Angelina Sepeku is a Tanzanian born critical care and trauma specialist and she was the nursing supervisor of the first full capacity public Emergency Medicine Department (EMD) in the country, at Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. She has worked at MNH for the past 25 years, in maternity and quality improvement. She was in the first class of Tanzanian nurses who graduated with a master’s of critical care and trauma.
For the past seven years she worked as the Chief Nursing Coordinator for Abbott Fund Tanzania (AFT), based at MNH EMD. She has recently changed roles and is now a Clinical Emergency Nursing Consultant at AFT. In her current role she supervises all nursing activities and patient care, coordinates research and continues to develop the emergency nursing program throughout the country and Africa at large.
Angelina’s main interests are reading and research.