Diabetes Youth Care
Place of birth: Cape Coast
Schools attended: University of Ghana Medical School, Accra.
Postgraduate institutions: Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons, West Africa College of Physicians, University of Ghana School of Public Health.
Station: Adolescent Care Clinic, Department of Family Medicine, Greater Accra Regional Hospital.
Que: Describe yourself in 3-5
Ans: Passionate, friendly and God-fearing
Que: What is your profession, field of speciality and why
Ans: I am a Specialist family physician with a subspecialty in Adolescent medicine. I love working with Adolescents and young people because they are our future and hold so much promise
Que: What do you love most about yourself
Ans: The ability to encourage others
Que: What were you like in high school
Ans: I was easy-going, loved to dance and liked to study
Que: On a scale of 1-10 rate how weird you are
Ans: I guess I was a bit weird 6/10 because I was a tomboy. I grew up with 5 brothers and had no sisters so I was basically one of the boys
Que: Your most unusual talent
Ans: I like fixing things eg. Electricals, carpentry.
Que: How would you describe your personal/work life in terms of ratio? Eg. 50/50;30/70, etc
Que: The funniest thing that ever happened to you
Ans: I will have to think about that, there are so many of them
Que: What challenges do you face treating young people living with diabetes
Ans: I do enjoy working with young people living with Diabetes. The challenges I face are as varied as the uniqueness of each warrior. Some challenges include making healthy dietary choices, not reporting to the hospital on time when there are issues,
Que: How would you react if you’re transformed into a fish
Ans: I hope I would be a dolphin because they are community-minded… Teamwork