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Members

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BELINDA EMEFA KOKU

Lecturer

  1. Master of Philosophy in Health Services Management at the University of Ghana Legon Business School 2015/2016.
  2. 1999 -2002: Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Management, and Biology at Ursuline College, Pepper Pike, Ohio, USA 
  3. 2000: Registered Nursing Certificate Licensure (NCLEX) USA.
  4. Hospital-based Critical Care specialization training in the State of Ohio and California USA.  License number: RN 736583. Training Proving Institute:  Hillcrest Hospital; Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Cleveland Ohio, USA.
  5. 1986 – 1989: Certificate in State Registered Nursing, Holy Family Nurses Training College Nkawkaw, E/R, Ghana.  License Number: SRN 9512

Current Research

  1. Perception of Teenagers on Teenage Pregnancy: A Study At Mawuli Senior High School, Ho, in The Volta Region of Ghana
     
  2. Factors Affecting the Quality of Care Being Provided by Caregivers of the Aged: A Study at Dome in the Ho Municipality of the Volta Region of Ghana.
     
  3. Knowledge and Practices of Nurses Regarding the Use of Fluid  Intake and Output Chart in Clinical Areas at the Volta Regional Hospital Ho, Ghana
     
  4. Exploring the Knowledge and Application of the Nursing Process to Client Care among Nurses in Volta Regional Hospital.

Interested topics

  • Nursing Education
  • The Nursing Process
  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Patient safety
  • Outcomes
  • Care of the aged
  • Palliative Care
  • Global Health

International collaborations

  1. Key Role in development of Research Project in Partnership between SONAM and  York University Canada
  2. Key role in development of a Proposal for Master’s Program for SONAM in Collaboration with York University Canada
  3. Development of Strategic Plan: SONAM
  4. Writing of Annual Report: SONAM
  5. Practical Examination Coordinator

Membership

 Ghana Registered Nurses Association

American Nurses Association

(i). Assessment of the Relationship between Caregiver Psychosocial Factors and the Quality of Life of the Elderly at Home in Northern Region, Ghana

1,*Prudence P. Mwini-Nyaledzigbor, 2Diana Bazaadut, 3Luguterah Albert, 4Belinda E. Adzimah-Yeboah, 5Robert Kaba Alhassan, 6Judith Anaman and 7Worlali Nyaledzigbor

International Journal of Current Research Volume 8, Issue, 11, pp.41103-41110, November, 2016

     (ii). Pregnant Women’s Knowledge and Perception about Antenatal Care and Prevention of Malaria in Ghana

Prudence P.Mwini-Nyaledzigbor1. Adelaide M. Ansah-Ofei 2, Gladys Katsekpor 3, Robert Kab4, Belinda E. Adzimah-Yeboah 5  Judith Annaman6 & Worlali Nyaledzigbor 7.

International Journal of Development Research, Volume 06, Issue 11, pp. 10084 – 10092, November 2016.