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John Emenike Anieche, a native of Agulu, Anambra State was born on 21st August, 1969. He trained as a General Nurse in School of Nursing, Iyi-Enu, Anambra State and worked at El-Bethel Clinic, Zaki-Biam, Benue State and Di-Fine Hospital, Abuja before proceeding to University of Nigeria Nsukka where he graduated as BSc. Nurse Educator in 2004.
John joined School of Nursing, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi as Nurse Educator in 2005 and proceeded for his MSc. programme in Nursing at University of Nigeria, Nsukka and graduated in 2010.
John later joined Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka in 2010 where he teaches in the Department of Nursing Science. He is currently a Lecturer I and has served as SIWES Supervisor for Nursing Department, Examination Officer and Students’ Academic Adviser. Presently he is the Departmental ICT Officer. John was trained as Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider by the American Heart Association.
As Nurse Educator, John has been actively involved in both clinical research and student’s research supervision. John’s ambition in life as a lecturer in a university is on self development, and preparation of students for polyvalent professional practice and capacity building in the profession.Interest Includes: My research interests include all aspects of Nursing with focus on quality nursing care, Patients’ and nurses’ satisfaction. My studies focus on documentation, interdisciplinary collaborative clinical practice, nursing audit feedback and job satisfaction.
My previous research included study on Stress among Parents of Hospitalized Infants in NICU, Factors Militating Against the Delivery of Quality Care of Hospitalized Children, Assessment of Nurses Responsibilities in Integrated Management of Chronically Ill Patients, Enhancers and hindrances to doctor-nurse interdisciplinary collaborative practice in Nigeria and Knowledge of diabetic foot ulcer and foot care practices among individuals with diabetes receiving care at tertiary health facility in Nigeria
My current research focuses on the effect of nursing audit feedback quality of nursing care. Factors militating against effective nursing audit feedback process and Involvement of Patients’ in decision making and its’ effect in the reduction of patients’ stay on admission.
Undergraduate Qualifications
BSc. (Nursing Science)
Postgraduate Qualifications
MSc. (Nursing Science-Management and Administration)
Professional Qualifications
Registered Nurse, Registered Nurse Educator
Books Published
1. Anieche, J.E.(2016). Step to Polyvalent Nursing: Student Guide. (Vol. 1).Nnewi: CathCom Press.

Publications
1. Anieche, J. E., Makata, N. E., Makachi, M. C. (2020). Challenges in the implementation of nursing audit feedback in selected tertiary health institutions in Southeast Nigeria: The nurses’ perspective. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development. www.allsubjectjournal.com Vol.7(6); 34-39.
2. Ilo I.C., Eze C. C., Agbapuonwu, N. E.,Makata, N.E. & Anieche, J. E. (2020). Job characteristics and influence on work-family conflict among nurses working in teaching hospitals in Anambra State, Nigeri. International Journal of Nursing and Midwifery. https://doi.org/10.5897/IJNM2019.0393. Vol. 12(3): International Journal of Nursing and Midwifery
3. Makachi, M. C., Anarado, A. N., Nwankwo, C. U., Anieche,J. E. (2020). Practices of mammography screening and predictive factors of mammography screening behavious among women in Nnewi North Local Government Area, Anambra State, Nigeria. International Journal of Medical Science and Health Research. http://ijmshr.com/link/194. Vol. 4(3): 2581-3366.
4. Akubue , J. B., Nwankwo2 , C. U., Ogbe , A.C. & Anieche, J.E. (2020). Knowledge of cervical cancer screening measures by female primary school teachers in Enugu state, Nigeria. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Growth Evaluation. Vol. 1(1); 8-13. www.allmultidisciplinaryjournal.com

5. Anieche, J. E & Makata, N. E. (2019). Effect of Nursing Audit Feedback on Nurses’ Job Satisfaction: Perspective of Nurses in selected Tertiary Hospitals in the Southeast Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. https://www.ijser.org. Vol.10 (6); 795-805

