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.
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
BSc Nursing Curriculum Reorienting to Universal Health Coverage Basis The purpose of the study is to To reorient the BSc Nursing curriculum to universal health coverage (UHC) basis. Research Question: How can the BSc Nursing curriculum be reoriented to address concerns about emerging roles placed upon nurses by universal health coverage (UHC)? Broad Objective: Will
Cuban doctors arrive in Kenya in June 2018. [Picture courtesy of kenyans.co.ke] Someone said there could be nothing worse than being caught flat-footed most of the time or what is sometimes called running between a pillar and a post. About Cuban docs, we better start appreciating ’em. I too believe we should continue to engage
Showcasing Concern For Health Care Costs in Kenya was every Kenyans’ responsibility. Today we will be looking at showcasing concern for the rising health care costs in Kenya. In the absence of an ethical and moral concern, the situation would only get worse. Surely, costs should not just keep on rising just because they can.