Working to Advance
Health Equity in Africa

Monica Ansu-Mensah

  • 2022 PhD Student
  • Country of Origin: Ghana

Monica’s PhD research evaluates the accessibility, barriers, and potential solutions to implementation/sustainability of point-of-care diagnostic testing services at the primary healthcare level in the Bono Region, Ghana. She holds a Master of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science in Public Health and Allied Sciences from the Catholic University of Ghana. She has previously worked as a Principal Administrative Assistant at the Sunyani Technical University Clinic, Ghana. Her area of interest in research is Public Health.

Research outputs

Journal article

Ansu-Mensah, M. Kuupiel, D. Bawontuo, V. Ginindza, T. 2023. Availability, stock levels and usage of In-vitro diagnostics in the Bono region, Ghana: A cross-sectional study. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine, 15:1

Ansu-Mensah, M. Kuupiel, D. Asiamah, E. Ginindza, T. 2023. Facilitators and barriers to in vitro diagnostics implementation in resource-limited settings: A scoping review. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine, 15:1.