6. Makachi, M. C.,Anarado, A. N., Frank, M.D.,Anieche, J.E., Chiejina, E. N & Nwankwo, C. U. (2019). Predictive Factors of Breast Self Examination Screening Behaviour and Knowledge of Breast Cancer Screening Among Women in Nnewi North Local Government Area, Anambra State. International Journal of Science and Engineering Research. www.ijser 10(7). 1052-1064

7. Chiejina,E. N. & Anieche, J. E. (2018). Assessment of Nurses Responsibilities in Integrated Management of Chronically Ill Patients. Journal of Health Sciences and Nursing. Journal of Health Sciences and Nursing Vol.3(4).15-28.www.ijrdo
8. Anieche J.E., Chianakwana C. & Ingwu J.A.. (2018). Knowledge of diabetic foot ulcer and foot care practices among individuals with diabetes receiving care at tertiary health facility in Nigeria. International Journal of Medical and Health Research. www.medicalsciencejournal.com. Vol. 4(12). 97-104

9. Chiejina, E. N. Odira, C. C. & Anieche, J. E. (2017). Assessment of Clinical Documentations: A Need for Quality Nursing Care. World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences. www.wjpls.org

10. Chiejina, E. N., Anieche, J. E. & Odira, C. C.(2017). Breastfeeding Practices of Postnatal mothers: Exclusively, Frequently and Duration. International Journal of Environment Agriculture and Biotechnology www.ijeab.com http://dx.dio.org/10.22161/ijeab/1.4.9

11. Robinson-Bassey, G.C., Frank, M.D., Makachi, M. C., Anieche, J.E. & Amachree, O. (2017). Factors Militating Against the Delivery of Quality Care of Hospitalized Children in PortHarcout Teaching Hospital, Rivers State..International Journal of Recent Scientific Research. http://recentscientic.org. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24327/ijrsr.2017.0809.0743 8(9); 19681 – 19685.

12. Nwankwo, C. U., Okafor, J. O., Makachi, M. C., Anieche, J. E., Chiejina, E. N., & Egboka, O. L.(2016). Effects Of Maternal Health Education On The Health Knowledge Of Pregnant Mothers Attending Ante-Natal Clinics In Anambra State, Nigeria. Journal of Nursing and Health Science. www.josrjournals.org 1(3),56-63. DOI: 10.9790/1959-05175663.
13. Chiejina, E. N., Anieche,J.E. & Odira, C. C.(2016). Documentation in Nursing Practice:A View from Clinical Perspective. International Research Journal of Emerging Trends in Multidisciplinry. www.irjetm.com. 2 (2).38-49.

14. Chiejina,E. N., Ebenebe, R. C., Odira, C. C., Anieche, J. E., Nwankwo, C. U. & Makachi, M. C.(2015). Stress Among Parents of Hospitalized Infants in NICU: Effects on Parental Needs and Expectations. International Journal of Scientific Research in Knowledge. http://www.ijsrpub.com/ijsrk 3(3),077-084.

15. Chiejina, E. N., Orji, I. N., Anieche, J. E., Nwankwo, C. U., Makachi, M. C., & Agbapuonwu, N. E. (2015).Collection and Disposal of Medical Wastes in Health Care Institutions and the Risks to Health Care Providers. www.johronline.com.3(1). 40-45.

16. Okeke, J. E., Ilo, C. I., Egboka, O.L., Okafor, C. N., Nwankwo. C. U., Anieche, J. E. & Umunna, J. O. (2014). Knowledge and Practice of Daily Exercirse for the Prevention and Control of Heart Diseases among Nurses in Anambra State. Journal of Nursing and Health Science. www.josrjournals.org.1-4(3)

17. Okafor, C. N., Ndie, E. C. & Anieche, J. E. (2014). Evaluation Pattern of Use of Voluntary Counselling andTesting Services for HIV among Youths in Anambra State of Nigeria. Journal of Health Science 2(2014) www.davidpublishing.orghealth@davidpublishing.com. 516-522.

18. Okoronkwo, I.L., Anieche, J. E., Chinweuba, A. U. & Ndu, A. C. (2013). Enhancers and Hindrances to Doctor – Nurse Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice in Nigeria. Open Journal of Nursing. http://www.journal/ojn. (3)169-177
Previous Employment
Nurse Educator, School of Nursing, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi