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Alice Aluwah Blay

Alice Aluwah Blay


Educational Qualification

  • Master in Public Health (MPH) Health Promotion and Education, option. KNUST Year : 2013-2015
  • Foundation Fellow of Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives.
  • Bachelor of Science, Nursing. Accra 2015
  • Diploma in Emergency Nursing. KNUST 2004-20108
  • Diploma in Education. KNUST 2013-2015
  • Certified Midwife. KUMASI 2016-2017
  • State Registered Nursing BEREKUM 1982-1984
  • Burns and Plastic and Oral Surgery. KNTC 1992-1995
  • Enrolled General Nurse. SCOTLAND (UK) JULY 1997 – OCTOBER 1997

Area of Specialization

  • Midwifery
  • Emergency Nursing
  • General Nursing
  • Reconstructive Plastic, Oral and Burns Nursing.

Service to Community

  • Offer: Public Sensitization on Prevention of Burns
  • Hello FM: Education on Women’s Health e.g. STIs
  • Hello FM: Various Presentations on many Topics on Health for Senior High Schools.
  • Collaborate with some Pharmacists to Educate students on Reactional Use of Drugs.
  • Served as an Editor and helped forwarded a book on Quality Health, a Necessity for life.
  • Serve as a coordinator for Virteous Ladies of the Church of Pentecost, Bompata Area, Kumasi.
  • Frequently serve as a resource person for many presentation in the Church: Local, District and Area levels.
  • Give generously to needy people when necessary
  • Appears on Local GTV to offer Health talk.


Published Peer Articles/ Bool Chapter/ Academic Book


Articles under Review

  • Estimating the Trend and Mechanism of Burns injury brought to KATH for the past 5 years.
  • Manuscript is in process for Submission for publication.


Research in Progress

  • Identifying the causes of Aneamia in pregnant women who report at South Suntreso Hospital, within 1 year period.
  • Austere Environment Consortium for Enhanced Sepsis outcomes (ACESO) a study of sepsis, KATH.
  • A Study on The knowledge Attitude and practice of mothers on infant feeding.


Non-Peer Reviewed Publications.

    In Progress


Conference Papers

  • Supervision
  • Ethics and Legalities to EMTs
  • The nurse and her temperament control
  • Leadership in Nursing /Midwifery
  • The responsibility of a Midwife/Nurse
  • Principles and Practice of Wound management
  • Management of Severe Burns Patients
  • Principles and Practice of Wound management
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