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Severe shortages of health staff in four Southern African countries is the main barrier to expanding HIV/AIDS treatment, according to a Mdecins sans Frontires (MSF) report released on Thursday.
The continuing violence and human rights abuses in Zimbabwe have prompted a strongly worded statement from the South African Medical Association (SAMA) in which it voiced its concern about the situation, saying that it cannot remain silent on such issues.
Hospital is feeling the pinch as nurses continue to leave state hospitals for better pay and working conditions, forcing hospitals to hire nurses from agencies at higher rates.
It is only when we have an Africa where sexuality discourse is not a taboo that we will manage Aids, unsafe abortion, maternal mortality and sexually transmitted infections and prevent future catastrophes. Dr Uwemedimo Esiet spoke to Jane Godia on the way forward for Africa.
All Rural Health Workers, including professional nurses, doctors and other professionals, are cordially invited to attend the 10th Annual RuDASA Conference on Rural Health, which takes place in Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal this year. The conference is an opportunity to network with other rural practitioners, and to gain new knowledge and perspectives in order to overcome some of the isolation of rural practice.
Venue: Canefields Country House Empangeni , KwaZulu-Natal
Vacant posts at hospitals in Mpumalanga have impacted on the province's ability to provide health care, the province's health department said on Thursday.