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Higher Diploma in Medical Management of the College of Public Health Medicine: H Dip Med Man(SA)

Part I

2 years of supervised medical practice which may include the internship year and the year of compulsory community service.

  • Supervised training: A minimum of 16 weeks of supervised medical management training in teaching hospitals or in university satellite departments in non-teaching hospitals or in university satellite departments in non-teaching hospitals or District Health services and CMSA accredited health facilities. This may be done in four three months period over a maximum period of two years.
  • Part-time training: A minimum of two years. Certification is required from the‚Ä®Chief Executive officers or Head of the Departments that candidates have fulfilled the requirements stipulated in Appendix A.
  • Course work: recommended readings as per Guidelines
  • Clinical Audit and Governance meetings: Monthly (at least) clinical audit and governance meetings must be conducted in accredited hospitals
  • Clinical management Meetings: Monthly (at least) clinical audit and governance meetings must be conducted in accredited hospitals
  • Formal discussions: The Medical manager, Senior Medical officers or Chief executive officers should at least do weekly teaching sessions to discuss appropriate medical management problems.

Higher Diploma in Medical Management of the College of Public Health Medicine - R 20000

The regulations for the H Dip Med Man(SA) have been submitted to the HPCSA and we are awaiting their promulgation.

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