Frank Sikapa MSc., PEng., FIDiagE
Retired Chief Technician (Department of Renal Medicine & Transplantation)
St. Bartholomew’s Hospital
London EC1A 7BE
Frank Sikapa was the first Black person of African origin to have worked in the field of Dialysis in Great Britain and the whole of Europe. He, together with the pioneers, started the dialysis complex at St. Leonard’s Hospital, London. He joined the team in August 1977.
He lectured Post-Graduate Students in Dialysis Servicing, Organization and maintenance of in-house and the outreach system for the Medical Electronics College of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, (London University), collaborating with The World Health Organization to provide Training, Scientific support, research and Development in Health Care Equipment.
Now, Frank has written the ultimate guide in technical skills, awareness, and positive attitude in his specialized field.
You will find energy, enthusiasm, expertise and genius in the pages of his book. A fascinating reading for any technically minded person and engineer.
His depth of knowledge and expertise is amazing and impressive.
The book is a pleasure to read, valuable and easy to resource.