Dr.Faustina

Frempong-Ainguah

This is Dr. Faustina Frempong-Ainguah. A member of the team of researchers that was responsible for creating the sampling frame for the data collection and then helped collect the data for the first ever survey carried out in the Ga Mashi area. As well as the EDULINK project, I am a lecturer at the University of Ghana in Population Studies and is also involved in many other research projects. I completed my PhD at the University of Southampton. Interestingly I am a fun of dogs.

RESEARCH INTERESTS 

• Research capacity building in survey methodology 

• Demographic data collection, particularly sampling procedure, questionnaire design, training of field personnel, data collection and analysis 

• Health-related quality of life among various population sub-groups 

• Population Estimation and Projections 

• Demographic and health outcomes among the population sub-groups 

• Maternal and child health care 

• Male involvement in early childhood development 

• Advanced quantitative research


PUBLICATIONS 

PEERED REVIEWED 

1. Amoako Johnson, F., Frempong-Ainguah, F. and Padmadas, S.S. (2015). Two decades of maternal care fee exemption policies in Ghana: have they benefitted the poor? Health Policy and Planning, 1-10. Doi: 10-1093/heapol/czv017. 

2. Amoako Johnson, F., Frempong-Ainguah, F. 10.1371/journal.pone.01205 56. care in Ghana. Plos One 10(3): e0120556. doi: 

3. Frempong-Ainguah, F. and Hill, A.G. (2014). Reliability, validity and responsiveness of the short form-36 : ’ Ghana. Revue Quetelet/ Quetelet Journal Vol. 2, n° 2, October 2014, pp. 7-29. DOI : 10.14428/rqj2014.02.02.01 

4. Gething, P.W., Amoako Johnson, F., Frempong-Ainguah. F., Nyarko, P., Baschieri, A. Aboagye, P., Falkingham,J.,Matthews, Z. and Atkinson, P.M. (2012). Geographical access to care at birth in Ghana: a barrier to safe motherhood, BMC Public Health 2012, 12:99; http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/12/991


BOOK CHAPTERS

1. Frempong-AinguahF., Badasu D.M., and Cudjoe S.N 9 “ - South Independent Child Migration in Ghana- T F ” I K Kwankye, S.O. (eds.): Independent Migration of Children in Ghana. Chapter 4, pp 71-100. Sundel Services, Ghana (ISBN: 9964-75-075-7).

2. Badasu D.M., Frempong-Ainguah F., j 9 “ Y D ” I K K O : Independent Migration of Children in Ghana. Chapter 7, pp 171-205. Sundel Services, Ghana (ISBN: 9964-75-075-7).

TECHNICAL REPORTS

1. Tawiah, E., Nyarko P., Frempong-Ainguah F., Bosu B., and Osei D9 “I Study: Health Impact of the Scale-up to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria with special reference to the G F R G ” I I W Health Organization, John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Harvard University School of Public Health and African Population and Health Research Centre, Calverton, Maryland.

2. Kwansah J, Frempong-Ainguah F., Kyei-Gyamfi S., Boateng R.A.K, Peprah P.K., Mwangi J.and Botwe A.A. (20 9 “G I R D IRD 8 D I ” R K Metropolitan Areas. UNICEF Ghana in collaboration with Ghana Statistical Service and Ministry of Health, Ghana.

3. Kwansah J, Frempong-Ainguah F., Kyei-Gyamfi S., Boateng R.A.K, Peprah P.K., Mwangi J.and Botwe 9 “G I R D 8 D I ” R R UNICEF Ghana in collaboration with Ghana Statistical Service and Ministry of Health, Ghana.

4. Kwansah J, Frempong-Ainguah F., Kyei-Gyamfi S., Boateng R.A.K, Peprah P.K., Mwangi J.and B 9 “G I R D 7 D I ” R n the Northern Region. UNICEF Ghana in collaboration with Ghana Statistical Service and Ministry of Health, Ghana.

5. Kwansah J, Frempong-Ainguah, F., Kyei-Gyamfi S., Boateng R.A.K, Peprah P.K., Mwangi J.and B 9 “G I R D y Supplementary Survey 2007 (District I ” R U R UNICEF Ghana in collaboration with Ghana Statistical Service and Ministry of Health, Ghana.

