Futureproofing Public Health
What will South Africa and the world look like in 5, 10, 20 years time?
How will this shape government's response to key health systems, public, global and planetary health issues?
Communicable and non-communicable diseases contribute significantly to the global and local burden of disease in South Africa.
The rise of these conditions is a global wicked problem that will burden already complex health systems with dynamic and advancing societies.
Clearly the rise in incidents suggests that it cannot be business as usual. Wicked problems require multifaceted solutions.
How should we re-think public and global health to better prepare us to address the complexities of these rising epidemics?
Reflecting on the health services response to COVID-19
Voices from the trenches: Lessons to influence public health as we know it
Designing health systems for the future: exploring multiple perspectives
The unintended health consequences of COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa
COVID-19 Provincial Occupational Health and Safety Measures
Perspectives – the Epidemiology of COVID-19
A review of the national and provincial response to COVID-19
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