Omidiji Adedoyin O

Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management

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Scholarly Papers (11)

'Digging Deeper' Evidence on Water Crisis and Its Solution in Nigeria for Bayelsa State: A Study of Current Scenario

Int J Hydro. 2019;3(4):244‒257
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 23 Jul 2019
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Nigerian Maritime and Safety Administration - Department of Marine and Environmental Management, Action against Hunger, Yobe State, Nigeria, Department of Environmental Health Science, School of Allied Health and Environmental Sciences and University of Strathclyde
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water crisis, teamwork, partnership, sustainability, increased awareness, multilateral bonds, regulatory framework, freshwater resources

'Digging Deeper' Evidence on Water Crisis and Its Solution in Nigeria for Bayelsa State: A Study of Current Scenario

Olalekan RM, Adedoyin OO, Ayibatonbira A, et al. “Digging deeper” evidence on water crisis and its solution in Nigeria for Bayelsa state: a study of current scenario. Int J Hydro. 2019;3(4):244‒257. DOI: 10.15406/ijh.2019.03.00187
Posted: 18 Jul 2019
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Nigerian Maritime and Safety Administration - Department of Marine and Environmental Management, Action against Hunger, Yobe State, Nigeria, Kwara State University - Department of Environmental Health Sciences and University of Strathclyde - Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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water crisis, teamwork, partnership, sustainability, increased awareness, multilateral bonds, regulatory framework, freshwater resources

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Health Risk Assessment on Heavy Metals Ingestion Through Groundwater Drinking Pathway for Residents in an Oil and Gas Producing Area of Rivers State, Nigeria

Open Journal of Yangtze Oil and Gas, 3, 191-206, 2018. doi: 10.4236/ojogas.2018.33017.
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 26 Aug 2018
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, University of Strathclyde, Department of Environmental Health Science, School of Allied Health and Environmental Sciences and Ekiti State University
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Health Risk, Heavy Metals, Oil Spill, Ingestion, Groundwater, Rivers State, Nigeria

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A Survey of Hand Washing Behavior and Awareness Among Health Care Workers in Health Care Facilities in Kubwa District of Bwari Area Council, F.C.T. Abuja, Nigeria

Annals of Ecology and Environmental Science Volume 2, Issue 2, 2018, PP 1-18
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 21 May 2018
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Sociology and Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine
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Hand washing; Nosocomial infections; Health workers; Health Care Facilities; Kubwa District, Bwari Area Council; Abuja; Nigeria

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Measures of Harm From Heavy Metal Contents (Lead and Cadmium) in Women’s Lipstick and Lipgloss in Yenagoa Metropolis, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Olalekan RM, Adedoyin O, Odubo TV. Measures of harm from heavy metal content (Lead and Cadmium) in Women Lipstick and Lipgloss in Yenagoa Metropolis, Bayelsa state, Nigeria. Int J Petrochem Res. 2018; 2(3): 236-242. doi: 10.18689/ijpr-1000141
Number of pages: 7 Posted: 13 Feb 2019
Morufu Olalekan Raimi, Omidiji Adedoyin O and Odubo Tonye Vivien
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management and Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine
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Women; Advocacy; Cosmetics; Lipsticks; Heavy Metal; Lead and Cadmium

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An Analysis of Bayelsa State Water Challenges on the Rise and Its Possible Solutions

: Raimi Morufu Olalekan., et al. An Analysis of Bayelsa State Water Challenges on the Rise and Its Possible Solutions'. Acta Scientific Agriculture 3.8 (2019): 110-125.
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 25 Sep 2019
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, affiliation not provided to SSRN, Kwara State University - Department of Environmental Health Sciences and Action against Hunger, Yobe State, Nigeria
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Water Crisis; Teamwork; Partnership; Sustainability; Increased Awareness; Multilateral Bonds; Regulatory Framework; Monitoring

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Situational Analysis of National Immunization Programme in Nigeria

Journal of Immunology and Inflammation Diseases Therapy (2019), Volume1-008
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 08 May 2019
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Bayelsa State Ministry of Health; Save One Million Lives Program for Results (SOML PforR)., Bayelsa State Ministry of Health; Save One Million Lives Program for Results (SOML PforR)., Kwara State University and Department of Environmental Health, College of Health Sciences and Technology, Ijero-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria.
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SWOT; Immunisation Program; Public Health Policy; Misconception; Nigeria

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Do Weak Institutions Prolong Crises? [#ENDSARs] in the Light of the Challenges and opportunities beyond COVID-19 Pandemic and the Next Normal in Nigeria

Communication, Society and Media,ISSN 2576-5388(Print), ISSN 2576-5396(Online), Vol. 4, No. 2, 2021
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 21 Mar 2021
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Bayelsa State Ministry of Health; Save One Million Lives Program for Results (SOML PforR)., Bayelsa State Ministry of Health; Save One Million Lives Program for Results (SOML PforR)., Entrepreneurship Development Centre, Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State, Nigeria, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Sociology, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Banking and Finance and Central Drug Control Laboratory Services (CDCL); National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC)
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'deaths of despair', opioid crisis, infectious diseases, end SARs, COVID-19, building trust, public health interventions, Nigeria

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The Sources of Water Supply, Sanitation Facilities and Hygiene Practices in Oil Producing Communities in Central Senatorial District of Bayelsa State, Nigeria

MOJ Public Health. 2018;7(6): 337‒345
Number of pages: 9 Posted: 19 Dec 2018
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Department of Environmental Health Science, School of Allied Health and Environmental Sciences and Daughters of Charity Health Care Services of Saint Vincent de Paul Hospital Kubwa - Department of HIV Medicine
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environmental sanitation, water supply, excreta, health, houses, hygiene, critical

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Open Defecation and Public Toilets Importance: An Economic Perspective

Posted: 09 Aug 2019
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, Kwara State University - Department of Environmental Health Sciences and Kwara State University - Department of Environmental Health Sciences

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Health hazards, Social stigma, Open defecation demand, Income growth, Strategy, Nigeria

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The Roles of All Tiers of Government and Development Partners in Environmental Conservation of Natural Resource: A Case Study in Nigeria

Posted: 12 Jun 2019
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management, affiliation not provided to SSRN, Department of Environmental Health, College of Health Sciences and Technology, Ijero-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. and Department of Environmental Health, College of Health Sciences and Technology, Ijero-Ekiti, Nigeria

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tragedy of the commons, environmental conservation, natural resource, development partners, globalization, environmental risk, economic development

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Health Risk Assessment on Heavy Metals Ingestion Through Groundwater Drinking Pathway for Residents in an Oil and Gas Producing Area of Rivers State, Nigeria

Posted: 14 Sep 2018 Last Revised: 06 Aug 2019
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, University of Strathclyde, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management and Department of Environmental Health Science, School of Allied Health and Environmental Sciences

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Health Risk, Heavy Metals, Oil Spill, Ingestion, Groundwater, Rivers State, Nigeria

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Environmental Health and Climate Change in Nigeria

Number of pages: 55 Posted: 30 May 2019
Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Community Medicine, Niger Delta University (NDU) - Department of Geography and Environmental Management and Department of Environmental Health Science, School of Allied Health and Environmental Sciences
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Environmental Health; Climate Change; Global Warming; Nigeria