The conference will take place at the Ridgeway Hotel, Randburg-Johannesburg. Importance of integrating of E -health into South Africas public healthcare system.
South Africa has been selected by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to participate in a ground-breaking household Study on Global Ageing and Adult Health (SAGE), the first of its kind to be conducted in this country.
CROI: Sexually transmitted infections significantly increase risk of drug-resistant HIV transmission
A study of people newly diagnosed with HIV in the United Kingdom has found that sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are strongly associated with the transmission of antiretroviral-resistant HIV.
500 million people could still be without adequate sanitation by 2015
In the context of extensive local and international comment on the contentious issue of detention of patients with XDR-TB in South Africa, the South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) wishes to state that:
Monitoring the Millennium Development Goals in southern Africa - Assessing evidence, capacity and partnerships
The Southern African Regional Poverty Network(SARPN) and the Open Society Institute of Southern Africa will be hosting a two day southern Africa regional workshop at the Sunnyside Park Hotel, Johannesburg , South Africa.
Addis Ababa, 20 November 2006 -- The first report to focus on the health of the people living in the 46 countries of WHO African Region was launched Monday in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Simultaneous launches of the report, titled The Health of the People: The African Regional Health Report, were held at press conferences in London and WHO Headquarters in Geneva.
UNICEF report says progress made, but more needed to prevent the deaths of more than 1.5 million children under five each year
The African Ministers of Health have adopted the African Union Plan of Action for universal access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services in Africa by 2015.
Speech by the Minister of Health - Saving Mothers Report on Confidential Enquiries into Maternal Deaths in
It gives me a great pleasure to address you this morning as we discuss the critical issue of the health of mothers in our country. This is one of the groundbreaking work that we have been involved in as country. I do not know of any other developing country that do not only record maternal deaths, but goes on to investigate the causes with the aim of preventing these unfortunate incidents.