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Research outputs: PUBLIC HEALTH CARE SYSTEM
2020 Inequalities and factors associated with adherence to diabetes self-care practices amongst patients at two public hospitals in Gauteng, South Africa
Self- management is vital to the control of diabetes. This study aims to assess the diabetes self-care behaviours of patients attending two ...
2019 Incidence, socio-economic inequalities and determinants of catastrophic health expenditure and impoverishment for diabetes care in South Africa: a study at two public hospitals in Tshwane
Direct out of pocket (OOP) payments for healthcare may cause financial hardship. For diabetic patients who require frequent visits to health...
2017 Factors contributing to patients' satisfaction with public health services in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
A cross-sectional study was carried out among patients to assess the factor structure of their satisfaction with Primary Health Care (PHC) s...
2013 SARRAH impact evaluation: phase 1 (2012/13): strengthen performance management and strategic planning for HIV and health services at national and provincial levels
With new leadership in the Ministry and Department of Health from 2009/10 there has been renewed interest and commitment to organisational r...