Registration is now open for MSF Scientific Day Southern Africa 2016 to be held on Thursday 9 June 2016, 9.00�16.00 at the University of Witwatersrand School of Public Health, Johannesburg.
Full programme is available here
Join us for a stimulating day of peer-reviewed abstract presentations from MSF's medical humanitarian operations around the world � including the impact of engaging mothers in screening their children for malnutrition, operational strategies from our HIV programmes to reach the global 90-90-90 targets and innovative apps to improve the quality of antibiotic prescribing � as well as debate around delivering healthcare to vulnerable displaced populations in Africa and Europe.
The full day event is free of charge, with refreshments provided. Booking is essential.
Posters amp; exhibits will be on display.
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MSF Scientific Days aim to connect audiences � across countries, organisations, disciplines � to enable critical analysis and debate on medical research and innovation around issues of access to healthcare
Linked events will be held in London (20 amp; 21 May) and New Delhi (28 May)
MSF Scientific Day Southern Africa 2016 is endorsed by Health-e News, the South African Medical Journal (SAMJ), The University of Witwatersrand, Lancet Global Health and F1000 Research.
SOURCE:Medecins sans frontiAres (MSF).