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
Will be on duty over the holidays, while others will have to wait for Health care. This is not the only time this has happened. Holidaying when we should be working I believe is one of the unique characteristics of resource-constrained settings like we have here in Kenya. By the way now that we are
‘A Nurse Is More’ [adapted from A poem written by Richard G. Shuster] A Nurse Is More, Why? Though nobody, can say why, for sure, Nurse’s desire, for service, is pure. Not for themselves, it has to be for others. A life dedicated, to their sisters and their brothers. A Nurse Is More, How?
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?
This is part of the series: Unique characteristics of Kenya’s health care settings,We have already looked at part 1 of turbulence. Even the best of effort is only a singular contribution to the journey for the greater good that we refer to as quality health care. For example, if six patients in a 42-bed Nyayo