Vision: To have a center of excellence for the training of a high level skilled, disciplined manpower capable of providing evidence based healthcare services in different resource settings, engage in research and generation of new ideas, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge.



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KAVI Boardroom, College of Health Sciences
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The department of Anaesthesia held the final symposium for the 2013/2014 academic year on the 10th of July at LT 1. The topics were mainly on cardiology and  anaesthesia for cardiac and vascular surgery.



Location
LT 1, College of Health Sciences
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The Kenya Society for Anaesthesiologists and the University of Nairobi Paediatric Anaesthesia  Fellowship Programme held a one day symposium on Paediatric and Neonatal  Anaesthesia.



Location
The Nairobi Hospital Lecture Theatre
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The Department of Human Pathology, Haematology and Blood Transfusion Unit has over the years given technical assistance the National Blood Transfusion Service with the objective of promoting blood safety and increasing blood supply.

During the period of April to November 2014 the department with support of CDC though Global Communities undertook the following activities for KNBTS



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Kenya National Blood Transfusion Service
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Warfen the distributors of IL laboratory equipment has donated a state of the art haemostasis machine ‘Elite Pro’ to the Department of Human Pathology.



Location
Human Pathology Department, College of Health Sciences
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Prof. Eleanor Fish, a researcher and expert immuno-molecular biologist from the University of Toronto, Canada, gave a scholarly state of the art lecture on Ebola on Tuesday 2nd December 2014 which was organized by the Department of Human Pathology.



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College of Health Sciences
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As in previous years, the Department of Human Pathology facilitated and participated in this year’s KMLTTB registration examinations which were held on 17th - 21st November 2014.



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College of Health Sciences
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The STARS project is an initiative of the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) that aims to develop effective support mechanisms and professional development training to early career researchers and academics at African universities. It is intended that ACU will be able to offer a robust, high quality series of online training to universities across the developing world. The training content will be published under a creative commons license so that universities can adapt and embed the material within their own professional development offerings.


Location
College of Health Sciences Library-Resource Center
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The first level 4 skills day in the department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology was conducted on 6th and 7th February 2015. Students were taken through ten (10) obstetrics and (10) gynecology skills under the leadership of the chairperson, Prof. Zahida Qureshi, Prof Eunice Cheserem, Dr. Rose Kosgei and Dr. Alfred Osoti.

Some of the skills covered included;



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College of Health Sciences
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College of Health Sciences, University of Nairobi
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Prof Zahida Qureshi, Chairperson Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology attended a WHO meeting in Istanbul, Turkey, 22-23 January 2015 on Maternal Near-Miss Approach and Quality of Care: Research and Implementation

The concept of “maternal near-miss,” indicating very severe maternal morbidity, has evolved during the past two decades.



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Istanbul, Turkey
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Human Reproduction Programme News, World Health Organization



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Geneva
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The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology welcomed the new MBchB Level 4 students of Group B.

The students were welcome by the department chair Prof Qureshi Zahida and taken through the introduction process and teaching.



Location
Geneva
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The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology held a farewell party for outgoing Associate Professor, Prof James Kiarie.

The event was Led by the Chairperson, Prof Qureshi Zahida and attended by the Department’s staff whom each got a chance to give Prof Kiarie a goodbye message.



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College of Health Sciences
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Dr. Rose Kosgei, a lecturer in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology took part in facilitation of the Operations Research (OR) course for eight days, 21st November to 28th November 2014.



Location
Ethiopia
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5th year Medicine students taking notes during the training.

The department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in collaboration with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) making it Happen Program and the Ministry of Health (MOH) conducted a hands-on, skills based training on emergency obstetric and neonatal care care for 272 newly qualified medical officer interns before service.



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College of Health Sciences
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Human reproduction remains a scientific field marked by continuous progress, remarkable advance and unique achievements.

ESHRE brought together experts from all over the World to discuss the most recent information, controversies and future directions in infertility care.



Location
Munich, Germany
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The Research Coordinators cataloguing the resources at the Resource Center



Location
Naivasha Simba Lodge
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Prof. Jefitha Karimurio is the new chairman in the department of Ophthalmology. He has taken over from Prof Dunera Ilako who has been the Chairman since the year 2003.



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Prof.Janet Lutale (extreme right) during departmental examiners meeting 

 

 

 

 

 



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Departmental laboratory renovations complete courtesy of PACT-CoE project.

 



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(Dr. Scot E3ggner)

Two visiting surgeons from the United States Drs. Scott Eggener and Bradley Erickson were special guests during the grand round session of the 26th February 2015.



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