Hello, I’m Candace. I’m a doctor training in obstetrics and gynaecology in London, with a master’s in Global Health and development. I’m excited to be diving into the world of research. My topic of interest is looking at how aspirin could be used to prevent preeclampsia in Sierra Leone. The possibility of contributing to the massive […]
For World Pre-eclampsia day, the team in Sierra Leone has highlighted the critical need to raise awareness of pre-eclampsia in the community. In this regard and in order to build a national pre-eclampsia awareness campaign, they have embarked on the following key strategies: Developed printed and digital educational materials for pregnant women and the public.
One of the outputs of a recent successful Policy Lab and CRIBS Maternal Health Group Dissemination Day held in Sierra Leone, is the development of a short docu-drama film about Pre-eclampsia, created in partnership with Sierra Leonean filmmakers Mariama Wurie and Miles Kamara. The aims of the film are the following: To raise awareness
In Sierre Leone we celebrate the wonderful midwives who make such a difference in the lives of women and their babies. Watch the video clips of these remarkable woman and see why the Nursing and Midwifery Sierra Leone act is so important for what they do. Watch a few short movie clips of the