24 November 2021

Call for Applications: Postdoctoral Fellowship 2022

The School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape seeks to recruit three (3) full-time Postdoctoral Fellows beginning from January 2022.
15 November 2021

Call for Applications: Doctoral Scholarship 2022

The School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape seeks to recruit a full-time doctoral candidate from January 2022. The doctoral candidate will be required to register at the University of the Western Cape, and will work on a 3-year project funded by the South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC).
5 October 2021

Current Thinking and Practice in Health Promotion: Lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic

A webinar Series hosted byDr Anam Nyembezi from the 21st October till the 28th October
17 September 2021

Participatory systems analysis tools for improved health systems performance.

A webinar Series hosted by Dr Martina Lembani from the 29th September till the 10th November
15 September 2021

Advancing health equity: The role of engaged scholarship

You are invited to a Lecture by Dr Sulakshana Nandi, the 2021 Jakes Gerwel Award in Public Health recipient.
25 August 2021

Introduction to rapid reviews and scoping reviews: a 5-part webinar series

The School of Public Health (SOPH) at the University of the Western Cape invites you to a 5-part webinar series introducing rapid reviews and scoping reviews in the field of Public Health and Health Systems research.
18 August 2021

2021 David Sanders Lecture – COVID-19 and Social Justice

You are invited to a Lecture by Ms Sinesipho Jojo: Deputy Chair of the People’s Health Movement
13 May 2021

Webinar: Pharmacovigilance and clinical trials oversight in sub-Saharan Africa in the era of COVID-19

Webinar Wednesday, 12 May 2021, 14:00-15:30 South African Standard Time. Keynote speaker: Dr Helen Ndagije (Director: Product Safety, National Drug Authority, Uganda)
31 March 2021

Apply now! Online course offerings in Pharmaceutical Public Health

COVID-19 is providing challenges for us all! Pharmacy, Clinical, Laboratory and Public health professionals have been involved in maintaining existing health services, including access to quality pharmaceuticals during the COVID crisis.