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This book discusses the role of the medical professionals who in the call of their duty have to occasionally clarify their values in as far as ethical dilemmas are concerned.
It correlates the challenges of care giving with the christian world view concerning end-of- life issues.
It attempts to reconcile and also draw parallels on the diverse views.
The book presents some best case scenarios and dialogues on this subject from the local setting and elsewhere in a down to earth approach and will be invaluable to those in fields such as psychosocial, ethics, medical, nursing, religious studies and even law.
Health personnel and especially those in critical care and hospice care should find the book useful.
He has published several articles and a book: 'Inventory on Job Description of Nurse Managers in Developing Countries: Rising Above the Challenges in A Changing Work Environment'.
His scholarly link is: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Simon_Kamau/
Was an ICU nurse for over 20years, previously the Nurse Manager of Critical Care Unit/HDU at Moi Teaching & Referral Hospital, Eldoret Kenya.
Nursing(Moi),Higher Diploma in Critical Care Nursing(Nairobi).
Is an MS iLEAD program candidate, University of Colorado, Denver, USA.
Teaches in the BSN program at University of Kabianga, Kenya.
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