Despite the challenges facing Africa’s health systems, the region has been able to weather the COVID-19 pandemic comparatively well, largely due to its youthful population and its dedicated medical staff. Winnifred Groves, a Cameroonian/British registered nurse dedicated to the training and professional development of nurses, shares the experiences, challenges, and successes of Africa’s nurses as they faced this unprecedented crisis as well as explores the future of and opportunities for nurses in the region.
Lecturer, Learning and Teaching Enhancement Centre - Kingston University, London
Aloysius Uche Ordu
Director - Africa Growth Initiative
Senior Fellow - Global Economy and Development
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