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 1)    PERSONAL DETAILS

a)     NATIONALITY            Kenyan

b)    LANGUAGES               English, Swahili, Luhya

c)     CONTACT ADDRESS  P.O BOX 64 – 00202, KNH, NAIROBI.

d)    E-MAIL ADDRESS       pamela.idenya@uonbi.ac.ke ; pamela.mandela@gmail.com

 

2)    WORKING EXPERIENCE

a)     July 2006 to date    Lecturer, University of Nairobi – School of Medicine, Department of Human Anatomy

b)    Sept 2006 to Aug 2009    ARCAN Physician Training Coordinator

c)     March 2006 - Sept 2006   GSN Coordinator

d)    Jan 2006 - Mar 2006        KMA Training Coordinator

e)     Sept 2000 - Jan 2006       Medical Specialist & Consultant, Amity Healthcare Ltd

f)      Sept 2003 to date            Associate Consultant, Health Development Associates

g)     Sept 1998 – Sept. 2000    Senior House Officer – Kenyatta National Hospital

h)    Dec 1996 – Oct 1998      Senior House Officer – The Aga Khan Hospital, Nairobi

i)       Oct 1996 – Nov 1996     Medical Officer – Kenyatta National Hospital

j)       Sept 1995 – Sept 1996     Medical Officer (Intern) – Kenyatta National Hospital

 

3)    PROJECT PARTICIPATION

a)     August – Sept 2009

i)       Development of a national policy and guidelines for infection prevention and control in health facilities in Kenya

b)    March - June 2009

i)       Situational assessment on use of cotrimoxazole in Paediatric antiretroviral therapy for UNICEF-KCO

c)     August 2007

i)       Rapid Needs Assessment conducted on the capacity of Potential Private Hospitals in Nairobi to offer HIV and AIDS care and Treatment Services under the Gold Star Network, for Family health International

d)    Sept - Dec 2005    

i)       Development of RTI Job aids for RTI service providers in Kenya for WHO, Geneva

ii)     Development of RTI Job aids associated training manuals for RTI service providers in Kenya for WHO, Geneva

e)     July – Nov 2005

i)       Development of National Guidelines for RTI services for Population Council Inc. and Division of Reproductive Health (MOH)

f)      July – Nov 2005

i)       Development of RTI training manual and curriculum for healthcare providers in Kenya for Population Council Inc. and Division of Reproductive Health (MOH)

g)     Apr – May 2004

i)       Data management for multi-country PMCT evaluation programme for UNICEF, ESARO

h)    Oct 2003 – Feb 2004

i)       Kenya PMCT Programme Evaluation for UNICEF Kenya office and NASCOP

i)       Jul - Aug 2002

i)       COMIKS Project for Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media in Kisumu District (University of Nairobi/University of Liverpool, UK)

j)       Sept 2001

i)       Pilot Project for Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media in a Kenyan District (University of Nairobi/University of Liverpool)

k)     1998 – 2000

i)       Operation Ear Drop with Ear Drop Foundation, Netherlands and University of Nairobi

 

4)    CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

a)     Jan 2001 - July 2002                  Kenyatta National Hospital - Senior Registrar

b)    Mar 2002 - Jun 2002                 Clinical Attachment – Manchester Royal Infirmary

c)     Sept 1997 – Sept 2000              Kenyatta National Hospital – Senior House Officer

d)    Oct 1995 – Sept 1996               Kenyatta National Hospital – Internship

 

5)    EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

a)     Feb 2005 to Aug 2008              UNIVERSITY OF STAFFORD (UK) - Masters in Public Health

b)    Dissertation: Knowledge, attitude, beliefs and practices amongst physicians attending HIV training in Nairobi

c)     Sept 1997 – Sept 2000              UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI – Master of Medicine (M.Med ENT)

d)    Dissertation: Streptomycin ototoxicity amongst patients on anti-tuberculous therapy in Kenyatta National Hospital

e)     Sept 1989 – Sept 1995              UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)

 

6)    OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

a)     Computer Packages: MS WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT, PUBLISHER, PAGEMAKER

b)    Ability to use SPSS and EPI info for data analysis and interpretation

 

7)    RESPONSIBILITIES

a)     2012

i)       Nov/Dec 2012 Acting COD, Human Anatomy

ii)     June 2012         Acting COD, Human Anatomy

b)    2011 to date

i)       Mentorship and Personal Development Committee, Preclinical Faculty-School of Medicine

ii)     Chair, Building and Infrastructure Committee – Dept. Human Anatomy

iii)   Member, Chiromo Funeral Parlour Committee

c)     2010/2011   Class Coordinator, BSc Nursing Level 2

d)    2007-2009    Class Coordinator, BSc Nursing Level 1

e)     July - August 2002

i)       Team leader of COMIKS project for chronic suppurative otitis media in Kisumu district – collaboration between university of Liverpool and university of Nairobi,

f)      September 2001

i)       Team leader of pilot project for chronic suppurative otitis media in a Kenyan district – collaboration between University of Liverpool and University of Nairobi,

g)     Dec 1998 – May 2000    

i)       Chief resident department of ENT

 

