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Tabassum Sep 5
There is enough technology going around. Unfortunately it is the phc nurse that is burdened with it.
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Health-e News Oct 1
How do we rebuild South Africa's public health sector? Here are some insightful reflections from by .
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CHESAI Sep 30
What was all about this year? Check out this great reflection by ⁦⁩! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Kentse Radebe Sep 18
fellow sis Dudu challenging delagates about gathering at conferences like this just to have conversation & the lack of action with reference to driving change. We should be organised & responding to ground level issues
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TEKANO - HESA Sep 15
Senior Fellow Lance Louskieter addresses attendees at the preconference. Well done Azanians (Cohort 1 Fellows) for organizing this nb event
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Bhekisisa Sep 18
What does ’s past experience as a doctor and politician tell us about his ability to implement the ? Find out via .
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Moeketsi Modisenyane Nov 22
From to conversations around the right to health for all SA citizens continue!
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Antony K. Chiromba Sep 5
CT: SA has the opportunity to learn from countries that are managing the effects of a larger tobacco use burden. In addition, this o affords the SA public health system to pilot high impact low cost interventions & technologies to address effects of tobacco use.....
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Laura Lopez Gonzalez Sep 16
Have your say. The Portfolio Committee on Health is calling for written submission on the . Find out more and how to take part in an exciting new project to make your opinion heard.
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zandile gumede Sep 17
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Skye Grove Sep 5
Replying to @PaulAndile2
Cannot agree more. Extremely difficult for innovative SMEs to partner w/ bigger players in healthcare - public or private. Models of public-private partnerships like condom distribution in Eswatini through SME incubation shine as an example. Yet to see this in SA.
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leanne brady Sep 30
Earlier this month we had a national Public Health meeting in Athlone — this is a great piece sharing what was all about! Check it out here:
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Amanda Fononda Sep 16
the only way to ensure that no one is left behind is to begin by reaching those most marginalized first. Address the inequities. Maybe we need to stop expecting a high level response, instead focus on listening to what communities want.
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Skye Grove Sep 5
Thank you . Always good to engage and make new connections with people who are passionate about healthcare.
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PHASA Sep 17
Well deserved. Your efforts are noted.
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World Federation of Public Health Associations Sep 16
The Annual Conference for the Public Health Association of South Africa starts today! We look forward to hearing more, as they reflect on the intersections between democracy and health, and the progressive realisation of health care in South Africa.
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Pontsho Pilane Sep 17
I woke up at 3am to catch my flight the panel. I met incredible, smart and all-round amazing women.
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Trevor Sep 5
T2: We need to look at the unintended consequences of legislation
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PublicHealthPharmacy Sep 19
As we reflect on , understanding and building trust with our patients is important in improving vaccine confidence
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PublicHealthPharmacy Sep 18
Kesentseng Mahlaba presenting on the Knowledge and Practice of unwanted, expired and unused medicines at
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