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STEPHEN M’KIUNGA KAINGA

STEPHEN M’KIUNGA KAINGA

 Lecturer

Faculty: School of Nursing and Public Health
Department: Nursing Sciences

Biography

Teaching

Outputs

Research/PhD

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION
Medical and Surgical Nursing
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Member, Boards of Management: K.K. Baithai Secondary School and Nkandone Primary School
WORK EXPERIENCE
Clinical Nursing, Kenyatta National Hospital, 2001-2002
Clinical Nursing, Aga Khan University Hospital, 2003-2004
Clinical Nursing, Coast Provincial General Hospital, 2005- 2009
Clinical Nursing, Embu Provincial General Hospital, 2012
Lecturer, Chuka University, 2016 to current
EDUCATION
PhD in Nursing Sciences (Medical-Surgical Nursing) Ongoing
Master of Science in Nursing Sciences (Medical-Surgical Nursing)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Lecturer, Chuka University, 2016 to current

KEY RESEARCH PROJECT
Type2 Diabetes Mellitus: Barriers to prevention of long-term complications
SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
1. Kainga, S. M’Kiunga, Kimani T. Samuel, Chege M. Njambi, Wagoro M.C. Atieno (2017). Long-Term Complications and their Associated Risk Factors among Diabetic Patients at the Kenyatta National Hospital, Kenya, 1 (9) 2017
2. Samuel Kimani, Stephen Kainga, M., Wagoro M., (2012). Risk factors for cardiovascular disease in patients with type 2 diabetes at Kenyatta national hospital, Kenya.” Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 27(5):369-378.
3. Anna, K. Karani; Stephen, Kainga; Simon, Kangethe; Diana. 2012. Perception ofBachelor of Science in Nursing (BSCN) students on their role in nursing in a hospital setting. Kenya Nursing Journal
4. Stephen Kainga, Margaret Chege Miriam Wagoro (2012). “Peripheral Neuropathyamong Patients with Type 2 Diabetes mellitus attending Kenyatta National Hospital.” In: 2nd East Africa Neuroscience Conference. Nairobi; 2012

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Non-communicable diseases (Diabetes mellitus and Hypertension)

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