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Efobi, U, Oluwabunmi A, Atata S.  2021.  Age at First and Current Marriage and Women’s Entrepreneurship in Nigeria, 08. Feminist Economics. 27:1-26. Abstract
Oseghale, B, Oseghale G, Adetooto J.  2021.  Assessments of Stakeholders Perception on Construction Skilled Labor Shortage and Training Programmes in Benin City of Edo State, Nigeria, 03. International Journal of Business and Management. 23:19-24. Abstract
Oseghale, B, Oseghale G, Adetooto J.  2021.  Assessments of Stakeholders Perception on Construction Skilled Labor Shortage and Training Programmes in Benin City of Edo State, Nigeria, 03. International Journal of Business and Management. 23:19-24. Abstract
Muzamil, H, Owoyemi I, Abdel-rahman E, Ma J, Balogun R.  2021.  Association of Race with In-Hospital and Post-Hospitalization Mortality in Patients with Acute Kidney Injury, 03. Nephron. 145:1-11. Abstract
Opawole, A, Kajimo-Shakantu K.  2021.  Analysis of risk occurrence in projects executed by small and medium sized contracting firms, 02. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. 654:012023. Abstract
Adaralegbe, O, Opawole A, Kajimo-Shakantu K.  2021.  Assessment of management strategies for residual on-site related risk factors in educational institutional building projects, 02. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. 654:012024. Abstract
Ijadunola, M, Akinyemi P, Olowookere O, Olotu O, Goodman O, Ogundiran A, Ijadunola K.  2021.  Addressing Inclusiveness in Tertiary Co-education: Attitude of Undergraduate and Academic Staff Towards Students with Disabilities in a South-West . International Journal of Disability, Development and Education. :1-14.
Fayomi, I, Oladokun TT, Adedokun. AR.  2021.  Assessment of Real Estate Outsourcing Practice of Banks and Telecommunication Companies in Lagos, Nigeria. UNIOSUN Journal of Engineering and Environmental Sciences, . 3(2):2-.
Oyesiji, OO, Oluwale BO, Awoleye OM, Ayoola PO.  2021.  Assessment of Technical Innovation among Auto-Allied Artisans in Southwestern Nigeria. SAU Journal of Management and Social Sciences. 6(1):74-89.oyesiji_awoleye_oluwale_and_ayoola_2021.pdf
Alabi-Babalola, O, Aransiola E, Shittu T, others.  2021.  Adsorption and Kinetic Study of Activated Carbon Produced from Post-Consumer Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE) Wastes. Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science. 11:38., Number 01: Scientific Research Publishing Abstract
Akinlolu, A, Sule N, Muhammed M, Oyedepo D, Olawole M, Adejumo M, Anigilaje Y, Yusuf M, Omole P, Bukoye T, others.  2021.  Allele Diversity, Haplotype Frequency and Diversity, and Forensic Genotyping of Fulanis and Yorubas Population in North Central Region of Nigeria. Arab Journal of Forensic Sciences & Forensic Medicine. 3:216–230., Number 2 Abstract
Okoh, MOM, Onyia N, Okoh D, Abah A, Otakhoigbogie U, Adedapo H, Oyetola E, Agho E, Owotade F.  2021.  Awareness of COVID-19 and the Dental Implications of Its Oral Manifestations among Dental Health Practitioners in Nigeria: COVID-19 Awareness among Dental Practitioners. Nigerian Medical Journal. 62:194–200., Number 4 Abstract
Folayan, M, Sam-Agudu N, Adeniyi A, Oziegbe E, Nneka M, Chukwumah B, Mapayi.  2020.  Article A proposed one-stop-shop approach for the delivery of integrated oral, mental, sexual and reproductive healthcare to adolescents in Nigeria, 2020/10/21. 37 Abstract
Kinyoki, D, Ross J, Lazzar-Atwood A, Munro S, Schaeffer L, Abbasalizad Farhangi M, Abbasi M, Abbastabar H, Abdelalim A, Abdoli A, Abdollahi M, Abdollahpour I, Abdulkader R, Dereje N, Abebo T, Abegaz K, Abolhassani H, Guimarães Abreu L, Abrigo M, Hay S.  2020.  Author Correction: Mapping local patterns of childhood overweight and wasting in low- and middle-income countries between 2000 and 2017, 2020/08/01. 26:1-1. Abstract
Folayan, M, El Tantawi M, Schroth R, Kemoli A, Gaffar B, Amalia R, Feldens C.  2020.  Association Between Environmental Health, Ecosystem Vitality, and Early Childhood Caries, 2020/05/16. 8:196. Abstract
Folayan, M, El Tantawi M, Schroth R, Vukovic A, Kemoli A, Gaffar B, Obiyan M, Group E.  2020.  Associations between early childhood caries, malnutrition and anemia: a global perspective, 2020/05/04. 6:16. Abstract
Folayan, M, Oginni A, El Tantawi M, Alade M, Adeniyi A, Finlayson T.  2020.  Association between nutritional status and early childhood caries risk profile in a suburban Nigeria community, 2020/04/03. 30 Abstract
Ayoola, O, Bolarinwa R, Onwuka C, Idowu B, Aderibigbe A.  2020.  Association between Endothelial Dysfunction, Biomarkers of Renal Function, and Disease Severity in Sickle Cell Disease, 2020/02/27. 1:79-85. Abstract

