Table of contents (Vol 9, No 11)
EDITORIAL

Actions to promote public health
 

Global health professionals care a broad condition of human development, some of international colleagues present their new data and new ideas in this regard.

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By Wei Wang, Guorong Ma

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RESEARCH

The Traditional Health Practitioners Act No 22 (2007) of South Africa (Part 2: Resolutions)
 

The study describes the various resolutions of the Act to plan, to develop and to manage traditional healthcare in the future in South Africa.

By Andre Duvenhage, Gabriel Petrus Louw

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The Traditional Health Practitioners Act No 22 (2007) of South Africa (Part 3: Implementations)
 

This study had focused on the various options open to the traditional healers to obtain formal registration as traditional health practitioners in South Africa.

By Andre Duvenhage, Gabriel Louw

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The education and training levels of the South African traditional healer: A present-day perspective
 

This study evaluates the level of education and training of the Southern African traditional healer, with specific reference to the duration of study, place of study and the contents of learned matter.

By Andre Duvenhage, Gabriel Louw

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The present-day diagnosis and treatment model of the South African traditional healer
 

This study determines and describes the present-day diagnosis and treatment model of the South African traditional healer.

By Andre Duvenhage, Gabriel Louw

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Unsaid new practice rights of the traditional health practitioner, as guided by Act No 22 (2007) of South Africa
 

This study evaluates the scope of practice as described in terms of the various definitions of Act No 22. The intention specific was to evaluate the unsaid or unwritten rights of practice and activities that can origin from the Act and its various definitions.

By Andre Duvenhage, Gabriel Louw

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BRIEF REPORT

Hospitals in the home for patients with delirium: No place like home?
 

Management of patients with delirium presents a challenge. Supported discharge with Hospital in the Home (HITH) for patients with delirium was feesible and well-received.

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By Eamonn Eeles, Elizabeth Whiting, Kym Tattam, Karen Hay, Shaun Pandy, Margaret Turner

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