Antiretroviral Treatment Failure | CPD Webinar November 3

Join our next webinar, hosted & sponsored by the African Forum for Primary Health Care & WONCA Africa. The presentation is about the approach to ATF – Antiretroviral Treatment Failure. The webinar will be held in English.

Webinar Title: “Antiretroviral Treatment Failure”

1. Assessing Adherence
2. Facilitating Adherence
3. 2nd and 3rd Line Regimens
4. Resistance Testing

Speaker: Dr Melanie Collins – General practitioner at Good Life Clinic in Johannesburg, South Africa. Focused predominantly on HIV prevention, diagnosis, and management, as well as Mental Health.

Moderator: Prof Shabir Moosa

Date: Thursday, 3rd of November 2022 [Add to Calendar]

Time: 15:00 Central Africa Time (GMT+2 / CAT)

Duration: 1 hour

CPD Points: 1

Register here:

AFROPHC: Live Webinar September 1| Sickle Cell Anaemia: Disease Complications and Therapeutic Interventions

Join our next webinar, hosted & sponsored by the African Forum for Primary Health Care & WONCA Africa.

“Sickle Cell Anaemia: Disease Complications and Therapeutic Interventions”

The Webinar will be held in English with live translation into French.

Please share the event with your Organization’s Members &

Reserve your spot in the WCEA App.

ICN NP/APN 2022 Dublin – a huge boost for APN/APM in Africa as Kenya win two LIMC Awards!

The ICN NP/APN 2022 has just ended with evidence of remarkable progress in APN/APM Africa.
Of significance, Associate Professor Eunice Ndirangu (Aga Khan East Africa Dean) and CEO/Registrar Edna Tallam-Kimaiyo (Nurses Council of Kenya) were awarded the two LIMC grants by the ICN NP/APNN (See attached photos – both with ICN CEO Howard Catton and ICN NP/APNN Chair Dr Daniela Lehwaldt

The two Kenyan nursing and midwifery leaders also presented on “Formative Research to inform Development of the Advanced Practice Nursing & Advanced Practice Midwifery Scopes of Practice in Kenya” & “Institutionalisation of APN & APM in Kenya” respectively during the conference.

Both Dr Ndirangu and CEO Tallam-Kimaiyo have consistently contributed towards APN Africa work including the Nairobi 2019 workshops and the APN Educational Leadership Symposium 2020 hosted by AfroPHC and ICN NP/APNN in collaboration with other key APN Stakeholders.

WHO/Europe training course on NCD 2022

Message to our members on behalf of WHO

WHO/Europe training course on noncommunicable diseases 2022

30 August is the last day to register for the WHO/Europe training course on noncommunicable diseases 2022

If you are a researcher, policy maker or postgraduate scholar with an interest in noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), you have an opportunity to take part in a unique WHO training course developed for early or mid-career health professionals.
The course will enable participants to:

understand novel challenges in the area of NCDs, and work on solution-oriented approaches to tackle the burden of NCDs;
acquire skills in developing NCD prevention approaches;
gather, analyze and publish NCD-related data;
build capacity and learn how to transfer research into policy-related contexts; and
network with colleagues.

Learn more and register here.

The course is jointly developed by the WHO European Office for the Prevention and Control of Noncommunicable Diseases (NCD Office), WHO collaborating centres and partner organizations.
Please feel free to share the information on the WHO NCD training course 2022 among your professional networks.

Call for a Masters degree program with Stellenbosch University, Division of Health systems and Public Health


The Division of Health Systems and Public Health in the Department of Global Health, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University, invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Health Systems. This is a two-year part time programme, primarily offered online with some face-to-face engagements (depending on COVID-related restrictions, this training may be delivered via an online platform and students will not be expected to travel to Cape Town). The goal of the programme is to develop the participant’s knowledge, skills and practices in the field of health systems strengthening and research, and public health. The programme is designed to accommodate practitioners who work full-time, from a range of backgrounds including but not limited to social work, medicine, nursing, economics, health economics, public health, health service management, policy making and non-governmental organisations (NGOs). The training aims to build the research capacity and leadership of the participants in their work, while contributing to knowledge generation in Africa. The MPhil Health Systems programme is differentiated into two streams or tracks, allowing for a focused approach to Health Systems (HS) and Health Economic Evaluation (HEE). The purpose of the HEE track is to equip participants with skills to understand and evaluate the comparative costs and benefits of health system policies, strategies, and interventions to manage uncertainty and inform policy and decision-making using an evidence-based approach.


• A qualification at NQF 8 according to the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) is a required. If you are an international student, you must obtain SAQA certificate for qualifications from non-South African institutions. • You must demonstrate the necessary academic ability and equivalent professional experience in health systems and or public health. • Mathematics at National Senior Certificate (NSC) level, computer literacy and fluency in written and spoken English. • A minimum of 3-5 years experience in health systems or public health. For more information and application process contact Tracey Pietersen at or apply online at

Closing dates for applicants are the 31 August 2022 for international applications and 30 September 2022 for national applications.

The Burdett Trust for Nursing RISE Symposium coming soon!

Join us in Cape Town for The Burdett Trust for Nursing RISE Symposium 2022: Connecting Excellence in Nursing Research at the University of Cape Town from 23-25 November 2022.

The Burdett Trust for Nursing RISE symposium offers a unique opportunity for nurses and midwives to focus on Research for Impact, Success and Evidence-led health outcomes. The symposium will enable and fulfil your potential to RISE.


Enhance your professional and personal development
Improve career prospects
Network with local and global health nursing and midwifery researchers
Hear about the career journeys of early career to established career research colleagues
Understand how you can use research to lead and influence health care policy
How to bring impactful evidence-led change to health outcomes within the community you work in

The Burdett Trust for Nursing RISE Symposium 2022: Connecting Excellence in Nursing Research, on the 23 November 2022, is a precursor event to The Global Health Network Conference 2022: Enabling Health Research in Every Healthcare Setting following on 24-25 November 2022.

The Burdett Trust for Nursing is funding 25 Scholarship Awards for nurses and midwives to attend the RISE Symposium 2022 & The Global Health Network Conference 2022.

The Burdett Trust for Nursing is funding 25 Scholarship Awards for nurses and midwives to attend the RISE Symposium 2022 & The Global Health Network Conference 2022.

The deadline for scholarships applications is midnight (BST) 10 September 2022.

To register or to apply for a scholarship click here