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Njoku Chioma Naboth Dr., Department of Mass Communication

Area(s) of Specialization/Research Interests

Communication and Public Health. Development Communication. Journalism Research

Profile

I am unassuming. I have good communication Skills. I love peace and godly aura. I teach Communication courses with special interests in Communication and Public Health.

Academic Credentials

Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health Communication.(PhD)-2021 Masters in Journalism and Public Relations.(M.A).2014 Mass Communication (B.A)2010

Professional Association

African Council For Communication Education(ACCE)

Publications

1 Chioma, Njoku & Luke Ifeanyi Anorue, (2022). “A Peer Group Education Intervention to improve Awareness, Knowledge and preventive Behavioral Intentions for Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) Among Rural Communities in South East Nigeria”.OAJBS(1) 00405 Chioma, Njoku, A.H. Ngene, K.Udeh, U.A Chukwuma, Enoch, Adewunmi Oyeduntan (2022).” Communicating Anti-malaria- Drugs amongst “A” Group Genotype in South East Nigeria”.Ref.ID-61 2614178 Luke, Ifeanyi Anorue, Alphonsus Chukwuma, Ugboaja Stanley Uzoamaka, Nwabunze, Uzoma, R.Ugwulor, Chinyere & Chioma Njoku (2021). “Communicating Covid-19 Vaccine Safety; Knowledge and Attitude amongst residents of South East, Nigeria”. Infection and Drug Resistance. Volume (14) 37853794 Chioma Njoku and Luke, Ifeanyi Anorue (2021). “Mass media exposure and its influence on Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Prevention Behaviour among women of child bearing age in South Eastern Nigerian State. Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal) (5123) Chinero Nneka Ayogu, Raphael Iweanya Maduka, Nnadozie Onyekachi Ayogu, Chioma, Njoku, Nkechi,C.Chinedu-Asogwa (2020). “Hydro-geochemical analysis and quality evaluation of surface water in the Mamu River basin, Southeastern Nigeria.” Applied science 10(159) Chioma, Njoku, Uzoma Oluchukwu Nwabunze, Andrew Hyacinth, Ngene (20202). “Media reports on the Xenophobic Question and Prospect of Nigeria-South Africa Relations” Jos Journal of Media & Communication Studies2(4), 239- 251 Ezeah, G,H.& Chioma Njoku. ”The Mass media and sustainable development in Nigeria. Matthew, Udaya Onu, Chioma, Njoku & Andrew Hyacinth Ngene (2019). “Analysis of Health Risk Information on Leaflets of Popular Anti-Malaria Drugs in South East Nigeria.” Ebonyi state Journal of Mass Communication 6(1), 10-23 Michael Ukonu, Moses Ani & Chioma Njoku: “Nigerian Newspaper Coverage of Women participation in politics: The minority question. Federalism, Politics and Minorities in Nigeria.” Journal of Political Science. Vol.001. LEPAI