AISA School Nurses and Medical Staff Institute: Empowering Excellence

This learning event aims to cultivate collaboration, share knowledge, and refine skills among nurses, fostering excellence in patient care within diverse and demanding healthcare environments.
  • Professional Learning Institutes
  • School Nurses and Medical Workers
  • International School of Kenya Campus, Kirawa Road, off Peponi Road, Kitisuru, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Early-bird Rate $350; Normal Rate $380
  • 9:00 am (GMT+03:00) - 3:30 pm (GMT+03:00)
  • 4 July 2024 - 5 July 2024


Participants will immerse themselves in engaging workshops and sessions designed to elevate their skills providing the knowledge necessary to deliver exceptional patient care within International Schools. We will also get to explore best practices in nursing, empowering one to excel in their profession.

As a result of participating at this institute, attendees can expect to:

  • Develop effective communication strategies for interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Acquire practical skills for patient-centred care and holistic well-being

The key topics to be explored are:

  1. Communication and Collaboration
    • Explore effective interdisciplinary collaboration, including working with other departments
    • Enhance interdisciplinary communication
    • Develop strategies for effective teamwork in healthcare settings
  2. Chronic Health Conditions
    • Learn strategies for managing students with chronic health conditions
    • Collaborate with teachers and parents for effective care
  3. Cultural Competence in Healthcare
    • Understand diverse cultural perspectives on health
    • Provide culturally sensitive healthcare in an international setting
  4. Leadership and Professional Development
    • Develop leadership skills tailored for nursing professionals
    • Navigate challenges in healthcare management.

Target Audience: School Nurses and Medical Workers


  • All foreign visitors except for citizens of EAC Partner States need to apply for the Kenya Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA) before travelling to Kenya.
  • eTA applications for Kenya should be submitted at least 3 days before travel to ensure adequate time for authorisation. Travellers can submit their applications up to 3 months before travel.
  • The processing fee is US$ 30, payable online at the time of application.
  • A Yellow Fever Certificate is required when travelling to Kenya.
  • All travellers to Kenya are no longer required to show proof of vaccination status or provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate on arrival. If transiting or departing, you should be aware of entry requirements at your final destination.


Trademark Hotel
The Village Market Mall, off Limuru Rd, Nairobi, Kenya.
+254 730 886 000

Cost per night: US$ 170 (Single Occupancy); US$ 195 (Double Occupancy)
Booking: Send an email to and cc with the booking code 240703INT to enjoy the discounted rates.
Transfers: Time in minutes when driving from airport to hotel: 45 minutes via Nairobi Expressway. Cost of airport transfers if arranged through this hotel: $40 – 100 per way

Bidwood Suites
11 Karuna Road, Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya.
+254 737 555 999 | +254 727 555 999

Cost per night: US$ 130 (Single Occupancy); US$ 150 (Double Occupancy)
Time in minutes when driving from airport to hotel: 35 minutes via Nairobi Expressway
Cost of airport transfers if arranged through this hotel: $40 per way

Registration Fees

CategoryEarly Bird Rate (Before 10/05/2024)Normal Rate (After 10/05/2024)
AISA SchoolsUS$ 350.00US$ 380.00


  • Judy Mbithe
    International School of Kenya
    Health Clinician

    Judy Mbithe is a Health Clinician at the International School of Kenya. holds a Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery, Advanced Diploma in Applied Mental Health Practice as well as a B.Sc. in Health Systems Management. Her commitment to excellence is underscored by a Trainer of Trainers (ToT) certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support from the American Heart Association (AHA) and Policy and Advocacy in Global Health from the University of Washington.

    Judy joined ISK in 2018 from Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital marking her first foray into the unique landscape of school-based healthcare. In her role at ISK, Judy is dedicated to promoting and safeguarding the optimal health and well-being of students and staff. Passionate about working with children, she aspires to collaborate with healthcare professionals in school settings, aiming to build effective school health systems that enhance overall child health and well-being.

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