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Hand Hygiene Practices among Nurses and Midwives at the Hospital in the Covid-19 Era
Carlos Yeboah, Samuel Yaw-Opoku, Richard Kwesi Henneh
Hand hygiene, handwashing, practices, nurses, midwives, handwashing facilities

The purpose of this study is to assess hand hygiene practices among nurses and midwives at the hospital in this COVID-19 era. The survey employed a health facility-based cross-sectional study design... 12 months ago

Student Academic Performance and Single Parenting: A Theoretical Perspective
Daniel Kessie
students, families, academic performance, theories

This study reviewed theories that explain how single parenting influences the academic performance of students. Theories that were reviewed include the Family Deficit Model, the Risk and Protective ... 1 year ago

Improving coverage of antenatal iron and folic acid supplementation and malaria prophylaxis through targeted information and home deliveries in Côte d’Ivoire: a cluster randomized controlled trial.
Siaka Koné, Nicole Probst-Hensch, Daouda Dao, Jürg Utzinger
prophylaxis, antenatal, folic acid, Côte d’Ivoire

Introduction Coverage of antenatal iron and folic acid (IFA) supplementation and malaria chemoprophylaxis remains low in many low-income and middle-income settings. We assessed the effectiveness ... 1 year ago

Vulvovaginal Candidiasis among Women of Reproductive Age: Prevalence and Asociated Factors
Maxwell Owusu Peprah, Alfred Kuranchie, Charles Agyeman Prempeh, Philip Amo-Kodi...
Women, Vulvovaginal candidiasis, Reproductive age, Dormaa central municipality

Candida overgrowth causes vulvovaginal candidiasis. Most women of reproductive age become infected once, but some get re-infected, leading to issues such as pre-term labour, infertility, and neo-natal... 1 year ago

Implementation of Medical Image Watermarking Using RDWT and SVD for Secure Medical Data Transmission in Healthcare Systems
Atianashie Miracle A, Chukwuma Chinaza Adaobi, Eneji Samuel Eneji, Ibe Walter Ey...

In telemedicine, the authenticity and integrity of medical images must be safeguarded. Copyright protection is provided through robust medical image watermarking (MIW) methods, and the original pict... 1 year ago

Postoperative chemotherapy in patients with rectal cancer receiving preoperative radio(chemo)therapy: A meta-analysis of randomized trials comparing surgery a fluoropyrimidine and surgery þ a fluoropyrimidine oxaliplatin
K. Bujko a, B. Glimelius b, V. Valentini c, W. Michalski d, M. Spalek
Rectal cancer, Adjuvant chemotherapy, Oxaliplatin-combination

Background: There is no consensus on the role of postoperative chemotherapy in patients with rectal cancer who have received preoperative radio(chemo)therapy. Materials and methods: A systematic rev... 1 year ago

Molecular docking and in-silico predictive analysis of potential herbdrug interactions between Momordica charantia and Empagliflozin
Karun Venkatesan Uma , Jacob Vineth Martin , Gunasekaran Sutheeswaran , Raman Ra...
Empagliflozin, Momordica charantia, herb-drug interactions, molecular docking, simulation, pharmacokinetics.

The most prominent sequel of multidrug regimens in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients include polypharmacy, non-compliance with medications, and increased financial burden. An extensive study on benefi... 1 year ago

Academic Performance of Single-Parented Pupils in Public Basic Schools
Daniel Kessie
academic performance, single parented, public basic schools

This study examines the academic performance of single-parented pupils in public basic schools in the Berekum Municipality in the Bono region of Ghana by comparing and analyzing pupils’ academic ... 1 year ago

Audiences' Choice of Sources and Verification of News: Do Age and Educational Level Matter in Ghana?
Peter N. Amponsah, Mavis Okyere
audience, validation of news, traditional media, demographic characteristics, social media, news-democracy

Today's news media landscape exposes audiences to multi-faceted media choices. Using an audience-centered approach in a cross-sectional survey of 419 respondents, we examined the audience's choice o... 1 year ago

