There have been a number of publications

Publications by students/graduates

  • Systematic Review and Meta-analysis on Community based interventions in TB care in developing countries. Baba Musa  et al. Niger J Med 2014 Apr-Jun;23(2):103-1
  • Perceived value of applying Information Communication Technology to implement guidelines in developing countries; an online questionnaire study among public health workers. Pasipanodya Ian Machingura, Olawumi Adekola, Eunice Mueni et al. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics Vol 6, No 2 (2014).
  • Infant Feeding Choices Practiced among HIV Positive Mothers Attending a Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV Program in Nnewi, Nigeria. Kalu SO1, Reynolds F, Petra GB, Ikechebelu JI, Dada MO, Oluboyo BO1and Igwegbe AO. Kalu et al., J AIDS Clin Res 2014, 5:5

  • Prevalence of Depression and Associated Risk Factors among the Elderly in Urban and Rural Field Practice Areas of a Tertiary Care Institution in Ludhiana. Paramita Sengupta and Anoop I. Benjamin. Indian Journal Public Health 2015;59:3-8.
  • Prevalence and correlates ofc ognitive impairment in a north Indian elderly population. Paramita Sengupta et al. WHO South-East Asia Journal of Public Health April–June 2014; 3:135-143.
  • Abubakar AG, Ozumba PJ, Winter J, Buttner P, Abimiku A (2015) Current Trends in the detection of Acute HIV Infection among Blood Donors: Reliability of Pooled Nucleic Acid Amplification Technology and the Need for Population Specific Algorithms: A Systematic Review. J Antivir Antiretrovir 7:089-103
  • Ibekwe, E., Haigh, C., Duncan, F. and Fatoye, F. (2016). Clinical outcomes of routine opt-out antenatal human immunodeficiency virus screening: a systematic review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 26(3-4), pp.341-355.
  • Ibekwe, E., Haigh, C., Duncan, F. and Fatoye, F. (2017). Economic impact of Routine Opt-out Antenatal HIV Screening: A Systematic Review. Journal of Clinical Nursing.
  • Mobilising the alumni of a Master of Public Health degree to build research and development capacity in low- and middle-income settings: The Peoples-uni.