Ruth Onafuye

University of Greenwich


Ruth Onafuye

I am a PhD student at the University of Greenwich, studying the use of surveillance technologies (CCTV cameras) in care homes and how legislation guides homes on the lawful and effective use of these technologies. I completed my LLB, at the University of Wales, shortly after completing my LLM in International Commercial Law at Kingston University. I am also a qualified teacher, after obtaining my PGCE with the University of East London (UEL). I then went onto to teach legal studies and business administration at Havering College.

FURTHER INFORMATION

Countries UK;
Topics Rights and people’s voices in LTC systems; Technology and LTC;
Methods Comparative policy analysis; Literature reviews and synthesis; Qualitative studies;
Role Research;
Interest Groups Care home markets and regulation; Long-Term Care Policy;
Research interests

Surveillance Technology and Human Rights Law

Care Home Policy

International Commercial Law

Family Law

Advocacy

 

Key publications

Lynn LeVatte, Ruth Onafuye, Kristin Orourke and Karen Kennedy, ‘Closed-Circuit Television within Residential and Nursing Care Homes in Atlantic Canada: Exploring Policy in the UK and Nova Scotia’ (2023) Scientific Journal of Research and Reviews. https://irispublishers.com/sjrr/pdf/SJRR.MS.ID.000575.pdf