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  • Burnout syndrome among medical workers at Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH), Nairobi, Kenya 

    Kokonya, Donald A; Mburu, John M; Kathuku, Dammas M; DM, Ndetei; Adam, Adam H.; Nshimirimana, Desire A.; Biraboneye, Phocas S.; Kpoto, Louise Mapleh (Journal of Psychiatry, 2014-09-10)
    Background: Little has been documented on the extent of the impact of work environment, interpersonal relationships, coping mechanisms and the burnout syndrome on medical workers in Kenya. Worldwide, medical workers have ...
  • Incidence of Self-Esteem Among Children Exposed to Sexual Abuse in Kenya 

    Mutavi, Teresia; Obondo; Mathai, Muthoni; Kokonya, Donald; Dako-Gyeke, Mavis (Global Social Welfare, 2018-01-04)
    It has been established that sexual abuse against children is a global problem and quite widespread. Sexual abuse against children is a public health concern given that its outcomes are not only detrimental to the health ...
  • Cost-effectiveness of condom uterine balloon tamponade to control severe postpartum hemorrhage in Kenya 

    Mvundura, Mercy; Kokonya, Donald; Abu-Haydar, Elizabeth; Okoth, Eunice; Herrick, Tara; Mukabi, James; Carlson, Lucas; Oguttu, Monica; Burke, Thomas (International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2017-02-11)
    Objective To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of condom uterine balloon tamponade (UBT) for control of severe postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) due to uterine atony versus standard PPH care in Kenya. Methods A cross-sectional ...
  • Incidence of depressive symptoms among sexually abused children in Kenya 

    Mutavi, Teresia; Obondo, Anne; Kokonya, Donald; Khasakhala, Lincoln; Mbwayo, Anne; Njiri, Francis; Mathai, Muthoni (Springer: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, 2018-07-30)
    Background Children who experience sexual abuse undergo various negative psychosocial outcomes such as depressive symptoms. Unfortunately, not many studies have been conducted on the incidence of depressive symptoms among ...
  • Social Networks and Students’ Performance in Secondary Schools: Lessons from an Open Learning Centre, Kenya 

    Muhingi, Wilkins Ndege; Mutavi, Teresia; Kokonya, Donald; Simiyu, Violet Nekesa; Musungu, Ben; Obondo, Anne; Kuria, Mary Wangari (Journal of Education and Practice, 2015-05)
    Given the known positive and negative effects of uncontrolled social networking among secondary school students worldwide, it is necessary to establish the relationship between social network sites and academic performances ...

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