Fredrick Ouma Ogot
Registered Nurse with strong experience in delivering quality care to patients. Professional with more than nineteen (19) years of practice in Clinical Research Trials, Emergency Room, Triage, and Pre Hospital and Bedside Nursing Care.
Strong knowledge of Medicine, Pharmacology, and standards of care in the hospital or private practice setting.
Caring and reliable person with a reputation for building a great rapport between medical providers and patients.
Committed to making patients more informed and comfortable during their care.
Dedicated patient advocate, which has me putting the needs and care of the patient above everything else. Strong oral and written communication skills, since much of this job requires speaking to patients kindly and discussing care with other medical staff.
Expert multitasker and highly organized, which makes it easier for me to manage several patients on my caseload at once.
Respected team player throughout my career, equipping me with the right mindset to want to offer anything I can to help improve patient outcomes.
Excellent sense of integrity and honesty when dealing with sensitive subjects and situations related to patients.
KEMRI- Wellcome Trust (Kilifi) May 2014 – Present
Caring for the critically ill pediatric patients in HDU.
Collaborate with physicians, case managers, families, and other staff members when developing a plan for care and treatment during the hospital stay.
Work as a supervisor for the floor, and help train new nursing staffs and the students who are completing their internship duties.
Performing frequent clinical observations (temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiration and oxygen saturation.
Recorded information about patients as they recovered from illness in the hospital, such as diet, physical activity, milestones, and more
Advices and informs caregivers on their children’s illnesses, participation in the studies, progress and treatments.
Adheres to standard operating procedures (SOPs) to ensure conformance of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and procedural guidelines and regulations.
Kenya Red Cross Society May 2011 – May 2014
Working in an ambulance at the Kenya Red Cross, EMS in Nairobi and Daadab refugee camp.
• Transport the ill and injured to institutions of Medical Care by Ambulance.
• Provide and direct fast, efficient Advanced Life Support to the ill and injured
• Understand and anticipate potentially life-threatening squeal of cardiac and non-cardiac emergencies and institutes appropriate emergency therapy.
• Deal with medical and emotional needs of any victim of acute illness or injury.
• File standardized reports of patient information and care for the use of receiving hospital and administration.
• Constantly assess patient en route to emergency facility, administer additional care as indicated
Research Nurse/Lead Nurse
KEMRI- Walter Reed Project (Kisumu) March 2000–April 2011
Team leader in a Clinical Research
Management of a Clinical Study on implementation.
Briefing and consenting volunteers into the study
Proficient with phlebotomy techniques
Administration of study drugs/vaccines to the study volunteers
Quality Assurance Officer
Kenya Medical Training College- Kisumu March 2007- March 2009
Diploma in Nursing
Kendu Adventist School of Medical Sciences August 1997- March 2000
Certificate in Nursing
Driving and Riding Skills August 2007
Language: Fluent English, Fluent Swahili
2018 Advance Cardiac Life Support (Kenya Red Cross)
2018 Advanced Trauma Life Support (Kenya Red Cross)
2018 Basic Life Support (MEDS)
2017 Good Clinical Practice (On Line)
2017 Basic Life Support (MEDS)
2017 Human Subject Protection (On Line)
2014 Good Clinical Practice (KEMRI Walter Reed Project)
2013 Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission, (NASCOP/University of Nairobi)
2013 Advance Cardiac Life Support (Kenya Red Cross)
2013 Advanced Trauma Life Support (Kenya Red Cross)
2011 Adult HIV/AIDS and ART Management (NASCOP)
2010 Pediatric HIV/AIDS and ART Management (NASCOP)
2008 Pediatric Advance Life Support (Resuscitation Council of Kenya/Gertrude’s Children Hospital)
2006 Basic Life Support, (KEMRI Walter Reed Project/SHARE)
2006 Human Participant Protection Education for Research Teams (on line)
2005 Good Clinical Practice (KEMRI Walter reed Project-USAMRU/K)
2005 Role of ART in Managing H.I.V/AIDS at workplace
KEMRI University of Washington
Siaya GK Prison