Dr. Juma Fredrick Okoiti

 

Dr.  Juma Fredrick Okoiti

Dr.  Juma  Fredrick Okoiti

Lecturer in Philosophy

Department of Philosophy, History and Religion

Egerton University

P. O. Box 536 Egerton

Mobile: +254720 259 276

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NATIONALITY        :      Kenyan

EDUCATION

Year

Qualification

School/College/University

2014

Ph D in Philosophy

Egerton University

1991-1993

MA in Philosophy

Catholic University of Eastern Africa-Kenya

1983-1986

BA and Diploma in Philosophy

Pontifical Urban University, Rome

1979-1982

KCSE

St.Peter’s Seminary- Mukumu

WORK EXPERIENCE

Year

Title/designation

1995 to date

Lecturer, Egerton University

1994-1995

Assistant Lecturer, Egerton University

1993-2011

Part time lecturer at Consolata Institute of Philosophy, Kisii University and Catholic University, Nairobi.

1987-1994

Insurance Officer, Branton Insurance Brokers, Nairobi.

PUBLICATIONS

1. Juma Fredrick, O., (2014). The Understanding of Different Ethical Codes of Conduct by Healthcare Professionals in Nakuru District Government Hospitals. In International Organization of Scientific Research, (IOSR). Journal of Humanities and Social Science. (IOSR-JHSS), Volume 19, Issue 6, Version7 (Jun.2014), Pp 88-97. e-ISSN: 2279-0837.p-ISSN: 2279-0845.www.iosrjournals.org.

2. Juma Fredrick,O., (2014). The Epistemological Search of African Identity. In International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies (IJHSS).Volume 2, Issue 8, August, 2014. Pp 137-141, (ISSN 2321-9203). www.theijhss.com.

3. Juma F.O., Sindabi A., and Wakube w., (2014). The Application of Ethical Codes of Conduct by Healthcare Professionals in Nakuru District Government Hospitals. In International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies (IJHSS). Volume 2, Issue 12, December, 2014. Pp 1-8, (ISSN 2321-9203). www.theijhss.com.

4. Juma F.O., (2015). The African Philosophical Conflicts and Development. In International Organization of Scientific Research, (IOSR). Journal of Humanities and Social Science. (IOSR-JHSS), Volume 20, Issue 1, Version 111 (Jan. 2015), Pp 1-5. e-ISSN: 2279-0837.p-ISSN: 2279-0845.www.iosrjournals.org.

5. Odock, K. and Juma F.O., (2015). Catholic Social Justice Principles: An African Philosophical Response. In The Journal of Religion (JR). Article id.3517. (To be out in June Issue, 2015).

6. Nyakang’o L.N., Shivairo R.S., Muleke C. I., and Juma F.O., (2015).  A cross sectional Suevey of Soil Transmitted Helminthes in Pre-school Children in Mrani, A rural Settlement. Kenya. In International Institute for Science, Technology and Education Journal. ISSN (Paper 2224-7181) ISSN (Online) 2225-062X.

7. Juma F.O., (2015). The Philosophical and Religious Mitigation of HIV/AIDS in Society.  In International Journal of Humanities and Religion. (Under review).

Educational  Level

Name of the Postgraduate Student Supervised

MA

Mr. James Omboga

MA

Mr. Kang’ethe Gakuna

 

 

 

 

Conferences/Seminars/Workshops attended

Year

Type of conference/seminar/workshop

Venue of conference/seminar/workshop

2015

Familiarization Workshop of the E-Learning Tutors Platform Tutors.

Egerton, ARC Hotel.

2014

Workshop and Writing of E-Learning Modules.

Morendat Hotel, Naivasha.

2013

Workshop  in E-Learning

Egerton University

2012

Workshop in Research Methodology Training for Ph D candidates, RESSESA program, organized by OSSREA

Egerton University

2008

Workshop on ISO 9001-2000

Cmrt, Egerton

2005

Presented a paper to AIDS-ISCA Conference

Egerton University

2004

Presented  a paper to African Academies of Sciences Symposium (AAS)

Inter Continental Hotel, Nairobi

2004

Presented a paper to 3rd UNESCO Philosophy Day Conference

Catholic University (CUEA), Nairobi

1998

Presented a paper to XIV World Conference of World Futures Federation

University of Nairobi, Nairobi

FIELD OF SPECIALISATION (including member of professional body)

2014-Ph D in Ethics, Specializing in Professional Ethics

TOPIC

ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HIV/AIDS PATIENTS IN NAKURU DISTRICT, KENYA

2013 to date     -     Member of OSSREA

2007                 -     Member Egerton University Service Charter 2006-2009.

2007                 -     Member, Code of Conduct and Ethics Committee, Egerton University

2001  to date    -     Recognised by International Biographical Centre, Cambridge England (IBC) as

among the 2000 outstanding intellectuals of the 21st century, 7th Edition

Publication.

1994 to date     -     Teaching Critical thinking, Logic, Ethics and other philosophical subjects at

Egerton University.

1994 to date     -     A member of the International Philosophical Society of Kenya.

1994 to date     -     A member of the Survey Committee formed by UNESCO Chair to initiate

Philosophy from Primary to University level.

ACADEMIC REFEREES

  1. Prof. Solomon Monyenye

Department of Philosophy

University of Nairobi.

Tel no. 0722702072/ 0752489736

  1. Prof. A.M.Sindabi

Department of Psychology, Counselling

And Educational Foundations,

Egerton University.

Tel no.0722749586/0733716272