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TEKANO - HESA
Working for an SA becoming a more equitable society with improved health status across all population groups by fostering dynamic, visionary value-based leaders
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Shehnaz Munshi 18h
Body mapping and community mapping are technique Id love to try because they offer new ways to understanding and knowledge generation
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Shehnaz Munshi 14h
Not such an easy exercise! Reminds me of fellow attempt to define advocacy. Words matter. Framing, process matter
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Shehnaz Munshi 14h
Proud moment for wits school of public health
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COPASAH Oct 19
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Coceka Mfundisi Oct 18
The person on my right is Viwe Dalingozi. She is my late secretary who met her death at the hands of her boyfriend who set her alight. I have an aversion to two things in medicine: burns and maggots. I had to see Viwe as she fought for her life in hospital.
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Dave Vescio Oct 18
I saw a guy at Starbucks today. No iPhone. No tablet. No laptop. He just sat there. Drinking coffee. Like a Psychopath.
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voice4cruz Oct 17
our concern is the lack of knowledge around autism in SA. How will autistic needs be included when the spectrum is so big? Who's prepared to talk to parents & autistic individuals to get a true understanding?
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PSAM Oct 16
Our Roundtable with and the of ended with some constructive proposals for collaboratively enhancing and in the province. Thank you to all participants for an excellent day!
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yogan pillay Oct 17
Some progress - but 3m still not reached. South Africa must contribute its portion
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Ifeanyi Nsofor Oct 16
Great news Kenya has introduced HPV Vaccine to routine vaccination schedule. Too many women die from cervical cancer. In this opinion piece via , I explain how to stop these deaths.
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Seye Abimbola Oct 17
Ultimately, we will have to completely rethink the way academic publishing works in global health — this situation in which the tail (publishing norms) is wagging the dog (the use and transmission of valuable local knowledge) is way too far from ideal.
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Health-e News Oct 17
Mothers experience stigma and bullying because of their HIV status, and that of their children written on their health cards.
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inayat kakar Oct 16
Sara Van Belle: "Our concept of knowledge and evidence generation is deeply colonised. Role of researchers is as convenors, connectors, enablers and facilitators. Knowledge generation should be dialogical."
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Bloyta1 Oct 17
We are here today at the plannery meeting for World AIDS day 2019 to be held in the North West Province as the Civil Society Forum Youth Sector.
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Ophir Keret Oct 17
Happy to share this Scientific American web coverage of our research into epilepsy and the risk for dementia. שמח לשתף בסיקור של המחקר שלנו בעיתון המדע המפורסם Scientific American אודות הסיכון לדמנציה במבוגרים המפתחים אפילפסיה בגיל העמידה:
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voice4cruz Oct 16
Include training for staff with better knowledge enabling them to assist autistic individuals in need
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PHM Oct 15
Visit the PHM stall at symposium to grab some booklets, laptop stickers and posters.
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voice4cruz Oct 15
Please include inclusion as a topic. we cannot leave our people behind. needs are real and needs to be addressed. Hear the silent voices
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Justin Sandefur Oct 14
Anybody else remember hearing stories from the late ‘00s about how many of the MIT PhD students didn’t want to take Duflo’s courses because she wasn’t a serious economist? Not enough math, yadda yadda. Perhaps apocryphal. In any case... Lol.
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