Catherine Kroamah Dwumfour is an enthusiastic and highly motivated registered midwife with over thirteen (13) years of experience in midwifery practice and eleven (11) months of experience as an assistant lecturer. Over the decade, Catherine have incorporated evidence-based practice in caring for women and newborn with complex needs and ensured a high standard of culturally competent care for a wide variety of patients with diverse needs. Catherine constantly aim to engage and challenge students with practical clinical examples and various teaching methods to help them become lifelong learners. Her research interest is in all areas of midwifery, including high risk pregnancies, midwifery education and nursing education.
Catherine is a Commonwealth Shared Scholar. Her personal and professional goals are to contribute her quota to reducing maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality rate through education and research. She also seeks to use my expertise within a suitable challenging environment to influence systems that ensure every woman has equal access to a well-trained, skilful and enthusiastic midwife and health professional.