Inah Simon Alain

Inah Simon Alain

Lecturer
University of Calabar - Nigeria


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Environmental and Health Sciences from Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria,

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Biography

Alain Simon Inah is a Lecturer in the Department of Public Health, Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences, College of Medical Sciences, University of Calabar, Nigeria. He holds the following qualifications: PhD (in view), MPH, PGDE and B.Sc. With vast interest in environmental sanitation, water quality management, environmental toxicology and environmental health, he has published many articles.

Area of Interest:

Public Health
100%
Environmental Health
62%
Environmental Occupational Health
90%
Environmental Research
75%
Environmental Toxicology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Inde, M.U., J.E. Eko, S.A. Inah and P.I. Eyo, 2019. Assessment of disease morbidity pattern and health care seeking behaviour among the elderly in calabar municipality, cross river state, Nigeria. Int. J. Trop. Disease Health, 35: 1-10.
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  2. Agbo, B.B., E. Esienumoh, S.A. Inah, J.E. Eko and E.J. Nwachukwu, 2019. Challenges in providing immunization services amongst community pharmacists in south-south, Nigeria: a cross-sectional study. J. Adv. Med. Pharm. Sci., 21: 1-8.
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  3. Inah, S., Z. Uwadiegwu, J. Eko and J. Inah, 2017. Environmental sanitation practices on malaria control and prevention in abi local government area, cross river state, Nigeria. Asian J. Med. Health, Vol. 6. 10.9734/ajmah/2017/34870.
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  4. Inah, S., R. Ejemot-Nwadiaro, J. Inah and J. Eko, 2017. Prevalence of malaria among pregnant women and children under five years in abi local government area, cross river state, Nigeria. Asian J. Med. Health, 7: 1-7.
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  5. Inah, S., J. Eko, Z. Uwadiegwu and J. Inah, 2017. Knowledge of malaria among adult residents in abi local government area, cross river state, Nigeria. Asian J. Res. Med. Pharm. Sci., 1: 1-9.
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