Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in Recent News | 0 comments

Wenslaus Adenya, a Clinical Officer here at Sagam Commuinty Hospital (SCH), recently attended a three-day training hosted by Christian Health Association of Kenya (CHAK) in Nairobi, Kenya. CHAK is a proud partner of SCH and is committed to helping provide quality care. We sat down with Wenslaus to discuss his experience and takeaways from the training. The training involved various modules that were taught during the course of the training. These modules included the Buddy Doctor Initiative, Kenyan Curriculum, Professional Coaching, and Mentorship of General Practitioners in Changing the Strategic Approach for Glycemic Control in Type 2 Diabetes.


Wenslaus Adenya seated bottom left in the photo during CHAK Training

Another learning objective was to train clinicians to mentor health care workers in their facilities and other CHAK affiliates through Continued Medical Education (CME). In addition, clinicians were trained to consolidate reporting of diabetes data in their regions. Resources and tools were also provided to clinicians to collaborate in forming a patient diabetes support group within their facilities.


Wenslaus scribing during a training exercise

SCH congratulates Wenslaus on completing his training. We are excited to learn from his training in our upcoming CME. We would also like to thank CHAK for their continued support and learning experience. Asante Sana.