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#WomensMonth: Queen of the Comeback on speaking up

Not one to do things by half measures, Nidhika Bahl shares her success story to date and how Joyce Meyer changed her life...

By Leigh Andrews 7 Aug 2017

Lessons not learnt: Public mental health still in a dismal state

It appears that the Esidimeni tragedy has not had impact on improving the care of public sector mental health patients...

By Nicci Botha 28 Jun 2017

Mental health and the labour law

How should employers deal with employees struggling with mental health from an employment law perspective? Learn how to deal with these issues in a way that's effective, supportive and legally correct...

Issued by Knowledge Resources 25 May 2017

Medici medical app launches in South Africa

A medical app, Medici, that is said to be revolutionising the doctor-patient relationship, is now available in South Africa...

20 May 2017

SA's first adult ADHD guidelines

Guidelines for adult ADHD have been published for the first time in the South African Journal of Psychiatry...

17 May 2017

Progress report on new psychology scope of practice

The minister of health, the HPCSA and the the PBP are working on the regulations to define the psychology scope of practice properly...

26 Apr 2017

Inspiration for South Africa at Festival of Learning

With every sector of the country in considerable turmoil, a wide range of homegrown solutions, approaches and ideas are on the programme of the upcoming sixth annual Psychology Festival of Learning hosted by SACAP...

Issued by SACAP 24 Apr 2017

HPCSA on psych scope of practice

The HPCSA has issued a statement clarifying the current situation on the regulations defining the scope of the profession for psychology...

9 Mar 2017

Gauteng increases mental health spending after Esidimeni crisis

Gauteng finance MEC Barbara Creecy tabled a R108bn budget for the province, which included R10bn added to the baseline of departments to meet increased demand...

By Genevieve Quintal 8 Mar 2017

The Esidimeni 94

A press statement from the CEO of COHSASA, Ms Jacqui Stewart, on the report of the Office of the Health Ombud, Professor Malegapuru Makgoba, No guns: 94+ silent deaths and still counting...

Issued by COHSASA 13 Feb 2017

Gauteng Health HOD suspended

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has placed the Head of the Department of Health, Dr Tiego Selebano, on precautionary suspension in line with the recommendation of the Heath Ombudsman...

9 Feb 2017

SASOP calls for action on the state of mental health

An urgent call to overhaul of the entire mental healthcare system in Gauteng has been made by the SASOP, in response to the health ombud's report on the deaths of mentally ill patients...

9 Feb 2017

Spotting early signs of ADHD in young children

With so many children starting school, parents and teachers should be acutely aware of the symptoms of ADHD to ensure they don't go unnoticed – and untreated...

18 Jan 2017

Drug education and why it is important to every individual

With illegal drugs easily made available to anyone looking for them, it is important that people focus on raising awareness about the dangers of drugs and drug abuse...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 23 Dec 2016

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Nine healthcare marketing mistakes to avoid

For your practice to grow, you need to adapt to latest healthcare marketing strategies. As a doctor, it might not be your cup of tea, but you need to remember that for sustaining and nurturing your business, you need to be known by more people who will convert into customers. For this, you need to learn about the “necessary evil,” i.e. healthcare marketing. To get the desired results out of your marketing efforts, you need to avoid some healthcare marketing mistakes, as stated below.

By Pranjali Singh 10 Aug 2017

Global Awards adds Pharma (Rx), Health & Wellness executive juries

Global Awards has added Pharma (Rx) and Health & Wellness executive juries to its award line-up. They will include award-winning chief creative officers and executive creative directors from prominent healthcare advertising agencies around the globe to judge submissions from each designation.

7 Aug 2017

US charges 412 people for health fraud

WASHINGTON - US authorities slapped 412 doctors, nurses and other medical professionals with fraud charges, many for overprescribing opioids that have stoked an expanding national addiction crisis.

14 Jul 2017

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