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CMSA launches Educational
E-platform to support our candidates

It was with great excitement and pride that the CMSA launched its multidisciplinary educational resource E-platform yesterday.  The E-platform was developed in collaboration with the South African Committee of Deans (SACOMD), and in partnership with Life Healthcare to support post-graduate medical and dental training in South Africa and to support candidates preparing for their examinations. The CMSA is committed to improve the health of all South Africans and we anticipate that it will have a much wider impact in Sub-Saharan Africa.


learn@cmsa represent a new chapter in the transformation of the CMSA in its support of our candidates. Prof Johan Fagan

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