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.
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Researchers at UCT have made the biggsest breakthrough in South African cardiology since Dr Barnard's first heart transplant.
The CSIR has teamed up with UCT to establish the Biomedical Translational Research Initiative (BTRI), with the aim to improve cancer survival rates.
An African-led effort is underway to develop a new genetic chip that promises to bring the benefits of precision genetic medicine to Africans.
Anaesthetist Dr Gary Kantor, Co-founder of Best Care Always, talks about the culture and methods of quality improvement and patient safety.
Novartis ranks third in the 2016 Access to Medicine Index in recognition of its efforts to improve worldwide access to healthcare.
Dr Chris Seebregts discusses the benefits of open source solutions and how they can be leveraged to strengthen health systems.
Head of Acute Care Surgery at GSH and Senior Lecturer in Surgery at UCT, Dr Juan Klopper, explains why eLearning platforms are valuable for med students.
Cape Town-based product development and engineering consulting house, BMEC, has developed an innovative health tech device that can predict concussions.
The WCG and the Bertha Centre have been working to design and pioneer the use of Social Impact Bonds to deliver better health and social outcomes.
The economic impact of the proposed Cape Health Technology Park could be transformational with R1.57 billion contribution to the economy.