The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), in association with the University of Pretoria, is delighted to present the 8th International Clinicians' Course for TB in South Africa to be held from 13-16 August 2015 at no cost*.
The course includes lectures on TB transmission, drug-resistant TB treatment, GeneXpert, diagnosing TB in children and much more. Targeted at clinicians and health-care practitioners, the cooperative award funding will provide a learning opportunity to 50 doctors and health professionals.
There are several places still available and applications are being invited.
Closing date for applications: 30 July 2015.
Interested applicants are requested to submit:
A full CV
Letter of motivation
Letter of support from employer (optional, but recommended)
Submit applications to:
Enquiries: +27 (0)12 434 2500
This course is presented in association with the US Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) and the CSIR.
*Attendance is free to prospective delegates who are approved for registration.
*Terms and conditions: Limited places are available and the selection of delegates will be at the sole discretion of the Organising Committee. Only South African citizens and delegates not previously registered are eligible for the free course. Course fees for non-qualifying applicants are available on request. All accommodation, breakfasts and dinners, travel and subsistence costs are to be borne by delegates (or their employers) and arrangements for these must be handled by delegates themselves.
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