Mpumalanga Orthopaedics crisis; overtime and community service allocations

Mpumalanga Orthopaedics crisis; overtime and community service allocations

On the 25th of February, RHAP, RuDASA and RuRESA submitted a Letter to the DDG for Health in Mpumalanga Province in relation to three key concerns: the orthopaedics crisis; the over-time policy which disadvantages rural health; and the community service allocations in 2012 to mostly urban areas. Scant responses were received back prompting RHAP ...
HR4RH WHO Guidelines – The SA Context

HR4RH WHO Guidelines – The SA Context

Following the release of the WHO guidelines in 2012 on the recruitment and retention of human resources for health to rural areas, the RHAP, RuRESA, RuDASA, AHP, Wits Centre for Rural Health, UKZN Centre for Rural Health and UCT: PHC Directorate contextualised the guidelines to the South African context. Read the recommendations here: Human Res ...

NHI and Rural Health

This submission in response to the Green Paper on NHI is made by the Rural Doctors Association of Southern Africa, the Rural Health Advocacy Project, the Wits Centre for Rural Health, the UKZN Centre for Rural Health, the Ukwanda Centre for Rural Health, Africa Health Placements, Rural Rehab South Africa and the University of Cape Town: Primary ...

Rural-Proofing the PHC Re-Engineering Strategy

The Rural Health Advocacy Project (RHAP), the Rural Doctors Association of South Africa (RuDASA), the Wits Centre for Rural Health and KZN Centre for Rural Health strongly support the drive by Government to re-engineer primary health care (PHC). We agree that a strengthened PHC approach within a functional District Health System (DHS) is impera ...
Vital services reach far too few

Vital services reach far too few

Published in the Mail and Guardian Rehabilitation plans for the thousands of people with disabilities must be included in the NHI. By Kate Sherry  There’s a reason nobody makes television series’ about rehabilitation therapists: apart from the fact that we are mostly women, so there’s a lot less drama in the linen room, we don ...