Research outputs

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Research outputs: GHANA

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2020 The Ghana men's study II: mapping and population size estimation (MPSE) and integrated bio-behavioral surveillance survey (IBBSS) amongst men who have sex with men (MSM) in Ghana

This report provides the most comprehensive national scale data on MSM in Ghana that then can be used to inform evidence-based programming t...

2020 Effects of a community-based multicomponent positive psychology intervention on mental health of rural adults in Ghana

There is growing evidence that positive psychology interventions (PPIs) enhance positive mental health and lead to a decrease in symptoms of...

2020 Motivations for relationships as sources of meaning: Ghanaian and South African experiences

Afrocentric paradigms reflect assumptions of the overarching importance of interconnectedness and social bonds in meaningful experiences. It...

2020 Factorial validity of the Twi versions of five measures of mental health and well-being in Ghana

Mental health is considered an integral part of human health. Reliable and valid measurement instruments are needed to assess various facets...