Sickle Cell Gene Transmission : Do Public Servants in Tamale , Ghana Have the Right Knowledge and Attitude to Curb It ?

@inproceedings{Ameade2015SickleCG,
  title={Sickle Cell Gene Transmission : Do Public Servants in Tamale , Ghana Have the Right Knowledge and Attitude to Curb It ?},
  author={Evans Paul Kwame Ameade and Baba Sulemana Mohammed and Gideon Kofi Helegbe and S. A. YAKUBU},
  year={2015}
}
Introduction: Sickle cell disease (SCD) is exerting enormous public health and economic burden on many countries. To reduce these effects, the World Health Organization is urging countries, especially those in Africa, to increase public awareness of this disease. This study accessed whether public servants in Tamale, Ghana possess adequate knowledge and positive attitude towards SCD. Method: A total of 320 public servants within the Tamale Metropolis were invited to complete a questionnaire in… CONTINUE READING

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