The 13th Paediatric-Adolescent-Treatment Africa (PATA) summit, brought together over 200 delegates including 110 frontline health providers from 15 sub-Saharan African countries between 23 and 25 October 2017.
Malnutrition is still persistent in the African region and the number of stunted children has increased.
The ICREID will be Africa-centered focusing on the threats (re-) emerging infectious diseases pose to global health security and ways to mitigate their impact.
This public health journal club podcast takes on some of the latest health studies that have hit the news.
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 purpose of the post is to manage the day-to-day quality control and quality assurance activities across the sites, and to ensure trial procedures are in accordance with the protocol and Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
The role of the Research Nurse is to support the medical care and safety of trial participants, and to perform trial procedures in accordance with the protocol and Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
The purpose of the post is to provide quality medical care to EndTB trial participants, and to conduct trial procedures in accordance with the protocol and Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
Healthcare professionals are invited to attend the Medication Errors Symposium where they’ll be able to engage in an interactive discussion around patient safety, risk management procedures as well as understanding the medico-legal impact of medication errors in South Africa’s healthcare industry.
The 7th World Healthcare Students Symposium is taking place from November 23-27, 2017 in Kigali – Rwanda.
We are pleased to announce that early registration, scholarship application and abstract submission is now open for the 5th SA TB Conference that will be held at the Durban International Convention Centre from 12 – 15 June 2018.
The (senior) researcher will be tasked with conducting rapid syntheses (all tasks from negotiation with the client through to completion of the product).
University researchers take an innovative approach to tackling the transmission of drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) within health facilities in South Africa.
Research Pharmacy Assistant to provide support to endTB trial pharmacist, in accordance SAPC, MCC, GCP, GPP guidelines.
MSF is looking for an experienced Professional Nurse who is an enthusiastic mentor to support the clinic teams as contacts aged 6-18 are screened and managed for active TB in clinics.
Scientist to strengthen and expand the existing E&HRU programme of work on exposure to persistent toxic substances and health in key settings and communities in South Africa/Africa.
Financial support to health care professionals in resource-limited settings from LMIC working in the field of HIV research.
The African Cancer Fellowships are open to individuals working in any area across the cancer continuum.
The folly of a divided, limitless and self-destructive world. This commentary on learning has been written by George Lueddeke PhD, Chair of the One Health Education Task Force.
This article discusses a series of papers published from 2007 based on ground-breaking work on tracing canine rabies in Tanzania, as well as analyses of data from other parts of the world.
The aim of this course is to introduce the participants smoothly into Bayesian statistical methods, from basic concepts to hierarchical models, model building and model testing.
The programme’s ultimate goal is to enable African women researchers to play a leading role in the transition of Africa to a knowledge-based and innovation-led economy.
Some interesting articles relating to the African setting have been published in the latest issue of GJMEDPH.
The conference will take place in the Kigali Convention Centre, Rwanda from October 4th – 6th, 2017. The theme will be Translational Science and Biotechnology advances in Africa.
With the Global Evidence Summit 2017 starting this Wednesday in Cape Town, Charles Wiysonge is interviewed in this month’s WHO Bulletin.
This special issue is dedicated to image-based mHealth as a tool for diagnostic support and treatment advice.
EQUIP is a Project funded by USAID that seeks to implement innovative approaches for accelerating treatment coverage for HIV & TB in Nigeria and surrounding districts.
Access to contraceptives in Africa has not increased at the same pace as elsewhere in the world. Some African nations are investing in family planning services to reduce fertility rates, improve economic development and their population’s health.
The Centre for Health Policy is seeking to appoint a post-doctoral fellow for a 2 year position, to work within the SARChI programme, and 2 or 3 doctoral fellows wishing to do a PhD in health systems and policy research.
The Clinic is particularly appropriate for those in the process of developing new research projects related to infectious disease epidemiology.