The University of Nairobi in partnership with Kenyatta University, Maseno University, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology, and the University of Washington received a grant titled ‘Health-Professional Education Partnership Initiative (HEPI)’ – Kenya from the United States Government to support health professional training. The program is offering an innovative educational program integrated into the elective term to strengthen research and clinical experiences of health professional students and improve linkages between Universities, MOH and affiliated teaching facilities. Interested students from JKUAT are invited to apply for this opportunity. Read more. HEPI Advert 04142019- jkuat revised
The world pneumonia is marked every 12th November. This year, Dr. Justus M Simba, a member of faculty at the department of Child Health and Paediatrics, was part of this year’s events. He participated by being a panelist in a live show at NTV, Kenya on 9th November 2018. It is sad that pneumonia kills 2 children every 1 minute and that majority of those affected are in the low and middle income countries. Together we can all do something to fight against, prevent and treat pneumonia. To follow on this discussion Dr. Simba had,… Continue reading →
The department welcomes the new fourth year MBChB students. We congratulate you for passing your third year End of Year exams which were recently concluded. As you will soon realize, 4th year will bring with itself totally different challenges which we as the department shall guide you through. We wish you all the best.