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Singapore Nursing Research Conference

March 22-24, 2021 | Singapore

Nwajei Ngozi Maryann

Speaker for Nursing Conferences 2021- Nwajei Ngozi Maryann
Nwajei Ngozi Maryann
Maitama General Hospital (Federal Capital Territory Administration), Nigeria
Title : The effect of electronic health records (EHRs) to hospital acquired infections (HAIs) in Nigeria


The effect of Hospital Acquired Infections HAI is a global concern affecting 5% to 15% of Developed countries, however the situation is more critical in developing countries and in Nigeria in particular reporting about 45.8%. Patient’s susceptibility, mode of disease transmission, hospital hygiene and poor patient record-keeping are amongst factors that affect spread of HAIs in hospital. This study intends to x-ray the effect of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) on the reduction of the infections, haven observed that most hospitals in Nigeria still have poor record systems (mostly manual). Using structured questionnaires, this study will collect data from all public hospitals (including patients and caregivers)within the Federal Capital Territory (Abuja), Nigeria. Using correlation and regression analysis, this study will ascertain if and to what extent HAIs are influenced by EHRs.This study will in no small measure give a background study for the need for electronic records and also ways of reducing alarming rate of HAIs in Nigeria.


My name is Nwajei  Ngozi Maryann, I attended State School of Nursing, Agbor from 2002 to 2005, and  State School of Midwifery from 2006 to 2008.I am currently enrolled in National Open University of Nigeria studying Nursing as an undergraduate.
I started my career with Kubwa General Hospital where I was awarded the best nurse in 2013. I worked in Accident and Emergency ward and Maternity ward, I was transferred to Maitama general hospital which is my current place of work, I work in the Postnatal ward. I have attended several international and local   seminars and workshops.


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