TB Program Lead South Africa at The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Dr Zameer Brey, talks about doing more with existing resources to drive efficiency.
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Innovation in cancer treatment and technology is one of the key drivers towards personalised medicine and care.
A specially developed training resource called BBCC will educate medical students on how to appropriately advise patients about lifestyle modification.
Two young scientists working in South Africa have been invited to attend the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (#LiNo17).
mLab Southern Africa is continuing their partnership with the CSIR and the DST through a new initiative called reHealthAfrica.
BGM Pharma has entered into a partnership with the NECSA and UCT to bring about a breakthrough in cancer diagnosis and treatment innovation to market.
An independent ad hoc tribunal will process appeals relating to the Health Ombudsman’s damning report into the deaths of over 100 mental health patients.
Researchers at UCT have made the biggest breakthrough in South African cardiology since Dr Barnard's first heart transplant.
According to Professor Norman Faull the deaths of mentally-ill patients in Gauteng is a “medical Marikana” and an example of the failure of leadership.
The CSIR has teamed up with UCT to establish the Biomedical Translational Research Initiative (BTRI), with the aim to improve cancer survival rates.
Anaesthetist Dr Gary Kantor, Co-founder of Best Care Always, talks about the culture and methods of quality improvement and patient safety.