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A memorandum of understanding signed in February 2020 between the Free State Depart­ment of Health and the University of the Free State (UFS) was taken stock of at a consultative meeting on Wednesday (18/01) – and it was found to be yielding results. The rendering of quality tertiary health education is one of the many priorities set out in the memorandum. At the meeting are, from the left, Godfrey Mahlatsi (head of the Department of Health), Dr Nomakhuwa Elizabeth Tabane (head of paediatrics and child health in the UFS Faculty of Health Sciences), Dr Engela van Staden (academic vice-rector), Prof. Joyce Tsoka-Gwegweni (acting dean of the faculty), Prof. Nicholas Pearce (head of the UFS School of Clinical Medicine), Dr Eddie Mzangwa (chief executive officer of the Universitas Academic Hospital) and Papi Maarohanye (deputy director general of clinical health service at the department). Photo: Supplied
A memorandum of understanding signed in February 2020 between the Free State Depart­ment of Health and the University of the Free State (UFS) was taken stock of at a consultative meeting on Wednesday (18/01) – and it was found to be yielding results. The rendering of quality tertiary health education is one of the many priorities set out in the memorandum. At the meeting are, from the left, Godfrey Mahlatsi (head of the Department of Health), Dr Nomakhuwa Elizabeth Tabane (head of paediatrics and child health in the UFS Faculty of Health Sciences), Dr Engela van Staden (academic vice-rector), Prof. Joyce Tsoka-Gwegweni (acting dean of the faculty), Prof. Nicholas Pearce (head of the UFS School of Clinical Medicine), Dr Eddie Mzangwa (chief executive officer of the Universitas Academic Hospital) and Papi Maarohanye (deputy director general of clinical health service at the department). Photo: Supplied
Driving force behind health in FS
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