PhD, Jacob Owusu Sarfo
Official representative of the publishing house in West Africa
September 2019: admitted to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Health promotion.
August 2011 – December 2013: completed postgraduate studies in Clinical Psychology at the Department of Psychology, College of Humanities, University of Ghana (Ghana); defended a Master of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology thesis on the title: “The neuropsychological functioning and quality of life among diabetic patients in Ghana”; holds a professional registration as a Clinical Psychologist/Neuropsychologist from the Ghana Psychological Council (Ghana) with Registration Number: GPSY 0030-87-14.
August 2006 – May 2010: completed undergraduate studies at the School of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, University of Ghana (Ghana); was awarded with Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing, First Class Honours; holds a professional registration as a General Nurse, Nurses and Midwives’ Council, (Ghana) with Registration Number: RGN 8789.
June 2008 – December 2009: completed diploma studies at the Institute of Commercial Studies, Bournemouth (England); was awarded with Single Subject Diploma in Business Management and Administration.
March 2007 – February 2009: completed diploma studies at the Prophetic Voice Institute, Gospel Truth Ministries, Cincinnati, Ohio (United States of America); was awarded with a Diploma in Ministry.
Psychological Assessment, Adult & Child Psychopathology, Psychometrics, Psychotherapy, Ethics in Clinical Practice, Nutritional Psychology, Neuroeconomics, Neuropsychology, Health Promotion, Clinical Nursing, Public Health Education, Procrastination, Social Marketing, Consumer Behaviour, Gender, Ehealth, Religion and Pedagogical innovation.
Past Research Projects:
1. Adusei, H., & Sarfo, J. O. Mathematics associated phobia on performance among male students in Ghana.
2. Adusei, H., & Sarfo, J. O. “Teacher-based teaching” among public primary schools: Will “subject-based teaching” help Ghana?
3. Sarfo, J. O., & Adusei, H. Exploring the predictors of academic procrastination among students in Ghana.
4. Sarfo, J. O., Mate-Kole, C. C., & Opoku, J. Y. Predictors of Health-Related Quality of Life: A study among diabetic and healthy control groups in Ghana.
1. The Executive Director, KAD International, P. O Box FW 22, Effiduase - Koforidua, Eastern Region, Ghana.
2. The Assistant Head of Nursing Department, School of Humanities, All Nations University College [ANUC], P. O. Box KF 1908, Koforidua, Eastern Region, Ghana
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