BSNs in Kenya must emancipate themselves from benevolence slavery. These re the popularly referred to as degree nurses, or nurses with Bachelors of Science in Nursing abbreviated as BSN or BScN if you like. This viewpoint is motivated by various advertisements for positions in the public service which did not feature BSNs. The adverts show
My take concerning the different entry points into nursing in Kenya. As a nurse educator and a medical educationist for that matter I happen by grace to have taught across the spectrum over the years apart from more than a decade as a clinical nurse. But were there any other difference between diploma and BSNs
Dear newbies in nursing in Kenya and welcome! Today let me just become a ‘human resources specialist’ (from experience not training). You must choose to do things differently, to be the first or the only one. It’s an either-or and never a neither-nor. Either be the first or the only one or just be different
This is a reflective analysis of the nursing situation in Kenya: Framing the debate ‘2020, the year of the nurse’ Abstract: WHO has declared 2020 the Year of the Nurse & Midwife. Nurses in Kenya have been faced with a need to rise to demands of frequent policy changes in the last couple of years.
Kenyans need to be empowered enough to avoid being unfairly charged by bringing their hospital bill up to date through tweaking it. Claims of bills inflation were emerging everywhere with hospitals unfairly generating revenue from patients. We need to figure out as a country whether we can continue on this trajectory. When one sees the