School of Nursing
The Linked MNCH Aims lead Dr. Onesmus Gachuno opening the training, next to him is the PRONTO President, Dilys Walker.
The University of Nairobi PRIME-K Linked MNCH grant on “Strengthening Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Research Training in Kenya” organised a PRONTO training workshop for University of Nairobi and Kenya Medical Training College Faculty and for senior midwives from 7-9 March 2016 at Skills lab, School of Nursing Sciences at the College of Health Sciences, UoN.
PRONTO is an adaptable obstetric and neonatal emergency simulation team training programme that uses a high-fidelity and low-technology birth simulation within the national guidelines. The training has its origin in the US and has been implemented in Latin America, India, Kenya and a few other African Countries.
A total of 17 University of Nairobi and Kenya Medical Training College Faculty and for senior midwives were trained on introduction to Simulation and Team training with a view of integrating obstetric and neonatal emergency simulation into the teaching.
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