Presentations

  • Conference Presentations

    Diab PN. “Should we guide, dictate to or lead our patients? Communication in the art of Diabetes Management.” Oral presentation at Novo-Nordisk / Roche Accu-chek pre-CDE forum symposium. East London, July 2011.

    Reid SJ, Flack P, Singaram, V, Mabuza H, Diab PN, Molefe N, Cakwe M: Who is the Rural Student? Poster presented at RuDASA conference, Rhodes, EC, Sept 2011

    Diab P: Benefits of Community-based education to the community. Oral presentation at South African Association of Health Educationalists (SAAHE) Bloemfontein, June 2012

    • Gaede BM, Pillay P. Advocacy – the missing competency. Oral presentation. South African Association of Health Educationalists conference – 22-24 June 2016. Port Elizabeth
    • Hughes, BO, Moshabela M, Owen J, Gaede BM. Educational outcomes of homestay programmes for students: a scoping study. Oral presentation. South African Association of Health Educationalists conference – 22-24 June 2016. Port Elizabeth.
    • Hughes BO, Mokoatle R, Gaede BM, Moshabela M. Willingness of rural hospital teams to participate in a homestay pilot programme for medical students in South Africa. Poster presentation. South African Association of Health Educationalists conference – 22-24 June 2016. Port Elizabeth.
    • Gaede BM, Mokoatle R, Hughes B, Moshabela M. Homestay project – poster presentation. TUFH Network conference, Shenyang China 26-29 July 2016
    • Gaede BM. Advocacy – are we serious? Oral presentation. TUFH Network conference, Shenyang China 26-29 July 2016
    • Lawrence, C, Mhlaba, T. Gaede, B. & Moshabela, M.  Deconstructing the Hidden Curriculum in Medical Education: A Scoping Review”. Oral Presentation (delivered by Mosa Moshabela), Medical Education Partnership Initiative Symposium. Nairobi, Kenya. 2-4th August 2016. 
    • Venugopala, R. Strategies adopted by learners in medical education to succeed in their learning spaces using a learner-centred approach. Oral Presentation (delivered by Rashmi Venugopala). UKZN UTLO Conference, Durban, South Africa. 21-23rd September 2016 
    • Mokoatle, R. M. Making the connection – Setting up a homestay project. The Network: TUFH (The Unity for Health) “BUILDING TRUST  - A Global Challenge in Health System Reform” Room 104, Student Centre, China Medical University, Shenyang, China, 26-30 July 2016 
    • Wilford, A. Presented a paper on health care worker experiences of working in neonatal high care units in district hospitals in KZN. Perinatal Priorities Conference, Limpopo, February 2016.
    • Wilford, A. Presented a paper on HIV positive mothers infant feeding practices in one rural and one urban area in KZN. Presentation to the Department of Health, July 2016.
    • Wilford, A. Presented a poster on Sources of infant feeding advice and support: The role of Lactation Advisors and an oral presentation on Knowledge and beliefs about breastfeeding practises in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: a cross sectional survey of mothers attending PHC clinics. PHASA conference, East London, September 2016
    • Jama, N.A. Sources of infant feeding advice and support: The role of Lactation Advisers in KwaZulu-Natal. Presentation to the Department of Health,  July 2016
    • Khuzwayo, N. Violence associated with reduced school attendance in South African high school learners. 1st South African National violence conference. Mobilising Science, Community and Policy for Prevention. OR Tambo conference centre Gauteng Province. Speaker
    • N. Khuzwayo N. Jama & M. Taylor  -  Socio- ecological systems determining sexual risk behaviours of the young people in uMgungundlovu District Municipality, South Africa, Speaker 
    • Khuzwayo, N - Sources of information for teenage pregnancy education among high school learners in uMgungundlovu District Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, Speaker 
    • Gaede BM. Outreach. Invited speaker: Child Health Priorities Conference. Pietermaritzburg 2-4 December 2015
    • Wilford, A. Identifying gaps in the quality of maternal and child care provided by CCGS in households in KwaZulu-Natal. PHASA conference poster presentation, Durban, September 2015
    • Wilford, A. Identifying suboptimal quality of maternal and child care in households. KZN Department of Health Research Day, Durban, October 2015.
    • Christiane Horwood, Lisa M Butler, Jennifer Reddy, Pierre Barker, Lyn Haskins, Merridy Grant, Sifiso Phakathi1, Ntokozo Mntambo, Nigel Rollins. Continuous quality improvement methods to improve effectiveness of community health workers in delivering child health care in South Africa.  International conference for Healthcare Improvement, London, April 2015 (oral presentation).
