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Mobile Health (mHealth) Technologies for HIV/AIDS Implementation

June 13, 2017 in Events, Public health news, Uncategorized

Date: August 21 – September 01, 2017. Time: 08h30-17h00 Each Day About the Course This course aims to present a broad range of perspectives on mHealth and impact on the future of HIV/AIDS implementation research. Through case studies, multimedia tutorials, interactive exercises, and live demonstrations of tools, participants will explore delivery mechanisms, such as interactive […]

JuPHASA EXECUTIVE NOMINATIONS: TERM OF OFFICE 2016 – 2018

August 8, 2016 in Events, PHASA news, Uncategorized

JuPHASA members are invited to nominate members for the JuPHASA Executive Committee for the term of 2016 to 2018.  Please note the following: The nominee and nominators must be JuPHASA members. Nominees may not nominate themselves. The following items must be submitted together with the nomination form for publication on the PHASA website in the […]

2016 PHILA Awards

June 2, 2016 in Uncategorized

The PHILA Award is an award from the Public Health Association of South Africa (PHASA) that honours excellence and commitment to public health. PHILA is an acronym for Public Health Innovation and Lifetime Achievement and also plays on the isiZulu word “phila” meaning life. These awards are given to individuals in recognition of a specific […]

Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs)

February 3, 2016 in Public health news, Uncategorized

Benefits of using MPTs are extensive.

Clinical Project Manager, Maternal and Child Health Project

September 19, 2014 in Uncategorized

Responsible for i.e. Research development; General administration; Conduct of the Research; Oversight over Quality Control (QC) programme for data collection activities.

Displaced, homeless and abused: The dynamics of sexual and physical abuses of homeless Zimbabweans in South Africa.

August 28, 2014 in Articles, Uncategorized

A study has been conducted among homeless Zimbabwean refugees in Polokwane, to assess the nature of sexual/physical and gender-based abuse (SPGBV) experienced by them and to see who are the perpetrators. The study showed that rape and sexual harassments were common and perpetrators were mainly border and police officers. More findings, their implications and recommendations are discussed in the article.

Doctor in Khayelitsha: committed change agent

April 10, 2014 in Public health news, Uncategorized

Dr Caroline Neumüller takes action on Matthew Goniwe Clinic’s disorganised filing system which keeps patients waiting lengthy times to get medical attention.

Administration & Finance Manager, Monrovia, Liberia

January 22, 2014 in Uncategorized

Manager will provide leadership and direction in the development and management of all CHAI Liberia’s financial, accounting, and administrative policies, procedures, and practices.

Directory of International Grants and Fellowships in the Health Sciences

January 17, 2013 in Public health news, Uncategorized

Its goal is to provide information about additional funding opportunities available to those in the field of global health research.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Epidemiology, SATVI, UCT

January 15, 2013 in Job opportunities, Uncategorized

To work on a project addressing the role of age and gender in risk for TB infection and disease during adolescence.