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NEW Implementation science in low-resource settings: using the interactive systems framework to improve hand hygiene in a tertiary hospital in Ghana

Kallam, B.; C. Pettitt-Schieber, M. Owen, et al., (2019)

International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 2018, 30(9), 724–730 Promoting hand hygiene in a neonatal intensive care unit.

NEW Ghana 2017 Maternal Health Survey Key Findings

Ghana Statistical Service (GSS), Ghana Health Service (GHS), and ICF., (2018)

NEW Ghana 2017 Maternal Health Survey

Ghana Statistical Service (GSS), Ghana Health Service (GHS), and ICF, (2018)

WHO-AIMS Report on mental health system in Ghana

World Health Organization WHO, Eds.: WHO, (2011)

The World Health Organization Assessment Instrument for Mental Health Systems (WHO-AIMS) was used to collect information on the mental health system in Ghana for the year 2011. The goal of collecting this information is to improve the mental health system and to provide a baseline for monitoring the change. This will enable Ghana to develop information based mental health plans with clear base-line information and targets. It will also be useful to monitor progress in implementing reform policies, providing community services, and involving users, families and other stakeholders in mental health promotion, prevention and rehabilitation.

HIV Country Profile: 2017 - Ghana

World Health Organization (WHO), (2017)

HIV Country Intelligence - HIV Country Profiles

The Family and Disability in Ghana: Highlighting Gaps in Achieving Social Inclusion

Maxwell Peprah Opoku, Beatrice Atim Alupo, Naomi Gyamfi, Lois Odame, Wisdom Kwadwo Mprah, Eric Lawer Torgbenu, Badu Eric, Eds.: Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development Journal (DCIDJ), (2017)

There are social and environmental barriers faced by persons with disabilities which have been reported in literature. In discussing these barriers, attention is yet to be given to the support from families to members with disabilities. This study aimed to examine family support and its impact on the lives of persons with disabilities in Ghana.

Ghana Laboratory Viral Load Testing, Expansion Plan 2017-2020

Ghana Health Service (GHS), (2017)

Due to the anticipated significant rise in VL testing occasioned by Ghana’s adaptation of 2016 ART guidelines, it has become necessary to develop this VL scale-up and operational plan to assure complete client access to laboratory monitoring towards the achievement of the third 90 of the HIV care cascade. The plan will enhance VL testing, monitoring whilst improving the clinical and laboratory interface for improved client care.

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