The South African Health Review is an accredited peer-reviewed journal of critical analysis and commentary by specialists on key issues relating to health systems policy and practice. Containing South African perspectives on health policy developments and their implementation, as well as monitored changes and challenges in the provision of equitable and accessible health care in the country, the Review has gained increasing prestige as an authoritative and comprehensive resource. This repository of the South African Health Review is sorted by the most recently published date. Click on the title field to open the relevant publication.
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