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Abubakari Sulemana
Research Topic: Social Determinants of Maternal Health

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Adjei, G., Enuameh, Y., Asante, K., Baiden, F., Nettey, O., Abubakari, S., Mahama, E., Gyaase, S., & Owusu-Agyei, S. (2015). Predictors of abortions in Rural Ghana: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 15, 202.
  2. Enuameh, Y., Nettey, O.E., Mahama, E., Tawiah, C., Boamah, E., Sulemana, A., Adjei, G., Gyaase, S., Asiedu, S.A., Manu, A., Zandoh, C., Asante, K.P. & Owusu-Agyei, S. (2015). Family Planning Needs of Adolescents in Predominantly Rural Communities in the Central Part of Ghana. Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, 5, 269-279.
  3. Nettey, O., Enuameh, Y., Mahama, E., Abubakari, S., Adjei, G., Gyaase, S., Afari –Asiedu, S., Adda, R., Yawson, A., Nuamah, G., Anane, E., Abokyi, L., Zandoh, C., Abdulai, M., Bomah, E., Adjei, K., Amenga-Etego, S., Dzabeng, F., Tawiah-Agyeman, C., Baiden, F., Asante, K., & Owusu-Agyei, S. (2015). Family Planning Awareness, Perceptions and Practice among Community Members in the Kintampo Districts of Ghana. Advances in Reproductive Sciences, 3, 1-12.
  4. Brantuo, M.N., Cristofalo, E., Meheš, M.M., Ameh, J., Brako, N.O., Boahene, F., Adjei, S.B., Opoku, E., Banda, H., Wang, Y.T., Forgor, A.A., Punguire, D., Brightson, K., Sottie, C., Owusu-Agyei, S., Williams, J.E., Abubakari, S., Oduro, A.R., Gyampong, M., Sarpong, D., Andrews E., Gyansa-Lutterodt, M., Hodgson, A., Bannerman, C., Abdullah, F. (2014). Evidence-based training and mentorship combined with enhanced outcomes surveillance to address the leading causes of neonatal mortality at the district hospital level in Ghana. Tropical Medicine and International Health,19(4), 417–426.
  5. Enuameh, Y., Tawiah, C., Afari-Asiedu, S., Nettey, O.E.A., Abubakari, S., Mahama, E., et al. (2014). Making Family Planning Services Relevant to Adolescents: Perspectives from Rural Communities in Central Ghana. Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, 4, 852-859.
  6. Abokyi, L.V., Zandoh, C., Mahama, E., Sulemana, A., Adda, R., Amenga-Etego, S., Baiden, F., and Owusu-Agyei, S. (2014). Willingness To Undergo Hiv Testing In The Kintampo Districts Of Ghana. Ghana Medical Journal, 48(1), 43-46.
  7. Owusu-Agyei, S., Nettey, O.E.A., Zandoh, C., Sulemana, A., Adda, R., Amenga-Etego, S., Mback,e C. (2012). Demographic patterns and trends in Central Ghana: Baseline indicators from theKintampo Health and Demographic Surveillance System . Global Health Action, 5, 19033.
  8. Nettey, O. E.A., Zandoh, C., Sulemana, A., Adda, R., & Owusu-Agyei, S. (2010). Clustering of childhood mortality in the Kintampo Health and Demographic Surveillance System. Global Health Action, 1, 8-14.
  9. Asante, K.P., Abokyi, L., Zandoh, C., Owusu, R., Awini, E., Sulemana, A., Amenga-Etego, S., Adda, R., Boahen, O., Segbaya, S., Mahama, E., Bart-Plange, C., Chandramohan, D., & Owusu-Agyei, S. (2010). Community perceptions of malaria and malaria treatment behaviour in a rural district of Ghana: implications for artemisinin combination therapy. BMC Public Health, 10, 409.