Student Supervision & Mentoring

I have supervised over 70 graduate and undergraduate theses from the University of Ghana, University of South Africa, the Nagasaki University of Japan, and from the University of Sheffield, UK.

Graduate Supervision

PhD Supervision and Advisory committee

# Name of Student Thesis title Supervisory Role Status
1 Deda Ogum Alangea

 

Determinants of Obesity among Basic School Pupils in the Ga-East Municipality Co-Supervisor

 

Graduated in 2015
2 Elizabeth Bako Parent Training and parent-adolescent communication on sexuality Co-Supervisor Graduated in 2015
3 Emefa E. Modey Contraceptive Discontinuation and Switching among women in Shai-Osudoku and Ningo Prampram districts (Formerly Dangme-West) Co-Supervisor Graduated in 2019
4 Cecilia Eliason Quality Of Life And Health Care Needs Of The Aged Co-Supervisor

 

Graduated in 2019
5 Miriam Iddrisu Early Reproductive Health (RH) choices of women and it’s influence on RH outcomes and practices in the Northern Region Co-Supervisor Graduated in 2015
6 Victoria S. L. Mumuni Quality of supervised antenatal,  intrapartum and postpartum care in district hospitals in the upper East Region of Ghana Co-Supervisor

 

Since 2013
7 Kyeremeh Atuahene

 

HIV and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in two Ghanaian cities Primary Supervisor

 

Since 2014
8 Linda Vanotoo Predictors of intrapartum fetal deaths in singletons delivered secondary and tertiary facilities in the Greater Accra Region Co-Supervisor

 

Since 2014
9 Demi Lesta Chronic stress in pregnancy: implications on maternal mental health and pregnancy outcomes in Lower Manya Krobo District, Ghana. Primary Supervisor

 

Since 2015
10 Allotey Naa Korkor A Health Behaviour Model-Based Intervention to Improve Contraceptive Outcomes in the Northern Region of Ghana Co-Supervisor

 

Since 2015
11 Kasim Abdulai Assessment of Diet Quality and Cardiovascular Risk Factors of People Living With HIV/AIDS Primary Supervisor Since 2016
12 Zakia Abdul-haq A Nutrition Tool for the Prevention of Nutrition-Related Non-Communicable Diseases (NR-NCDS) in Ghana Co-Supervisor

University of Sheffield

Since 2016
14 Geoffrey Adebayo Asalu Pre-Packaged Food Labelling and Use Among Urban Consumers in Accra Co-Supervisor

 

Since 2017
15 Akuah Tandoh Examination of how children in Ghana interact with the food environment Primary Supervisor Since 2019

 

MA/MPH/MSc Supervision and Advisory Committee

# Name of Student Thesis title Supervisory Role Status
1 Belynda Amankwa Challenges and experiences associated with implementing the WHO HIV and infant feeding guidelines in Ghana. Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2011
2 Okotah Archibald Nii Boye Sexual and reproductive health knowledge and concerns: a survey of adolescent students in the Ga East District of the Greater Accra region Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2011
3 Celestina Asante Knowledge on emergency contraceptive pills among women seeking pregnancy termination services at the eastern regional hospital, Koforidua. Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2011
4 Charlotte Nartey Asiedu Thesis title: Experiences of HIV-positive women receiving prevention of mother-to-child transmission services in the Accra Metropolitan Assembly Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2011
5 Kwame Kesse Adjei comparative study of modern contraceptives in private and public health facilities in Ga East Municipality Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2012
6 Evelyn Ayerko Appiah Reproductive health needs of adolescent school dropouts in the Ga East Municipality Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2012
7 Dzifa Adzoa Agbodohu Birth preparedness and complication readiness among expectant mothers at the Ridge Regional Hospital, Accra Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2013
8 Matilda Kumi-Mensah Breastfeeding practices of mothers who attend Ashaiman Polyclinic Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2014
9 Samson Korvah Arzoaquoi Common food taboos and beliefs during pregnancy in Yilo Krobo District Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2013
10 Ezekiel Apasera Utilization of HIV testing and counseling services by men in the Bolgatanga Municipality Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2013
11 Araba E. Taylor Fertility regulatory practices among HIV- positive women receiving care. Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2014
12 Perpetual Ofori-Ampofo Contraceptive knowledge and use among in-school adolescents in the Ga South Municipality of Accra Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2014
13 Zenobia Naana Sarfo Nutritional status and feeding practices of children from selected prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV sites. Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2014
14 Appiah Prince Kubi Assessment of nutritional status of school-age children in the Nkwanta South District – Volta Region of Ghana Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2014
15 Susan Ruby Efua Kumadi Birth preparedness among expectant teenagers in Ledzokuku Krowo Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) Primary Supervisor

