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Joseph Adu
Joseph Adu
Western University of Canada
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The effects of individual and community-level factors on maternal health outcomes in Ghana
J Adu, E Tenkorang, E Banchani, J Allison, S Mulay
PloS one 13 (11), e0207942, 2018
322018
Individual and community-level factors on maternal health outcomes in Ghana. Masters thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland 1.
J Adu
Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2018
32*2018
The Deinstitutionalization of Psychiatric Hospitals in Ghana: An application of Bronfenbrenner’s Social-Ecological Model
J Adu, A Oudshoorn
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2020
92020
Social Contact: Next Steps in an Effective Strategy to Mitigate the Stigma of Mental Illness
J Adu, A Oudshoorn, K Anderson, CA Marshall, H Stuart
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2021
22021
Policies and Interventions to Reduce Familial Mental Illness Stigma: A Scoping Review of Empirical Literature
J Adu, A Oudshoorn, K Anderson, A Marshall, Carrie, H Stuart, M Stanley
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 2021
12021
Critical Narrative Inquiry: An Examination of a Methodological Approach
LP Gavidia, J Adu
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 21 (1-5), 2022
2022
Exploring the Experiences of Familial Stigma Among Individuals Living with Mental Illnesses
J Adu, A Oudshoorn, K Anderson, A Marshall, Carrie, H Stuart
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Graduate Students Annual Conference, 2022
2022
Can global health equity gaps be bridged during a pandemic?
J Adu, E Monette
Global Health Equity Bloghttps://ghe.uwo.ca/blog/posts …, 2022
2022
How can we support evidence-informed policy making on the African continent?
J Adu, FM Owusu, S Gyamfi, E Yeboah-Martin
http://www.evidenceandpolicyblog.co.uk/, 2022
2022
Social contact key to reducing mental health stigma. New Western-led study offers promising next step in changing public perceptions.
K Ferguson
Western News.https://news.westernu.ca/2022/01/social-contact-key-to-reducing …, 2022
2022
Reconciling Primary Healthcare Delivery with Social Media: A case study of Cape Coast, Ghana
E Yeboah-Martin, S Gyamfi, J Adu, M Owusu
International Journal of Africa Nursing Sciences, 2022
2022
Maternal Health Care in Ghana: Challenges Facing the Uptake of Services in the Shai Osudoku District.
J Adu, FM Owusu, E Martin-Yeboah, A Ahenkan, S Gyamfi
Women's Reproductive Health; https://doi.org/10.1080/23293691.2021.2016187, 2021
2021
Reducing maternal and child mortality in rural Ghana
J Adu, S Mulay, MF Owusu
Pan African Medical Journal 39 (263), 2021
2021
Assessing the psycho-socioeconomic impact of COVID-19 on foreign students and their families
J Adu, FM Owusu, S Gyamfi, E Yeboah-Martin
Pan African Medical Journal 5 (14), 2021
2021
Knowledge translation platforms to support African evidence-informed policies: challenges and progress.
J Adu, S Gyamfi, E Yeboah-Martin
Evidence & Policy Journal, 2021
2021
The Relevance of Feminist Issues: Race, Class, and Sexuality to Maternal Mortality in Ghana
A Joseph
Women's Health Science Journal 4 (2), 2020
2020
Sedentary Work And Incidence of Hypertension Among Market Women In Accra-Ghana: A Case Study of Makola Market Women
P Appiah-Konadu, C Yekple, I Adu, J Adu, E Abokyi
Researchjournali's Journal Of Public Health 2 (2), 2016
2016
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