    • C. Horwood, L. Haskins, S. Phakathi, D. Nyasulu. KwaZulu-Natal Initiative for Newborn Care (KINC): an evaluation of quality of care in neonatal units in district hospitals. Priorities in Perinatal Care Conference, Drakensburg, March 2015 (oral presentation)
    • Gaede B. Challenges and successes in service delivery, training and public health research in KwaZulu-Natal. Invited Panelist – opening plenary, Public Health Association of South Africa Conference, Durban 7-9 October 2015
    • Gaede B. Blindness of the gaze – doctors views of traditional practices in a rural hospital. Rural Health Conference, Dullstroom, 24-26 September 2015
    • Gaede B, Blitz J. Instructional design for self-directed learning of clinical skills. Poster presentation. Toward Unity For Health / SAAHE Conference, Gauteng, 12-16 September 2015
    • Diab PN, McNeill PD, Moodley N. Hosting students at Rural Hospitals. Workshop presented at RuDASA, St Lucia,August 2013.
    • Diab PN, Matthews M, Gokool R. Use of Zulu videos as teaching aid in clinical communication teaching in the College of Health Sciences. Oral presentation SAAHE, July 2013, Durban.
    • Prose N, Diab PN, Matthews M. Experiential learning outside the comfort zone: taking medical students to downtown Durban. Oral presentation SAAHE, July 2013, Durban.
    • McNeill PD, Diab PN, Campbell L. Establishment of a rural clinical school in KZN: using photovoice to elicit views of rural doctors and students. Oral presentation SAAHE, July 2013, Durban.
    • Diab PN, McNeill PD, Ross A,. A review of final year medical students' rural attachment at district hospitals in KZN. Oral presentation SAAHE, July 2013, Durban.
    • Diab PN, Naidu T, Gaede B, Prose N. Cross-cultural medical education: using narratives to reflect on experience. Oral presentation SAAHE, July 2013, Durban.
    • Naidu C, Irlam J, Diab PD. Career and practice intentions of Health science students across three South African medical schools. Poster presentation SAAHE, July 2013, Durban.
    • Diab PN, Flack PS, Mahuza H. Curriculum issues affecting rural origin Health Sciences students across three South African medical schools. Poster presentation SAAHE, July 2013, July.
    • Diab PN, Penn c. Patients' experience of diabetic care services in KZN - a pilot study. SEMDSA annual conference, 19-21st April 2013, Johannesburg.
    • Gaede BM, Knight S, Ross A. An Integrated community-based public health undergraduate medical education program: A case study. Rendez Vous Conference, Thunder Bay, Canada 9-14 October 2012.
    • Gaede BM, Horwood C. District Based Learning – a model for engaging with rural health services. Rendez Vous Conference, Thunder Bay, Canada 9 – 14 October 2012
    • Knight S, Gaede BM, Ross A. An integrated community-based public health undergraduate medical education programme: A description of the selective sites. Poster presentation. Rendez Vous Conference, Thunder Bay, Canada 9-14 October 2012
    • Reid SJ, Diab P, Flack P. Abstract submitted to WONCA conference in Canada Oct 2012 on Career Aspirations of Rural Origin Students.
    • Reid SJ, Flack P, Singaram, V, Mabuza H, Diab PN, Molefe N, Cakwe M: Who is the Rural Student? Poster presented at RuDASA conference, Rhodes, EC, Sept 2011
    • Gaede BM. The ethics of practicing in a resource-limited environment. 15th Rural Doctors Association of Southern Africa. August 2011, Rhodes Village, South Africa
    • Gaede BM. Scaling of transformative health education. The training of Competent Healthcare Professionals for the 21st Century in South Africa: Conference by the South African Committee of Health Science Deans. July 2012, Durban.
    • Diab P: Benefits of Community-based education to the community. Oral presentation at South African Association of Health Educationalists (SAAHE) Bloemfontein, June 2012
    • Diab PN. “Should we guide, dictate to or lead our patients? Communication in the art of Diabetes Management.” Oral presentation at Novo-Nordisk / Roche Accu-chek pre-CDE forum symposium. East London, July 2011.
    • Gaede BM. Beyond the Metropoles: The Reality on the Ground. 5th AIDS Conference of South Africa. 8-10 June 2011. Durban, South Africa.




    Diab P: Benefits of Community-based education to the community. Oral presentation at South African Association of Health Educationalists (SAAHE) Bloemfontein, June 2012

    Reid SJ, Diab P, Flack P. Abstract submitted to WONCA conference in Canada Oct 2012 on Career Aspirations of Rural Origin Students

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