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
Today I wish that together we can look retrospectively to the year of the Kenya Nurse/Midwife. As an insider looking in I have my high and lows when it comes to these four themes. There will be those who feel that we need only highlight on the good and the best. That too I can
Is the Kenyan nurse ‘The Pied piper of Hamelin’ of today? This might be passed as a fair judgment in this writer’s view. The year 2020 is the year of the nurse/midwife. The National steering committee has set out on four key thematic areas under the acronym REER: -Remember the Nurse/Midwife -Embrace the Nurse/Midwife -Empower
Building bridges initiative versus mending walls. It cannot be doing one and the same thing. This is my concern for BBI. Kenyans need to be wary of the imminent likelihood that we might end up mending walls instead of building bridges. With the previously adversarial teams into the field, we would only hope they will