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The Clinical Information Network (CIN)

CIN was established in 2013 to support the use of information and examine ways to improve hospital care for children and newborns admitted to county hospitals, and to further guide policy and practice in each county in Kenya.

Providing Care through Collaboration

The Clinical Information Network (CIN) is a collaboration between the KEMRI Wellcome Trust Research Programme (KEMRI-Wellcome), the Ministry of Health (MOH), the Kenya Paediatrics Association (KPA), the Kenya Paediatric Research Consortium (KEPRECON), and participating County Hospitals in Kenya.

Paediatric and Neonatal

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Focus on Newborn Units

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Focus on Paediatrics

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Projects & Research

Three Main Areas of Focus

Learn more about our research and some of the past, current and future projects we are involved in.

Delivering tomorrow’s health care for your family.

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Regions in Kenya

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News & Insights

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STRENGTHENING RESPECTFUL COMMUNICATION WITH PATIENTS AND COLLEAGUES IN NEONATAL UNITS

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The Clinical Learning Network: maintaining essential health services during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Dr Magdalene Kuria on life in retirement and her experiences with the Clinical Information Network

Dr Magdalene Kuria is a pediatrician with many years of experience. She was part of.
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A newborn clinical audit tool for hospitals in Kenya

A new clinical audit tool has been developed to measure and provide feedback on the.
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How the partnership between KPA and KEMRI-Wellcome birthed the Clinical Information Network

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