2nd hardest paper I've ever written! Happy to share our work on the perspectives of Kenyan HCWs on diagnosing #tuberculosis in children..grateful to all who took part! #PhDlife @KEMRI_Wellcome @IDeAL_KEMRI_WT @AcademicChatter @ProfMikeEnglish @StopTB https://bmchealthservres.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12913-020-05588-6
[HOT! OFF THE PRESS] Perspectives and practices of health workers around diagnosis of paediatric tuberculosis in hospitals in a resource-poor setting – modern diagnostics meet age-old challenges https://bmchealthservres.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12913-020-05588-6
Great work @MaryBitta and team! The dialogue will go a long way in addressing mental health concerns in our community.
Cultural and religious beliefs are huge hindrances in prevention and seeking health care for people with #mentalillness.
Part of our message to the community is that👇🏽. As we give them space to share their perspectives on mental disorders.
The official day is here with us, these are some of the MALINDI DISTRICT CULTURAL ASSOCIATION artists and dancers (in their traditional attire) who have composed songs, dances, poems in Kiswahili and Kigiriama to create awareness on mental illness.
Join Irene Njau on @SautiYaPwani from 11.00am as she continues to engage the listeners on vaccines. You can also join her live on Sauti Ya Pwani Facebook page.
Great work Ruth 👏👏👏. Great radio interview and responses to listeners' concerns 👌👌👌. @KEMRI_Wellcome @NyandukoCynthia @RoselyneNamai