BackgroundEndothelial dysfunction (ED), as ascertained by brachial artery flow-mediated dilation (FMD), is a known feature of sickle cell disease (SCD), which is present both in crisis and in steady state. The assessment of FMD was introduced to examine the vasodilator function. Our objective was to establish the relationship between ED determined by FMD, biomarkers of renal dysfunction, and biomarkers of disease severity in SCD subjects asymptomatic of renal disease.
We enrolled 44 patients with homozygous SCD in steady state and 33 age- and sex-matched controls between 2013 and 2014 in a tropical tertiary hospital. Ultrasonographic FMD of the right brachial artery, renal arterial Doppler, complete blood count, creatinine, fetal hemoglobin, soluble P-selectin, and cystatin C (Cys-C) levels were determined. Using the median FMD value of the control group, the SCD subjects were further classified into two groups for comparison.
The median FMD in SCD subjects of 3.44 (IQR, 0.00–7.08) was significantly lower than that of controls, which was 5.35 (IQR, 3.60–6.78; P =0.04). There was negative correlation between FMD and Cys-C levels ( r =−0.372; P =0.01) along with renal artery resistivity index (RARI; r =−0.307; P =0.04) in SCD subjects. Additionally, Cys-C level was significantly higher in SCD subjects with FMD<5.35.
Brachial artery FMD was significantly lower in SCD subjects compared with a control group. Cys-C and RARI show a negative correlation with FMD, indicating that renal function is related to ED in SCD.

Adebisi, E, Alao O, Ojo S.  2020.  Assessment of early warning signs predisposing building projects to failure in Nigeria, 2020/01/27. ahead-of-print Abstract

PurposeThe continuous failure of construction projects notwithstanding appreciable increase in project management knowledge has necessitated a proactive approach of assessing early warning signs (EWS) of building projects failure. Building projects are expected to show warning signs before experiencing crises, comparable to a patient displaying symptoms of a disease. Thus, this study aims to examine the EWS that predisposed building projects to failure in Nigeria to provide empirical data for enhancing projects delivery.
Primary data were used for the study. Structured questionnaire was administered to consultants and contractors’ personnel within Lagos State, Nigeria. A total of 180 copies of questionnaire were administered and 134 copies (combined response rate of 74.44 per cent) were retrieved. Frequency distribution, percentages, mean item score and Mann–Whitney test were used to analyse the data.
Most construction professionals applied the EWS approach from project planning and early construction phase. The most significant EWS predisposing building projects to failure were “Management inability and incompetence to proactively detect and manage problems at early project stages”, “Actual expenditure is constantly shooting beyond cost estimates” and “Incurred costs already getting higher than the anticipated benefits”. Project/construction management-related symptoms are most significant to predisposing building projects to failure.
Practical implications
The study provided implications for effective project management of building projects through proactive approach which is very paramount to improving the delivery of building projects in Nigeria.
The study provides implications for proactive management of building projects, thereby enhancing the delivery of building projects.

Ajayi, H, Adelokun A.  2020.  Approaches to Effective Early Childhood Leadership for Quality Child Care and Learning, 2020/01/01. :92-109. Abstract

Considering the importance of the early childhood period in the life of every child, experts have advocated the provision of a safe, secure, and enabling environment in care centres to help children develop appropriately. The place of leadership in childcare settings may not be detached from the provision of enabling environments that will enhance the all-round development of children. This chapter, therefore, focuses on the part leadership could play in early childhood care and education, analyzing the situation in the Nigerian ECCE settings and discusses different leadership approached for effective leadership that may give room for the centre and societal sustainability.

Arogundade, AB, Hammed OS, Awoyemi MO, Falade SC, Ajama OD, Olayode FA, Adebayo AS, Olabode AO.  2020.  Analysis of aeromagnetic anomalies of parts of Chad Basin, Nigeria, using high-resolution aeromagnetic data, 2020. 6(3):1545-1556.: Springer Abstract