Month: October 2014

Senior Lecturer (Academic Acceleration Programme) (2 permanent posts) UKZN

The Academic Acceleration Programme aims to accelerate promotion to the Professoriate for South African African staff.

Lecturer (Developmental) (5 Posts) UKZN

The College Lecturer (Developmental) posts are aimed at young or aspiring academics with no or limited experience in academia but with potential and interest to pursue an academic career.

Professor/Associate Professor/Senior Lecturer/Lecturer (5 Posts) UKZN

The College wishes to appoint academics who will contribute actively to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and learning, research and community engagement.

Senior Research Officer – Paediatrics and Child Health

The successful candidate will be required to act as the research programme lead in various clinical practice sites working with small groups of participants in practice related research.

Senior Lecturer – Paediatrics and Child health

This position offers the unique opportunity to be involved in this ground-breaking programme’s academic and clinical design and implementation from its inception.

Research Officer (Lecturer)

This position involves managing the co-ordination of the online courses, interacting with students online via VULA, and academic administration.

The Lancet Ebola Resource Centre

In an effort to support the vital work being done, all related content from The Lancet family of journals is now freely accessible on the online Ebola Resource Centre.

Launch of SAHR and DHB

On Wednesday 29 October 2014 Health Systems Trust organises the combined launch of these publications.

Clinical Technical Officer

To provide clinical technical expertise in the development and implementation of interventions and strategies at site, district and provincial level to improve patient HIV/TB outcomes.

WFPHA newsletter September 2014

The September 2014 newsletter of the World Federation of Public Health Associations is available online.


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