Professional Web Design

Paediatric Society of Ghana honours distinguished members

February 14, 2023
Paediatric Society of Ghana honours distinguished members
Paediatric Society of Ghana honours distinguished members

The Paediatric Society of Ghana (PSG) has honoured some of its members for their passion, hard work, and dedication to quality healthcare for children in Ghana.

A statement copied to the said the members were honoured with plaques at the PSG 2023 Annual General Scientific Meeting held in from February 2 to 4, 2023.

Dr Gyikua Plange-Rhule, a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Child Health of the Kumasi School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Science and Technology

() and Dr Mirjana Taylor who is a retired Senior Newborn and Child Health Technical Advisor was awarded for their long-term extraordinary service and dedication to improving the healthcare of newborns in Ghana.

Professor Joslin Alexei Dogbe, an Associate Professor at the Department of Child Health and the current Vice-Dean of the School of Medicine and Dentistry, KNUST and Prof Edem Magdalene A. Tette, an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Community Health, Medical School, Korle Bu Campus who works part-time at the Princess Marie Louise Children's Hospital were awarded for their outstanding contribution to the training of health professionals and providing quality healthcare to the Ghanaian child.

Madam Rose Oware-Tweneboah Boahene, a Paediatric Nurse Specialist, and Deputy Director of Nursing Service, Madam Angela Opoku-Adusei, and Madam Martha Donkor, both retired Deputy Chief Nursing Officers received awards for their loyalty, compassion, and selflessness services over the years.

Prof. Onike Patricia Rodrigues, a retired Professor of Paediatrics from the University of Ghana Medical School received an award for providing distinguished service in the education and training of all categories of healthcare practitioners and creating a conducive research and learning environment for trainees in Ghana.

Professor Ebenezer Vincent Badoe, Associate Professor at the Department of Child Health, University of Ghana Medical School who is also the founder of the Child Protection Services at the and Dr Isabella Sagoe-Moses, a Child Health Specialist and immediate past Deputy Director of the Family Health Division of responsible for Reproductive and Child Health was given awards for their exemplary contribution to the promotion of child health through the development of national policies and guidelines.

Latest from Social