Universal Health Cover or Care – Which Should We Do First? This is a naive concern that many Kenyans share and with a good reason too. Healthcare is a public good that should be available for all Kenyans. Given the public’s concern about health care in Kenya, best health care everywhere is an aspiration of
We have looked at the first part on figures could lie about beds and cots in public hospitals. But then if more beds are not an option, what else can we do? This is part of the series: Unique characteristics of sub-Saharan Africa’s health care settings including – turbulence and holidaying while we wait. We
This is part of a series we will look at some of unique characteristics of our public health system, at an aspect called turbulence. We will even look at perfect storms in nursing. Other characteristics include in our health care settings include holidaying while we wait , number of beds and cots ‘figures as well
Lay Care-takers Inside Kenya’s Public Hospitals: Was There a Way Out? We have already looked at the first part of lay care takers. Today we look at : Why should we expect care takers inside the public hospitals. Is that how far we had sunk as a country in terms of our health care system?
As we have seen so far care taking inside Kenya’s public hospitals was a reality. What might be the way forward. Some health professional might be put off by the suggestions I am about to put forward. They argue that we need to do away with the caretakers. I also thought the same for many