Eight IDM Full Members are placed in the top 100 ranked profiles for scientists working at South African institutions, based on their Google Scholar Citations public profiles.
The Public Health Association of South Africa’s (PHASA) PHILA Award is an award 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.
The end of the year has arrived giving us an opportunity to take stock as well as prepare for the festive season ahead. I would like to thank the Faculty community for another exciting, innovative and meritorious year.
A tiny notice: the humble beginning of an illustrious and impactful career for one Diane McIntyre. Along the way she’s added South African Research Chair in ‘Health and Wealth’ and Professor in the School of Public Health and Family Medicine and Executive Director of the International Health Economics Association (iHEA) to her name.
The brain is the most complex organ in the body and yet our understanding of it remains very limited.
Final-year medical student and one-fifth of a cappella group AnecNote, Morné Kahts can now add winner of South Africa’s Got Talent to his list of varied achievements. All University of Cape Town graduates, the group beat stiff competition to take home the coveted R500 000 prize.
A new chapter written by Dr Rebecca Garland of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and Associate Professor Hanna-Andrea Rother from UCT's School of Public Health and Family Medicine (SPHFM) is putting the health of southern Africans on the global climate change agenda.
When Bopane “Mike” Mothemela had car trouble on the N2, he saw an opportunity to turn his misfortune into a business. Soon after, Mickey’s Mobile Mechanics and Mickey’s Student Emergency Car Services (MSECS) were born. Bopane, a fourth year audiology student works in tandem with fifth-year medical student Lefa Kekana.
There is an urgent need to develop brief, evidence-based, scalable psychological interventions at primary healthcare level in South Africa.
Dr Karen Milford will be presenting “Acute Scrotum'' on 08 December 2017. Dr Karen Milford is a Paediatric Surgery Registrar in Cape Town.
DATE: 08 December 2017
Time: 14:00 South African
1) Click on the link http://meeting.uct.ac.za/Acute/
2) When you are prompted during logging in, please choose "Enter as a guest" and write your name and surname, than click enter room.