Items where Author is "Icheku, V"

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Icheku, V., Onianwah, I.F., and Nwulia, A. (2019). A descriptive cross-sectional study on various uses and outcomes of Garcinia Kola among people of Oshimili North in the Delta State of Nigeria. AYU, 39(3), 132-138. doi:

Icheku, V., Onianwah, I.F., and Nwulia, A. (2018). Comparative cross-sectional quantitative study of health status among consumers of bitter kola in Igbuzor community living in Oshilmili North Local Government area of Delta state. Universal Journal of Food and Nutrition Science, 6(1), 28-40. doi:

Icheku, V., and Paris, C. (2017). What interventions work to improve relationships between birth parents and children in foster care? International Journal of Current Research, 9

Icheku, V., and Graham, R. (2017). What Social Impact Does Exposure to Domestic Violence Have on Adolescent Males? A Systemic Review of Literature. Journal of Healthcare Communications, 2(1), doi:

Icheku, V. (2016). A review of the evidence linking Zika virus to the developmental abnormalities that lead to microcephaly in view of recent cases of birth defects in Africa. Journal of MPE Molecular Pathological Epidemiology, 1(1), 1-4.

Icheku, V., and Icheku, C. (2016). Exploration of Zika virus travel-related transmission and a review of travel advice to minimise health risk to UK travellers. Universal Journal of Public health, 4(4), 203-211. doi:

Book Section

Icheku, V. (2015). Impact of hiv related stigma and discrimination on working women in sub-sahara africa. In M. Connerley, and J. Wu (Eds.), Handbook on Well-Being of Working Women (781-803). Springer. doi:

Conference or Workshop Item

Icheku, V. (2018). Service Users’ Involvement in Interprofessional Learning and Higher Overall Pass Rate. Paper presented at 2nd Global Nursing and Healthcare Conference, London UK, 13th - 15th August 2018.

Icheku, V. (2017). Zika Virus and Microcephaly. Paper presented at Smart Technology to Fight Zika virus Epidemic, Recife, Brazil, 10 September 2017 - 13 September 2017. London South Bank University.

Icheku, V. (2017). A new report that may provide clue as to why for 70 years there was no documented cases of birth defect in Africa where Zika virus originated. Paper presented at 3rd International Conference on Influenza and Zoonotic Diseases, Birmingham, UK, 21 August 2017 - 22 August 2017. London South Bank University.


Icheku, V., and Graham, R. (2018). Integration of Evidence from a Systematic Review into Practice involving the care of adolescent males exposed to domestic violence. London: SG Williams Publishing UK Co Limited.

Icheku, V., and Paris, C. (2018). Evidence based interventions to improve fostering relationships. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.

Icheku, V. (2017). Is Zika virus the definitive culprit in cases of Microcephaly?. Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.

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