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A comparison of neonatal care - Dr Rebecca Stephenson
2 May 2012
"Upon arriving on warm African soil I was pleasantly surprised to find my first two-month placement was at a tertiary neonatal unit at Greys Hospital in Pietermaritzburg. Having just completed 12 months at Liverpool Women’s Hospital neonatal department it was inevitable to contrast and compare the experiences!" Read full story
Training nurses to carry ARV treatment forward - Dr Jenness Cameron
2 May 2012
HIV rates in rural KwaZulu-Natal are very high, says Cameron, and there are always more people in need of ARV treatment. “We’ve put hundreds on treatment and there are always more who desperately need it.” Read full story
Stay in South Africa for longer, says Dutch-born doctor - Jelleke Melessen
18 April 2012
“Most foreign doctors stay for a year, but you can learn so much more in your second year. In my second year it is much easier. The nurses know me and can talk to me.” Read full story
Real medicine in South Africa - Dr Jennie Nowers
10 April 2012
If you want to experience real medicine, come and work in a South African hospital, says Dr Jennie Nowers. Read full story