Department of Community Health Nursing


  1. Richter, S., Vallianatos, H., Aniteye, P. and Ansu-Kyeremeh, K. (2017). Migration, Health, and Gender and Its Effects on Housing Security of Ghanaian Women. Global Qualitative Nursing Research Volume 4: 1–8.
  2. Aniteye, P., O’Brien, B. & Mayhew, S. (2016). Stigmatized by association: challenges for    abortion service providers in Ghana. BMC Health Services Research.16:486 DOI 10.1186/s 12913-016-1733-7.
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    {C} {C} {C} Ansu-Kyeremeh, K., Richter, M., Vallianatos, H. & Aniteye, P. (2016). Rural Women’s  Exposure to Health Messages and Understandings of Health. J Health Commun.  1(3):1-9.
  4. Aniteye, P. & Mayhew, S. (2013). Shaping legal abortion provision in Ghana: using policy theory to understand provider-related obstacles to policy implementation. Health Res Policy Syst11(23):1-18
  5. Aniteye, P. & Mayhew, S. (2011). Attitudes and Experiences of Women Admitted to Hospital with Abortion Complications in Ghana. Afr J Reprod Health. (1):47–55. 
  6. Obed, S.A. & Aniteye, P. (2007). Pregnancy following Eclampsia: A Longitudinal Study at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. Ghana Med J 41(3):139-143.
  7. Collison, A.H.K., Peterson, F.C. & Aniteye, P. (2003) Maternal Mortality at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital- Indirect Causes. Ghana Med J. 37(4):161-164.
  8. Obed, S.A., Nkyerkyer, K., Sackey, A., Aniteye, P. & Klufio, C.A. (2000). A Descriptive Clinical Survey of 228 Perinatal Deaths at Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital. Ghana Med J 34:188-192.

              BOOK CHAPTER

  1. Aniteye, P. (2013) “Curbing Unsafe Abortions in Ghana: Policy Implications and Stakeholders’ Concerns”.  In “Footprints of the Nursing Profession. Current Trends and Emerging Issues in Ghana. University of Ghana Readers. Sub-Saharan Publishers, Legon, Accra.


  1. Aniteye, P., Mayhew, S., O’Brien, B. (2014). Transitions in Abortion Care in Ghana: revealing the potential of globalizing provider attitudes. BMC Health Services Research 14 (Suppl 2): P5.