Medical Chronicle investigates

Obstetrics Noose Tightens It is becoming increasingly difficult for obstetricians to practice in SA. Astronomical litigation for possible complications and the resultant lack of insurance cover are part of the problem. Medical Chronicle investigates this growing concern.   Pull-out Wound Care Supplement Much has changed in the field of wound care over the past decade. […]

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Woman’s Health takes Centre Stage

Women’s health is the focus of the April issue of The Specialist Forum to coincide with the South African Society for Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Congress to be held in Cape Town from 18-21 May and Women’s Health Week from 11-17 May.   Topics, ranging from osteoporosis, fertility, obstetrics as well as cervical and […]

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Looking back to the future

The new issue of LMS begins by Looking Back to the Future to explore some of the great scientific achievements that 2013 has brought us. 2014 has only just arrived and with it great excitement over a number of scientific innovations to look forward to, including space travel. Already researchers are making headway in cancer […]

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Latest bathroom, walling and energy efficiency trends

Leading Architecture & Design’s first issue of 2014, January/February examines the latest trends in bathrooms, walling and energy efficiency. Mellet & Human Architects is the practice we profile, and the projects featured include Strauss Daly place (an Elphick Proome Architects designed modern, contemporary office building designed to attract blue chip tenants and shareholders. The project […]

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EM goes diverse

Taking in an urban park, a majestic golf course and alien vegetation, the February/March issue of Environmental Management is a diverse one. We start off with eth Inner City Metro Park – previously a dumpsite for construction rubble, and later an informal taxi rank, the 31 405m² site in Newtown, Johannesburg has been revitalised into […]

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Specialist Forum covers range of topics!

From cardiology and neurology to haematology and rheumatology – these are just some of the topics that are covered in the March issue of The Specialist Forum. Prof James Ker of the department of internal medicine at the University of Pretoria writes about the diagnosis and management of stable angina pectoris, while US wound care […]

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