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Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy
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Francis Ayuka

Francis Ayuka Francis Ayuka
University of Canterbur


Dr. Carey Francis Ayuka is a social scientist with over fifteen years experience in public health. Dr Ayuka has trained, supervised and managed large teams of staff and personnel. His technical areas of expertise include GIS, Health Geography, adolescent reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, voluntary counselling and testing (VCT), sexually transmitted infections, and services related to post-abortion care and family planning. Mr. Ayuka’s skills are focussed on designing intervention programmes, Monitoring and evaluating large programmes, project management, report writing, budget management, proposal writing, data collection and analysis, supervision, training, and technical oversight of large, regional projects. Dr. Ayuka is well versed in the use of ArcGIS, SPSS, EPI-INFO and STATA. Dr. Ayuka completed his PhD studies at the University of Canterbury. The title of his PhD thesis is ‘Examining the influence of ‘place’ effects on alcohol-related behavior and health and social outcomes in New Zealand.'
Research Interest

Neighbourhoods and health: the role of geographical context
Social Inequality and health related behaviours
This research aims to determine the potential influence of various place effects on alcohol-related behaviour and health outcomes in New Zealand.


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