Beatrice Nkirote Muthuri Nkoroi

Beatrice Nkirote Muthuri Nkoroi

Academic Qualifications

  1. Masters of Science Infectious Diseases
  2. Bachelor of Science, Nursing


3rd August 2015: Topic: Students’ perspectives on clinical placement experience: a report from three health facilities: Midwives 20th annual scientific conference- Reef beach hotel, Mombasa: 12th -14th August 2015

31st July 2015: Topic; Bacterial flora as determinants of ventilator associated pneumonia in intubated patients in an intensive care unit.The case of the Aga Khan University Hospital Nairobi:AKUSONAM  alumni conference :Serena hotel :Kampala, Uganda :28TH to 31st July 2015

19th December 2014: Research presentation on Bacterial Pathogens of Ventilator Associated Pneumonia in a Tertiary Referral Hospital in Nairobi”. At Kenyatta University post graduate student conference

2006:   Presented a paper on support groups in the cancer continuum at the Kenya

Society for Oncology and hematologists annual scientific conference at Panafric hotel, Nairobi

Awards/ Recognitions:

2006:  Best overall student from the BSc, Nursing programme

1994:  Awarded a “BIDII” awarded by the Aga Khan University Hospital for outstanding efficiency    and competence in clinical care

1989:  Best overall student. Cecily Macdonel School of nursing, the Nairobi hospital

Community Service

2015 to date –Board member of Kairaa Secondary School, Meru County

8th March 2015-Run 21 KMs (half marathon) in the First lady’s beyond zero  marathon to create awareness and resources for prevention of maternal and neonatal morbidity and  mortality

18th September 2013: Run 21KMs (half marathon) to support efforts towards water conservation and protection of the Ndakaini water catchment areas

2002-2006: Cancer awareness campaigns in conjunction with Nakumatt supermarkets

2002-2004: Medical camps in Githogoro slums, Runda, in conjunction with Rotary International


Areas of Interest

  1. Communicable and infectious diseases research
  2. Community health based research
  3. Hospital acquired infections