Sierra Leonean born Dr Radcliffe Durodami Lisk who is presently practicing in the United Kingdom has continued to do his country proud.
The National Health Service (South-West Essex, Primary Care Trust) during its annual staff award presentation ceremony, awarded the highest prize, the Gold award, to Dr Radcliffe Lisk and his Epilepsy Care Team for the development of epilepsy service in the Essex area.
Dr Lisk is Consultant Neurologist at the Basildon University Hospital and Honorary Consultant Neurologist at the Essex Neuroscience Centre at Queens Hospital.
He started a dedicated clinic for the management of people with epilepsy in 2004.
The team comprises of a specialist nurse, an epilepsy adviser and a specialist registrar and have treated over 600 patients during this time.
Dr Lisk also won the first prize at the Basildon University Hospital annual Clinical Audit Award in 2006 for an audit on epilepsy patients knowledge and information about their condition.
Dr Lisk was a Consultant at the Ministry of Health and Sierra Leone’s only neurologist.
He was also the Vice Principal of the College of Medicine and Allied Health Sciences (COMAHS) and Professor and Head of the Department of Medicine.
He has a special interest in Epilepsy and has published widely on Neurological and Medical subjects.