Awube Menlah

Ms, Doctor of Philosophy


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Awube Menlah is a nursing and midwifery educator with several years of clinical experience in Nurse-Anaesthesia in urban and rural Ghana. Her journey into the nursing profession began about 20 years ago when she graduated with a Diploma certificate in General Nursing. With a passion to manage pain especially during and after surgery, it motivated her to enrol at the 37 Military School of Anaesthesia, in 2007 to pursue an Advanced Diploma in the Nurse-Anaesthesia program. Her desire to acquire more knowledge and influence the younger generation of the nursing profession in Ghana, led her to continue her nursing education. She enrolled in the BSc Nursing program at the University of Cape Coast and graduated in 2012 with First Class Honours, winning the Prof. Gross Best Research Student Award. Awube was subsequently invited to be part of the first cohort of Masters program at the same University and graduated in 2014. At the Masters level, she researched into post-operative pain management among nurses because she is passionate about pain management especially among vulnerable population. Ms. Awube has the desire to assist people in pain feel better so that they cope better with their circumstances. Currently, she is a PhD student at the Charles Darwin University and hopes to improve women cope well with lower back pain during labour in Ghana. As a lecturer and the coordinator of the midwifery programme in the premier private University in Ghana, Valley View University, she anticipates influencing students to improve healthcare delivery in Ghana using available resources. Ms. Awube Menlah is also a fellow of the Ghana College of Nursing and Midwifery.


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