 

Thesis is submitted for assessment in July 2015
16 Dun-Dery Elvis Junior The practice of exclusive breastfeeding among professional working mothers in Wa Central Municipality, Ghana. Primary Supervisor

 

Thesis is submitted for assessment in July 2015
17 Benedicta Kafui Atsu

 

Determinants of overweight with concurrent stunting among Ghanaian children Primary Supervisor

 

Thesis is submitted for assessment in July 2015
18 Adwoa Durowaa Williams (University of South Africa, UNISA) Factors impacting on feeding practices of infants 0-12 months which lead to malnutrition in a child welfare clinic in Tema New-Town, Ghana Co-supervisor Graduated 2014
19 Aiko Hatano, Nagasaki University Japan Long-term adherence to HIV care after delivery  among women living with HIV in Ghana’s Eastern Region Co-supervisor Graduated 2015
20 Matilda Deri Barriers to and enablers of the use of modern contraceptives among women of reproductive age in Jirapa district of the Upper West Region of Ghana Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2016
21 Akorfa Afenyo Drivers of maternal food choices for children under 5 years Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2016
22 Daniel Osei Early Infant Diagnosis of HIV in Eastern of Ghana: Stakeholders knowledge and implementation challenges Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2016
23 Timob G. Likida Early Infant Feeding Modality and The Nutritional Indicators of Children Aged 06-24 Months in The Mamprugu-Moakduri District of, Northern Region, Ghana Primary Supervisor Graduated 2017
24 Iddrissu Kunamsi Workplace Support for Exclusive Breastfeeding in Tamale: Perspectives of Employees and Management. Primary Supervisor Graduated 2017
25 Claudia Ewa The Association Between Health Literacy and Obesity Among Adolescents in Selected Schools in Adentan Municipality Primary Supervisor Graduated 2017
26 Gloria Osei Owusu Drivers Of Food Choices among Adolescent Girls in Lower Manya Krobo District Primary Supervisor Graduated 2017
27 Deborah Baafi Challenges associated with implementation of PMTCT Option B+ in the Techiman municipality Primary Supervisor Graduated 2017
28 Kafui  Odoom Quality of infant feeding counselling for HIV-positive women in the Ashiedu-Keteke Sub-metro of Accra Primary Supervisor Graduated 2017
29 Alice Adams Nutrition literacy and numeracy of healthcare providers in the Lower Manya Krobo Municipality Primary Supervisor Graduated 2018
30 Jennifer Larri Home Support and Exclusive Breastfeeding: Perspecgives of Household Level Actors Primary Supervisor Graduated 2018
31 Ifeyinwa Ernestina Osagie Uptake Of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Screening And Antiretroviral Therapy (Art) By Tuberculosis Clients In Adentan And Tema Greater Accra Region Of Ghana. Primary Supervisor Graduated 2018
32 Raphael  Aperko Sackitey Determinants of condom use among female sex workers Primary Supervisor Graduated 2018
33 Sandra Boakye Adolescents and adult first time mothers health seeking practices during pregnancy and early motherhood: A mixed methods study in Sunyani Municipality, Ghana Primary Supervisor Graduated 2018
34 John Gbenatey Factors contributing to the low uptake of ITPp among pregnant women at Kasoa, Central Region, Ghana. Primary Supervisor Graduated 2018
35 Timothy Awentok-Mahama  Asam Utilization of family planning services in the Builisa South District, Ghana Primary Supervisor Graduated 2018
36 Patience Tsrah Healthiness of foods on promotional flyers of Accra-based supermarkets Primary Supervisor Graduated 2018
37 Irene Kumi Healthiness of foods and beverages advertised on selected Ghanaian television programmes. Primary Supervisor Graduated 2019
38 Mathew Yosah Konlan Exploration of the food retail environment in Tamale Metropolis, Ghana Primary Supervisor Graduated 2019
39 Gideon S. Amevinya Commercial Food Advertising at the University of Ghana, Legon Campus Primary Supervisor Graduated 2019
40 Maxwell Konlan Nutrition standards and nature of foods sold at the university of Ghana canteens Primary Supervisor Graduated 2019
41 Priscilla Okomeng Assessing implementation outcomes of joint TB/HIV treatment programme in the Accra Metropolis: a qualitative study Primary Supervisor Since 2019
42 Sylvia Orleans-Walker Missed opportunities to ending

