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Janet Sintim Aboagye (Mrs.)

Janet Sintim Aboagye (Mrs.)



Educational Qualifications:

  • M. P. H in Population & Rep. Health (KNUST) 2008/2010
  • Bachelor of Health Science Education (UCC) 2004/2006
  • Diploma in Health Science Education ( UCC) 1998/2000
  • Certified Midwife -Kumasi 1989/1990
  • State Registered Nurse -Agogo 1985/1988
  • Enrolled General Nurse- Berekum 1981/1983
  • GCE, O, LEVEL (New Edubiase) 1974/1979

Areas of Specialization:

  • Nursing
  • Midwifery
  • Public Health

Service to the Community:

  • Public Sensitization on Women Health e.g. Women and her Pregnancy,
    Cervical cancer, Menopause, Depression and stress management.
  • Trainer of Trainees
  • Counselling
  • Evangelism
  • Prayer Tower (CAC& CSUC)

Published Peer reviewed articles / Book Chapters/ Academic books:

  • Contributing factors to unsafe abortion practices among women of reproductive
    age at selected district hospitals in the Ashanti region of Ghana to selected district
    hospitals in the Ashanti Region
  • Challenges and expectations of Nursing care: A study of Aged Clients who accessed service in selected Ghanaian Hospitals.
  • Nurses and Medical Officers. Knowledge, Attitude and Preparedness Towards Potential Bioterrorism Attacks

Articles under review:


Research in Progress:

  • Midwives Knowledge and management of Pre-eclampsia and Eclampsia

Non Peer reviewed Publications:

  • A Study to Investigate the Effect of Tramadol among the Youth of Alaba -Kumasi

Conference papers:

  • Semester and Course Unite System
  • Reproductive Health Update Clinical Training Skills
  • Lactation Management, Behaviour Change Communication
  • Curriculum Development
  • Integrated Management of Childhood Infection
  • Intermittent Preventive Treatment of Malaria in Pregnancy
  • Infection Prevention
  • Ethical and Legal issues in Nursing for Nurses
  • Contraceptive Technology (U.S.A)
  • Training of Trainers (ACNM)
  • Advanced Effective Teaching
  • Protecting Human Research Participants
  • Changing the culture of Disrespect and Abuse in the Maternal Care Training
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