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The first of three "Introduction to R" workshops led by the Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics started in the second week of March 2019.
Dr Sedi Namane and Juanita Arendse received Bronze Awards at the Annual Premier's Service Excellence Awards on 05 Dec 2018.
As South Africans face the threat of more load shedding, a first-of-a-kind study has revealed the cost that planned blackouts are having on the health of children.
Assoc Prof John Ataguba is the only African representative on the Global Future Council on Health and Healthcare.
The University of Cape Town’s Vredenburg Rural Training site organised and hosted an Open Day at the Vredenburg Provincial Hospital for the second consecutive year on 26 July 2018.
Congratulations to Dr Liz Gwyther on her Ad Hominem promotion.
Congratulations to A/Prof Maia Lesosky who has been awarded a Newton Advanced Fellowship from the Royal Society, in partnership with the Academy of Medical Sciences.
Congratulations to all MMed students in the School who passed the College of Medicine Examination in October 2018.
A/Professor Maia Lesosky has been awarded a Senior Fellowship from the European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP2)
iALARM (including staff from the Division of Social & Behavioural Sciences and CIDER) hosted a poster-making workshop for 12 community health activists from the Movement for Change and Social Justice and Sonke Gender Justice on 15 September 2018.
Congratulations to Prof Lucy Gilson as the recipient of the Award for Lifetime Service to the field of Health Policy and Systems Research
The Division of Social and Behavioural Sciences has launched Fieldnotes, their new platform for promoting awareness and discussion of urgent social and behavioural science questions in public health.
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