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1 Chinbuah, Margaret A, Piet A Kager, Mercy Abbey, Margaret Gyapong, Elizabeth Awini, Justice Nonvignon, Martin Adjuik, Moses Aikins, Franco Pagnoni, and John O Gyapong. "Impact of community management of fever (using antimalarials with or without antibiotics) on childhood mortality: a cluster-randomized controlled trial in Ghana." Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. 87, no. 5 Suppl (2012): 11-20.
2 Chinbuah, Margaret A., Mercy Abbey, Piet A. Kager, Margaret Gyapong, Justice Nonvignon, Philipina Ashitey, Jonas Akpakli, Shirley-Ann A. Appiatse, David Kubi, and John O. Gyapong. "Assessment of the adherence of community health workers to dosing and referral guidelines for the management of fever in children under 5 years: a study in Dangme West District, Ghana." Int. Health 5, no. 1 (2013).
3 Nonvignon, Justice, Moses K S Aikins, Margaret A Chinbuah, Mercy Abbey, Margaret Gyapong, Bertha N A Garshong, Saviour Fia, and John O Gyapong. "Treatment choices for fevers in children under-five years in a rural Ghanaian district." Malar. J. (2010).
4 Nonvignon, Justice, Margaret A Chinbuah, Margaret Gyapong, Mercy Abbey, Elizabeth Awini, John O Gyapong, and Moses Aikins. "Is home management of fevers a cost-effective way of reducing under-five mortality in Africa? The case of a rural Ghanaian District." Trop. Med. Int. Health 17, no. 8 (2012): 951-957.
5 Owusu-Agyei, Seth, Daniel Ansong, Kwaku Asante, Sandra Kwarteng Owusu, Ruth Owusu, Naana Ayiwa Wireko Brobby, David Dosoo, Alex Osei Akoto, Kingsley Osei-Kwakye, Emmanuel Asafo Adjei, Kwadwo Owusu Boahen, Justice Sylverken, George Adjei, David Sambian, Stephen Apanga, Kingsley Kayan, Johan Vekemans, Opokua Ofori-Anyinam, Amanda Leach, Marc Lievens, Marie-Ange Demoitie, Marie-Claude Dubois, Joe Cohen, W. Ripley Ballou, Barbara Savarese, Daniel Chandramohan, John Owusu Gyapong, Paul Milligan, Sampson Antwi, Tsiri Agbenyega, Brian Greenwood, and Jennifer Evans. "Randomized controlled trial of RTS,S/AS02D and RTS,S/AS01E malaria candidate vaccines given according to different schedules in Ghanaian children." PLoS ONE (2009).