6. Kwansah J, Frempong-Ainguah F., Kyei-Gyamfi S., Boateng R.A.K, Peprah P.K., Mwangi J.and B 9 “G I R D 7 D I ” R U W R UNICEF Ghana in collaboration with Ghana Statistical Service and Ministry of Health, Ghana.

7. Kwansah J, Frempong-Ainguah F., Kyei-Gyamfi S., Boateng R.A.K, Peprah P.K., Mwangi J.and Botwe A.A.(2009). “G I                                                   R D 7/ 8 (District MI ” R Central, Northern, Upper East and Upper West Regions. UNICEF Ghana in collaboration with Ghana Statistical Service and Ministry of Health, Ghana.

OTHER TECHNICAL REPORTS

Contributed to the 2006 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey country Report. Ghana Statistical Service, Ministry of Health, and UNICEF. 2008. Monitoring the Situation of Children, Women and Men.

 Coordinated the 2006 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Draft Report. Ghana Statistical Service, Ministry of Health, and UNICEF. 2007. Monitoring the Situation of Children, Women and Men.

 Contributed to the 2003 Ghana Demographic and Health Survey Report. Ghana Statistical Service, Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research and ORC Macro. (2004). Ghana Demographic and Health Survey 2003. Calverton, Maryland.

CONFERENCES, SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS AT WHICH PAPERS WERE PRESENTED

1. Frempong-Ainguah, F., Bailey G ‘ ; ’ Paper presented at the Sixth Annual Colloquium, Faculty of Social Sciences, , University of Ghana Legon, ISSER Conference Complex; March 21-22, 2013.

2. Frempong-Ainguah, F B G ‘Q : ’- Paper presented at’- presented at the sixth Annual Colloquium; Faculty of Social Sciences, , University of Ghana Legon ;ISSER Conference Complex; March 21-22, 2013.

3. Frempong-Ainguah, F. ‘G D -rated health measured by a Standard instrument reflect the presence of a medical condition? Evidence f G ’ G T Q W ’ G ; February 5, 2013.

4. Frempong-Ainguah, F ‘ : methodological resul T W ’ G ’ The Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS) Monthly Seminar University of Ghana Legon, January, 31, 2013.

5. Frempong-Ainguah, F. ‘D j the presence of a ? W ’ G ;’ Poster session at University of Southampton, United Kingdom; January 30, 2013.

6. Frempong-Ainguah, F. G ‘ : ’ G ’ Quetelet 2012, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium; December, 5-7, 2012.

7. Frempong-Ainguah, F., Bailey, C.E., Hill, A.G., and Matthews, Z. ‘Do subjective health measures q j ? G ’ A paper presented at PopFest 2012, 20th Annual Conference, Loughborough University, United Kingdom; June 21-23, 2012.

8. Frempong-Ainguah, F. ‘ R I RI ’ x meeting for the successful implementation of 2010 round of Population and Housing censuses in the Africa Region organized by the UNFPA: held at hôtel Fleur de Lys, Dakar, Senegal; June 15-16, 2010.

9. Frempong-Ainguah, F. ‘I : -up to fight T G G F ’ A presentation made at the G I D F z : ‘B I D U ’; d at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel, Accra, November 20, 2009.

10. Kwankye, S.O. and Frempong-Ainguah, F ‘U B R D G ’ A paper presented at the University of Ghana Faculty of Social Sciences 3rd Annual q ‘ I D G ’ Hall at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, November, 12-13, 2009.

11. Frempong-Ainguah, F T ‘ D G ’ A paper presented at the University of Ghana Faculty of Social Sciences 3rd Annual q ‘ I D G ’ Hall at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, November, 12-13, 2009.

12. Frempong-Ainguah, F. D F ‘W ’ z G ’ U G F of Social Sciences 3rd q ‘ I D G ’ at J.H. Nketia Conference Hall at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana; November 12-13, 2009.

13. “T G G : D I ” presented at the 5th Annual International Conference of the African Science Academy Development Initiative (ASADI); held at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel, Accra, November 10-11, 2009.

14. Frempong-Ainguah, F. ‘ G ’ at 30th African Health Sciences Congress, hosted by the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research(NMIMR) in conjunction with the 5th African Rotavirus Symposium and the 8th Conference of the Society for Free Radical Research, Africa; held at GIMPA, Greenhill; Legon, Ghana. October 14-17, 2009.


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