Prof. Robert Quansah

Associate Professor

Research Areas/Interests

RESEARCH PROJECTS INJURY-RELATED RESEARCH Epidemiology, Pre-hospital and hospital care. Population Based epidemiological survey on injury - 2002 Eval...~more

My full CV




    • Epidemiology, Pre-hospital and hospital care.
    • Population Based epidemiological survey on injury - 2002
    • Evaluation of trauma care capabilities of hospitals using
    • WHO-IATSIC guidelines - 2003-4.
    • Degenerative conditions of the spine
    • Strengthening injury control research in Ghana
    • Management of injuries of the tibia with the I1izarov's Technique
    • Osteoporosis
    1. Stewart BT, Tansley G, Gyedu A, Ofosu A, Donkor P, Appiah-Denkyira E, et al. Mapping Population-Level Spatial Access to Essential Surgical Care in Ghana Using Availability of Bellwether Procedures. JAMA surgery. 2016;151(8):e161239.
    2. Stewart BT, Quansah R, Gyedu A, Boakye G, Abantanga F, Ankomah J, et al. Serial Assessment of Trauma Care Capacity in Ghana in 2004 and 2014. JAMA surgery. 2016;151(2):164-71.
    3. Stewart BT, Gyedu A, Tansley G, Yeboah D, Amponsah-Manu F, Mock C, et al. Orthopaedic Trauma Care Capacity Assessment and Strategic Planning in Ghana: Mapping a Way Forward. The Journal of bone and joint surgery American volume. 2016;98(23):e104.
    4. Stewart BT, Gyedu A, Quansah R, Addo WL, Afoko A, Agbenorku P, et al. District-level hospital trauma care audit filters: Delphi technique for defining context-appropriate indicators for quality improvement initiative evaluation in developing countries. Injury. 2016;47(1):211-9.
    5. LaGrone L, Riggle K, Joshipura M, Quansah R, Reynolds T, Sherr K, et al. Uptake of the World Health Organization's trauma care guidelines: a systematic review. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 2016;94(8):585-98c.
    6. Gyedu A, Stewart BT, Nakua E, Quansah R, Donkor P, Mock C, et al. Assessment of risk of peripheral vascular disease and vascular care capacity in low- and middle-income countries. The British journal of surgery. 2016;103(1):51-9.
    7. Stewart BT, Quansah R, Gyedu A, Ankomah J, Donkor P, Mock C. Strategic Assessment of Trauma Care Capacity in Ghana. World journal of surgery. 2015;39(10):2428-40.
    8. Ankomah J, Stewart BT, Oppong-Nketia V, Koranteng A, Gyedu A, Quansah R, et al. Strategic assessment of the availability of pediatric trauma care equipment, technology and supplies in Ghana. Journal of pediatric surgery. 2015;50(11):1922-7.
    9. Kotagal M, Agarwal-Harding KJ, Mock C, Quansah R, Arreola-Risa C, Meara JG. Health and economic benefits of improved injury prevention and trauma care worldwide. PloS one. 2014;9(3):e91862.
    10. Mock C, Joshipura M, Arreola-Risa C, Quansah R. An estimate of the number of lives that could be saved through improvements in trauma care globally. World journal of surgery. 2012;36(5):959-63.
    11. Yankson IK, Browne EN, Tagbor H, Donkor P, Quansah R, Asare GE, et al. Reporting on road traffic injury: content analysis of injuries and prevention opportunities in Ghanaian newspapers. Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention. 2010;16(3):194-7.
    12. Quansah R, Abantanga F, Donkor P. Trauma training for nonorthopaedic doctors in low- and middle-income countries. Clinical orthopaedics and related research. 2008;466(10):2403-12.
    13. Mock C, Joshipura M, Quansah R, Arreola-Risa C. Advancing injury prevention and trauma care in North America and globally. The Surgical clinics of North America. 2007;87(1):1-19, v.
    14. Quansah R. Essential Trauma Care: An African Perspective. . African Safety Promotion. 2006;1:167-74.
    15. Quansah R. Essential trauma care in Ghana: adaptation and implementation on the political tough road. World journal of surgery. 2006;30(6):934-9.
    16. Mock C, Nguyen S, Quansah R, Arreola-Risa C, Viradia R, Joshipura M. Evaluation of Trauma Care capabilities in four countries using the WHO-IATSIC Guidelines for Essential Trauma Care. World journal of surgery. 2006;30(6):946-56.
    17. Mock CN, Quansah R, Addae-Mensah L, Donkor P. The development of continuing education for trauma care in an African nation. Injury. 2005;36(6):725-32.
    18. Goosen J, Mock C, Quansah R. Preparing and responding to mass casualties in the developing world. International journal of injury control and safety promotion. 2005;12(2):115-7.
    19. Quansah R, Mock C, Abantanga F. Status of trauma care in Ghana. . Ghana Med J. 2004;38:149-52.
    20. Mock C, Quansah R, Krishnan R, Arreola-Risa C, Rivara F. Strengthening the prevention and care of injuries worldwide. Lancet (London, England). 2004;363(9427):2172-9.
    21. Mock C, Quansah R, Kobusingye O, Goosen J. Trauma care in Africa: The way forward.African. Journal of Trauma 2004;2:53-8.
    22. Mock C, Arreola-Risa C, Quansah R. Strengthening care for injured persons in less developed countries: a case study of Ghana and Mexico. Injury control and safety promotion. 2003;10(1-2):45-51.
    23. London J, Mock C, Abantanga FA, Quansah RE, Boateng KA. Using mortuary statistics in the development of an injury surveillance system in Ghana. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 2002;80(5):357-64.
    24. Abantanga F, Mock C, London J, Quansah R. Trauma at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital: A study of 2022 patients. Ghana Med J. 2002;36:49-53.
    25. Quansah R, Afukaar F, M S. Casualty trends in road traffic accidents. Ghana Med J. 2001;35:6-9.
    26. Quansah R. Availability of Emergency Medical Services along the Major Highways. Ghana Med J. 2001;35:8-10
    27. London JA, Mock CN, Quansah RE, Abantanga FA, Jurkovich GJ. Priorities for improving hospital-based trauma care in an African city. The Journal of trauma. 2001;51(4):747-53.
    28. Quansah R. Trauma Care in Ghana. J Trauma Quarterly. 1999;14(3).
    29. Mock C, Quansah R, Addae- Mensah L. Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology continuous medical education course in trauma. . J Trauma Quarterly. 1999;14(3):345-8.
    30. Forjour S, Mock C, Freidman D, Quansah R. Transport of the injured in Ghana: the need to strengthen the practice of trauma care. J Pre-hospital Immediate Care. 1999;3:66-70.

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