Kwasi Poku Asare
I have about 9 years (2002 – 2011) working experience with the health sector in Ghana (Komfo Anokye Teachnig Hospital), responsible for developing systems to collect, collate and analyse the hospital’s clinical data and preparation of reports. At KsTU, I am the Patron for Ghana Association of Statistics Students, Kumasi Technical University Chapter.I was the Examination Officer for Mathematics and Statistics Department, Kumasi Technical University, from 2015 to 2017. I Have been part of Committees Responsible for Developing Courses/Programmes in the Mathematics and Statistics Department, Kumasi Technical University. I have consulted for a number of Local and International Organisations and Institutions such as Unicef, VNG International, Ghana Water Company etc. as a sub-consultant (Statistical Expert) mainly in the area of WASH Projects (Surveys). I am currently a PhD (Mathematical Statistics) student at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Multivariate Data Analysis
Sampling Techniques and Survey Methods
Medical Records Management
1. Kwasi Poku Asare, Olivia Poku Asare and Bashiru I. I. Saeed, 2015. Models for Characterising Hypertensive and Non-Hypertensive Diabetic Patients: A Case Study of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital-Kumasi, Ghana. Research Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 7(2): 20 – 26.
2. Kwasi Poku Asare, et al, (2015), Exposition of Discriminatory variables in a Family of Hypertensive and Non-hypertensive Diabetic Patients: Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE). 5(16): 26 – 33.
3. Accepted: Kwasi Poku Asare, et al, (2018). Exploring the Variability between Groups of Hypertensive and Non-Hypertensive Diabetic Patients – Hoteling’s T-Square Approach: A Case Study of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital-Kumasi, Ghana. Research Journal of Mathematics and Statistics.
4. Frank Osei Frimpong and Kwasi Poku Asare (2015), Transportation Problem fora
Beverage Firm in Kumasi, Ghana, Journal of Mathematical Theory and Modeling, The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE).5(2): 6 – 16.
5. Adu, G., Adu, S. and Asare, K. P. (2015). User Institutions of Office Workers in Ghana: Investigating the Differences. European Journal of Physical and Agricultural Sciences, 3(3): 1 – 9.
6. Olivia Poku Asare, Kwasi Poku Asare, W.K.B.A. Owiredu, Lawrence Quaye, Afua Mantey (2017). The prevalence of the Metabolic Syndrome in Ghanaian Psychiatric Patients on Antipsychotic (First Versus Second Generation) Treatment in the Kumasi Metropolis. Journal of Health, Medicine and Nursing, The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE). ISSN 2422 – 8419. Volume 42 (132 – 138).
7. Blankson W. Amoabeng, Kwasi P. Asare, Olivia P. Asare, Moses B. Mochiah, Ibrahim Adama, Fening, K. O., Geoff M. Gurr (2017). Pesticide Use and Misuse in Cabbage Brassica oleraceae var capitata L. (Cruciferae) Production in Ghana: The influence of Farmer Education and Training. Journal of Agriculture and Ecology International, 10(1) 1 – 9.
8. Adu, G., Adu, S., Asare, K. P. and Darkwa, N. A. (2018). Canonical Correlation Analysis for Estimation of Relationship between Anthropometric Measurements and Office Furniture Measurements in Public Institutions. American Journal of Contemporary Research, 8(4): 39 – 43.