Dr Mandu is a Research Associate with the Department of Nursing, Manchester Metropolitan University. She received a BSc in Human Physiology from the University of PortHarcourt and an MPH in Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health from the University of Ibadan, all in Nigeria. Dr Mandu received her Doctoral Degree in Public Health and Epidemiology, with specialisation in Maternal Health, from the University of Wolverhampton.
Research Associate - University of Wolverhampton September 2018 to August 2019
Online Tutor - University of Dundee January 2018 to December 2019
Her research interests include sexual and reproductive health, maternal health and child health, health disparities, health care access, and health care utilisation, often using mixed methods approaches.
O. Odejimi, MS. Ekpenyong (2019). Further Education Lecturers: A Glimpse into Factors Influencing Their Career Satisfaction, Aspirations and Development. Journal of Education and Practice. 10(7), pp.71-76.
MS. Ekpenyong, C. Bond, D. Matheson (2019). Challenges of Maternal and Prenatal Care in Nigeria. Journal of Intensive and Critical Care. 05(01),
MS. Ekpenyong, A. Uchechi, A. Nzute (2018). To Examine the Relationship and Strength of AlcoholRelated Intimate Partner Violence in sub-Saharan Africa. Research and Reviews on Healthcare: Open Access Journal. 1(2), pp.30-41.
MS. Ekpenyong, A. Uchechi, A. Nzute (2018). To Examine the Relationship and Strength of AlcoholRelated Intimate Partner Violence in Sub-Saharan Africa. Lupine Online Journal of Nursing & Health care. 1(1), pp.12-22.
M. Ekpenyong, P. Tawari-ikeh, A. Ekpenyong (2016). investigation on the awareness of hepatitis B virus among health care workers in Nigeria. Nursing and Palliative Care. 1(5), pp.124-129.
T. Kawakita (2015). Association between job characteristics and job satisfaction in nurses. In: Journal of Nursing & Care. San Francisco USA, 6/10/2015.
Journal of Nursing Research and Practice
Biomedical Journal of Nursing and Health Care