Monthly Archives: July 2015

Rural Health Update # 3: Rural-Proofing Health Care Financing in SA

Rural Health Update # 3: Rural-Proofing Health Care Financing in SA

The transformation of the health sector can only truly improve access to historically neglected rural communities if persistent structural inequities are addressed. These inequities relate to the distribution of financial, human and material resources. This third issue of Rural Health Update deals with inequities in the allocation of financial ...
Global Health Action Special Issue on Transforming Nursing in South Africa

Global Health Action Special Issue on Transforming Nursing in South Africa

The papers below are part of the Special Issue: Transforming Nursing in South Africa. http://www.globalhealthaction.net Published online: 11 May 2015 Utilisation and costs of nursing agencies in the South African public health sector 2005-2010 Using diaries to explore the work experiences of primary health care nursing in two South African prov ...

Press Statement: Support for healthcare workers working in precarious situations is needed not vilification

The Rural Doctors Association of Southern Africa (RuDASA) would like to express our serious concern in relation to the suspension from duty of two doctors from Evander Hospital in Mpumalanga for performing an emergency perimortem caesarian section in the hospital’s labour ward. RuDASA firstly extends heartfelt condolences to the family of the m ...