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Welcomes You

KARIBU

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By Putting Our Public Healthcare

Under The Spotlight

It requires

Join Hands Now

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We are all

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Of Our Public Health Care System

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Patient Centered Care training – Gatundu hospital

Patient Centered Care Training  at Gatundu hospital in Kiambu County.

Morris Moses Foundation in partnership with Planetree International facilitated a patient centered care training courtesy of Griffin hospital in the USA.

 

The training  took place on the 6th and 7th of September 2017 and had 70 participants from

  • Thika level 5,
  • Tigoni level 4,
  • Ruiru district hospital,
  • Kiambu district hospital
  • Gatundu level 4.

The participants will be moving on to the next class, early next year, while another beginner class starts around the same time.
We hope to see more and more facilities embracing patient centered care.

Handwash campaign

The Patient Centred Care training concluded  at Gatundu level 4 with a very successful Handwash Campaign.

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Planetree Partnership with Tigoni Hospital

One of the activities which began in 2014 was to broker partnerships between public hospitals in Kenya and hospitals abroad. This creates a platform where our hospitals can receive technical support and also have the opportunity to exchange ideas in different areas of health care.

After many months of dialogue, Morris Moses Foundation, courtesy of Planetree and WHO, has been able to secure a partnership between Tigoni District Hospital and Griffins Hospital in Connecticut, USA. In the month of March, a team from Griffins Hospital and a representative from Planetree will be visiting Tigoni in order to understand the different challenges they face and the scope of what is needed to bridge the gaps.

Currently, Morris Moses is in talks with other hospitals and we hope to be able to sign more partnerships in 2015.

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1st Global Conference on Patient Centered Care

DATE

29th September – 2nd October 2015

SPEAKERS

CONFERENCE   Sub-Themes

• Family Medicine

• Community Oriented Primary Care

• Transformative Medical Education

• Funding

• Alternative Medicine

• Medical tourism

• Ebola and other hemorrhagic fevers

• Medication safety

• Laboratory diagnosis

• Students experiences

• Nursing care model

• Critical care medicine

• Nutrition

• Research

• Health Systems Management

ENQUIRIES

Global Conference Organizing Committee Communication

Phone: +254708441776, +254786661418

Email: secretariat.patient-centeredcare@ku.ac.ke

Website: http://kupccconference.ku.ac.ke

twitter : @kupccconference

REGISTRATION FEES

• Online registration –– USD 250

• Onsite registration –– USD 300

• Residents in training –USD 150

• Undergraduates –USD 90

• Single Day Registration –USD 100

• Accompanying Person –USD 100

• Gala Night –USD 25

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Introduction to BASA

For the last few years, Morris Moses Foundation has held what is known as the Boresha Afya Night, which is an evening where citizens, the corporates, doctors and other medical stakeholders come together to discuss matters affecting the health sector.
It was first held in 2011 as a way to sensitize the upper and middle class Kenyans on health matters especially those of the public sector.
This year we have decided to kick it up a notch and instead of just having a dinner, we are going to be launching an award for caregivers in different positions as voted by the people. This award is known as Boresha Afya Star Award or BASA for short.
As much as we have been pointing out the ills in the public health sector and punishing caregivers, we also want to recognize and award those who have gone beyond the call of duty despite the conditions they may be working in.
BASAwards will be taking place on the 29th of Aug at a venue yet to be confirmed. The voting will however commence on the 1st week of June. So if you have a doctor, nurse, medical officer, pharmacist or even a watchman you have come across in a hospital who stood out in how they treated you, then this is your chance to recognize them for their good job by nominating them for an award. More details and the voting process are to follow.

Basa Vote

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Partner with us

Partners:
Are you an  NGO or a Company with a shared interest in this field, then we would like to connect with you to explore ways of strengthening a network that can push for health care reform in Kenya with the patient at the centre.

Volunteers:
Are you an individual that has a skill or spare time to donate to this cause. As our work begins to grow we will need volunteers and interns to help us out.

Donors:
We have big dreams and visions, all of us here at the moment are unpaid volunteers, we operate out of a small office in a garage or our homes, with very little funds from day to day. Mostly when money comes in it gets allocated immediately to a project or cause.We rely on our interns and volunteers.

We want to grow to the point where we can meet our aspirations and believe me when you follow Alice around, they are many and big.

We would love to be able to have a paid staff, equipment/office and a team that can go out and do training in Kenya. These are just some of the things that unfortunately we are restricted in doing due to financial constraints.

With your help we can get there.

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