Naessiamba Eab-Aggrey

Naessiamba Eab-Aggrey

Naessiamba Eab-Aggrey

Graduate Lecturer

Provider-client communication and outcomes, public health campaigns, E-health, substance use and mental health

Naessiamba Eab-Aggrey is a Ph.D. student specializing in health communication at George Mason University. Her research interests span provider-client communication and outcomes, public health campaigns, substance use, mental health and the dynamics of e-health. She brings a wealth of knowledge to her role, having earned her bachelor's in pharmacy from the University of Ghana and practiced community pharmacy in Ghana for many years. She further honed her expertise with two master's degrees in communication from the University of Ghana and the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Furthermore, Naessiamba Eab-Aggrey has taught and conducted research in various capacities in the US and Ghana; she has had a graduate teaching assistantship experience at the University of Texas at San Antonio, assisting the communication theory class for undergraduates and also published her first article on the ‘Prospects and challenges of online pharmacy in the post-Covid world: A qualitative study of pharmacists' experiences in Ghana’ which was co-authored by her advisor Dr. Shamshad Khan. 

 In addition, Naessiamba Eab-Aggrey taught COM 101 during the 2023/2024 Fall and Spring Semesters and has been recently elected as the Director of communication for the Graduate and Professional Students’ Association (GAPSA) here at Mason. She hopes to build a stronger graduate community and become the mouthpiece of graduate students. 

Selected Publications

Eab-Aggrey, N., & Khan, S. (2023). Prospects and challenges of online pharmacy in post-Covid world: A qualitative study of pharmacist experiences in Ghana. Exploratory Research in Clinical and Social Pharmacy. Vol (13)100395. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rcsop.2023.100395

Courses Taught

COM 101-Fundamentals of communication (2023/2024)

Education

George Mason University, Ph.D. Health Communication, August 2023 to Date

University of Texas at San Antonio, M.A. Communication, 2022

University of Ghana, M.A. Communication, 2018

University of Ghana, Bachelors in Pharmacy, 2014