Publications

Moyer, C. A., Johnson, C., Kaselitz, E., & Aborigo, R. (2017). Using social autopsy to understand maternal, newborn, and child mortality in low-resource settings: a systematic review of the literature. Global health action, 10(1), 1413917.

Moyer, C. A., Aborigo, R. A., Kaselitz, E. B., Gupta, M. L., Oduro, A., & Williams, J. (2016). PREventing Maternal And Neonatal Deaths (PREMAND): a study protocol for examining social and cultural factors contributing to infant and maternal deaths and near-misses in rural northern Ghana. Reproductive health13(1), 20.

Oral Presentations

Cheryl A. Moyer, Raymond A. Aborigo, Elizabeth B. Kaselitz, Katherine H. James, Samuel Chatio, John Williams. Why do some babies die while others survive? Gaps in careseeking and other predictors identified through the PREventing Maternal And Neonatal Deaths in Rural Northern Ghana (PREMAND) Study.  National Health Research Dissemination Symposium: Accra, Ghana, May 31-June 1, 2017.

Elizabeth B. Kaselitz, Raymond A. Aborigo, Katherine H. James, Isaiah, John Williams, Cheryl A. Moyer. Using community -driven solutions to improve maternal and neonatal outcomes in rural northern Ghana: the PREMAND Project. Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH): New York, New York, March 16 -18 2018.

Poster Presentations

Katherine James, MHI, Elizabeth Kaselitz, MSW, Raymond Aborigo, PhD, MPH, John Williams, MBChB, MS, Cheryl A. Moyer, PhD, MPH. Using Visualization to Inform Decision Making in Northern Ghana. Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH): New York, New York, March 2018.

Cheryl A. Moyer, PhD, MPH, Raymond Aborigo, PhD, MPH, Elizabeth Kaselitz, MSW, Katherine James, MHI, John Williams, MBChB, MS. Complex decision-making traditions delay care-seeking for maternal and neonatal health in rural northern Ghana. Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH): New York, New York, March 2018.

Elizabeth Kaselitz, MSW, Raymond Aborigo, PhD, MPH, Katherine James, BS, Samuel Chatio, MPH,  John Williams, MBChB, MS, Cheryl A. Moyer, PhD, MPH. PREventing Maternal And Neonatal Deaths in Rural Northern Ghana (PREMAND): Access to Basic and Comprehensive Obstetric Care. Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH): Washington DC, April 2017.

Cheryl A. Moyer, PhD, MPH, Raymond Aborigo, PhD, MPH, Elizabeth Kaselitz, MSW Katherine James, BS, Samuel Chatio, MPH,  John Williams, MBChB, MS PREventing Maternal And Neonatal Deaths in Rural Northern Ghana (PREMAND): Using Social Autopsy and GIS to Understand Neonatal Deaths and Near-Misses. Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH): Washington DC, April 2017.

John E. Williams, Raymond A. Aborigo, Samuel Chatio, Elizabeth B. Kaselitz, Cheryl A. Moyer, Abraham Oduro. Causes and timing of neonatal deaths in East Mamprusi District in northern Ghana: Findings from a verbal autopsy study. National Health Research Dissemination Symposium: Accra, Ghana, May 31-June 1, 2017.

Raymond A. Aborigo, John E. Williams, Elizabeth B. Kaselitz, Samuel Chatio, Abraham Oduro, Cheryl A. Moyer.  Community dynamics and the decision to seek care: findings from a social autopsy on maternal and neonatal deaths and near misses in Northern Ghana. National Health Research Dissemination Symposium: Accra, Ghana, May 31-June 1, 2017.

Raymond A. Aborigo, Cheryl A. Moyer, James Adoctor, Elizabeth B. Kaselitz, Samuel Chatio, Abraham Oduro, John E. Williams. Valuing the narrative; sociocultural factors that contribute to neonatal mortality in the Kassena-Nankana Districts in Northern Ghana. National Health Research Dissemination Symposium: Accra, Ghana, May 31-June 1, 2017.

Elizabeth B. Kaselitz, Katherine H. James, Raymond A. Aborigo, John Williams, Samuel Chatio, Cheryl A. Moyer. Understanding the Geographical Equity Gap in Access to Basic and Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric Care in Four Districts in Northern Ghana: The PREventing Maternal And Neonatal Deaths in Rural Northern Ghana (PREMAND) Study. National Health Research Dissemination Symposium: Accra, Ghana, May 31-June 1, 2017.