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SMU Newsletter: 7th Edition 2018

Phelophepha was established in 1994 as Transnet’s flagship Corporate Social Investment (CSI) project. The second train was introduced in 2012 due to the growing demand. Phelophepha Trains 1 & 2 have been touching 23.5 million people by giving them access to primary health care in Limpopo, Northern Cape, North West, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Free […]

SMU Newsletter: 6th Edition 2018

Ever conscious of their responsibility towards the less fortunate members of the community around them, the staff and students of SMU elected to spend their 67 minutes living the legacy of Nelson Mandela.

SMU Newsletter: 5th Edition 2018

SMU’s vision of knowledge for quality health services is bearing fruit as several students are waving the university flag to lofty heights. Recently, Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University Association of Pharmacy Students (SMUAPS) clinched five awards at the South African Pharmaceutical Students Federation (SAPSF) conference. SAPSF serves and promotes pharmacy students by working towards professional […]

SMU Newsletter: 4th Edition 2018

Ms. Anri Human, SMU Physiotherapy Lecturer and PhD candidate scooped the Three Minutes Thesis (3MT) national competition and the people’s choice awards. The audience votes on the most convincing 3MT presentation. The title of her presentation was ‘To train or not to train’ focusing on the effect of inspiratory muscle training on clinical outcomes and […]

SMU Newsletter: 2nd Edition 2018

School of Pharmacy hosted the Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) workshop for public health care centre  institutions that included tertiary, district and  community health care centres. The aim of the Enhancing  Appropriate Antimicrobial and Vaccine Use via Mobile Health  and Other Techniques in the Republic of South Africa  (ENAABLERS) workshop was to teach the principles of AMS and […]

SMU Newsletter: 1st Edition 2018

SMU envisages to be the benchmark institution providing holistic health services education that meets the health needs of the South African population at large. During the 2018 academic year, SMU will continue to train the health and science professionals with the of realizing its vision.

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