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The Department of Public Health under the School of Public Health and Community Development in partnership with the USAID Human Resources for Health Kenya (HRM) convenes a curriculum review stakeholders forum. The five-days workshop held at the Vic Hotel was successfully concluded on 31st May 2019.


Dr. Pauline Andang’o,  Dean School of Public Health and Community

"The School of Public Health and Community Development is committed to producing highly qualified graduates who respect the World around us, are able to harness, preserve and conserve knowledge, recognize where to add value and repackage and disseminate the knowledge”

Prof. J. S. Chacha, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Partnerships, Research & Innovations

“As Maseno University, we strive to be the hub of excellence in training, research and innovations in health, key to attaining Universal Health Coverage and actualising the goals and aspirations contained in Kenya Vision 2030”

The workshop brought together the students’ representatives, alumni, academic staff, partners from the Ministry of Health, key partners and professional regulators. Guided by the Maseno University Curricula Development and Review Policy, 2018 the workshop participants successfully reviewed two new degree programmes curricula offered by the department:
BSc. Health Systems Management with IT and BSc and Health Records and Information Management with IT and one already existing programme curricula: BSC. Public Health with IT.

The Public Health Officers & Technicians Council (PHOTC), with whom the University has worked harmoniously with over the years, represented by the Mr. Aggrey Oriema, head of the PHOTC Secretariat provided useful insights and updates in shaping the BSc. Public Health with IT curriculum. The Association of Medical Records Officers (AMRO) who were in Maseno University for their maiden visit because of the new BSc. Health Records and Information Management programme was represented by Ms. Mercy Kahare.