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Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Mustapha W

Discipline of Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney, Australia


Dr. Mustapha Alhassan is a Senior Lecturer, Clinical Psychologist and the Head of Department for Social and Behavioural Change at the School of Public Health at University for Development Studies (UDS), Tamale-Ghana. Mustapha had been teaching Theories of Psychology, Behavioural Science, and Human Growth and Development, Health Education and Promotion, Critical Reasoning, Introductory Psychology etc at UDS. He is much interested in health-related research activities especially those promotes human capacity development and growth, behavioural change communication, health decisions and its effect on people, and communication skills training.

Detection, management and impact of diabetes among the Lebanese Community of Sydney: A qualitative study

Background: Diabetes is a serious global health issue which is known to be more prevalent among certain cultural and ethnic groups. While genetics may be a contributing factor, the higher incidence or difficulties in managing the disease may be attributable to cultural habits over generations. Studies have found the prevalence of diabetes among the... Read More»

Mustapha W, Hossain SZ and O’Loughlin K

Research Article: J Community Med Health Edu 2012, 2:160

DOI: 10.4172/2161-0711.1000160

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