Mseleni Hospital is committed to deliver holistic, high quality, comprehensive health care to our community through preventative, promotive, curative and rehabilative levels of primary health care promoting personal development and health of both worker and community member.
This is a bi-monthly letter targeting identified problematic therapeutic issues (brief, simple, practical messages). The process involves a literature review and development of the message by different working groups of the Therapeutics Initiative. A draft of the letter is reviewed by specialists who are expert in the particular therapeutic area and members of the Scientific Information and Education Committee before the letter is disseminated.
A source for evidence-based information about the safety or risk of drugs, chemicals and disease during pregnancy and lactation.
INASP - International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications. INASP-Health is a cooperative network for organizations concerned with improving access to reliable information for health professionals in resource-poor countries.
The Maternal and Neonatal Health (MNH) Program is committed to saving mothers' lives by increasing the timely use of key maternal and neonatal health and nutrition practices. The site includes a number of useful documents and tools.
The World Health Organization (WHO) Weekly Epidemiological Record (WER) serves as an essential instrument for the rapid and accurate dissemination of epidemiological information on cases and outbreaks of diseases under the International Health Regulations and on other communicable diseases of public health importance, including the newly emerging or re-emerging infections
IRIN is a non-commercial venture, but totally dependent on financing from donor governments and/or institutions. Governments, aid workers, disaster specialists, members of the public receive regular reports on a wide array of political, economic and social issues affecting humanitarian efforts. Though essentially serving these groups, IRIN takes an increasingly broad view of what comprises humanitarianism and seeks to cover the full range of humanitarian issues from the abuse of human rights to the environment.
Weekly HIV/AIDS News briefs
SAfAIDS is a regional HIV/AIDS information dissemination service based in Zimbabwe. We exist to promote, inform and support appropriate responses to the epidemic in the fields of HIV prevention, care, support, long-term planning and coping with the impact of AIDS.
Established in January 1992, the AIDS Consortium is a network of over 300 organisations, any community-based, and over 200 individuals. The Consortium provides access to information on any aspect of HIV/AIDS and lobbies for a human rights-based response to the epidemic. The AIDS Consortium Resource Centre has expanded and developed, and continues to be recognised as one of the most comprehensive sources of HIV/AIDS materials and resources in Southern Africa.