Providence Kiptoo


Am a Holder of Master of Public Health and currently pursuing a PHD in Environmental health at the University of Eldoret. Providence currently works as a lecturer at the College of Health Sciences, School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health, a position I have held for the last 5 years. I also double up as the postgraduate Coordinator for Master of Public Health (MPH) and Master of Science in Field Epidemiology programmes (FELTP) based at Moi University Nairobi campus a position I have held for the last two years. Prior to joining the University I worked as a Public Health Officer for 9 years at Moi Teaching and Refferal Hospital. Among the duties are as a lecturer are; Teaching of undergraduate students, Supervision, examination and research. The courses that I teach include; Principles of Environmental Health, Research Methods, Occupational Health, Environmental Impact Assessment and Audit As a coordinator my roles include; maintaining the School of Public Health Nairobi campus quality assurance standards, ensuring smooth running of the academic programs paying attention to the implementation of teaching, examination and students defences. I also liaise with the Head of departments, Graduate School chair and Dean in facilitating appointment of student’s supervisors. Other administrative roles are budgeting, budget implementation and managing of partnerships

Maternal pesticide exposures and birth outcomes among flower farm workers in Kenya-A case control study.