Name: Pamela Kimeto Ting’ei
Designation: Dean School of Medicine & Health Sciences /Senior Lecturer
School: Medicine and Health Sciences
Email: p_kimeto@kabarak. ac.ke
Postal Address: P.O. BOX Private Bag Kabarak, 20157
|2016||Ph.D., in Nursing||University of Virginia|
|2007||Masters of Science in Pediatric Nursing||The University of Nairobi|
|2001||Bachelors of Science in Nursing||University of Eastern Africa, Baraton|
|2016 to Date||Senior Lecturer– Kabarak University|
|2012-2016||Graduate Teaching Assistant, Single Course Instructor-University of Virginia|
|2008-2011||Assistant lecturer/Lecturer- University of Eastern Africa, Baraton|
|2003-2007||Clinical Instructor-University of Eastern Africa, Baraton|
|Year||Name of project|
· Working with surrogate mothers to determine their experience during pregnancy, at birth and after birth.
· Working with pregnant mother who are at risk for developing preeclampsia. With the aid of continuous blood monitoring detect the onset early and institute appropriate measures.
·Validating an intimate partner violence assessment tool in local setting
- Kimeto P. (2019) Intimate Partner Violence and Maternal factors that Influence Early Child Growth. Kenyan Journal of Nursing & Midwifery, 4:1, 30-41.
- Marera, D.O., Kimeto, P. and Makanga, J.O. (2017). Age Estimation using Chronological Changes in the Epiphyseal Ends of the Clavicle. Mara Research Journal of Medicine & Health Sciences. Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 10 – 17.
- Lopez, E. M., Bilchick, K., Bergin, J., Tallaj, J., Kennedy, J., Abuannadi, M., Kimeto, P., Mazimba, S. (2016). Association of changes in hemodynamic indices of contractile function with clinical outcomes during treatment of acute decompensated heart failure. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 67(13S), 1277-1277
- Bhandari, S., Bullock, L., Richardson, J., Kimeto, P., Campbell, J., & Sharps P. (2014). Comparison of abuse experiences of rural and urban African American women during perinatal period. Journal of Interpersonal violence.
Research interests include maternal and child health, ethical issues surrounding women and children and health policy.