Time to listen to younger healthcare professionals

“The burden of expectation to transform healthcare lies on this group’s shoulders, but too often their views are not widely

Reassure doctors, MPS urges regulators

Doctors could be asked to work in areas outside their areas of speciality within environments that are very stretched. Doctors

Telehealth: digitally empowering medical professionals

Not just another online consultation platform By signing up for the KardioMD Telehealth solution, you’re getting more than just another

HPCSA relaxes scope of practice rule

Ethical Rule 21 states that a practitioner must perform, except in an emergency, only a professional act: for which he

CanbiGold launches vehicle air ventilation diffuser system in fight against COVID-19

We want to circumvent this problem, which led us to become the first company in the world to develop a

SA COVID-19 survey results

These are the key take-outs from the online survey results: Views on the handling of the pandemic by the Government:

Telemedicine tug of war

“The problem at the moment is that the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) guidelines on virtual consultations are

Adcock execs donate pay to Solidarity Fund

According to Andy Hall, Chief Executive Officer of Adcock Ingram, “We are an integral part of the healthcare system and

Sanofi and GSK collaborate to fight COVID-19

GSK will contribute its proven pandemic adjuvant technology. The use of an adjuvant can be of particular importance in a

Cape Town doc launches PPE crowdfunding campaign

As of 7 April, the campaign had reached just over 10% of its R2 million goal. While South Africa’s current

MPS offers two months’ free membership

In a letter being sent to members, MPS has confirmed that members who are going to cease practice will have

COVID-19 could ravage Borno State, Nigeria

MSF has been working in Borno State since 2014, and during that time we have borne witness to deplorable conditions for IDPs, many