Mr. Hayford Isaac Budu

Senior Lecturer

Research Areas/Interests

1. Male in Nursing 2. Stress and acaademic performance 3. Pregnant women and use of herbal medicine 4. Adolescent use of contraceptives...~more

My full CV


    1. Oduro, E., Diji, A. K-A., Kusi, G., Amagyei, A., Kyei-Dompim, J., Lomotey, A., Boateng, E.A., & Budu, H. I. (2020). Children nurses’ knowledge and attitudes on paediatric pain: A descriptive cross-sectional survey in a developing country. Nurse Media Journal of Nursing, 10(3), 222-223. doi: 10.14710/nmjn.vl0i3.32457
    2. Peprah, P., Abalo, E.M, Agyemang-Duah, W., Budu, H.I, Appiah-Brempong, E., Morgan, A.K. and Akwasi, A.G. (2020): Lessening Barriers to Healthcare in Rural Ghana: Providers and Users’ Perspectives on the Role of mHealth Technology. A Qualitative Exploration. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 20:27
    3. Peprah, P., Budu, H.I., Agyemang-Duah, W., Abalo, E.M., Akwasi Adjei Gyima, A.A. (2019). Why does inaccessibility widely exist in healthcare in Ghana? Understanding the reasons from past to present. Journal of Public Health: From Theory to Practice.
    4. Peprah, P., Agyemang-Duah, W., Arthur-Holmes, F., Budu, H.I, Abalo, E.M, Okwei, R. and Nyonyo, J. (2019): We are Nothing Herbs: A Story of Herbal Remedies Use During Pregnancy in Rural Ghana. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 19:65,
    5. Budu, H.I, Abalo, E.M., Bam, V.M., Agyemang, D.O., Noi, S., Budu, F.A. and Peprah, P. (2019): I Prefer a Male Nurse to a Female Nurse: Patients’ Preference for, and Satisfaction with Nursing Care Provided by Male Nurses at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital. BMC Nursing, 18:47
    6. Budu, H.I, Abalo, E.M., Bam, V.M., Budu, F.A. and Peprah, P. (2019): A Survey of the Genesis of Stress and its Effect on the Academic Performance of Midwifery Students in a College in Ghana. Midwifery, 73, 69–77,
    7. Abalo, E.M., Mensah, C. M., Agyemang-Duah, W., Peprah, P., Budu, H.I, Gyasi, R.M., Donkor, P. and Amoako, J. (2018): Geographical Differences in Perceived Health Status Among Older Adults in Ghana: Do Gender and Educational Status Matter? Gerontology & Geriatric Medicine, 4: 1–9,

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