Aniebiet Ekong

Aniebiet Ekong

  • aekong at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • Research Assistant
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Informing the development of a culturally adapted tool/intervention for healthy eating for pregnant African Immigrants living in the UK.

Journal Articles

  • Olaoye, I., Fatiregun, A.A., Myrissa, K., Kelaiditi, E., Ekong, A., Jacdonmi, T., Gboyega, F. and Stephen, F., 2023. Health Workers’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices on Reporting Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) in Nigeria: A Cross-sectional Study. Journal of Health Research, 37 (3), 224-234.
  • Olaoye, I., Ekong, A., Samuel, A., Kelaiditi, E., Myrissa, K., Jacdonmi, T. and Gboyega, F., 2023. Public beliefs and willingness to accept COVID-19 vaccines among adults in South-Western Nigeria: A cross-sectional study. AIMS Public Health, 10, 1-15.
  • Ekong, A., Adesina, N., Regmi, P., Tsofliou, F., Wood, J. and Hewitt-Taylor, J., 2022. Barriers and Facilitators to the recruitment of Black African women for research in the UK: Hard to engage and not hard to reach. Midirs Midwifery Digest, 32 (2), 153-159.



  • Ekong, A., 2022. Barriers and Facilitators to the uptake of healthy eating messages by Black African Immigrant pregnant women living in the UK: Perspectives of women and midwives. PhD Thesis. Bournemouth University, Faculty of Health and Social Sciences.