Guidelines, Manuals & Instructions: N
Cervical cancer, along with maternal deaths, has been identified as a national priority in South Africa as well as other Sub-Saharan African countries. Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in South Africa, after breast cancer. Due to limited access to prevention, early diagnosis and treatment, cervical cancer is often fatal.
Information and guidelines for the elderly and health workers on how to prevent falls of older persons which can and often do result in disability and even death.
Comments to: Marco Morgan, Strategic and Integrated Planning, 9 Dorp St, Cape Town, phone: 021 483 2605, fax: 021 483 7358, e-mail: email@example.com
The Nursing Information Management System (NIMS) programme enables the activated Western Cape health facilities to book agency nurses electronically, access to the resource has to be granted by the Directorate: Nursing Services.