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Prince Michael Amegbor

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Prince Michael Amegbor

Gæsteforsker

  • Institut for Miljøvidenskab - Samfundsvidenskabelig og geografisk miljøforskning
Postaddresse:
Frederiksborgvej 399
4000
Roskilde
Danmark

E-mail: pma@envs.au.dk

Kvalifikationer

Geography, Ph.D, Queen's University

3 sep. 201525 jul. 2019

Dimissionsdato: 25 jul. 2019

Development Geography, M.Phil, University of Oslo

10 aug. 201226 jun. 2014

Dimissionsdato: 26 jun. 2014

Geography & Resource Development, BA (Honours), University of Ghana

10 aug. 20066 jan. 2011

Dimissionsdato: 6 jan. 2011

Ansættelse

Gæsteforsker

Institut for Miljøvidenskab - Samfundsvidenskabelig og geografisk miljøforskning

Aarhus Universitet

Roskilde, Danmark

30 aug. 2022 → nu

Postdoc

Institut for Miljøvidenskab - Samfundsvidenskabelig og geografisk miljøforskning

Aarhus Universitet

Roskilde, Danmark

16 aug. 201926 aug. 2022

Publikationer

Assessing the association between urban features and human physiological stress response using wearable sensors in different urban contexts

Zhang, Z., Amegbor, P. M., Sigsgaard, T. & Sabel, C. E., 2 nov. 2022, (E-pub ahead of print) I: Health & Place. 78, s. 102924

Individual and contextual predictors of overweight or obesity among women in Uganda: a spatio-temporal perspective

Amegbor, P. M., Yankey, O., Davies, M. & Sabel, C. E., okt. 2022, I: GeoJournal. 87, 5, s. 3793-3813 21 s.

Early-life environmental exposures and anaemia among children under age five in Sub-Saharan Africa: An insight from the Demographic & Health Surveys

Amegbor, P. M., aug. 2022, I: Science of the Total Environment (STOTEN). 832, 154957.

Effect of individual, household and regional socioeconomic factors and PM2.5 on anaemia: A cross-sectional study of sub-Saharan African countries

Amegbor, P. M., Borges, S., Pysklywec, A. & Sabel, C. E., feb. 2022, I: Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology. 40, 11 s., 100472.

Assessing the Association between Overcrowding and Human Physiological Stress Response in Different Urban Contexts: a Case Study in Salzburg, Austria

Zhang, Z., Měchurová, K., Resch, B., Amegbor, P. M. & Sabel, C. E., 2022, (Under udarbejdelse).

Assessing the association between essential urban features and human physiological stress response with personalised sensors in different urban contexts

Zhang, Z., Amegbor, P. M., Sigsgaard, T. & Sabel, C. E., 2022, (Afsendt) I: Health & Place.

Measuring the health effects of “Green” and “blue” elements in different types of urban environments by employing wearable sensors: A field experiment in Copenhagen, Denmark

Zhang, Z., Amegbor, P. M. & Sabel, C. E., 2022.

Pilot study: the feasibility of integrating multiple personalised sensors and machine learning for measuring urban features and body responses

Zhang, Z., Amegbor, P. M. & Sabel, C. E., 2022, (Afsendt) I: International Journal of E-Planning Research .

Examining Spatial Variability in the Association Between Male Partner Alcohol Misuse and Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in Ghana: A GWR Analysis

Amegbor, P. M., Yankey, O., Rosenberg, M. W. & Sabel, C. E., dec. 2021, I: Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 36, 23-24, s. NP12855-NP12874 20 s.

Assessing the current integration of multiple personalised wearable sensors for environment and health monitoring

Zhang, Z., Amegbor, P. M. & Sabel, C. E., 1 nov. 2021, I: Sensors. 21, 22, 7693.

Determinants of the type of health care sought for symptoms of Acute respiratory infection in children: analysis of Ghana demographic and health surveys

Danquah, L., Amegbor, P. M. & Ayele, D. G., nov. 2021, I: BMC Pediatrics. 21, 14 s., 514.

The effect of socioeconomic and environmental factors on obesity: A spatial regression analysis

Yankey, O., Amegbor, P. M. & Essah, M., okt. 2021, I: International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research. 12, 4, s. 58-74 17 s., 4.

Integrating multiple personalised sensors for measuring human responses to urban features: A pilot study

Zhang, Z., Amegbor, P. M. & Sabel, C. E., 10 sep. 2021.

