You are invited to submit abstracts for the 2015/16 South African Health Review.
The South African Health Review (SAHR), published annually by Health Systems Trust (HST) for 17 years, is an accredited peer-reviewed journal that is widely respected as an authoritative source of
Award submissions are invited from South Africans under the age of 35. Entries will be assessed by a panel of public health experts.
The 16th edition of the South African Health Review (SAHR) broadly focuses on some of the key building blocks of the health system, namely, financing, governance and leadership, medical products and service delivery while issues pertaining to human resources and information run as a thread through most of the chapters. The Review also focuses on the social determinants of health, non-communicable diseases, climate change and occupational health and South Africa’s quest to address these. In this edition, we also introduce the newly launched Emerging Public Health Practitioner award that provides a voice to young and upcoming under-35 year old public professionals.
The new District Health Barometer and South African Health Review publications have been released by Health Systems Trust.
HST introduced this award in recognition of the best article submitted by a young and emerging public health professional for inclusion in the SAHR.
The Launch of the South African Health Review 2011, District Health Barometer 2010/11 and Announcement of the Facility Improvement Teams was held on 23 February 2012.
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