Dr. Frank Kyei-Arthur is a lecturer in Population Studies at the Department of Environment and Public Health, University of Environment and Sustainable Development (UESD), Somanya, E/R Ghana. He holds a PhD and MPhil in Population Studies and Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Philosophy; all the University of Ghana, Legon.
Elderly care/long-term care, Population ageing, Family caregiving, Sexual and reproductive health, Maternal and child health, Children rights and wellbeing, Communicable and non-communicable diseases and Human population – health nexus
He has also participated and presented in several national and international conferences.
Dr. Kyei Arthur has published and reviewed for several national and international peer reviewed journals.
Gyasi, R. M., Phillips, D. R., Sefa Boampong, M., Abass, K., Kyei-Arthur, F., Agunbiade, O. M., Mohammed, S.F., Salarvand, S., Smith, L. & Hajek, A. (2023). Bodily pain in physical function and the role of physical activity among community-dwelling adults aged 50-69 years in Ghana. The Journals of Gerontology: Series A, glad156.
Kyei-Arthur, F., & Kyei-Gyamfi, S. (2023). Alcohol consumption and risky sexual behaviors among fishers in Elmina in Ghana. BMC Public Health, 23(1), 1328.
Kyei-Gyamfi, S., Wellington, N., & Kyei-Arthur, F. (2023). Prevalence, reasons, predictors, perceived effects, and regulation of alcohol use among children in Ghana. Journal of addiction, 2023.
Kyei-Arthur, F., Agyekum, M. W., Afrifa-Anane, G. F., Larbi, R. T., & Kisaakye, P. (2023). Perceptions about COVID-19 preventive measures among Ghanaian women. PLoS ONE, 18(4), e0284362.
Kyei-Arthur, F., & Atobrah, D. (2022). Exploring the Motivations of Family Caregivers Caring for Older Persons in Urban Poor Accra, Ghana. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/01634372.2022.2032525
Kyei-Arthur, F., Codjoe, S. N. A., & Badasu, D. M. (2022). Exploring positive experiences of primary and secondary caregivers of older persons in resource-limited urban settings in Accra, Ghana. PLoS ONE, 17(4): e0266269. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0266269
Kyei-Arthur, F., Kyei-Gyamfi, S., Agyekum, M. W., Afrifa-Anane, G. F., & Amoh, B. A. (2022). Parents’ and guardians’ acceptability of COVID-19 vaccination for children in Ghana: An online survey. PLoS ONE, 17(8), e0272801.
Afrifa-Anane, G. F., Larbi, R. T., Addo, B., Agyekum, M. W., Kyei-Arthur, F., Appiah, M., Agyemang, C. O. & Sakada, I. G. (2022). Facilitators and barriers to COVID-19 vaccine uptake among women in two regions of Ghana: A qualitative study. PLoS ONE, 17(8), e0272876.
Afrifa-Anane, G. F., Kyei-Arthur, F., Agyekum, M. W., & Afrifa-Anane, E. K. (2022). Factors associated with comorbidity of diarrhoea and acute respiratory infections among children under five years in Ghana. PLoS ONE, 17(7), e0271685.
Kyei-Gyamfi, S., Coffie, D., Abiaw, M. O., Hayford, P., Martey, J. O., & Kyei-Arthur, F. (2022). Prevalence, predictors and consequences of gambling on Children in Ghana. BMC Public Health, 22(1), 2248.
Kyei-Arthur, F., & Aidoo, D. A. (2022). Online learning resources, challenges, and coping strategies of low-fee private schools in Ghana during COVID-19 pandemic. European Journal of Interactive Multimedia and Education, 3(2), e02214.
Kyei-Arthur, F., Situma, R., Aballo, J., Mahama, A., Selenje, L., Amoaful, E., & Adu-Afarwuah, S. (2020). Lessons learned from implementing the pilot Micronutrient Powder Initiative in four districts in Ghana. BMC nutrition, 6(1), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40795-020-00382-3
Agyekum, M. W., Afrifa-Anane, G. F., Kyei-Arthur, F., & Addo, B. (2021). Acceptability of COVID-19 vaccination among health care workers in Ghana. Advances in Public Health, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1155/2021/9998176
Kyei-Arthur, F., Agyekum, M. W., & Afrifa-Anane, G. F. (2021). The association between paternal characteristics and exclusive breastfeeding in Ghana. PLoS ONE, 16(6), e0252517.
Kyei-Arthur, F., & Codjoe, S. N. A. (2021). “Caring for the elderly is very difficult”: Challenges and coping strategies of caregivers in urban poor Accra, Ghana. Clinical Nursing Research, 30(5), 662-669.
Kyei-Arthur, F., Codjoe, S. N. A., Badasu, D., & Atobrah, D. (2020). Family care in urban settings:
Perspectives and experiences of elderly care recipients in Accra, Ghana. In P. Maharaj (Ed.), Health and care in old age in Africa, (p. 95-108). New York: Routledge.
Dr Kyei-Arthur has taught several courses including research methods, promoting the health of special groups, introduction to population and health, introduction to global burden of diseases, sociology and anthropology of health, and epidemiology and disease control. Dr Kyei-Arthur is a member of the Union of African Population Scientist (UAPS) and International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP)