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.
The Occupational Medicine Division and the Centre for Environmental and Occupational Health Research in the School contributed towards the scientific documentation and advocacy under the banner of ICOH and IOHA.
Centre for Infectious Diseases Epidemiology & Research (CIDER) in the School of Public Health & Family Medicine has been made the World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre for HIV Epidemiology and Research.
Researchers from the Health and Human Rights programme in the School recently published an article exploring the relevance of Social Solidarity, Human Rights, and Collective Action for the Implementation of the National Health Insurance in South Africa.
The National Institute for Occupational Health held a Remembrance Day Commemoration to pay tribute to all those colleagues and acknowledge those workers that have lost their lives during the course of their duty.
Mayara Fontes, PhD candidate in the School, gives an account of her educational trajectory from an unsure student, to a published research author, to a student with a clear career path and a bright future in the field of international health economics.