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Work in Progress
Living with stroke in Ghana: biographical disruptions, illness actions and coping strategies
Explanatory models of stroke in Ghana: perspectives of the stroke survivors and their caregivers
Prevalence and Correlates of Stroke among Older Adults in Ghana: A cross-sectional study