ROSELINE SUSAN NJUGUNA

 

 
Title H.o.D & Lecturer
Office Department of Nursing
Ext/Phone --
Email snjuguna@daystar.ac.ke

 

Summary

Lecturer in Nursing with a wealth of experience in classroom and clinical teaching. I have a passion for Health Systems Management and improvement of patient outcomes.

 

Education

  • PHD Health Systems Management ( Ongoing- The Kenya Methodist University)
  • MSc Health Systems Management (2008) University of London. Thesis: Patient Satisfaction: A case Study of the Nairobi Hospital.
  • PGD Health Systems Management (2003) London School of Tropical Medicine.

 

 

Published Works

  1. Njuguna, R.S. (2009). Community Health Nursing Module 2. Nairobi: Kenya Methodist University

  2. Njuguna, R.S. (2009). Reproductive Health Nursing Module. 3 Nairobi: Kenya Methodist University

  3. Roseline Susan Njuguna ( 2013) “Patient Satisfaction with in patient care; A case of Nairobi Hospital”, Lambert Academic Publishers, Saarbrucken, Germany ISBN 978 3 659 4276 0

  4. Jillo Ali Jillo, Peter Obonyo Ofware, Susan Njuguna, Wanja Mwaura-Tenambergen. Effectiveness of Ng’adakarin Bamocha model in improving access to ante-natal and delivery services among nomadic pastoralist communities of Turkana West and Turkana North Sub-Counties of Kenya. The Pan African Medical Journal. 2015; 20:403

  5. Mildred Adhiambo Odhiambo, Susan Njuguna, Rachel Waireri-Onyango, Josephat Mulimba and Peter Mungai Ngugi. Utilization of day surgery services at Upper Hill Medical Centre and Karen Hospitals in Nairobi; the influence of medical providers, cost and patient awareness. The Pan African Medical Journal 2015; 22: 28.

  6. Janet Mukoshi Shibonje, Wanja Mwaura-Tenambergen and Susan Njuguna. Influence of Maternal Health Education Delivered Through Community Health Referral Project on Antenatal Care Attendance: A Focus on Mirihini and Midoina Communities of Kilifi County, Kenya .International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP) May 2016, Volume 6, Issue 5.

  7. Sarah Owiti, Susan Njuguna and Musa Oluoch. Implementation of Kenya quality guidelines for improved health services in Kenya: A case of Kakamega County. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP) May 2016, Volume 6, Issue 5

  8. Annrita Ikahu, Susan Njuguna, Maureen Adoyo, Joseph Gatimu and Lillian Otiso. Providers and Patients perceptions on Task shifting as a model of improving uptake of Provider Initiated HIV Testing and counselling services in Kenya. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP) July 2016, Volume 6, Issue 7

 

Research Interest

  • Health service delivery
  • Leadership and Governance of Health Systems
  • Quality in Nursing 

 

Professional Affiliations

  1. National Nurses Association of Kenya (www.nnak.or.ke)
  2. Eastern Central Southern African College of Nursing (www.ecsa.or.tz)
  3. Kenya Hospices and Palliative Care Association (www.kehpca.org )
  4. Health Systems Management Association ( HESMA)