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XIII IAHP 2004 Conference, Durban, South Africa

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Created 06/27/2007 - 17:23
6, 7 and 8 th June 2004
Conference theme
Challenging health inequalities - forging progressive partnerships for public health

programme [1]

elected executive bodies [2]

  • Prof. HU. Deppe: Neoliberalism, health care and the European integration [3]
  • Prof. R. Labonte: Globalisation�s ills � from diagnosis to prescription [4]
  • Prof. D. Bradshaw: Inequalities in health in South Africa [5]
  • SM Dove: Forging progressive partnerships for public health [6]
  • K Wimble: The role of civil society in addressing health inequalities [7]
  • R Stern: Khayelitsha Task Team [8]
  • E Scheepers: Addressing health equity through community empowerment [9]
  • D Sanders: People�s Health Movement: Process and challenges in establishing a broad based health movement [10]
  • A De Negri Filho: Social participation and power in the National Health System of Brazil [11]
  • M Bayle: Will the right to the protection of health be a real one in the future European Union? [12]
  • JR Lister: "World Bank model": 2nd class health care in the 3rd world? [13]
  • A Benos: The role of local partnerships in the development of community-based public and primary health care health services in the "MIKRA" project: A case study [14]
  • Y Nair: Community health systems - the need for social capital: A case study of home-based care in a deep rural community in KZN
  • M Bayle: Evolution of "Foundation Hospitals" in Spain [15]
  • A De Negri Filho: Beyond assurances: The SUS � Brazilian National Health System financing process
  • V Scott: Development integrated HIV/TB/STI evaluation tool as a first step towards a new mindset: Programme integration [16]
  • R Stewart: Scaling up antiretroviral treatment in South Africa: Have we learned our lessons from previous initiatives? [17]
  • JV Zulu: Investigating the impact of HIV/AIDS on nurses in primary health care settings in Cape Town [18]
  • AM Boulle: Evolving experience in Khayelitsha, three years since the introduction of antiretroviral treatment [19]
  • HB Rollin: Prospective collaborative pilot study design: Levels of Persistent Toxic Substances (PTS) in blood from delivering women from selected areas of South Africa [20]
  • N Dwane: The prevalence of silicosis and tuberculosis among workers with 10 or more years of silica dust exposure in standard foundry [21]
  • R Naidoo: Respirable coal dust exposure and respiratory symptoms in South African coal miners: Evidence of a "healthy" worker effect [22]
  • Z Holtman: Pesticides, depression and suicide: Investigating the impressions of five suicide survivors and their family [23]
  • TW Qondela: Pilot training on Globally Harmonised Systems for chemical hazard communication [24]
  • HA Rother : Communicating health risks to farm workers: The effectiveness of the pesticide label as a risk communication tool [25]
  • H Hurkchand: Comparison of HIV seroprevalence between males and females at clinic and community level in Mpumulanga, South Africa [26]
  • S Rushworth: Using geographic information systems to identify inequalities in the access to public health services in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa [27]
  • P Groenewald: Cause of death and premature mortality, Cape Town 2001 [28]
  • N Nannan: Estimating the mortality profile by province [29]
  • P Morton: Global Health Watch � an alternative World Health report [30]
  • G Reagon: Development of a routine annual survey of waiting times, service times and efficiency levels in clinics in Cape Town
  • V Shaw: The DHIS and DHAT of the DHIS
  • Jannie Hugo: Doctors' attitudes towards clinic visits [31]
  • J Igumbor: Qualitative and quantitative measurement of patient satisfaction survey at tertiary hospitals
  • L September: Why are some hospitals better than others? Experiences from the Eastern Cape [32]
  • SJ Reid: Reasons for cross-border patient flow: An exploratory study of the reasons that patients cross the border from Eastern Cape to KwaZulu-Natal for health care
  • SB Dlamini: An epidemiological profile of Kwa-Zulu Natal (KZN) high school students' risk behaviours [33]
  • N Nyawo: Exploring the relationship between substance use and sexual behaviour amongst schoolgoing youth of Kwa-Zulu Natal (KZN), South Africa [34]
  • M Taylor: Gender differences in self-reported risk behaviours amongst KwaZulu-Natal high school learners [35]
  • S James: The impact of a HIV and AIDS lifeskills programme on secondary school learners in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: The need for full implementation [36]
  • A Ho-Foster: Engaging out-of-school youth in evidence-based risk education on sexual violence and HIV/AIDS [37]
  • R Jina: An evaluation of maternity services in a region of Gauteng Province [38]
  • JM Sengwana: Diarrhoeal management in primary health care facilities: The caregivers' perspective [39]
  • Dr. T. Puoane: Changing the health services to respond to emerging chronic diseases [40]
