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Rebecca Nusenu

Membership Status:
Full Member

Home Country:
Ghana

Institution:
University of Ghana

Current Address:
c/o Mr M.K. Nusenu
U.G.M.S., MTCE Unit,
P.O. Box 4236,
Accra

Phone:
(+233) 24 4749067 (Cell)

Fax:

E-mail:
rnusenu@yahoo.co.uk

Education
• BSc Nutrition and Food Science
• MSc. Student - Dietetics

Research Interests
• Diet and chronic kidney disease
• Adolescence and body composition
• Maternal and infant/child nutrition

Experience
Nov. 2005: Research Assistant for IMMPACT, NMIMR in Ghana on “Ghana health worker incentive survey”.

NOV. 2004 – JAN. 2005: Research assistant for NMIMR, on “Determining the acceptability, feasibility and accountability of the world health organization goal oriented ante- natal care package in Ghana. Research was carried out by NMIMR, Legon in collaboration with Population Council, Ghana.

Oct. 2004: - Field research assistant for management sciences for health, Ghana social
marketing foundation on “Ghana careshop revaluation emphasis” carried out by NMIMR, Legon


Sept. 2004 : Research assistant for frontiers in reproductive health, on ““Evaluation of Malaria Dialogue Education in Ghana carried out by NMIMR, Legon, for FREEDOM FROM HUNGER (FFH), USA

May 2004–July 2004 : Field Research Supervisor for IMMPACT, NMIMR on “determining maternal mortality cases in various districts using service site sampling survey.

Nov 2003-July 2004 : Research assistant and national service personnel at Nutrition Department, Noguchi memorial institute for medical research (NMIMR) on the “assessment of nutritional intake” and “.determination of vitamin A in breast milk.

July 2002–sept. 2002: Sales person for pharmacare industry limited.
Promoted pharmacare products at grand sales.

May 2001–Aug 2001 : Field research assistant for Geography Department and Resource Development, University of Ghana on “Applied rapid assessment methodology to monitor environmental health conditions in the greater Accra metropolitan area.

Dissertations/Reports

“Body Composition of Teenage girls using the Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis Technique”.
“Diet as a risk factor in adult patient with Chronic Kidney disease”.

Published Abstract

R. Nusenu, W. B Owusu and A. Laar .“Body Composition of Teenage girls using the Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis Technique” by 18th International Congress of Nutrition ,September 2005.


 

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