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Dr.Teresa K.Mwendwa, a Lecturer at The University of Nairobi, Department of Medical Physiology moderates one of the sessions at the Medic East Africa Symposium at the KICC grounds in her capacity as the Chair of the Public Health Society of Kenya (PHSK).
 



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A student does a carotid massage to a volunteer student subject during an ECG practical
 



Location
ECG Lab,Dept.of Medical Physiology
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An AO Trauma basic course will be held in Nairobi from 9th to 11th November 2018 in Nairobi, Kenya.

Some of the facilitators will be lecturers at the Departmnet of Orthopaedic Surgery that is Dr. Tom Mogire and Dr. Fred Sitati



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SURGICAL APPROACHES IN ORTHOPEDICS; A CADAVERIC COURSE
was held from  3th to 5th September 2018
Course Director – Dr James Kigera
Objective of the course was to equip the learners with the skills to perform the basic surgical exposures in orthopedics

Target Audience
1. Orthopedic Surgeons
2. General Surgeons
3. Residents (Registrars) in General Surgery and Orthopedics
Reference Material
Surgical Exposures in Orthopedics: The Anatomic Approach by Hoppenfield



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Professor Atinga, the Chairman of the department of orthopaedic Surgery and teaching  staff welcome Part one students to the department on 26th September 2018



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