Kofi Aduo-Adjei


PhD Candidate




Kofi is a PhD Research Fellow in the Bergen Centre for Ethics and Priority Setting (BCEPS) at the University of Bergen. He serves currently as a research fellow on the Support to Evidence Based Priority Setting (StEPS) project in Ghana. Prior to joining BCEPS, Kofi worked as a teaching and research assistant at the Department of Public Administration and Health Services Management as well as the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, all at the University of Ghana for five years.

Research focus

Kofi's research interest span across various disciplines in Health Economics and Population Health Management. These includes (i). Priority setting in Health (ii). Economic Evaluation (iii). Inequalities in Health (iv). Hypertension (v).Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing (vi). Catastrophic Health Expenditures in Health. 


See a complete overview of publications in Cristin.

  • Kumah E, Otchere G, Ankomah SE, Fusheini A, Kokuro C, Aduo-Adjei K., et al. (2021). Diabetes Self-management education interventions in the WHO African Region:  A scoping review. PLoS ONE 16(8).
  • Adu P, Jurcik T, & Aduo-Adjei K., (2021). Advanced Technological Support in Psychotherapy. International Journal of Psychology & Psychological Therapy, 21, 3, 289-304.
  • Ameyaw, E. K., Tetteh, J. K., Armah-Ansah, E. K., Aduo-Adjei, K., & Sena-Iddrisu, A. (2020). Female genital mutilation/cutting in Sierra Leone: are educated women intending to circumcise their daughters? BMC international health and human rights, 20(1), 1-1.
  • Amo-Adjei, J., Aduo-Adjei, K., Opoku-Nyamaah, C. & Izugbara, C. (2018). Analysis of socioeconomic differences in the quality of antenatal services in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). PloS ONE 13(2). 
  • Aduo-Adjei, K. (2017). Public-Private Partnership Approach to Non-Communicable Diseases Prevention in Ghana. MOJ Public Health, 6(3):1-2.
  • Ahenkan, A., & Aduo-Adjei, K. (2017). Predictors of patients’ satisfaction with quality
    healthcare in university hospitals in Ghana. Hospital Practice and Research, 2(1); 9-14.
  • Aduo-Adjei, K., Odoom, E. & Opoku, M. F. (2016). The impact of Motivation on Work
    performance of Health workers (Korle Bu Teaching Hospital): Evidence from Ghana. Hospital Practice and Research, 1(2); 9-14.