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The Nursing Conference is brought to you in association with ANSA. (All Proceeds from the Nursing conference will be donated to this association)
The Academy of Nursing of South Africa is a new body constituted with the vision of recognising and utilizing excellence in nursing and midwifery in South Africa. The Academy of nursing is a group of nurses and midwives who are recognized by the professions for their expertise in different areas of nursing and who works together as a think-tank to improve nursing and health education, practice, scholarship, and management.
The Healthcare Technology Lifecycle Management Conference is brought to you in association with CEASA.
CEASA is a voluntary association of Clinical Engineering practitioners. Our members practise at all levels within both state and private sector healthcare delivery systems in South Africa, also in the allied medical devices supply and support industry. CEASA's objectives are fully defined within our Constitution, however some key fundamentals are
The Quality Management Conference is brought to you in association with COHSASA.
Cape Town-based COHSASA (NPC) assists a wide range of healthcare facilities to provide safer and better care. It does this by offering clients a web-based quality improvement programme to meet professional standards and gain accreditation for limited periods. It also offers an adverse incident reporting and monitoring programme. In the past 22 years of operation, COHSASA has worked in over 600 facilities in South Africa and in 11 other countries on the continent of Africa.
COHSASA has achieved worldwide recognition and is the only African health facility accrediting body accredited by the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua).
The Healthcare Technology Lifecycle Management Conference and the Biomedical Engineering Conference is brought to you in association with IFMBE.
The International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE) is primarily a federation of national and transnational societies. These professional organizations represent interests in medical and biological engineering. The IFMBE is also a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) for the United Nations and the World Health Organization (WHO), where we are uniquely positioned to influence the delivery of health care to the world through Biomedical and Clinical Engineering.
The Healthcare Management Conference is brought to you in association with IPAF.
Digital Technology has the potential to affect every aspect of business, Healthcare, private life, enabling smarter choices, allowing people to spend more time on tasks they deem valuable, and often fundamentally transforming the way value is created.
What will the 3rd wave of IT adoption look like for healthcare?
How is technology shaping the healthcare sector and what is on the horizon?
It will lead to more patient engagement, more patient involvement in their own healthcare. We will explore the IT development internationally and review its impact. It is reality for SA to be IT enabled.
The Healthcare Technology Lifecycle Management Conference is brought to you in association with SAHTAS.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT SOCIETY (SAHTAS) is a scientific society for all those who produce, use, or encounter HTA in Southern Africa. SAHTAS embraces all stakeholders, including researchers, agencies, policymakers, industry, academia, health service providers, and patients/consumers, and acts as a neutral forum for collaboration and the sharing of information and expertise in Southern Africa.
The Emergency Conference is brought to you in association with EMSSA.
EMSSA represents a group of enthusiastic healthcare professionals dedicated to the development of quality emergency care throughout South Africa. Emergency Medicine has only recently been recognized as an independent speciality, although this country has always had a large burden of patients presenting to our pre-hospital and hospital emergency services with experienced and passionate personnel rendering much needed care.
The Biomedical Engineering Conference is brought to you in association with SU.
The Stellenbosch University is amongst South Africa's leading tertiary institutions based on research output, student pass rates and rated scientists, and is recognised internationally as an academic institution of excellence. It boasts the highest weighted research output per full-time academic staff member of all South African universities and the second-highest number of scientists in South Africa who have been rated by the National Research Foundation (NRF). It also has the highest student success rate in the country.
The Trauma Conference is brought to you in association with TSSA.
The Trauma Society of SA is concerned with the prevention and mitigation of trauma due to all forms of mechanical injury (penetrating and blunt) through the propagation of quality treatment and appropriate surgical intervention. They attempt to fulfill the aims of the World Health Organization (WHO) declaration on Emergency Care for the injured in South Africa (see link at bottom of the page) and provide the standards for accreditation of Trauma Units according to the nationally agreed criteria.
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The Biomedical Engineering Conference is brought to you in association with UCT.
UCT is an inclusive and engaged research-intensive African university . that inspires creativity through outstanding achievements in learning, discovery and citizenship; enhancing the lives of its students and staff, advancing a more equitable and sustainable social order and influencing the global higher education landscape.
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RuDASA believes that the long term solution for rural health care in South Africa is adequate and appropriate training of South Africans to meet the needs for health care professionals in underserved rural areas. We are involved in a number of initiatives to lobby for and address these needs. (See elsewhere on this site, including scholarship schemes and electives programmes). We also support the principle of the Melbourne Manifesto with respect to the need for a Code to govern the International Recruitment of Health Care Professionals. Within this context, it is obvious that we in South Africa will remain reliant on the services of foreign qualified doctors to staff our rural health services for many years to come.
Just Footprints Foundation believes in providing equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate against its employees, volunteers or applicants because of race, colour, religion, sex, disability, national origin, age, marital status, sexual preference or orientation, medical condition, or any other legally protected class or status.
Surgeons for Little Lives is run by a small group of Paediatric Surgeons, and ordinary people, passionate about uplifting the lives of less fortunate children needing life changing surgery.
It was started with the overriding objective of raising the level of care given to patients in the Paediatric Surgery wards in state hospitals, in the Greater Gauteng area, to world class standards.
CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation was established in 1979 as a support group to parents of children with cancer, by parents of children with cancer. Having experienced the immense emotional and financial toll that cancer takes they recognised there is more than one victim in the family of the child with cancer. Their aim was to ease the burden on parents facing the same journey by providing access to relevant, accurate information, as well as emotional and practical support..
STEPS Charity NPC is a national and regional non-profit organisation and social enterprise working for the eradication of clubfoot as a disability in southern and east Africa. Their story started in 2003 with the birth of a boy with clubfoot in South Africa.After successful treatment by Dr Ponseti in Iowa, Karen Moss returned home and told the story of her son’s successful treatment to local doctors. Karen founded STEPS in 2005 to introduce and promote the Ponseti Method of clubfoot treatment in Southern Africa and support families going through the process..