  • Dr. A. De Negri Filho: The decentralization process in the building of the National Health System in Brazil
  • Dr. L. Dare: Strengthening health systems in Africa for public health [41]
  • LF Adonis: The impact of gas reticulation on poverty alleviation in low socio-economic areas of South Africa [42]
  • C De Swardt: Livelihoods, poverty and food security amongst Cape Town's African poor
  • V Mannheim: Stockholm Manifesto [43]
  • J O' Shanahan: "The ECCA system in distance education: an innovative technology as instrument of the health promotion and for the institutional change and the democratization of local health systems" [44]
  • B Barnes: Behaviour change and environmental health in developing contexts: Gaps, controversies and challenges [45]
  • A De Negri Filho: Health promotion and safety promotion: the need for conceptual convergence and intensive synergy in the field of transectorality of policies and actions
  • U Lehmann: Review of the utilisation and effectiveness of community-based health workers in Africa [46]
  • AL Joffe: The hidden inequality within an inequitable system - distribution of doctors in South Africa 2002 [47]
  • SJ Reid: The impact of rural allowances on career plans of health professionals in South Africa [48]
  • V Mathews: Workplace factors experienced by nurses that could impact on the implementation of equity-orientated staff reallocation within a district [49]
  • A De Negri Filho: The Struggle against HIV/AIDS and the development of universal health systems: the Brazilian experience
  • DH Skinner: The role of NGO's in facilitating HIV interventions [50]
  • VJ Adams: Public health implications when intestinal parasites and HIV/AIDS are co-endemic [51]
  • DJ Jackson: Evaluation of counselling on infant feeding and the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) in three national PMTCT pilot sites [52]
  • DJ Jackson: Contamination and nutrient concentration of infant formula feeds from mothers in a PMTCT programme in an urban township [53]
  • NW Ngomane: Improving the level of health information use: Umkhanyakude Health District experience [54]
  • JJ Janse van Rensburg: Moving to an equitable distribution of resources: Experiences and lessons learned from a district health expenditure review [55]
  • FM Akpan: Components of essential drugs management in primary health care facilities in South Africa: Is it equitable? [56]
  • H Moomal: An age old disparity revisited: The South African urban-rural primary health care dichotomy [57]
  • A De Negri Filho: The legal aspects of the Brazilian Health Reform - universal access and equity in the building of a National Health System
  • C Tetelboin: Latin America. Two decades of neoliberal experiments in health care [58]
  • Y Pillay: The National Health Bill: Key Issues that Impact on the Public & Private Health Sectors [59]
  • A Ho-Foster: Batho Pele and the Gauteng health services: Building on the community voice and nursing best practice [60]
  • T Shongwe: Servicing the community: Soul City formative audience research on service and volunteering [61]
  • LS Thomas: Levels of occupational stress in doctors working in a public sector hospital [62]
  • KS Tint: Lessons learnt from the public-public partnership in implementing provincial policy on integrating reproductive health into primary health care: A case study of Limpopo Province [63]
  • OA Ayo-Yusuf: Assessing Limpopo Province hospital superintendents' perceptions of extent of decentralised human resource management [64]
  • R Maharaj: The impact of the reintroduction of DDT for malaria control in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa [65]
  • CL Martin: Measuring and monitoring malaria reductions in southern Mozambique
  • M Taylor: Improving the control of tuberculosis In Kwa-Zulu Natal [66]
  • D Basu: Operational research into National Tuberculosis Control Programme in Gauteng Province [67]
  • A Kharsany: Risk factors, tuberculosis treatment adherence and outcomes at a public health facility [68]
  • S Chauhan Sawry: Incidence of TB in health care workers in South Africa: 2002-2003 [69]
  • P Pillay: An evaluation of the implementation of the national guideline on cervical cancer screening in clinics within the eThekwini Municipality [70]
  • D Basu: Osteoporosis in post-menopausal black women in South Africa? [71]
  • D Swart: The global youth tobacco survey - South Africa: 1999 vs 2002. Monitoring trends in tobacco use by adolescents [72]
  • H Bradley: Raising community awareness of prevention of non-communicable diseases in Khayelitsha, Cape Town [73]
  • LP Tsolekile: "You are thin and sick, I'm fat and healthy" A qualitive study about the perceptions of Black African schoolgirls of body size and body image [74]

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    Public Health Association of South Africa
    Medical Research Council
    University of KwaZulu-Natal, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine

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