Cutting Human Resources for Health – Who Pays?

Cutting Human Resources for Health – Who Pays?

This report shows both the gravity and the complexity of the HRH crisis for rural communities in South Africa. While many of the challenges described affect health services at all levels and in urban and peri-urban areas as well, it is clear that rural South Africans are uniquely vulnerable to the effects of staffing cuts, and disproportionatel ...
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 ...
Putting Primary Health Care into Practice

Putting Primary Health Care into Practice

Putting PHC into Practice-NSPreview9-LeanneBrady. Successfully managing the challenges posed by diseases such as TB and HIV requires a strong and well-integrated health system, writes RuDASA members Dr Leanne Brady was published in NSP review #9, 2013. ...