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Justina Agula

University Research Co., LLC/USAID Ghana Systems for Health, Accra, Ghana

Justina Agula

Justina Agula, MSc Health and Society, BA Integrated Development Studies
Quality Improvement Adviser, University Research Co., LLC/USAID Ghana Systems for Health, Accra, Ghana

Justina Agula is a dynamic woman, a diligent interdisciplinary researcher in the field of the health and social sciences. She is a trained quality improvement coach with enormous work experience and knowledge in the healthcare systems in Ghana. Over the years, she has built an excellent portfolio of working with managers in the health sector. She obtained her MSc Health and Society and a minor in Research Methodology from Wageningen University, the Netherlands and BA Integrated Development Studies from the University for Development Studies, Ghana.

All though she has immense expertise in the areas of maternal and child health, paediatrics and malaria, her passion for sexual and reproductive health of young people, and research methodology is much strongest. She looks forward to learning something new from this course and building further on her professional network.


  • Justina Agula, Jennifer B. Barrett and Hilde Tobi. 2015. The other Side of Rapport: Data Collection Mode and Interviewer Gender Effects on Sexual Health Reporting in Ghana. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 19(3):111
  • Lawrence Gyabaa Febir, Frank Ekow Baiden, Justina Agula, Delimini K Rupert; Bright Akpalu, Mathilda Tivura, Nelson Amanfo, Daniel Chandramohan, Seth Owusu-Agyei, Jayne Webster. 2015. Implementation of the Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses with parasitological diagnosis of malaria in rural Ghana: Health Worker Perceptions. Malaria Journal, 14:174
  • Jayne Webster, Frank Baiden, Justina Bawah, Jane Bruce, Matilda Tivura, Rupert Delmini, Seeba Amenga-Etego, Daniel Chandramohan and Seth Owusu-Agyei. 2014. Management of febrile children under five years in hospitals and health centres of rural Ghana. Malaria Journal, 13:261
  • Frank Baiden, Seth Owusu-Agyei, Justina Bawah, Jane Bruce, Mathilda Tivura, Rupert Delmini, Staphaney Gyaase, Seeba Amenga-Etego, Daniel Chandramohan, and Jayne Webster. 2011. An Evaluation of the Clinical Assessment of under-five Febrile Children Presenting to Primary Health Facilities in Rural Ghana. PLoS One, 6(12):e28944