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Mote, Charity V, Easmon Otupiri, and Michelle J Hindin. "Factors associated with induced abortion among women in Hohoe, Ghana." African Journal of Reproductive Health 14, no. 4 (2010): 115-122.
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Krakowiak-Redd, Daisy, Daniel Ansong, Easmon Otupiri, Sally Tran, Dana Klanderud, Isaac Boakye, Ty Dickerson, and Benjamin Crookston. "Family planning in a sub-district near Kumasi, Ghana: Side effect fears, unintended pregnancies and misuse of a medication as emergency contraception." African Journal of Reproductive Health September 15, no. 3 (2011): 121-132.
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Pool, Michelle Sharon, Easmon Otupiri, Ellis Owusu-Dabo, Ank De Jonge, and Charles Agyemang. "Physical violence during pregnancy and pregnancy outcomes in Ghana." BMC pregnancy and childbirth 14, no. 1 (2014): 71.
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Ganle, John K, Michael Parker, Raymond Fitzpatrick, and Easmon Otupiri. "Inequities in accessibility to and utilisation of maternal health services in Ghana after user-fee exemption: a descriptive study." International journal for equity in health (2014).
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Nakua, Emmanuel Kweku, Justice Thomas Sevugu, Veronica Millicent Dzomeku, Easmon Otupiri, Heather R Lipkovich, and Ellis Owusu-Dabo. "Home birth without skilled attendants despite millennium villages project intervention in Ghana: insight from a survey of women’s perceptions of skilled obstetric care." BMC pregnancy and childbirth 15, no. 1 (2015).
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Helena, Agyei, Easmon Otupiri, and RE Larson-Reindorf. "Preventing Repeat Abortions among Women in Kumasi, Ghana." American Journal of Public Health Research 4, no. 1 (2016): 8-15.
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Ganle, John Kuumuori, Easmon Otupiri, Bernard Obeng, Anthony Kwaku Edusie, Augustine Ankomah, and Richard Adanu. "Challenges women with disability face in accessing and using maternal healthcare services in Ghana: A qualitative study." PloS one 11, no. 6 (2016).
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Jennings, Larissa, Fan Yang, Easmon Otupiri, Ambrose Akinlo, Michael Okunlola, and Michelle Hindin. "Association of Household Savings and Expected Future Means with Delivery Using a Skilled Birth Attendant in Ghana and Nigeria: A Cross-Sectional Analysis." Maternal and Child Health Journal 21, no. 1 (2017): 85-95.
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Otupiri, Easmon, Priscilla Wobil, Samuel Blay Nguah, and Michelle J Hindin. "Anthropometric measurements: options for identifying low birth weight newborns in Kumasi, Ghana." PloS One 9, no. 9 (2014): e106712.
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OlaOlorun, Funmilola, Assefa Seme, Easmon Otupiri, Peter Ogunjuyigbe, and Amy Tsui. "Women's fertility desires and contraceptive behavior in three peri-urban communities in sub Saharan Africa." Reproductive Health 13, no. 1 (2016): 12.
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Gyedu, Adam, EK Nakua, E Otupiri, C Mock, P Donkor, and B Ebel. "Incidence, characteristics and risk factors for household and neighbourhood injury among young children in semiurban Ghana: a population-based household survey." Injury Prevention (2015).
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Carie, Par, Muntifering Cox, Michelle J Hindin, and Easmo Otupiri. "Comprendre la qualité de la relation des couples et la pratique contraceptive à Kumasi, au Ghana." Perspectives Internationales sur la Santé Sexuelle et Génésique (2014).
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