College of Health Sciences
A group photo of UoN Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi with members of the EAC inspection team.
Members from the EAC jointly carried out the inspection of the facilities at the schools, went through the programmes offered at the various schools at the College of Health Sciences (CHS).
UoN Vice-Chancellor Prof. Peter Mbithi accompanied the team during the exercise.
He urged the team to suggest ways that would help the University improve the teaching of healthcare professionals in Kenya.
CHS Principal, Prof. Isaac Kibwage took time to explain to the team the various academic programmes offered at the college. They include; Medicine, Dental, Pharmacy, Nursing, and many more.
He said the college also supports needy students, offers counseling services to both students and staff, and has also set up work study programmes for students.
The team urged the College to work closely with institutions based in Africa to help improve the teaching of health care providers in Kenya and the continent at large.
CHS Principal, Prof. Isaac Kibwage makes a presentation during the inspection.
The team also held a meeting with students and staff at the college. The students took the opportunity to highlight the challenges they face, including inadequate staff, lack of teaching facilities and accommodation among others.
This was EAC’s 2nd joint inspections of Medical and Dental Schools in the Republic of Kenya.
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