Prehospital Care in Africa

Dr Mulinda Nyirenda discusses standardising pre-hospital care in Africa and some of the major issues experienced such as access to prehospital care services.



Mulinda Nyiendra

Dr Nyirenda [@mulinda_emalawi] is a chief specialist in emergency and internal medicine in Malawi. She has pioneered the adoption of emergency care integration in the Malawian health care system by establishing the first adult emergency department in Malawi.

She started undergraduate and postgraduate emergency medicine training programs at the College of Medicine in the University of Malawi. She believes health care is best delivered through teamwork and so contributes to equipping and empowering skilled and semi-skilled health workers contributing to provision of emergency care provision in the district health system.

Mulinda believes in providing evidence to guide practice by participating inclinical research covering the scope of acute care, infectious diseases, medical education, medical informatics and technology, and health care systems. She advocates for appropriately contextualized Emergency Care System strengthening across the African Continent within the African Federation for Emergency Medicine (AFEM).


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