Study of primary care over the whole quadruple burden of disease (HIV/AIDS, TB, maternal and child care, non-communicable diseases, trauma and violence) and in terms of the morbidity profile of primary care in South Africa. This include acute (emergency) care, chronic care and in some cases care provided in the midwife obstetric unit. Up-skilling to ensure that primary care doctors are familiar with the latest national guidelines across the whole burden of disease, and refreshed of all the clinical skills required.
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