World Hearing Day

To be commemorated at Langata Primary School. This year's theme 'Childhood hearing loss: Act now, Thisis how'. Organizers are Operation Ear Drop in collaboration with WHO, Ministry of Health, nAIROBI cITY cOUNTY, uoN, GCH, KNH, COCA COLA , CBM KEPSA AND Starkey Hearing Foundation.

Public Health Planning For Hearing Impairment short course

The Ear Nose & Throat (ENT) Unit/Thematic area of the University of Nairobi runs some of the leading training programmes in ENT and Audiology in East and Central Africa. Alumni of its training programmes can be found in many African countries and it has positioned itself to

University of Nairobi/University of Kentuky Otology series

The Need for a Trauma Care Quality Improvement Program at Kenyatta National Hospital

SPECIAL GRAND ROUNDS LECTURE:

The Need for a Trauma Care Quality Improvement Program at Kenyatta National HospitalGuest Lecturer:Kent A. Stevens, MD, MPH, FACSAssistant Professor of Surgery and International HealthAssociate Director, Trauma and Clinical ServicesInternational Injury Research UnitJohns Hopkins University School of MedicineJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public HealthFebruary 12, 20152:00pmLecture Theatre, University of Nairobi Kenyatta National Hospital Campus

Neurotology series

Neurotology series of lectures will be held every morning followed by surgeries from 16-20th March 2015. Visiting professors and residents from University of Kentucky Medical Center will be participating in the project during which otology and lateral skull base surgeries will be performed. This is a teaching initiative of the UoN ENT Unit in collaboration with University of Kentucky.

Neurotology series

Neurotology series of lectures will be held every morning followed by surgeries from 16-20th March 2015. Visiting professors and residents from University of Kentucky Medical Center will be participating in the project during which otology and lateral skull base surgeries will be performed. This is a teaching initiative of the UoN ENT Unit in collaboration with University of Kentucky.

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS

To all staff of Department of Surgery.

As New Year is approaching, I want to take this as an opportunity to extend my heartfelt gratitude to all colleagues within the department of surgery and  appreciate your accomplishments and achievements for last year.

There is no doubt that 2014 has had its challenges, but I hope 2015 will bring peace and happiness to you, all your family and friends. 

Have a lovely holiday season filled with joy and meaning.


 

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