- PhD Fellow
Daniel Mwale is a Social Science PhD Fellow under IMPALA project a clinical observational trial “Innovative Monitoring in Paediatrics in Low-resource settings: an Aid to save lives? (IMPALA).” He enrolled as a PhD student with the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands under the School of Medicine in collaboration with Kamuzu University of Health Sciences in Malawi. He has a Master’s in Public Health from Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (College of Medicine) and a Bachelor’s degree in Social Science from the Catholic University of Malawi.
As a Social Science PhD Fellow, his research work focuses on understanding if novel technologies are feasible, appropriate, and acceptable for improving children’s health is not often adequately investigated and can compromise implementation and scaling-up efforts. His research work considers appropriate health technologies for early detection of critically ill have the potential to improve the quality of care and children’s health outcomes. His work will act as a catalyst in improving child health outcomes and influence policy change as far as critical illness care is concerned.