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The South African Health Review's Emerging Public Health Practitioner Award (EPHPA)
       


​The South African Health Review's Emerging Public Health Practitioner Award (EPHPA) is open to young public health practitioners or student researchers in the fields of health sciences, medicine or public health who are currently studying for their Masters or Honours degree, or are in the final year of their Bachelor's degree.

Individuals seeking to publish a paper dealing with any of the following issues are encouraged to apply:

  • ​​Human resources for health (e.g. community health workers, production an​d distribution of healthcare workers, planning and forecasting, task-shifting, etc.).

  • Responses to the prevention and management of non-communicable diseases.

  • Progress and challenges towards implementing universal health coverage.​

​The South African Health Review's Emerging Public Health Practitioner Award is offered to South African citizens or permanent residents who are under the age of 35 on
3 August 2018


The applicant must be the SOLE author of the paper. Any other contributions may only be recognised as acknowledgements.

To apply, please submit your complete chapter along with a copy of your South African ID and EPHPA Entry form (see below) to sahr@hst.org.za no later than 3 August 2018. 

The manuscript must not exceed 5000 words.

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