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collapse Publication Year : 2017 ‎(26)
HST SAHR 2017 Web Version.pdf
  
2017-10-26 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23HSTHealth Systems Trust
The 20th edition of the SAHR considers the healthcare developments of the past 20 years, explores the current challenges faced by our healthcare system, and reflects on possible issues for South Africa in the years ahead.
2017
Yes2017-08-23South African Health Review
2
Cover and publisher’s information.pdf
  
2017-11-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Health Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
3
Foreword, Table of Contents and Acknowledgements.pdf
  
2017-11-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Health Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
4
0_Editorial from HST SAHR 2017.pdf
  
2017-11-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Ashnie Padarath and Peter BarronHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
4
1_20 Years of the South African Health Review.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Ashnie Padarath; Peter BarronHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
5
2_Health Policy and Legislation.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Andy Gray; Yousuf VawdaHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
6
3_Health spending at a time of low economic growth and fiscal constraint.pdf
  
2017-11-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Mark Blecher; Jonatan Davén; Aparna Kollipara; Yasteel Maharaj; Adri Mansvelder; Ogali GaarekweHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
7
4_Where from and where to for health technology assessment in South Africa.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Nandi Siegfried; Thomas Wilkinson; Karen HofmanHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
8
5_South Africas National Drug Policy_20 years and still going.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Andy Gray; Fatima Suleman; Bada PharasiHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
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6_Development of the health system in the Western Cape_experiences since 1994.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Lucy Gilson; David Pienaar; Leanne Brady; Anthony Hawkridge; Tracey Naledi; Krish Vallabhjee; Helen SchneiderHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
10
7_Breaking new ground_lessons learnt from the development of Stellenbosch Universitys Rural Clinical School.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Susan Van Schalkwyk; Julia Blitz; Ian Couper; Marietjie De Villiersi; Jana MullerHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
11
8_Addressing social determininants of health in South Africa_the journey continues.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Vera Scott; Nikki Schaay; Helen Schneider; David SandersHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
12
9_Towards a migration aware health system in South Africa_a strategic opportunity to address health inequity.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Jo Vearey; Moeketsi Modisenyanei; Jo Hunter-AdamsHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
13
10_South Africas hospital sector_old divisions and new developments.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Shivani Ranchod; Cheryl Adams; Ronelle Burger; Angeliki Carvounes; Kathryn Dreyer; Anja Smith; Jacqui Stewart; Chloé van BiljonHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
14
11_The Ideal Clinic in South Africa_progress and challenges in implementation.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Jeanette R Hunter; Thoovakkunon M Chandran; Shaidah Asmall; Jeanne-Marie Tucker; Ntshengedzeni Margaret Ravhengani; Yvonne MokgalagadiHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
15
12_Pharmacovigilance_a public health priority for South Africa.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Ushma Mehta; Emma Kalk; Andrew Boulle; Portia Nkambule; Joey Gouws;  Helen Rees; Karen CohenHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
16
13_Eliminating mother to child transmission of HIV in South Africa_2002 to 2016_progress_challanges and the Last Mile Plan.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Ameena Goga; Gayle Sherman; Witness Chirinda; Kondwani Ng’oma; Sanjana Bhardwaj; Tanya Doherty; Yogan Pillay; Peter BarronHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
17
14_Twenty years of the female condom programme in South Africa_past_present_andfuture.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Mags Beksinska; Phumla Nkosi; Zonke Mabude; Jenni Smit; Bongiwe Zulu; Lungile Phungula; Ross Greener; Muriel Kubeka; Cecilia Milford; Nalinie Lazarus; Zandile Jali; Joanne E. MantellHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
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15_Drug_resistant tuberculosis in South Africa_history_progress and opportunities.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Helen Cox; Lindy Dickson-Hall; Waasila Jassat; Mosa Moshabela; Karina Kielmann; Alison Grant; Mark Nicol; John Black; Koleka Mlisana; Lieve Vanleeuw; Marian LovedayHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
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16_Advancing the agenda on non_communicable diseases_prevention and management at community level.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Thandi Rose Puoane; Lungiswa Primrose Tsolekile; Bonaventure Amandi Egbujie; Marc Lewy; David SandersHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
20
17_Breast cancer in South Africa_developing an affordable and achievable plan to improve detection and survival.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Naomi Lince-Deroche; Sarah Rayne; Craig van Rensburg; Carol Benn; Sithabiso Masuku; Pearl HoleleHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
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18_Cervical cancer prevention and early detection from a South African perspective.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Lynette Denny; Louise KuhnHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
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19_Safe treatment and treatment of safety_call for a harm_reduction aproach to drug_use disorders in South Africa.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Andrew Scheibe; Shaun Shelly; Anna Versfeld; Simon Howell; Monique MarksHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
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20_Twenty years of IMCI implementation in South Africa_accelerating impact for the next decade.pdf
  
2017-10-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Candice FickHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
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21_Health and Related Indicators.pdf
  
2017-11-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Candy Day; Andy GrayHealth Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
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Abbreviations.pdf
  
2017-11-16 12:00 AMnvision2017-08-23Health Systems Trust
2017
No2017-08-23SAHR Supporting Document
collapse Publication Year : 2016 ‎(1)
SAHR_2016.pdf
  
2017-05-29 12:00 AMAngelique McKenzie2016-01-05Padarath A, King J, Mackie E, Casciola JHealth Systems Trust
The content of the 19th edition of the South African Health Review (2016) is divided into four sections. The first of these is Leadership and Governance.
2016
Yes2016-01-05South African Health Review
collapse Publication Year : 2015 ‎(1)
Complete_SAHR_2014_15.pdf
  
2017-05-29 12:00 AMAngelique McKenzie2015-10-01Padarath A, King J, English RHealth Systems Trust
The South African Health Review (SAHR) is an accredited peer-reviewed journal, published annually, that documents the evolution of South Africa’s post-apartheid health system.
2015
Yes2015-10-01South African Health Review
collapse Publication Year : 2014 ‎(1)
SAHR_2013-14_0.pdf
  
2017-05-29 12:00 AMAngelique McKenzie2014-09-01Padarath A and English R, editors Health Systems Trust
Now an officially accredited peer-reviewed journal that chronicles the development of South Africa’s health system, the South African Health Review offers current, evidence-based insights into the status of integration of policy and implementation in a range of healthcare structures, protocols and processes
2014
Yes2014-09-01South African Health Review
collapse Publication Year : 2013 ‎(1)
SAHR2012_13_lowres_1.pdf
  
2017-05-29 12:00 AMAngelique McKenzie2013-03-01Padarath A and English R, editors Health Systems Trust
The SAHR 2012/13 provides information on selected issues that are relevant to the six building blocks of health systems strengthening, the Negotiated Service Delivery Agreement and primary health care re-engineering.

A range of experts provide commentary on topics such as social determinants of health, non-communicable diseases, climate change and occupational health.
2013
Yes2013-03-01South African Health Review
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