Fatai Adesina BadruUniversity of Lagos | Unilag · Department of Social Work
Fatai Adesina Badru
Caring for Older Adults Devoid of Abuse in the Societies
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Citations since 2017
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Professor, Department of Social Work, Faculty of Social Sciences and Adjunct Professor, Department of Nursing Science, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria
February 1994 - August 2022
- I was appointed the first professor of social work in the University of Lagos on August 16, 2016 and delivered my inaugural lecture on June 6, 2018. I was also appointed the substantive first Head, Department of Social Work August 1, 2018- July 31, 2021.
October 1978 - November 1981
Lagos State School of Nursing 1-9 Awolowo Road Ikoyi 1978-1981
Field of study
- General Nursing Programme, RN
With the advent of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, Wastewater-Based Epidemiology (WBE) has been applied to track community infection in cities worldwide and has proven succesful as an early warning system for identification of hotspots and changingprevalence of infections (both symptomatic and asymptomatic) at a city or sub-city level. Wastewater is only...
COVID-19 is a new disease, and much of the details of its spread were still under investigation as at the time of this study. Experimental results however showed the virus can survive in aerosol for up to three hours. COVID-19 virus spreads primarily when people are in close contact and one person inhales small droplets produced by an infected pers...
Large urban trees are excellent filters for urban pollutants and fine particulates. Nevertheless, urban trees face a severe limitation of space and exceptionally stressful environment. In Lagos, uncontrolled land-use for development has relegated trees to a lower priority and intensified urban impacts on them. This study evaluated the impact of urb...
ABSTRACT This study investigated lifetime-prevalence of hallucination among a group of Nigerian students and the determinants of hallucination among them. Study involved 1095 students of a Nigeria university, screened for hallucination using Schedule for Clinical Assessment for Neuro-Psychiatry and psychological distress using General-Health Questi...
Relapse in psychiatric disorders is highly distressing, costly and engenders burn-out syndrome among mental-health workers. To study the socio-economic factors associated with relapse in individual admitted with psychiatric disorders and the pattern of socio-economic impact of relapse in those groups. A cross-sectional survey of all relapsed patien...
This study assessed the quality street vended food and water as well as the effects of environmental pollution on them in 3 local government areas (LGAs) representing low, medium and high income areas in Lagos State in coparison to samples collected from 5 locations in Ogun, Oyo and Osun States being previously established as places of origin of mo...
Abstract Separation, divorce and empty-shell families dot a number of human societies. Things have fallen apart and the centre could no longer hold. Chastity, before marriage and mutual fidelity after, which tend to promote family harmony and serenity among other cherished family values of Africans, are systematically being eroded by combined force...