Dr Icheku has authored a book chapter, 5 books, 15 Journal articles and presented papers at many international conferences. He developed SIAC model for ethically analysis that was hailed as Innovative Teaching and Learning Tool by UK Higher Education Academy. Evidence abounds in literature, which shows that the model enjoys worldwide acceptance. His academic awards include: *Co-authored a research article that won the World Academic Championship 2017 in Health and Social Care. *Awarded the “Senior Fellow by the Higher Education Academy in honour of his contribution to the UK Higher Education and reaching worldwide audience with his work in 2014. *Award for Academic Excellence in 2008 by the Ibusa Community Development Union (ICDU) UK and Ireland. *Nominee for the best teacher’s award, London South Bank University in 2015 and 2016 respectively. Dr Vincent Icheku’s current roles include: • Senior lecturer in the School of Health and Social Care, London South Bank University (LSBU) • Member of the School of Health and Social Care, Research Ethics Committee • Professor appointed by British Journal of Research • Editorial Board member of Innovation Info Open Access Journal • Associate Editor, Open Access Research in Anatomy • Editor, Journal of Therapeutic and Diagnosis • External Examiner appointed by the faculty of Health, Education, and Life Sciences, Birmingham City University, United Kingdom.
Dr Icheku’s research interests are: Cultural context of infectious diseases and evidence based practice in nursing and social work.