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research_cap.pdf
  
2019-04-30 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-11-01Health Systems TrustYes
The South African Health Research Policy (2001) stresses the importance of coordinating health research activities.
Health Systems TrustStrengthening Research Capacity In South Africa: An Audit of Provincial Health Research Committees
chws_surveillance.pdf
  
2019-04-30 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-10-01Health Systems TrustYes
The emergence of Human Immune Virus (HIV) infections
in South Africa accompanied by an upsurge in the number of reported tuberculosis (TB) cases has profoundly altered the
nation’s disease profi le over the last fifteen years.
Health Systems TrustTowards a generic surveillance system to measure the impact of Community Health Worker programmes in South Africa: a comparison of paper-based and mobile/cell phone methods
refugeesperceptions.pdf
  
2019-04-30 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-11-01Health Systems TrustYes
There is anecdotal evidence from refugees that health care services in South Africa are not responsive to their perceived needs.
Teke ApalataRefugees’ Perceptions of their Health Status & Quality of Health Care Services in Durban, South Africa: A Community-Based Survey
PBHIVinfantfeeding.pdf
  
2019-04-30 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-06-01Health Systems TrustYes
Recommendations for improving child survival in South Africa and reducing postnatal transmission of HIV
Health Systems TrustHIV and Infant Feeding: Summary of Findings from the Good Start Study
PHC Facility Infrastructure A Situation Analysis of Data Available.pdf
  
2019-03-19 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-09-01Health Systems TrustYes
Planning for public health cannot take place without a foundation of reliable and valid data.
Elizabeth Lutge, Thokozani MbathaPHC Facility Infrastructure: A Situation Analysis of Data Available
chws_bestpractice.pdf
  
2019-03-19 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-09-01Health Systems TrustYes
Community Health Workers (CHWs) or Community Care Workers (CCWs) are community-selected lay persons providing a community-based health service for which they have been trained
Irwin Friedman, Mankuba Ramalepe, Frayne Matjuis, et alMoving Towards Best Practice: Documenting and Learning from Existing Community Health/Care Worker Programmes
Moving towards best practice.PNG
  
2019-03-19 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
No
VOLUME THREE.pdf
  
2019-03-19 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-11-01Health Systems TrustYes
The purpose of the study was to audit EPWP type of work opportunities in the social sectors (Health, Education, Welfare) and to carry out an institutional needs analysis of the social departments regards mainstreaming of the EPWP.
Dr Irwin FriedmanLearning to Work Together: Lessons from All Spheres
Key District Health Indicators in Primary Health Care Volume 1.pdf
  
2019-03-19 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-04-01Health Systems TrustYes
There are currently a large number of indicators being
collected and used in the health system. Some of these
are based on surveys carried out in selected public health
facilities such as the annual antenatal HIV prevalence survey.
Peter Barron, Fiorenza MonticelliKey District Health Indicators in Primary Health Care Volume 1
Key Findings from an Evaluation of the mothers2mothers Program in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.pdf
  
2019-03-19 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-06-01Health Systems TrustYes
mothers2mothers (m2m) is a peer support program that aims to provide education and psychosocial support to HIV-positive pregnant women and new mothers, help women access existing health care services to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT)
Carolyn Baek, Vuyiswa Mathambo, Sibongile Mkhize, Irwin Friedman et alKey Findings from an Evaluation of the mothers2mothers Program in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
HST HIV TB A4 Toolkit Web 11 02 2019_RH6Mar2019_includes citation page.pdf
  
2019-03-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2018-11-01Health Systems TrustYes
This Toolkit has been compiled to support health managers and partners in providing on-site, supportive supervision to facility staff by standardising and focusing supervision practices, thereby increasing effciencies in the priority programmes.
Health Systems TrustHIV and TB Supportive Supervision Toolkit
ntcp.pdf
  
2019-02-22 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-11-01Health Systems TrustYes
The purpose of this study was to identify and understand the health system constraints to providing effective
care to patients with tuberculosis (TB) in a combined regional/district hospital..
Marian Loveday, Liz Thomson, Zimisele Ndlela and Lilian DudleyThe implementation of the National Tuberculosis Control Programme (NTCP) at a regional/district hospital and three of its feeder clinics: a case study
HIV_Aids_christianity.pdf
  
2019-02-22 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-05-02Health Systems TrustYes
HIV is one of the most obscure viruses that humankind has had to face in recent times. Compounding this obscurity are often contesting perspectives on what it means to be HIV infected
K Hlongwana, S MkhizeHIV/AIDS through the lens of Christianity: Perspectives from a South African urban support group
Health Care Waste Management in Public Clinics in the Ilembe District A Situational Analysis and Intervention Strategy.pdf
  
2019-02-22 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-11-01Health Systems TrustYes
Health care waste management in public clinics in the iLembe District: a Situational Analysis
Sibusiso Derrick GabelaHealth Care Waste Management in Public Clinics in the Ilembe District: A Situational Analysis and Intervention Strategy
Cost and Benefit Models Broadening the EPWP.pdf
  
