Mental health is a critical concern in the field of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) due to the unique challenges and stressors that EMS professionals face in their roles. EMS providers often encounter high-pressure situations, trauma, and emotional demands that can take a toll on their mental well-being. Here are some important considerations and strategies for […]
This August, KHPOA adviced County Public Service Boards (CSPB) to take note of the current health professional titles to inform recruitment processes in the counties. Emergency Medical Technicians are part of the professionals listed. This is attributed to the advocacy efforts that KCEMT has continuously engaged in with the Authority.
The EMS and FIRE Symposium and competition 2022 also referred to as the Symposium is an interdisciplinary platform that will bring together international, national and county governments and other key stakeholders to discuss, share, learn and demonstrate knowledge and skills as teams in emergency care especially around fire rescue and pre-hospital patient care. Efficient emergency […]
Kenya Council of Emergency Medical Technicians conducted a successful EVOC training for our brothers from Uganda, Association of Ambulance professionals Uganda -AAPU . The training covered among other topics Introduction to Ambulance Operations Laws and Regulations in Ambulance Operations Communication in Ambulance Operations Ambulance Navigation Safety Considerations in Ambulance Operations The Ambulance Run Ambulance Equipment […]
The Partnership with Malteser International supported a benchmark visit by the Uganda EMS Commissioner Dr. John Baptiste Wamaye and two MOH staff and MI KE/U. The visited RESCUE.CO , NMS EOC/Dispatch for dispatching demonstration Director of Public Health Ministry of Health and a wrap up meeting with KCEMT EMKF with the UG and Kenya […]
On August 25, 2022, Kenya Healthcare Federation hosted the first KHF Professional Associations Forum. This was an initiative of the KHF’s Partnerships Committee aimed to bring together leadership from various Health Professionals Associations to discuss how we can continue to collaborate and offer value through KHF activities. Kenya Council of Emergency Medical Technicians was represented […]
NMS in its commitment unto strengthening emergency care and referral services in Nairobi through partnership and collaboration in the spirit of working together and saving lives invited KCEMT to a one day technical working group on May 18, 2022 . The agenda included the status of emergency care and referral services in Nairobi and readiness […]
Malteser International conducted a partnership assessment of KCEMT to foster trust building towards the Upesi Phase 2 Project on March 30, 2022 at KCEMT offices. Among the key areas of assessment included; Project Management, Capacity to handle funds, Human Resource and Administration and Organisational structure.
H.E Dr. Wilhelm Von Trott, Ambassador of the Embassy of the Sovereign Order of Malta to the Republic of Kenya and Representative of the Order of Malta to UNON, Roland Hansen, Head of Africa & Senior Program Adviser, Malteser International accompanied by Regional Director Martin Schoemburg, Country Coordinator for Malteser International Kenya and EMS coordinator […]