DENOSA appreciates the extensive support from all participants who contributed towards the successful 3rd South African Nursesí Conference 2016 as delegates, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors. It has been a platform for all nurses at different levels of care and accountability to engage on current key health and nursing issues with the Minister of Health, the Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer, the South African Nursing Council (SANC), the Council of Higher Education (CHE), the Nursing Academic leaders and other nursing-related directorates (indigenous traditional leaders, gender commissioner and Albinism Society of South Africa).

The feedback received from delegates confirms that the conference was a remarkable success with insightful, thought-provoking and meaningful debates and discussions including areas of improvement. We will be posting the summary with, concrete proposals to strengthen the theoretical and clinical nursing landscape as cited by nurses of South Africa.

All delegates who participated are encouraged to provide feedback by following the link: http://www.denosa.myrsvp.co.za/eval.html.

Abstracts presentations of 2016

Media reports

Gallery 2016

Exhibitors 2016

Sponsors 2016

Day One: Plenary

Making sense of the Nursing strategy

Progress on the Accreditation by the HEQC of Nursing Programmes

Progress in the implementation of the nursing act, 2005

Traditional circumcision and Nursing in South Africa

Highlights of day

Day Two: Plenary

SAN CCPD Monitoring & Support site visits

National Health Insurance (NHI)

Creating a quality revolution in health care

Appraisal of the South African Nursing Structures for Successful Implementation of the National Health Insurance (NHI).

Strengthening the occupational health clinic for management of TB and HIV in the workplace at Universitas Academic Hospital

Closing the gap in research

Highlights of day

Day Three: Plenary

Gender & Health Issues in South Africa

Integrating Traditional Medicine into the Health System

The colonization of nursing and strategies for increasing the counter-narrative

Summary of Conference 2016

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