2019-02-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-11-01Health Systems TrustYes
The aim of this report is to explore a range of possible work opportunities as suggested by the EPWP and consider how many jobs could be created and at what cost.
Dr Irwin FriedmanCost and Benefit Models Broadening the EPWP
Community Public Works Lessons from the Literature.pdf
  
2019-02-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-11-01Health Systems TrustYes
The first section summarises some of the aspects of community based public works.
The second section provides a review and rationale for expanding public works programmes.
Dr Irwin FriedmanCommunity Public Works: Lessons from the Literature
Career Choices in Relation to Nursing - A Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study Investigating.pdf
  
2019-02-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-11-01Health Systems TrustYes
The nurse is the single most important frontline health worker. Without nurses the clinics, community health centres and hospitals cannot function.
Sibongile Mkhize, Siyabonga NzimandCareer Choices in Relation to Nursing: A Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study Investigating
Barriers to Women’s Rights in Implementation of.pdf
  
2019-02-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2007-09-01Health Systems TrustYes
On 31 October, 1996 South Africa passed one of the most progressive termination of pregnancy laws in the world. The Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act 92 of 1996 (CTOP Act) is based on principles of social justice.
Jaine RobertsBarriers to Women’s Rights in Implementation of The Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act (CTOPA) in KwaZulu-Natal
Utilisation Survey on the District Health Barometer.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2008-02-15Health Systems TrustYes
A survey was conducted during October and November 2007 to assess the use of two of HST’s annual publications and the HST website amongst the intended users.
Fiorenza MonticelliUtilisation Survey on the District Health Barometer
UNGASS Report on Sexual and Reproductive Health Indicators.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2008-01-01Health Systems TrustYes
This report is part of a bigger international effort through which NGOs from sixteen countries have collected strategic data on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights based on the goals in the 2001 UNGASS Declaration
MOSAIC and Health Systems TrustUNGASS Report on Sexual and Reproductive Health Indicators
Task Shifting considering legal and regulatory barriers.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2008-03-17Health Systems TrustYes
One of the key focal areas of the Treatment Monitor within the Health Systems Trust (HST) has been the management of human resources within the health sector.
Marion StevensTask Shifting: considering legal and regulatory barriers
The Status of Clinic Committees in Primary Level Public Health Sector Facilities in South Africa.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2008-12-01Health Systems TrustYes
Community participation is widely accepted as a desirable feature of any health system and is considered to be an important aspect of developing and fostering effective governance at various
levels of the health system.
Ashnie PadarathThe Status of Clinic Committees in Primary Level Public Health Sector Facilities in South Africa
Fifteen Year Review of Income Poverty Alleviation Programmes in the Social and Related Sectors.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2008-04-01Health Systems TrustYes
The Policy and Advisory Services unit in the Presidency requested the Health Systems Trust to conduct a rapid fifteen year review of Government income poverty alleviation interventions
Irwin FreidmanFifteen Year Review of Income Poverty Alleviation Programmes in the Social and Related Sectors
Guide to Measuring Client Satisfaction.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2009-04-01Health Systems TrustYes
A collaborative project between the National Department of Health and the Initiative for Sub-district Support, as part Health Systems Trust
Health Systems TrustGuide to Measuring Client Satisfaction
District Management Study A National Summary Report.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2008-09-01Health Systems TrustYes
A review of structures, competencies and training interventions to strengthen district management in the national health system of
South Africa
Ross HaynesDistrict Management Study - A National Summary Report
Client Satisfaction Survey Report as conducted in Gauteng Public Hospitals September 2007 – April 2008.PNG
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2008-04-01Health Systems TrustYes
The Quality Assurance directorate of the Gauteng Department of Health requested the assistance of the Health Systems Trust to support the implementation of standardised client satisfaction surveys in all their hospitals.
Ronelle NiitClient Satisfaction Survey Report as conducted in Gauteng Public Hospitals: September 2007 – April 2008
They hide things like that from us. The Hidden Epidemic Amongst Former Miners.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2009-06-01Health Systems TrustYes
The aim of the research was to assess current and historical surveillance of the pneumoconioses in former miners, in particular silicosis, silico-tuberculosis, and tuberculosis
Janie RobertsThey hide things like that from us. The Hidden Epidemic Amongst Former Miners
Developing HIVAIDS Treatment Guidelines for Women of Productive age.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2009-03-01Marion StevensNo
In South Africa, the issues surrounding HIV/AIDS have
long been contested and are, in themselves, complex.
Marion StevensDeveloping HIV/AIDS Treatment Guidelines for Women of Productive age
Cervical Cancer and HIV The intimate connection.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2009-03-01Health Systems TrustNo
Since 1997, over 33 000 women have died of cervical cancer in South Africa. This translates into roughly 3 000 per year.
In addition, approximately 7000 women develop the disease every year.
Nombulelo Bomela & Marion StevensCervical Cancer and HIV: The intimate connection
District Hospital Performance Assessment Report_Eastern Cape Province_Part 1.pdf
  
2018-11-06 12:00 AMLucy Wileman
2011-01-01Health Systems TrustYes
Health system strengthening is a key objective in both the Negotiated Service Delivery Agreement and the Re-engineered Primary Health Care approach.
Sizulu MoyoDistrict Hospital Performance Assessment Report_Eastern Cape Province_Part 1
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