The New Master’s aims at training the next generation of health systems researchers and managers in Africa.
We need new point of care diagnostic tests for tuberculosis, be able to accurately distinguish between TB infection and TB disease and have tests which accurately predict cure.
Many people worldwide who fall ill with Tuberculosis have no access to quality care, hence increasing efforts to close this enormous gap will be crucial in the forthcoming years to effectively reduce TB incidence and mortality worldwide.
The publication writing course will be run in Stellenbosch, South Africa from the morning of Tuesday 4th September 2018 to lunchtime on Friday 7th September 2018.
Build your skills in Pharmaceutical Policy and Management and Medicines Supply Chain Management at the University of the Western Cape Winter School.
Magnetism and light have been combined in a test that can diagnose malaria in under two minutes without the need to take blood.
The main aim of the MyTherapy app is to promote adherence by consistently reminding users to take their medication until they have done so.
The EVIDENCE conferences are the biggest platform for evidence-informed decision making enthusiasts across Africa creating invaluable networks and partnerships.
We are looking for a an experienced scientist and invite applications for a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Cochrane South Africa.
The next step for how science can boost healthcare in Africa is ‘implementation science’ — working out how best to apply research findings and provide services.
Why the world is just waking up to the power of immunisations to tackle cholera and how we’re learning more with every rainy season.
Key responsibilities will include the education and clinical training of BPharm and postgraduate students in the School of Pharmacy and in clinical settings.
Applicants for the research fellow position must be Africans residing on the African continent who do not possess citizenship or permanent residence status in South Africa.
This course is for anyone who wants to know more about epidemiology and its related job prospects.
Join MEASURE Evaluation on February 22 at 9am EST for a one-hour webinar on a new short course on qualitative evaluation methods for professionals in developing countries.
A recent study showed that obesity levels increased statistically significant in 17 countries over a 25 year period.
Health Committees are potentially critical vehicles for community voice in health systems. Capacity building materials for Health Committee training are now available.
The District Health Barometer seeks to highlight, health system performance, inequities in health outcomes, and health resource allocation and delivery.
Premature – and potentially avoidable – death from cancer is costing tens of billions of dollars in lost productivity in a group of key developing economies.
The 8 to 12-week research internship involves working on a research project under the mentorship of AHRI Faculty.
The successful candidate will participate in academic coordination and teaching for the undergraduate programme in the WSPH.
Through travel grants of up to a maximum of $2 000, Connect Africa Scholarships are for early career scientists and students in Africa who are pursuing opportunities for research development.
The WCTOH is a call for a collective resolution to fight tobacco by working together and integrating tobacco control into our health and development goals.
This bold new forum has been specifically designed to address the unique challenges faced by the health care community living and working in Africa.
The monthly hour-long Webinars will have authors of the textbook commissioned by the American Medical Association presenting ideas briefly with an African sharing ideas from an African perspective and experience.
For the upcoming deadline there are OKP scholarships available for KIT’s MPH programme and a number of summer courses.
The final results of a 4-year project to analyse the challenges and opportunities for health in sub-Saharan Africa are now published as a Lancet Commission—The Path to Longer and Healthier Lives for All Africans by 2030—led by African physicians, health scientists, and policy makers.
The year 2018 will mark the 100th anniversary of the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic. There was no digital communication then to disrupt – or aid – the outbreak response, but there were also far fewer health technologies available, while rapid spread of the virus by plane travel was very limited. In 2018, when we face the next major infectious disease outbreak, it will be a test of how well we use – or abuse – the technologies and knowledge we’ve gained since 1918.
To participate in teaching, supervision and research activities within the Division of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and the School of Public Health & Family Medicine at the University of Cape Town.
The editorial team of the 2018 SAHR is currently seeking abstracts that give consideration to advances made in the health system over the past 21 years, and reflect on areas of improvement for the future.