Irene A. Agyepong, Ph.D.

2000 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Public Health, Health Care Management
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James E. Veney grad student 2000 UNC Chapel Hill
 (An implementation model for a district management system to achieve continuous quality improvement in malaria control as part of primary health care in Ghana.)
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Ankrah DN, Koster ES, Mantel-Teeuwisse AK, et al. (2016) Facilitators and barriers to antiretroviral therapy adherence among adolescents in Ghana. Patient Preference and Adherence. 10: 329-37
Van Der Linden EL, Browne JL, Vissers KM, et al. (2016) Maternal body mass index and adverse pregnancy outcomes: A ghanaian cohort study. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.). 24: 215-22
Antwi E, Klipstein-Grobusch K, Quansah Asare G, et al. (2016) Measuring regional and district variations in the incidence of pregnancy-induced hypertension in Ghana: challenges, opportunities and implications for maternal and newborn health policy and programmes. Tropical Medicine & International Health : Tm & Ih. 21: 93-100
Amoakoh-Coleman M, Agyepong IA, Zuithoff NPA, et al. (2016) Client factors affect provider adherence to clinical guidelines during first antenatal care Plos One. 11
Aryeetey GC, Westeneng J, Spaan E, et al. (2016) Can health insurance protect against out-of-pocket and catastrophic expenditures and also support poverty reduction? Evidence from Ghana's National Health Insurance Scheme International Journal For Equity in Health. 15
Amoakoh-Coleman M, Agyepong IA, Kayode GA, et al. (2016) Public health facility resource availability and provider adherence to first antenatal guidelines in a low resource setting in Accra, Ghana Bmc Health Services Research. 16
Koduah A, Van Dijk H, Agyepong IA. (2016) Technical analysis, contestation and politics in policy agenda setting and implementation: The rise and fall of primary care maternal services from Ghana's capitation policy Bmc Health Services Research. 16
Kwamie A, Van Dijk H, Ansah EK, et al. (2016) The path dependence of district manager decision-space in Ghana Health Policy and Planning. 31: 356-366
Koduah A, Agyepong IA, van Dijk H. (2016) ‘The one with the purse makes policy’: Power, problem definition, framing and maternal health policies and programmes evolution in national level institutionalised policy making processes in Ghana Social Science and Medicine. 167: 79-87
Shroff Z, Aulakh B, Gilson L, et al. (2015) Incorporating research evidence into decision-making processes: researcher and decision-maker perceptions from five low- and middle-income countries. Health Research Policy and Systems / Biomed Central. 13: 70
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