Dr Emmanuel Appiah-Brempong
Department Health Promotion and Education
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Emmanuel Appiah-Brempong is a Senior Lecturer of Public Health (Health Promotion), researcher and development consultant with both national and international experience. He holds a PhD in Public Health. Emmanuel is a member of the International Union of Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE), the Association of Commonwealth Scholars, DANIDA Fellows, and an International Advisory Board member of the International Journal of Health Promotion & Education (Taylor & Francis). He has expertise in health behaviour modelling, social & behaviour change communication (SBCC), WASH and health, health systems analysis, health impact assessment (HIA), mental health (ADRD), cluster-randomised controlled trials, Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) of public health interventions.
In the area of research, Emmanuel has participated in several research projects, many of which he served as the lead investigator. Funded by DANIDA, Emmanuel executed an advance research which sought to determine the effectiveness of a school-based hand hygiene intervention using a cluster-randomised controlled trial. He was involved in assessing the impact of the Change for Life Project based in Wakefield, England. Emmanuel has successfully supervised up to completion at least 30 postgraduate research projects in public health. He is currently supervising PhD research projects within the varied fields of public health.
In the area of consultancy/service, Emmanuel has rendered services to a number of national and international organisations including the Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV), Family Health International (FHI 360), National Council for Persons with Disability, Ghana Health Service and the Sinapi Aba Trust.