The number of student doctors eligible for Internship in 2018 now exceeds the available pool of funded posts in the country.
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Researchers at ETH Zurich in Switzerland have developed a wearable, called AMBICA, which can indicate a child’s level of dehydration.
The incidence and prevalence of stroke victims is increasing and remains the third leading cause of death in the Western Cape.
The third and final WC DoH Public Private Health Forum of the year focused on leveraging ICT as an enabler for communications in the healthcare setting.
The Lean Healthcare Summit stayed true to its theme of empowering healthcare professionals through continuous improvement.
The Western Cape Minister of Health has cautioned communities to be more attuned and sensitive to the mental wellbeing of young people.
The NDoH is sending a group of key decision-makers to the Lean Healthcare Summit to determine how the lean approach can support the achievement of NHI.
There have been reported diphtheria cases in a community in the Eastern sub-district of the Cape Town Metropolitan District.
Dr Stephan Fourie and Dr Heather Tuffin talk about the Western Cape DoH’s CHI initiative and the use of lean to positively impact patient care.
The CEO at Profmed explains why the key to a sustainable and free healthcare system in South Africa lies with an efficient public health sector.
The Cure Day Clinics Group is entering all its hospitals in the quality improvement and accreditation programme of COHSASA.