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PACASA Dec 13
- Spotlight has published this article related to challenges we face related to prescription. Leave your thoughts in the comments below.
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PACASA Nov 8
WHAT AN INSPIRATIONAL WOMAN 👏 Our of the year 2019! 🙌
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PACASA Oct 16
Even though is over, we thought we’d continue to celebrate our hard working 👏 - , Leanda Grobler who works in the Oncology Unit at the WITS Donald Gordon Medical Centre 🏥 She is…
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Zukisa Tshabalala Oct 11
Shout out to for giving us platform to talk about , especially during . Look forward to a great working relationship
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PACASA Oct 11
We look forward to collaborating with you Honourable MEC 👏
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PACASA Oct 11
Second Year students, Class of 2020 at WITS University in the Department of Family Medicine 👩🏾‍⚕️👨🏾‍⚕️ The future of South African healthcare 🇿🇦 - - -
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Sanele Sano Ngcobo🇿🇦 Oct 2
SA Medical Journal, released it October edition today. Under guest editorial, I wrote about "Clinical Associates in SA", the picture in the cover page is of Clinical Associates Students (2017).
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PACASA Oct 9
Replying to @Nkulule20969773
We have a number of ways of communication with ClinAs on the ground. If you would like to get in touch about something specific, please email pacasamedia@gmail.com
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PACASA Oct 9
, Navesh Moodley at Port Shepstone Hospital working his magic in the paediatric department 🤩👏 - - -
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PACASA Oct 9
and lecturer at WITS University, Aviwe Mgobozi presenting her M.Phil in Health Professions Education 🤩👏 - - -
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PACASA Sep 21
“Supervision needs to be addressed” “Career pathing is blocked” “Engagement needs to happen between & about ClinAs” Some of the issues faced by
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Bulela Vava Sep 21
The President of the College of Medicine. Prof Flavia Senkubuge on challenges related to South African specialist and registrar issues e.g. gate keeping, racism allegations.
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Bulela Vava Sep 21
RSA healthcare is in the hands of egotistical and patriachal men, this is my view at least on the delivery front. I am worried about what this means in light of access to health.
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PACASA Sep 21
, we are at the MDB Stakeholders Engagement. We’ll be keeping you up to date throughout the day 👏
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PACASA Sep 20
Replying to @pacasamedia
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PACASA Sep 20
! The Training course is now online!! Only 23 spots open for FREE for ClinAs - Registration closes today (20/09/2019)! Please send your RSVP to marolieng@foundation.co.za…
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PACASA Sep 18
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PACASA Sep 17
, have you seen this interesting article written by ? We need far more support from our fellow healthcare professionals and educational institutions for better training, to ensure SAFE access to care!
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RHAP Sep 16
A push towards recruiting more mid level workers should be a no brainer in the SA health context. Clin As, for eg, are more affordable, more likely to remain in rural and they perform routine procedures, freeing up time for doctors to perform more complex tasks.
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PACASA Sep 17
Replying to @iandcouper @TC_Africa
We completely agree! We need support from colleagues and educational institutions in order to provide SAFE access to care!
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