Holidaying While Health Care System Waits in Kenya

Picture of magic holidaying typical of Kenya (Courtesy of www.express.co.uk/travel/article)   We have already looked at the first part of holidaying while we wait for health. The season of short weekdays coupled with long weekends is fast approaching. Decreed Holidays came often Typically during a run-up to a long weekend, some companies and institutions generously

A critical analysis of the nursing situation in Kenya in the advent of policy change demands

1.0 Introduction This is a critical analysis of the nursing situation in Kenya as it focuses on highlighting day-to-day conundrums that we all face as nurses in the advent of policy change demands.  It is a trail of social media postings by various individuals on the subject over time.  A realistic approach to policy analysis

Holidaying While Others Wait For Health Care in Kenya

Holidaying when we should be working I believe is one of the unique characteristics of resource-constrained settings. By the way now that we are headed for the holidays, welcome to the medical profession where any day is workday and holidays don’t matter… Someone just posted on my wall that today is 28 days to Christmas

NursingNow: Quest for ‘Magnet’ recognition for Kenyan Nurses

NursingNow: Quest for ‘Magnet’ recognition for Kenyan Nurses is our topic today. Nursing Now, a three-year global campaign (2018-2020), aims to improve health by raising the profile and status of nursing worldwide. NursingNow, Kenya campaign seeks to empower nurses to take their place at the heart of tackling 21st Century health challenges. I feel it also