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Research outputs: PERSONAL WELL-BEING
2020 Achieving dietary adequacy for micronutrients through biofortification: progress and prospect review
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...
2020 Letter to the editor: South African health professionals' state of wellbeing during the emergence of COVID-19
Given the rapid emergence of COVID-19 in South Africa (SA), little is known about the wellbeing of our health professionals. The mortality r...