Interrogating Health Systems in Kenya and Other Developing Countries

Seeing the shortfalls, their uniqueness and gaps that exist in Kenya’s health system seems easy for most people, but putting this into context is another thing altogether.

Given the public’s concern about health care in Kenya, the book concentrates on the accomplishments and failures of the system. Most of the issues explored would also apply to understanding health systems in other developing countries.

To cite: Kamau S. Macharia (2017). Interrogating Health Systems in Resource-Constrained Settings: Frameworks for Quality Health Care in Kenya. Compleat Health Systems, Nairobi Kenya Kindle  ASIN: B077MLZ3JN. Available on Amazon store for $30 only https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077MLZ3JN

You ca request a sample of the first 50 or so pages which will  give you a foretaste of the whole. The sample is usually free for the asking. You can become among those who will do a review, which would be very much appreciated.

You can give it as a worthy gift especially to all those studying anything health systems, leadership, nursing administration, health policy, politics of health care etc. Any one with the interests of the patient and health care providers at heart.

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P.S

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Thank you

Yours

Compleat Nurse