Ibrahim Garba

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Ethical principles guiding public health and genomic medicine are often at odds: whereas public health practice adopts collectivist principles that emphasize population-based benefits, recent advances in genomic and personalized medicine are grounded in an individualist ethic that privileges informed consent, and the balancing of individual risk and(More)
Little has been done to investigate and promote the importance of non-conventional medicines (NCMs) in the realization of the right to health, yet all over the world people regularly resort to NCMs to secure healing or to prevent or mitigate the occurrence of a wide range of morbidities. This study aims to elucidate the theoretical framework of the role of(More)
Recent research has presented evidence that men who have sex with men (MSM) bear a disproportionate burden of HIV and are at increased risk for HIV in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). However, many countries in SSA have failed to address the needs of MSM in national HIV/AIDS programmes. Furthermore, many MSM face structural barriers to HIV prevention and care, the(More)
Abubakar Ahmed, Department of Radiology, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria; Idris Garba, Department of Radiology, and Ballah Akawu Denue, Mohammed Bashir Alkali, and Bukar Bakki, Department of Medicine, all at University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Borno State, Nigeria; Holly Rawizza, Harvard T H Chan School of Public(More)
The fast pace of transformation in the construction towards more sustainable construction strategy and process indirectly stimulates the training of students in institutions of higher learning. This phenomenon prevents a skill gap within the fresh graduates streaming into to professional practice. Therefore, sustainability features need to be integrated(More)
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