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  • Prof Samuel Agyei-Mensah, Provost of COH and Harvard School of Public Health Team
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Research Topic: Food beliefs, food habits and chronic non-communicable disease risk in an urban poor community in Accra, Ghana

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Sanuade, O. A., and Boatemaa, S. (2015). Caregiver profiles and determinants of caregiving burden in Ghana. Public Health, 29, 941-947.
  2. Nyarko, Y., Goldfrank, L., Ogedegbe, G. Soghoian, S., de-Graft Aikins, A and NYU-UG-KBTY Ghana Ebola Working Group. (2015) Preparing for Ebola Virus Disease in West African countries not yet affected: perspectives from Ghanaian health professionals. Globalisation and Health, 11, 7.
  3. Hecbert, J., Boatemaa, S., and Altman, C. (2014). Migrant Youth's Emerging Dietary Patterns in Haiti: The Role of Peer-Social Engagement. Public Health Nutrition, 18(7): 1262-1271. doi:10.1017/S1368980014001372
  4. Laar, A., Fiaveh, D., Laar, M., Boatemaa, S., Abugri, J., El-Adas A., Amenyah, R., Atuahene, K., Adjei, A. A., and Quakyi, R. (2014). Profiles of HIV-Affected Households in Ghana. Health, 6, 2004-2013.

Peer-reviewed Book Chapters

  1. Agyemang C., Boatemaa, S., Agyemang, F. G., and de-Graft Aikins, A. Obesity in Sub-Saharan Africa. (2016). In Rexford Ahima (Ed). Metabolic Syndrome: A comprehensive Textbook. Heidelberg: Springer. (In press).