcare workers in Ibadan Nigeria. African Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. 15(1):1-8  DOI:10.12968/ajmw.2020.0015

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