First Lady Margaret Kenyatta challenged governments to invest more resources in public health nursing so as to achieve aspirations of high quality healthcare provision for all.
According to the First Lady, public health nursing is central to the functioning of any health system and should therefore be adequately resourced in terms of manpower, equipment and continuous capacity building.
The Midwifery/ Obstetrics Nursing Thematic Unit held its inaugural soft skills mentorship for BSc. Nursing Year III students who are expected to proceed for clinical rotations placement in various hospitals in Nairobi County.
This was held in the School of Nursing Sciences Lecture room 3 on Wednesday 13th March, 2019 at 12.00 noon.
The School of Nursing Sciences is preparing for the 2nd African neonatal nursing conference to be held on 14th and 15th November 2019. The conference which will be in Nairobi Kenya will be hosted by the School of Nursing Sciences (SONS), University of Nairobi in collaboration with the Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN. The Helping Babies Breath training was held as a pre-conference for the upcoming conference.