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In order to clarify our objectives and academic scope, the International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies and Innovative Research (IJMSIR) has its first website URL as (https://ijmsir.org). ISSN: 4132-2894 for print; 2413-3248 for online. IJMSIR was launched in October 2020. A migration to OJS was necessary in order to increase its international visibility and improve its position. The second website (https://ijmsirjournal.com) is a continuation of the first website (https://ijmsir.org).

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International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies and Innovative Research
Volume 10, Number : 2
October 5, 2022
Current Issue

Vol. 10 No. 3 (2022): International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies and Innovative Research

Published: December 6, 2022

Assessing Incentives of Workers of Private and Public High Schools in Sunyani Municipality, Ghana

1610-1621 Tola Julie Adeniran, K. Sagary Nokoe
69

Perception and Effect of Undergraduate English Language Students have about Studying Literature

1622-1635 Daniel Tinyogtaa Adama
56

Parent-Adolescent Communication on Sexual and Reproductive Health: Perceptions and Experiences of Out-Of-School Adolescent Mothers in the East Gonja Municipality, Ghana

1589-1601 Richmond Nketia
181

Factors Affecting Fat and Fibre Consumption of Ghanaian Pregnant Women: Findings from a Hospital-based Study

1559-1573 Richmond Nketia, Emmanuella Peprah Obeng, Benjamin Kumi Asamoah
162

Trends in Non-Communicable Disease Mortality at the Bono Regional Hospital, Sunyani-Ghana

1636-1649 Antwi Joseph Barimah, Frank Ofosu Yeboah, Rebecca Dorcas Commey, Semefa Alorvi, Benjamin Asare-Kyei, Yaw Boakye Nketiah, James Dumba, Abdul-Razak Issah
156

A review of 5-year (2017-2021) survival rate of cervical cancer patients at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana

1650-1657 Samuel Yaw Opoku
19

Levels of Perceived Need for Mental Health Care among High School Students with Depression: A Study in the East Gonja Municipality, Ghana

1602-1610 Richmond Nketia, Uzairu Shaibu, Prosper Tonwisi Luri
198

Rural/Urban Variations in Diabetes Self-Care in a Sample of Ghanaian Adults with Type II Diabetes: a Study in the East Gonja Municipality

1574-1588 Richmond Nketia
221
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