Assessing Adaptation Strategies to the Impacts of Climate Change: A Case Study of Pungu - Upper East Region, Ghana

  • Ampadu B
  • Frimpong Boateng E
  • Adjei Abassa M
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Abstract

A study was made of the intentions and interests of anaesthetic Senior Registrars in the United Kingdom between March and May 1974. It is hoped that examination of the findings will show some of the features which make a consultant post attractive. A great deal of goodwill for the United Kingdom was demonstrated but it should be pointed out again that this was before the upheaval within, and about, the National Health Service which erupted at the end of 1974 and the beginning of 1975. It would seem vital that the necessary steps are taken to keep the goodwill of this substantial number of potential consultant anaesthetists so that the many lightly veiled threats of emigration are not taken to their logical conclusion.

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Ampadu, B., Frimpong Boateng, E., & Adjei Abassa, M. (2018). Assessing Adaptation Strategies to the Impacts of Climate Change: A Case Study of Pungu - Upper East Region, Ghana. Environment and Ecology Research, 6(1), 33–44. https://doi.org/10.13189/eer.2018.060103

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