Conference Presentations

Publication Year: 
2016
Published by: 
Health Systems Trust

The HST Conference 2016 programme included 90 oral and poster presentations from a wide range of presenters in the South African public health policy, research and implementation field. Kindly contact the individual speakers directly for further information about their presentations.

  1. Financing NHI
    Aparna Kollipara
  1. Health financing and NHI in South Africa: why do we need a reform?

    John Ataguba

  1. CCMDD: A vehicle towards universal access to Anti Retrovirals and other chronic medicines in South Africa

    Helecine Zeeman

  1. Empowerment, ownership and role clarification improves Central Chronic Medicine Dispensing and Distribution uptake in OR Tambo district

    Nonceba Languza
     

  2. Centralised Chronic Medicines Dispensing and Distribution (CCMDD) Implementation Made Easy: A case study on use of facility manuals in rolling out CCMDD in Umzinyathi District KZN

    Roma Ramphal
     

  3. Improving access to chronic medication using the Central Chronic Medicine Dispensing and Distribution (CCMDD) delivery model at healthcare facilities in Umzinyathi District

    Sineziwe Mazibuko

  1. Improving Patient Outcomes and Reducing Expenditures through increased compliance with Standard Treatment Guidelines (STGs) for Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs) in Ilembe District, KZN

    Vani Naidoo
     

  2. COMPLIANCE MONITORING ON IMPLEMENTATION OF RATIONALISED REGISTERS IN EASTERN CAPE AND NORTHERN CAPE

    Nomvo Dwadwa-Henda
     

  3. Understanding the meaning of Health Governance and the Role of PHC Facility Governance Structures

    Elise Levendal

  4. An retrospective evaluation of the introduction of pharmacy automation at a large, outpatient HIV treatment clinic in Johannesburg, South Africa

    Naomi Lince-Deroche

  1. Nyaradzo Mandimika

     

  2. Implementation of Integrated Electronic Pharmacy System, Rx Solution R improves pharmaceutical inventory management at healthcare facilities in Umzinyathi district, KwaZulu-Natal

    Sineziwe Mazibuko

  1. Reducing the defaulter rate of clients collecting pre-dispensed chronic medicines at four Primary Healthcare Clinics (PHC) in Ugu District

    Siphokasi Mabaso

  1. Improving Medicines Access and Availability in Vhembe District Primary Health Care Facilities, Limpopo Province-A Quality Improvement project 2013-2015

    Tumelo Mabilo

  1. Improving Medicine Supply Management in ILembe District, KZN

    Vani Naidoo

  1. Ernest van Zyl

  1. Quality Improvement: Facility Manager Capacity Development for Improved Health Outcomes

    Mioara Marcu

  1. HEALTH COUNSELLING – MORE THAN JUST WORDS

    Cornelia Drenth

  1. Primary Health Care facility managers’ competency assessments in South Africa: The refinement of competency assessment tools and approaches

    Rhulane Madale

  1. Wellness for Effective Leadership
    Sarah Davids 

  1. ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS (EMR) IMPROVING OUTREACH SERVICES
    Bhule Phakathi
  1. The policy puzzle: making sense of it all

    Jackie Smith

  1. GOVERNANCE STRUCTURES MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN SERVICE DELIVERY

    MJ Khoza

  1. How to conduct a Bottleneck Analysis

    Nesizwa Mdaka
     

  2. Implementation of Central Chronic Medicine Dispensing and Distribution(CCMDD) and Integrated Clinical Service Management (ICSM) making a difference in PHC facilities and communities at Umzinyathi District

    Nonhlanhla Zipporah Zungu
     

  3. The shift towards 90-90-90: Process to date

    Sibongile Shezi

  1. Yogan Pillay
     

  2. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Healthcare facilities (HCF): The gold standard for health systems (quality of care)?

    Chilufya Chilese
     

  3. The social determinants of health: the struggle continues in policy and practice

    David Sanders
     

  4. Utilization of Antenatal Services in John Taolo Gaetsewe (JTG) District: The Need for Investing in SDH for Improved Maternal and Child Health Outcomes

    Eshetu Worku

  1. Multi-level monitoring and reporting of Sustainable Development Goals

    Perpetual Chikobvu
     

  2. Climate Change: Implications for Health Services in South Africa

    Rajen Naidoo

  1. Evidence-informed pharmaceutical policies – drawing on available systematic reviews

    Andrew Gray

  1. PUBLIC HEALTH SECTOR BALANCED SCORE CARD: A PILOT STUDY

    Benjamin Malakoane

  1. Unthombo Youth Development Foundation

    Gavin Macgregor

  1. DRIVING PERFORMANCE TO ARRIVE AT A LONG AND HEALTHY LIFE FOR ALL SOUTH AFRICANS – THE IDEAL CLINIC PROGRAMME

    Jeanette Hunter

  1. Patients’ care pathways in accessing pre-ART care at Primary Health Care facilities in the City of Johannesburg

    Juliet Nyasulu

  1. Marion Loveday

  1. Natalie Leon

  1. Sustainable Development Goals
    Peter Barron

  1. The profile of a group of young female sex workers in South Africa: Risk factors and uptake of sexual and reproductive health services
    P T Letsoalo
  1. Driving performance in health services

    Prof Laetitia Rispel

  1. Sanjana Bhardwaj

  1. Reviewing the evidence: A synthesis of Health Systems Trust research and activities, 2011–2015

    Tamlyn Seunanden

  1. DRIVING PERFORMANCE IN HEALTH SERVICES THROUGH ACCOUNTABILITY FOR RESULTS

    Thulani Masilela

  1. IMPLEMENTION OF AN ELECTRONIC ART REGISTER: FREE STATE PROVINCE

    Mr. F. Nkomo

  1. Rapid Internal Performance Data Audit (RIPDA)

    Jenni Brown

  1. THE CHALLENGING JOURNEY ENABLING CONNECTIVITY FOR E-HEALTH IN SOUTH AFRICA

    Marieta Liebenberg

  1. “MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE:” eHEALTH IMPLEMENTATION IN THE GERT SIBANDE NHI DISTRICT, MPUMALANGA PROVINCE

    Masingita Zwane

  1. WHO IS GETTING FAT IN SOUTH AFRICA?

    Annibale Cois

  1. Approach to identifying hot spots for NCDs in South Africa

    Candy Day
     

  2. No more mammograms? Cost evaluation of procedures for diagnosis of breast-related conditions at a comprehensive, public facility in Johannesburg, South Africa

    Craig van Rensburg

  1. Assessing the burden of Trauma in KZN Province using routine data

    Elizabeth Lutge

  1. Injury morbidity surveillance at primary healthcare facilities: Lessons learnt from periodic cross-sectional surveys and considerations for future surveillance efforts

    Linda Mureithi

  1. FRAMEWORK AND STRATEGY FOR DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION SERVICES IN SOUTH AFRICA 2015 - 2020

    Melvyn Freeman

  1. The changing landscape of public rehabilitation services-the case of Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital

    Sadna Balton

  1. Implementing Policy: What and How?

    Leanne Brady