About the author

About the author:

Simon Kamau’s professional career mainly in Kenya’s public health facilities spans over 20 years of bedside nursing. He worked in the Intensive Care Unit, thriving on the chaos there. He was a  nurse manager of critical care units for a couple of years before transitioning to nursing education for the last 6 years.

Holds an MS Nursing Leadership and Health Systems Administration alongside Innovation in Leadership & Administration – iLEAD (CU Denver), BScN (Moi), Higher Diploma Critical Care Nursing (KMTC Nbi), PhD (c) – Medical Education, Moi University,  Kenya URL link: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Simon_Kamau/publications/

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Email: compleathealthsystems@gmail.com,

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About Compleat Health

A healthy health system needs to provide services that are responsive and financially fair, while treating people decently. This blog is where I share my many healthy thoughts concerning  our health care system.

Compleat Health Systems is a leading health systems, nursing and technology blog. Hopes to do this by interrogating and commenting on health systems, transformative leadership and social economic trends that impact on health in resource-limited settings.

In the context of compleat health systems, this is an aspiration. Envisages a compleat healthcare provider or a compleat team of health care providers or a health system.

Using this concept to interrogate health systems in resource settings would be a tall order.

Simon is also a huge lover of Jesus. He finds immense joy in the peace a relationship with his Savior provides, and  might just tell you about it sometime.

Feel free to leave a comment if you have any question or an area you need us to research and write on.

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