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School of Nursing Sciences acting DirectorMiriam Wagoro addressing newly admitted students during orientation at Millenium Hall 2, Chiromo Campus.

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Visit by a delegation of scholars from China.

A delegation of scholars from Central South University Xiangya School of Nursing paid a courtesy call to the acting College of Health Sciences (CHS) Principal, Prof. Fredrick Were on 26th September, 2017.



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The 2017 edition of NUNSA Student mentorship and ALMNI networking forum 2017 was held on 23rd June 2017 at the School of nursing sciences. The event It was successful and saw the coming together of a panel of school of nursing sciences alumni working in various capacities in several organizations, both local, regional and international, based in Nairobi and beyond.

 



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School Of nursing Sciences BoardRoom
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Currently the School of Nursing Sciences is actively involved in OHCEA activities through the School of Public Health at the University of Nairobi, who are full time partners of OHCEA.

The School of Nursing Sciences is also cureently in the process of becoming fulltime partners of OHCEA.



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School Of nursing Sciences BoardRoom
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The Mr. and Miss. NUNSA party event was held on 26th of May 2017 at Safari Bowling Greens Resort Parklands from 8:00 pm to 11:00pm. The event  is usually held once every year with a view of bringing together the nursing students for an interactive bonding session, the main objective being to promote unity, cohesion, sharing of ideas and enhancing their sense of belonging. 



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School Of nursing Sciences BoardRoom
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In recognition that nursing extends beyond the four walls of a hospital, the School of Nursing Sciences plays a leading role in mentoring students to offer community services. From churches, schools, clinics, and camps to children homes and emergency centers, nurses continue to play an integral role in society as agents of community service and volunteering.



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Kangemi
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Participants on an individualized review session.

The School of Nursing Sciences (SONS) has been collaborating with Amref Health Africa under private partnership programmes to conduct EBScN since 2012.

In line with the Commission of University Education and the University of Nairobi requirements,SONs is revising the E-BScN content.



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Kangemi
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Dr.Makenzius is the Swedish principal investigator in A Quasi Experimental Evaluation Study 2017-2018 targeting stigma related to abortion and contraceptive use, in Kisumu County visited the School of Nursing Sciences on 27thand 28thapril 2017.



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Kangemi
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Ag.Director SONs opening the conference.

The School of Nursing Sciences at the University of Nairobi is a leading national nurse educational institution recognized by many nursing professional bodies for its role in graduating nurses who excel in professional nursing practice. It is called upon from time to time to provide guidance on professional nursing practice.



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Naivasha
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The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) in conjunction with the Ministry of Health (MoH) organized a training on Emergency Obstetrics And Neonatal Care (EmONC) which was held from 25th November 2016 – 1st December 2016 at KEMRI training centre. 



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KEMRI training centre
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The NUNSA/AMSUN joint symposium on sexual gender based violence was held on 1st of December 2016 in the School of Nursing –College of health Sciences.

 



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KEMRI training centre
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The BSc.N Class of 2016 students were formally inducted into the noble nursing profession after taking the Nurses’ Pledge on 1st December 2016.

The Students, who are expected to graduate on 2nd December, 2016 took the Pledge, led by College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing Sciences Director, MRS. WAGORO MIRIAM CAROLE ATIENO

 



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School Of Nursing - College of Health Sciences
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Grace Ngaruiya (2nd left in the front row) together with the other participants of the Renal Skills Workshop in Cape Town, South Africa.

Grace Ngaruiya, a lecturer at the School of Nursing, College of Health Sciences, University of Nairobi was in South Africa to attend a renal skills workshop.



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Cape Town, South Africa
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School of Nursing Sciences Director, Prof. Grace Omoni addressing newly admitted students at Millenium Hall 2 in Chiromo.

School of Nursing Sciences Director, Prof. Grace Omoni was among the speakers during the orientation for the newly admitted students for the 2017/2018 academic year.



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Millenium Hall 2, Chiromo Campus
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Dr. Wakasiaka attends to a 4 years old fistula patient at Kisii level 5 Hospital.



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Millenium Hall 2, Chiromo Campus
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Prof. Robertson delivers her address during her visit to the School of Nursing Sciences.

Cheryl Robertson is an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing, University of Minnesota. She is the West Congo Basin University Lead on the project “RESPOND Global Program for Outbreaks of Emergent Zoonotic Diseases” under the USAID Emerging Pandemic Threat Program.



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School of Nursing - CHS
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University of Nairobi Vice-Chancellor Prof. Peter Mbithi visits the School of Nursing stand at the 6th UoN Open Day.

The School of Nursing Sciences was among the various exhibitors who showcased their products and services at the 6th University of Nairobi Open Day.

The Open Day was held from 28th to 30th April, 2016 at the University of Nairobi's Great Court.



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Main Campus
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The Linked MNCH Aims lead Dr. Onesmus Gachuno opening the training, next to him is the PRONTO President, Dilys Walker.



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School of Nursing
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Prof. Sinegugu Duma (L) during her visit to the School of Nursing Sciences.

Professor Sinegugu E. Duma of Division of Nursing and Midwifery School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape town, South Africa visited the School of Nursing Sciences from 22nd -26th February 2016.  



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SON Boardroom
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Nurses and midwives are critical and transformative frontline health care agents that comprise 70% of Human Resource for Health (HRH) in Kenya providing the bulk of health services in rural health facilities; they are the first line of contact with clients in provision of health services within low income and hardship settings. 



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School of Nursing Sciences - CHS
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School of Nursing Sciences - CHS
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BSc.N Class of 2015 students taking the Nurses’ Pledge.

More than 115 BSc.N Class of 2015 students were formally inducted into the noble nursing profession after taking the Nurses’ Pledge on Monday.

The graduands, who are expected to graduate on 4th December, 2015 took the Pledge, led by College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing Sciences Director, Prof. Grace Omoni.



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School of Nursing
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BSc.N Class of 2015 students pose for a photo at the school compound.

School of Nursing Sciences Director Prof. Grace Omoni has hailed BSc.N Class of 2015 students for their dedication in studies after they successfully completed the four-year course.



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School of Nursing
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Dr. Sabina Wakasiaka attends to a fistula patient at Kisii Level 5 Hospital. With her is a team of other health practitioners.

Each year, Dr. Wakasiaka participates in the fistula outreach team activities where women’s dignity is restored through fistula surgery for free.



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School of Nursing
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A group of 4th year Bachelor of Science Nursing students visited Karen Health Centre on 16th October, 2015.

The students were on a clinical rotation at the health facility, and were accompanied by their mentor Dr. Sabina Wakasiaka and senior nursing officers, Dr. Nderi and Nchogu.



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Karen Health Centre
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School of Nursing Sciences Director Prof.  Grace Moraa addressing first years during orientation at Millennium Hall 2, Chiromo Campus.

School of Nursing Sciences Director Prof. Omoni Grace Moraa congratulated and welcomed all first years admitted to the school for the 2016/2017 academic year.



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Chiromo Campus
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