Chukwuma Chinaza Adaobi, Founder of Medicine Communication and Research Portals, writer, and a distinguished Research Scholar. She is the first Daughter of Chukwuma Amobi from Akwaeze village in Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria
She received the Best Research Award for her contribution and Honorable Achievement in Innovative Research from the International Research Awards for New Science Inventions (NESIN 2021 Awards). The award recognizes her exemplary work in her research and publications.
NESIN recognized Chukwuma Chinaza Adaobi research findings to be published in the Journal of Applied Nursing Research by Elsevier (Volume 535, August 2021). The manuscript — Nurses' perception of the impact of hospital information systems on patient care: A nurse-led intervention — is a result of her scheme investigation. She worked closely with the Original Scientific Publishing team in California with Dr. Nancy Maynes and Prof. Beverly Cimagala as her mentors.
According to Chukwuma Chinaza Adaobi, hospital information systems (HIS) are becoming a vital part of nursing care. It is unclear what system characteristics contribute to nursing acceptance. Nursing care is a major component of the health services because it is one of the determinants of quality health services. Nurses’ perception of the impact of hospital information systems on patient care is thought to be the determinant of quality nursing care. Hospital information systems (HIS) awareness, assessments, and education are needed to improve healthcare outcomes in the hospital, optimally, to increase safety and decrease inaccurate record keeping. NESIN, an International Research Organization, invites researchers involved in graduate education and research endeavors that accentuate progress. NESIN’s merit-based award platform, the Science Father (SF), publishes an outline of research to support excellence in various fields of science and technology. The awards recognize scientists and their organizations globally to encourage and honor significant contributions and achievements in their field of expertise. Nominees are judged on their latest publications, contributions to science, quality of research, novelty, past accomplishments, research excellence, and outstanding academic achievements. The award was further endorsed and congratulated by Professor Daniels Obeng-Ofori, Vice Chancellor of Catholic University of Ghana, and Professor Kwadwo Adinkrah-Appiah, Vice Chancellor of Sunyani Technical University Ghana.
She speaks nationally and internationally on topics related to health professionalization Chukwuma Chinaza Adaobi research interests include Symptom Science, Clinical Judgment and Decision-making, Wellness, Self-Management, End-of-life, public health technology, deep learning in healthcare, Palliative Care, inter-generational risks of chronic disease and the nutrition transition. Some of the most impacted research papers of Chukwuma Chinaza Adaobi include “Understanding the Discrepancies Between External Genitalia and Internal Reproductive Organs in Both Female and Male (Hermaphroditism) published in the Scholars Journal of Science and Technology”, “The Consequence of Gender Role Coordination on Student Nurses Considerate Conduct; Behaviors; Influence; Perception; Attitude and Critical Thinking (CT) published in International Journal of Health Nursing & Medicine”, and “Possible Mechanisms by which Lovastatin Either Promotes or Inhibits new-onset Diabetes in Patients published in Catholic University of Ghana International Journal (IJMSIR)”