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2016

Awoonor-Williams, John Koku and Schmitt, Margaret L. and Tiah, Janet and Ndago, Joyce and Asuru, Rofina and Bawah, Ayaga A. and Phillips, James F.. (2016) A qualitative appraisal of stakeholder reactions to a tool for burden of disease-based health system budgeting in Ghana. Global Health Action, 9. p. 30448.

Patel, Sneha and Koku Awoonor-Williams, John and Asuru, Rofina and Boyer, Christopher B. and Awopole Yepakeh Tiah, Janet and Sheff, Mallory C. and Schmitt, Margaret L. and Alirigia, Robert and Jackson, Elizabeth F. and Phillips, James F.. (2016) Benefits and limitations of a community-engaged emergency referral system in a remote, impoverished setting of northern Ghana. Global health : science and practice, 4 (4). pp. 552-567.

Awoonor-Williams, John Koku and Phillips, James F. and Bawah, Ayaga A.. (2016) Catalyzing the scale-up of community-based primary healthcare in a rural impoverished region of northern Ghana. The international journal of health planning and management, 31 (4). e273-e289.

Exavery, Amon and Kanté, Almamy Malick and Mrema, Sigilbert and Phillips, James F. and Masanja, Honorati. (2016) Multilevel analysis of childbearing in childhood in Tanzania's rufiji district. Maternal and child health journal, 20 (2). pp. 447-455.

2015

Achana, Fabian Sebastian and Bawah, Ayaga A. and Jackson, Elizabeth F. and Welaga, Paul and Awine, Timothy and Asuo-Mante, Eric and Oduro, Abraham and Awoonor-Williams, John Koku and Phillips, James F.. (2015) Spatial and socio-demographic determinants of contraceptive use in the upper east region of Ghana. Reproductive health, Vol. 12 , 29.

2014

Kanté, Almamy M. and Nathan, Rose and Helleringer, Stéphane and Sigilbert, Mrema and Levira, Francis and Masanja, Honorati and de Savigny, Don and Abdulla, Salim and Phillips, James F.. (2014) The contribution of reduction in malaria as a cause of rapid decline of under-five mortality : evidence from the Rufiji Health and Demographic Surveillance System (HDSS) in rural Tanzania. Malaria journal, Vol. 13 , 180.

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