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2010 Doctors in the public service: too few for too many

In the global market for knowledge and the knowledgeable, health professionals are highly prized, leading to an international migration caro...

2009 Doctors

In South Africa, migration of medical doctors has both internal and external dimensions. Doctors are trained in public-service hospitals and...

2008 Motivating for a gendered analysis of trends within South African medical schools and the profession

In South Africa, in the prestigious profession of medicine, women are still in the minority. Men continue to form nearly three quarters of ...

2006 Doctors in a divided society: the profession and education of medical practitioners in South Africa

Many of the goals of South Africa's new democracy depend on the production of professionals who have not only the knowledge and skills to ma...