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The role of the school in the healthcare crisis

When: Friday, 26 October 2018 - Friday, 26 October 2018
Where: Parktown Health Sciences Campus
Marie Curie Lecture Theatre. Wits Medical School
Start time:8:15
Enquiries:

Samkelo.Nsibande@wits.ac.za or 011 717-2190

RSVP:

Samkelo.Nsibande@wits.ac.za or 011 717-2190

The School of Clinical Medicine in the Faculty of Health Sciences will host this symposium.

THE ROLE OF THE SCHOOL IN THE HEALTHCARE CRISIS

SYMPOSIUM PROGRAMME

8H15: Welcome: Professor Daynia Ballot

                      Head of the School of Clinical Medicine

8h20: Opening: Professor Martin Veller

              Dean: Faculty of Health Sciences


CHAIR: Professor Chris Lundgren

 8h30:  Dr Victoria Stevens: Healthcare Crisis:Realities on the Ground

 8h50:  Ms Sasha Stevenson: The Legal and Human

              Rights Framework

 9h10:  Mr Rusell Rensburg: Role and Impact of Advocacy by

              Practitioners

 9h30:  Ms Sibongile Tshabalala: Corruption in the Context of the

              Crisis

 9h50 - 10h30: PANEL DISCUSSION

10h30 - 11h00: TEA BREAK

CHAIR: Professor Thifelimbilu Luvhengo

11h00: Adv. Ronel van Zyl: Medical Litigation: Challenge and Recommendations

11h20: Dr Munyadziwa Kwinda: Remunerative Work Outside

              Public Service (RWOPS) Implications for Quality of Care

11h40: Dr Gail Andrews: Policy Reforms: The New Human

              Resources for Health Strategy and Implications for of Care

12h00: Professor Daynia Ballot: The Role of Academia in Mapping a Way Forward

12h20 - 13h00: PANEL DISCUSSION

13H00 - 13H10: Closure

13h10 - 14h00: LUNCH

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