8)    STUDENT THESIS SUPERVISION

a)     Dr. Philip Mwachaka       2012 MSc Anatomy Thesis project – ongoing

“Structural Changes in the Rabbit Neural Retina Following Monocular Deprivation”

b)    Patricia Quinn Owira       2012 BSc Anatomy Long Thesis project – ongoing

“Variant Anatomy and Histomorphology of the Umbilical Ring”

c)     Poonam Loyal                2012 BSc Anatomy Long Thesis project- completed

“Structural organization of the AorticoPulmonary Vein Junction”

d)    Musa Misiani                   2012 BSc Anatomy term Paper – completed

“Morphometric study of the distal tibia among adult Kenyans

e)     Larry Wangai                  2011 BSc Anatomy Term Paper project- completed

 “Morphometric study of the mandibular condyle among adult Kenyans”

f)      Jeremiah Munguti            2010  BSc Anatomy Term Paper project- completed

“Morphometry of the Orbita amongst Kenyans”

g)     Johnstone Muthoka        2009  BSc Anatmy Term Paper project- completed

“Features of the Lunate in a Kenyan Population”

h)    Patrick Gatonga    2008  BSc Anatomy Long Thesis project- completed

 “Structural organization of the mitral valve among Kenyans” co-supervisors Paul Odula & Hassan Saidi

i)       Anne Mburu                   2007 BSc Anatomy Long Thesis project- completed

“Histomorphology of the Fallopian Tubes in a Kenyan population”

 9)    MANUSCRIPT REVIEWER

a)     Annals of African Surgery

b)    African Journal of Anatomy

c)     International Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences

 10)           MEMBERSHIPS

a)     University of Nairobi Alumni Association (UONAA) – Bronze 165

b)    Kenya ENT Society (KENTS)

c)     Health Development Associates (HDA)

 11)           PUBLICATIONS

a)     Referencing orbital measures for surgical and cosmetic procedures. J. Munguti, P. Mandela, F. Butt. Anatomy Journal of Africa 1(1): 40-45, 2012.

b)    Horizontal angle of inclination of the mandibular condyle in a kenyan population. L. Wangai, P. Mandela, F. Butt. Anatomy Journal of Africa 1(1): 46-49, 2012.

c)     Periduodenal Tuberculosis masquerading as Annular Pancreas. K Ongeti, A Pulei, P Mandela, P Kimpiatu. Annals of African Surgery Vol 9 2012 (ISSN: 1999-9674)

d)    Sternal foramina and variant xiphoid morphology in a Kenyan population. El-Busaid H, Kaisha W, Hassanali J, Hassan S, Ogeng'o J, Mandela P. Folia Morphol (Warsz)., 71(1):19-22, 2012

e)     Position and blood supply of the carotid body in a Kenyan population. Muthoka, J. M; Hassanali, J; Mandela, P; Ogeng’o, J. A & Malek, A. Int. J. Morphol., 29(1):65-68, 2011.

f)      Physician training in HIV and AIDS care –Knowledge, Practices and Attitudes.  Monograph, 2011. LAP-Lambert Academic Publishers ISBN 978-3-8443-9889-2

g)       Sex Variation in occurrence of myocardium in human mitral valve cusps. Gatonga P, Odula P. O, Saidi H & Mandela P. Int. J. Morphol., 27(4): 1217 – 1222, 2009

h)    Frequency of Adenotonsillectomy in some Nairobi Hospitals. H. O. Oburra & P. M. Idenya, EAMJ July 2001; 78(7): 338 – 342.

i)       Book Chapters in Microscopic Anatomy – a text and Manual (ongoing departmental project):

i)       Microscopic Organization of the Nervous System (Chapter 10)

ii)     Microscopic Organization of the Ear (Chapter 12)

iii)   Microscopic Organization of the Eye (Chapter 11)

 

12)           NONACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

a)     Editorial in book "You Are Not Rejected" – 2010

b)    Author – “Living the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary” – Feb 2012. Xlibris Publishing Corporation ISBN 978-1-4691-6632-2 (donated in support of VPH - Nairobi)

c)     Author – “calling sin, SIN” – manuscript awaiting imprimatur  (donated in support of VRC - Thika)

 13)           POSTER PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS

a)     Counselling Skills of PMCT Health Care Providers in Kenya. Mandela P, Gichangi P, Mwikali T, Wangai M, Chebet K L, Ouma C, Njagi E

b)    PMCT Healthcare Providers’ Knowledge on Prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV. Gichangi P, Njagi E, Ouma C, T Mwikali, Wangai M, Chebet KL, Mandela P

c)     Community Perception of PMTCT Services: The Kenyan Experience. Kusimba Judy, Mandela P, Gichangi P, Mwikali T, Wangai M, Chebet K L, Ouma C, Njagi E

 

14)           COMMUNITY SERVICE

a)     Vincentian Ministries

b)    Prayer House Nairobi – committee member

c)     Retreat Centre Thika – team member

d)    Consolata Shrine, Nairobi

i)       Ministry of the Word

ii)     PEA Committee

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