A Nine-Point Plan to Improve Post-Crash Care in Kenya
Through a comprehensive program that develops a deeper understanding of the care of the injured person in Kenya, organization of the system, assessment of available resources, we developed a nine-point plan to improve trauma care.
Partnering with local stakeholders, we have trained more than 1,100 personnel, and developed and implemented five trauma registries.
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Impact of our work
1,100+ PERSONNEL TRAINED
- Nine-point plan to improve care of the injured patient: A case study from Kenya
- Adolescent and Young Adult Injuries in Developing Economics: A Comparative Analysis from Oman and Kenya
- Understanding patterns of injury in Kenya: Analysis of a trauma registry data from a National Referral Hospital
- To implement and evaluate trauma care interventions implemented as part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Global Road Safety project
- 1,107 EMTs/Paramedics/Hospital personnel trained
- 5 trauma registries developed and implemented
- Support for trauma care legislation and policies provided