University of Nairobi(UoN)

UoN, UTMB and ANN_K successfully hold neonatal nursing seminar

The neonatal nursing seminar is an activity that was planned by the University of Nairobi (UoN), University of Texas Medical Board (UTMB) and the Association of the Neonatal Nurses’ of Kenya (ANN_K). The planning committee included Dr. Miriam Wagoro and Dr. Joyce Jebet from UoN, Prof. Pamela Harris-Haman (UTMB), Mrs Josephine Bariu and Ms Odessa Omanyo (ANN_K) and Mr. Samuel Wainaina (Engineer County Hopsital, Nyahururu).

SoNS receives donation of infrared thermometers in COVID-19 fight

The School of Nursing Sciences (SoNS) in implementing UoN and MOH COVID-19 transmission prevention measures works with stakeholders from various sectors including alumni to ensure safety of staff and students within and beyond the SoNS environment.

SONS receives hand washing station equipment and hand sanitizers donations from an alumnus

University of Nairobi (UoN) moved its operations (that included teaching and learning) to online mode from mid March 2020 when the President pronounced a lockdown due to COVID-19 that devastated the whole world.

With the recent announcement of resumption of face to face learning by the UoN administration, and in line with the national guidelines, the School of Nursing Sciences (SONS) is working towards ensuring everyone’s safety within the school environment upon reopening.

SONS conducts PhD defense online in the wake of COVID-19

Vincent Mukhtar, a PhD student at the University of Nairobi (UoN) School of Nursing Sciences (SONS) is happy to have defended his thesis in an online session.

This was a breakaway from the normal norm where the defense would be done face to face. Normally, the student would face a panel and present his/her thesis and later on respond to questions from the panelists.

Students’ community outreach in Sabaki and Mlolongo

Nairobi University Nursing Students Association (NUNSA) alongside Love Foundation, Delight and Hope hosted a community outreach event in Sabaki and Mlolongo, Machakos County.

The event brought together seven children's home attended by 400 kids.