Mary Ann Yeboah

Designation: 
Staff Grade: 
Brief Bio: 

Mary Ann is a Senior Lecturer in Statistics at Kumasi Technical University. She is a Christian and believe God has brought her this far.

She is very passionate and enthusiastic about her job. She likes statistics very much because it is multidisciplinary; it permeates every job once there is data. As a Statistician she can work in the area of Finance, Health, Environment, Government, Business, Pharmacy, Entrepreneurship, Sciences, Agriculture, Engineering, Law, Social Science, Architecture, Building Technology, Estate Management, Fashion, Hospitality, etc. 

She is also very approachable and believes hard work pays. She has been a Department Examinations Officer as well as the Examination officer for the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology. Currently she is the Head of Department of Mathematics and Statistics and the Patroness of Pax Romana (KsTU Chapter).

Her advice to students is, make God your all and learn hard like your life depends on it.

Education: 

MPhil Statistics (University of Cape Coast)

BSc Statistics (UCC)

HND Statistics (Kumasi Technical University)

Professional Membership: 
Women in Statistics-Ghana
Research Interests: 
Applied Statistics (Statistical Modelling, Medical Statistics, Multivariate Models)
Teaching Areas: 

Statistical Theory, Statistical Methods , Quantitative Methods, Non-Parametric Methods, Sample Survey, Project Report Writing, Regression Analysis, Probability, Statistical Inference.

Publications: 

1. Yeboah, Mary Ann, Ansong, Mary Opokua, Appau-Yeboah Francis, Antwi, Henry Asante and Yiranbon Ethel. (2014). Empirical Validation of Patient’s Expectation and Perception of Service Quality in Ghana Hospitals: An integrated Model. American International Journal of Social Science, Vol. 3, No. 3.

 

2. Yeboah, Mary Ann, Ansong, Mary Opokua, Appau-Yeboah Francis, Antwi, Henry Asante and Yiranbon Ethel, Anyan Francis and Gyebil Francis. (2014). Determinants of Workplace Stress among Healthcare Professionals in Ghana: An Empirical Analysis. International Journal of Business and Social Science Vol. 5, No. 4.

 

3. Yeboah, Mary Ann, Ansong, Mary Opokua, Appau-Yeboah Francis, Antwi, Henry Asante and Yiranbon Ethel. (2014). Instrumental variables Approach to Estimating the Continuing Effect of HIV/AIDS Epidemic on Global Development. American International Journal of Social Science, Vol. 4, No. 6.

 

4. Yeboah, Mary Ann, Ansong, Mary Opokua, Opoku Aboagye, Emelia, Antwi, Henry Asante and Yiranbon Ethel. (2014). Diffusing of E-Learning Technologies among Medical Students in Ghana: An Empirical Analysis. American International Journal of Social Science, Vol. 4, No. 6.

 

5. Anyan Francis Yao, Gyebil, Francis Julius., Inkoom, Gabriel and Yeboah, Mary Ann (2014). Perception of Tertiary Students in Ghana about Effectiveness of Lecturing in Teaching (Case Study: Kumasi Polytechnic). Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol.4, No. 9.

 

6. Antwi, Henry Asante, Lulin, Z.,Yiranbon, Ethel, Ayegba, James Onuche, Yeboah, Mary Ann and Bonsu, Emmanuel Osei. (2014). Risk Modeling in Healthcare Markets: A Comparative Analysis of three Risk Measurement Approaches. International Journal of Academic Research in Accounting, Finance and Management Sciences, Vol. 4, No. 2.

 

7. Antwi, Henry Asante, Lulin, Z.,Yiranbon, Ethel, Ayegba, James Onuche, Yeboah, Mary Ann and Bonsu, Emmanuel Osei. (2014). Diffusing of Medical Innovation: Predicting Patient’s Attitude and Intentions to Use Self-Service Technology in Hospitals: Evidence from Chinese Hospitals. International Journal of Academic Research in Public Policy and Governance, Vol. 1 No. 1.

 

8. Anyan Francis Yao, Gyebil, Francis Julius., Inkoom, Gabriel and Yeboah, Mary Ann (2013). Examination of Factors that Influence the Choice of Senior High School by Junior High School Students In Ghana ( A Case Study of Nungua Basic Schools). Journal of Education and practice, Vol. 4, No. 28.