Improving school feeding through participation: should the teacher be actively involved?
Issah Iddrisu
Stakeholder participation, Educational programme, School feeding, Teacher participation

Purpose – Maintaining the success of educational institutions largely depends on the teacher. It is the teacher whose main efforts and contribution help in achieving the goals in education. The pur... 1 year ago

Do Teaching Models Affect Students' Academic Performance
Noble Amoako Sarkodie
ADDIER, ASSURER, eta square, models, reflection

The study's objective was to evaluate how the ADDIER and ASSURER models affected the academic performance of students. A test was used to collect data from Sunyani Technical University's final-year... 1 year ago

The Role of Human Resource Development Professionals in Accelerating Growth in Contemporary Organizations
Isaac Sardello Kodzo Agbesi
Human Resource Development Professionals, Contemporary Organizations, Employee skills

Human resource development is a framework for managing, enhancing, and maximizing employee skills, capabilities, and proficiencies within an organization. These roles are performed by HRD professio... 1 year ago

The Effect of Reward and Motivation Strategies on the Performance of Ordained Ministers in the Presbyterian Church of Ghana
Rev. Bright Ofosu Asiedu
Rewards, motivation, ordained ministers, Presbyterian Church, Ghana

Contemporary and extant literature had focused on the impact of direct and indirect rewards on workers’ motivation in both public and private sectors of the labor force. It was, therefore, exigent... 1 year ago

Fishing Activities and Academic Life of Junior High School Students at APAM in the Central Region of Ghana
Isaac Kwasi Henyo, Thomas Amoako Mensah, Francisca Konadu
Fishing, education, academic life, JHS (Junior High School Students), fishing communities, Ghana

This study assessed how students combine academic work with fishing activities. The main objective was to investigate how fishing activities affect students’ education and how it influences their... 1 year ago

Factors Influencing Teenage Pregnancy in the Birim North District in the Eastern Region of Ghana
Mary Achiaa
Teenage pregnancy, influence, factors

Globally, teenage pregnancy has persistently posed serious challenges. Young girls giving birth earlier has serious public health and social concerns. About 95% teenage pregnancies occur in developi... 1 year ago

Qualities of a Good Lecturer: Students' Perspectives
Stephen Nanyele, Kaku Sagary Nokoe
Good lecturers, qualities, student’s perspective

The paper set out to describe what CUG students considered as the most desirable (best) attributes or characteristics of a good lecturer. The cross-sectional descriptive survey was designed along q... 1 year ago

A Literature Review on Management Practices among Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Elida Serwaa Adjei-Boateng
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), Business Management, Economic growth, Investment, Accounting Information and Entrepreneurs

Medium and Small sized Enterprise management is the act of aligning and integrating all facets of a small business, including managing your staff, vendors, finances, business strategy, and day-to-da... 1 year ago

Do Teaching Models Affect Students Academic Performance
Noble Amoako Sarkodie
ADDIER, ASSURER, eta square, models, reflection

The study's objective was to evaluate how the ADDIER and ASSURER models affected the academic performance of students. A test was used to collect data from Sunyani Technical University's final-year ... 1 year ago

Financial Management Practices among Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in the Sunyani Municipality
Osei-Boakye Dominic, Atianashie Miracle A, Chukwuma Chinaza Adaobi
Financial Management, Investments, Capital Management, SMEs

Small and medium-scale enterprises (SMEs) are recognized as the foundation upon which the development of developing and middle-income nations can be built, and Ghana is no exception. They create num... 1 year ago

A Hybrid Multi-Class Classification of Alzheimer Disease Based on OperativeDeep Learning Techniques: Xception-Fractalnet
Chukwuma Chinaza Adaobi, Atianashie Miracle A., Mathias Justice Akanzabwon Asaar...
Deep learning, Fractalnet, Xception, Unet++, Alzheimer‟s disease, Magnetic Resonance (MRI)

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a type of dementia that affects people as they get older and is one of the most frequent memory depletion diseases.  Early-stage  AD  identification is essential for ... 1 year ago

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