Medical Camp

Location / Venue: 

Eastlands, Nairobi Calvary Temple

In its role in the implementation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 Phase II, the College of Health Sciences on 28th September 2013 held a medical camp at the Nairobi Calvary Temple located in Buruburu. Led by thePrincipal, CHS, Prof Isaac Kibwage, the Dean Prof. Omwandho and chairman of the department of Psychiatry, Dr. Mary Kuria, a team of Health professionals who included College staff, senior students and alumni participated.

Contact Person: 

Dr. Kuria

The Impact of Violence on Women‘s Health Conference

Location / Venue: 

Sentrim Sixeighty Hotel
Muindi Mbingu Street, off Kenyatta Avenue

The Impact of
Violence on Women‘s Health

"There is one universal truth, applicable to all countries, cultures and communities: violence against women is never acceptable, never excusable, never tolerable." (Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon)
Throughout the ages, women face physical and psychological violence regardless of their age, sexual orientation, religion and social or cultural background. As in many other countries, domestic violence is still a taboo subject in Kenya.

Contact Person: 

Registration at: +254 713142066 (Mpesa)

Medical Camp - Calvary Temple, Nairobi

Location / Venue: 

Calvary Temple Nairobi

The Nairobi Calvary Temple Welcomes you to Healthy Living Week 23rd-28th September 2013.

Medical Professionals will address your Health issues

Free Daily talks from 6:00PM

level 3 teaching video Psychiatry


The following have been promoted to Senior lecturers

Dr John Mburu

Dr Rachel Kangethe

Dr Muthoni Mathai

Congratulations all 3

Visiting The Department

Prof Mashego Clinical Psychologist from the University of Limpopo

Dr Gakinya (Psychiatrist) Chairman of the Dept of Psychiatry Moi University

Clinical Exams for MMed Psychiatry and MSc Psychology

On going

Clinical Exams in Mathari Hospital and KNH Department of Mental Health (PSC)


Location / Venue: 

Safari Club Hotel

Dr Muthoni Mathai is attending a Workshop on: expanding sccess to medical abortion- linking research to action

Neurocognitive assessments link programme

Clinical psychology students are currently practicing Neurocognitive testing for the project.

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