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2015ASSESSING NURSES’ KNOWLEDGE LEVELS IN THE NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT OF DIABETESMogre, V.; Ansah, G. A.; Marfo, D. N.; Garti, H. A.
2015DEMOGRAPHIC, DIETARY AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PREDICTORS OF GENERAL AND ABDOMINAL OBESITY AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDYMogre, V.; Nyaba, R.; Sam, N. B.
2013DETERMINANTS OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY AMONG BASIC SCHOOL CHILDREN AGED 6 – 12 YEARS IN TAMALE METROPOLISAmidu, N.; Owiredu, W. K. B. A; Saaka, M.; Quaye, L.; Wanwan, M.; Kumibea, P. D.; Zingina, F. M.; Mogre, V.
2016THE EFFECT OF COMMUNITY BASED EDUCATION AND SERVICE (COBES) ON MEDICAL GRADUATES’ CHOICE OF SPECIALTY AND WILLINGNESS TO WORK IN RURAL COMMUNITIES IN GHANAAmalba, A.; Mook, W. N. K. A.; Mogre, V.; Scherpbier, A. J. J. A.
2019EFFECT OF PATIENT-CENTRED CARE ON QUALITY NURSING CARE, NURSE-SENSITIVE INDICATORS AND SATISFACTION OF NURSES AND PATIENTS IN ADULT MEDICAL INPATIENTS SETTING A MIXED METHODS SYSTEMATIC REVIEW PROTOCOLAbugre, D.; Mogre, V.; Bhengu, B. R.
2019FUTURE DOCTORS’ PERSPECTIVES ON HEALTH PROFESSIONALS’ RESPONSIBILITY REGARDING NUTRITION CARE AND WHY DOCTORS SHOULD LEARN ABOUT NUTRITION: A QUALITATIVE STUDYMogre, V.; Stevens, F. C. J.; Aryee, P. A.; Amalba, A.; Scherpbier, A. J. J. A.
2016KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND DETERMINANTS OF EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING PRACTICE AMONG GHANAIAN RURAL LACTATING MOTHERSMogre, V.; Dery, M.; Gaa, P. K.
2017NURSES’ KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES REGARDING MALNUTRITION IN CHILDREN AND ITS MANAGEMENT IN GHANAMogre, V.; Yakubu, A.; Fuseini, M.; Amalba, A.; Aguree, S.
2016THE PERCEIVED USEFULNESS OF COMMUNITY BASED EDUCATION AND SERVICE (COBES) REGARDING STUDENTS’ RURAL WORKPLACE CHOICESAmalba, A.; van Mook, W. N. K. A.; Mogre, V.; Scherpbier, A. J. J. A.
2016PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE DUNDEE READY EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MEASURE IN A SAMPLE OF GHANAIAN MEDICAL STUDENTSMogre, V.; Amalba, A.
2016REALIST SYNTHESIS OF EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTIONS TO IMPROVE NUTRITION CARE COMPETENCIES AND DELIVERY BY DOCTORS AND OTHER HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALSMogre, V.; Scherpbier, A. J. J. A.; Stevens, F.; Aryee, P.; Mary, G. C.; Dornan, T.
2016SELF‑REPORTED RECEIPT OF HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL’S WEIGHT MANAGEMENT COUNSELLING IS ASSOCIATED WITH SELF‑REPORTED WEIGHT MANAGEMENT BEHAVIOURS OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTSMogre, V.; Wanaba, P.; Apala, P.; Nsoh, A. J.
2018WHY NUTRITION EDUCATION IS INADEQUATE IN THE MEDICAL CURRICULUM: A QUALITATIVE STUDY OF STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES ON BARRIERS AND STRATEGIESMogre, V.; Stevens, F. C. J.; Aryee, P. A.; Amalba, A.; Scherpbier, A. J. J. A.