Navigation
  • Life-Long Learning a Key Factor for Success

    2017/03/17 09:52:30 AM

    Hift reminded the students they needed to divide their time between clinical service, studying and research. ‘The next four years are all about becoming well-rounded professionals,’ he said, stressing that students had to conduct themselves professionally at all times. Professional conduct and good communication were vital in helping prevent the death of patients.

    Full story

    Nombuso Dlamini

    Uploaded by: Nombuso Dlamini

  • Gastric Cancer Prevalent Among Indian Men in Durban – UKZN Study Finding

    2017/03/17 09:43:54 AM

    The study – published in the South African Medical Journal - was titled: “The Spectrum of Gastric Cancer as Seen in a Large Quaternary Hospital in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa”.

    Full story

    Nombuso Dlamini

    Uploaded by: Nombuso Dlamini

  • Focus on Ill Health Prevention, says British Expert

    2017/03/17 09:27:40 AM

    This is the key question and resulting problem posed by the Director of the Institute of Health Equity in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University College in London, Sir Michael Marmot, who spoke at UKZN.

    Full story

    Nombuso Dlamini

    Uploaded by: Nombuso Dlamini

  • Audiology Students Celebrate World Hearing Day in Clermont

    2017/03/17 09:19:48 AM

    Accompanied by their tutors and lecturers, the students marched from Clermont Clinic through the taxi rank and to the Clermont Hall spreading messages to the community about hearing loss impact and deaf awareness.

    Full story

    Nombuso Dlamini

    Uploaded by: Nombuso Dlamini

  • ENT Audiologists Advocate for Action on Hearing Loss and Ear Health

    2017/03/15 09:34:03 AM

    ‘We should advocate for quality and modernised education for the deaf, education that will integrate the deaf and blind with society. Blind and deaf people should be provided with education that will provide them better chances of employment and enable them to contribute to the economy of this country,’ said  Justice Zack Yacoob, President of the Blind and Deaf Society of KZN.

    Full story

    Lihlithemba Sisanda Sosibo

    Upoaded by Lihle Sosibo

  • Driving Research to New Heights with NRF Thuthuka Awards

    2017/03/15 09:28:15 AM

    Four researchers at UKZN’s College of Health Sciences have been awarded grants by the National Research Foundation (NRF) for 2017

    Full story

    Lihlithemba Sisanda Sosibo

    Upoaded by Lihle Sosibo

  • UKZN Scientists Produce Widely Acclaimed Paper

    2017/03/03 12:20:49 PM

    The paper was the first published by Nigerian-born PhD student Ms Christiana Shobo, who is the first author. It was featured in the peer-reviewed: Journal of Infection in Developing Countries.

    Full story

    MaryAnn Francis

  • Nursing Students Co-Host Mental Health Open Day

    2017/03/03 12:17:43 PM

    Nzimande was speaking to Phoenix community members at a Mental Health Open Day at Starwood Psychiatric Clinic hosted by UKZN Psychiatric Nursing students in association with the clinic to commemorate February as a Child and Adolescent Suicide Awareness Month.

    Full story

    Nombuso Dlamini

    Uploaded by: Nombuso Dlamini

  • First Year Medical Students Attend HIV and Me Course

    2017/03/03 12:14:04 PM

    The programme, part of the Becoming a Professional module and convened by the Discipline of Public Health Medicine, introduces a focus on building self-awareness , discovery and creativity, thus initiating a longitudinal learning pathway in educating future practitioners who are socially accountable, creative and adaptive in response to complex challenges.

    Full story

    Nombuso Dlamini

  • Optometry and the Islamic Medical Association reinforce Vision Care Partnership

    2017/02/27 11:58:22 AM

    ‘Eye care services have become more affordable and accessible to indigent communities in recent years, but hard contact lenses in particular are a specialty service not offered by many practitioners in the private sector and are not available at all in public sector hospitals. IMA’s funding of these lenses will go a long way towards assisting patients who cannot afford such,’ said Miss Naimah Ebrahim Khan, a contact lens Lecturer at UKZN’s Discipline of Optometry.

    Full story

    Lihlithemba Sisanda Sosibo

    uploaded by Lihle Sosibo

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. Next page

Contact Webmaster | View the Promotion of Access to Information Act | View our Privacy Policy
© University of KwaZulu-Natal: All Rights Reserved