Healthcare Community of Practice (HC CoP) is a group of individuals working to identify, define and develop best practices. Essentially it is a group of professionals, informally or formally bound together through exposure to a common set problems or pursuit of a common set of solutions.

Their focus is to establish a dynamic and collaborative environment to examine topics of interest to the community such as a basic understanding of the role of Healthcare in the grand scheme of Power Generation in Ghana.

The rationale for using the CoP approach is that it:
- Will improve service delivery and enhances individual and organizational learning
- Will increase ownership and helps shape policy through sharing knowledge and experiences

CoPs are at the centre to serve as the main facilitator in creating interaction and real-time sharing of ideas, resources and experiences with and between staff of the Authority.

Follow the links below to access relevant Healthcare resources:



  1. Annual Reviews - Subject: - Biomedical/Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Social Sciences. 
  1. Beech Tree Publishing - Subject:-Agriculture/Food Sciences, Arts and Humanities. Biology/Life Sciences. Chemistry, Computer and Information Sciences, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Economics and Business, ngineering/Technology, Mathematics and Statistics, Medicine, Nursing, Social Sciences Philosophy/Linguistics, Physics/Astronomy, Psychology/Psychiatry.
  1. British Psychologicial Society (BPS) - Subjects – Psychology
  1. EBSCO HOST - Subjects – Multidisciplinary
  1. Mary Ann Liebert, Inc, Publishers - Subject: - Biomedical Research/Life Sciences, Law, Biotechnology etc

  2. Optical Society of America (OSA) - Subject: - Optics and Photonics, Biomedical Optics, Lightwave Technology, Spectroscopy.

  3. Oxford University Press - Oxford Journals - Subject: - Economics, Humanities, Law, Mathematics, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences and Medicine.

  4. Royal College of Physicians - Subject:- Agriculture/Food Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Biology/Life Sciences, Chemistry, Computer and Information Sciences, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Economics and Business, Nursing, Engineering/Technology, Mathematics and Statistics, Medicine, Social Sciences Philosophy/Linguistics, Physics/Astronomy, Psychology/Psychiatry.

  5. Royal Society - Royal Society Journals Online - Subject: - Chemistry.

  6. Royal Society for Chemistry - RSC Journals Archive - Subject: - Chemistry.

  7. Health Internetwork Access to Research Initiative (HINARI) - Subjects – Health, medicine and related subjects
    Subjects – Developmental issues such as population and demography, health, poverty, agriculture, land use etc.

  8.  Institute of Physics | (Click here for alternate access) Subject: - Physics and related subjects

  9. Royal Society for Chemistry (Archive) | (Click here for alternate access) Subject: - Multidisciplinary

  10. Google Scholar - Subject: - Multidisciplinary

  11. CREDO




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