The effect of sociodemographic factors on the risk of poor mental health in Akron (Ohio): A Bayesian hierarchical spatial analysis

Yankey, O., Amegbor, P. M. & Lee, J., aug. 2021, I: Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology. 38, 100438.

Understanding unmet health-care need among older Ghanaians: a gendered analysis

Kuuire, V. Z., Tenkorang, E. Y., Amegbor, P. M. & Rosenberg, M. W., aug. 2021, I: Ageing & Society. 41, 8, s. 1748-1769 22 s.

Social Frailty and Depression Among Older Adults in Ghana: Insights from the WHO SAGE Surveys

Amegbor, P. M., Kuuire, V. Z., Yawson, A. E., Rosenberg, M. W. & Sabel, C. E., feb. 2021, I: Research on Aging. 43, 2, s. 85-95 11 s.

Urban Health and Wellbeing

Sabel, C. E., Amegbor, P. M., Zhang, Z., Chen, T. H. K., Poulsen, M. B., Hertel, O., Sigsgaard, T., Horsdal, H. T., Pedersen, C. B. & Khan, J., 2021, Urban Informatics. Singapore: Springer, s. 259-280 (Urban Book Series).

Determinants of Overnight Stay in Health Centres and Length of Admission: A Study of Canadian Seniors

Amegbor, P. M., Plumb, K. & Rosenberg, M. W., dec. 2020, I: Canadian Journal on Aging. 39, 4, s. 1-12 12 s.

Examining the Effect of Geographic Region of Residence on Childhood Malnutrition in Uganda

Amegbor, P. M., Yankey, O. & Sabel, C. E., dec. 2020, I: Journal of Tropical Pediatrics. 66, 6

Predictors of Unmet Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine Need Among Persons of Sub-Saharan African Origin Living in the Greater Toronto Area

Amegbor, P. M. & Rosenberg, M. W., okt. 2020, I: Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. 22, 5, s. 1031-1038 8 s.

Health and socioeconomic risk factors for overnight admission among older adults in Ghana

Amegbor, P. M., 22 aug. 2020, (E-pub ahead of print) I: Journal of Population Ageing. 19 s.

Effect of cognitive and structural social capital on depression among older adults in Ghana: A multilevel cross-sectional analysis

Amegbor, P. M., Braimah, J. A., Adjaye-Gbewonyo, D., Rosenberg, M. W. & Sabel, C. E., aug. 2020, I: Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 89, 11 s., 104045.

Multilevel and spatial analyses of childhood malnutrition in Uganda: examining individual and contextual factors

Amegbor, P. M., Zhang, Z., Dalgaard, R. & Sabel, C. E., 2020, I: Scientific Reports. 10, 20019.

What geography can tell us? Effect of higher education on intimate partner violence against women in Uganda

Amegbor, P. M. & Rosenberg, M. W., maj 2019, I: Applied Geography. 106, s. 71-81 11 s.

Variations in Emotional, Sexual, and Physical Intimate Partner Violence Among Women in Uganda: A Multilevel Analysis

Amegbor, P. M. & Pascoe, L., mar. 2019, I: Journal of Interpersonal Violence. s. 886260519839429

Modern or traditional health care? Understanding the role of insurance in health-seeking behaviours among older Ghanaians

Amegbor, P. M., Kuuire, V. Z., Bisung, E. & Braimah, J. A., 2019, I: Primary Health Care Research and Development. 20, s. e71

Does place matter? A multilevel analysis of victimization and satisfaction with personal safety of seniors in Canada

Amegbor, P. M., Rosenberg, M. W. & Kuuire, V. Z., sep. 2018, I: Health & Place. 53, s. 17-25 9 s.

Predictors of basic self-care and intermediate self-care functional disabilities among older adults in Ghana

Amegbor, P. M., Kuuire, V. Z., Robertson, H. & Kuffuor, O. A., 2018, I: Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 77, s. 81-88 8 s.

The use of dental care services in Alberta, Manitoba, and Newfoundland and Labrador: A comparative analysis

Amegbor, P. M. & Rosenberg, M. W., 2018, I: Canadian geographer-Geographe canadien. 62, 3, s. 414-426 13 s.

An Assessment of Care-Seeking Behavior in Asikuma-Odoben-Brakwa District: A Triple Pluralistic Health Sector Approach

Amegbor, P. M., 2017, I: Sage Open. 7, 2, s. 2158244017710688 1 s.

Understanding usage and preference for health care therapies in a Ghanaian context: A pluralistic perspective

Amegbor, P. M., 2017, I: Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift. 71, 5, s. 288-300 13 s.