Women in Labor: Working as a Labor/Delivery Nurse in Nairobi's Kenyatta National Hospital
McBarnes, Kristin M.
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Before I went to Kenya, I was very interested in maternal health and midwifery, so I decided to continue exploring this interest while abroad. In Kenya, over fifty percent of all children are not born in a hospital; so while working as a labor/delivery nurse in Nairobi's public and national hospital, Kenyatta, I explored the reasons behind the lack of access to health care.
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