Mother to child transmission of

HIV in Ghana: a systematic review

 

Primary Supervisor Since 2019
43 Akosua Pokua Adjei Assessment of the food retail environment around selected basic schools in the Accra Metropolitan Assembly

 

Primary Supervisor Since 2019
44 Dorcas Manortey

 

Assessment of food retail environment and provisioning outlets in selected basic schools in Ashaiman Municipality Primary Supervisor Since 2019

 

 

BS/BSc/BPH Supervision and Advisory Committee

# Name of Student Thesis title Supervisory Role Status
1 Anna Ofori Retrospective study of childbirth outcomes in Suntreso Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2012
2 Mawutor Adzoa Manyo Factors that influence the use of essential obstetric care facilities at Ashiedu Keteke Sub-Metro Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2012
3 Haggar Ankomah Obeng A retrospective study of child birth outcomes at the Tema General Hospital, Tema, Accra Ghana Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2012
4 Peggy Keteku The salt bank model for universal salt iodization in Ghana: a case study of the Nyanyano Salt Bank, Central Region. Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2013
5 Mavis Mwinisumbu Borsundeme Fuseini Monitoring of community iodized salt quality status in the La Dadekotokpon Municipality, Accra Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2013
6 Effah Kwaw Ernest Monitoring of community iodized salt quality status in the Tafo Sub – Metropolis in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2013
7 Kaaih Edward Knowledge of obesity among health workers in the Wa Municipality Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2014
8 Ametepe Delight Elorm Obesity literacy and numeracy among health workers in the Hohoe Municipality, Volta Region. Primary Supervisor

 

Graduated 2014
9 Eva Phyllis Brown Efforts of health workers in protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding in Kintampo South District Primary Supervisor

 

Completed; project June 2015
10 Eugenia Amenorpenyo Efforts of health workers  in supporting, promoting and protecting breast feeding in Shama District Primary Supervisor

 

Completed; June 2015
12 Edith Amutty Perspectives of the various stakeholders on the CHPS initiative in the Anyaa Sub-district of Ga -Central Municipality. Primary Supervisor Completed 2016
13 Ruth Alan Knowledge and practice of EBF among nursing mothers in North Tongu district Primary Supervisor Completed 2016
14 Margaret Akudugu Contraceptive Knowledge and Use Among Adolescent Girls in Bawku Municipality, Ghana. Primary Supervisor Completed 2017
15 Ama Serwaa-Bonsu Kusi Uptake of Antenatal and Supervised Delivery services in an urban setting: Analysis of

routine data from the Madina Polyclinic.

Primary Supervisor Completed 2018
16 Richard Dery

 

Assessment of the literacy level of healthcare providers on infant and young child feeding in the Jirapa municipality of upper west region, Ghana. Primary Supervisor Completed 2019