The novel corona virus pandemic is behaving like a big river whose flow can be slowed for some time by building dams. Building dams holds back the water but if heavy rains continue even the dam is unable to hold all the water and the excess either spills over causing damage or it is released in a controlled manner. This appears to have been the underlying principle when the Covid-19 pandemic public health campaigns were designed in the United Kingdom (UK).
Online Webinar on COVID-19: From Science to the Dental Clinic
COVID-19: FROM SCIENCE TO THE DENTAL CLINIC Speaker: Dr. Hudson Alumera BDS, MDS (Periodontology) Specialist Periodontist & Implant Surgeon, School of Dental Sciences; University of Nairobi. Moderator: Dr. A. Wetende Lecturer and Specialist Periodontontist, School of Dental Sciences, University of Nairobi.
The spread of covid-19 will soon be under control all over the world and economies will open up fully for social and business interactions. It has been predicted by World Health Organization (WHO) that the disease will become endemic which means that Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) measures must become a continuous process to prevent recurrence or outbreaks.
Covid-19 pandemic will sooner or later be controlled but it is anticipated to become endemic in some parts of the world. The infection prevention and control measures which have been instituted should therefore not be abandoned.
The Operating Theatre Practitioners Association of Kenya (OTPAK) donated 200 face shields to the University of Nairobi (UoN) College of Health Sciences Principal, Prof. James Machoki.
The face shields were handed over to Prof. Machoki on 12th May, 2020 by OTPAK Chairman Prof. Pankaj Jani, who is also a lecturer in the Department of Surgery, School of Medicine. UoN.
The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in more business transactions, classes, lectures and different types of meetings being conducted via online platforms. Some people are still on the learning curve with regard to use of these relatively new channel as well as how to conduct themselves when participating in whichever way. Online etiquette or netiquette is the set of rules that is recommended for online communication.
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Application is open for May and September, 2020 intake for the courses listed below.
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