Wellness and health - it’s kind of a bigger deal than ever, but where do you go on this whole wide internet for the best medical advice?
And how often are you finding information that takes on a South African perspective?
That’s why Cipla brings you Health Matters. This is a series that puts experts from across the medical world right in your earbuds or speakers.
Our aim is to provide topical and relevant information on healthcare, with kindness, because Health Matters.
Health Matters. Long COVID with Dr Adrian Wentzel. Season 3. Episode 26.
The COVID-19 pandemic will always be a post-script in our collective lived experience. While for the most part it is
an experience we can mostly confine to the history books, Long COVID has lingered long after the multiple waves if infection.
From fatigue and shortness of breath to
cognitive issues – it’s a complex and challenging condition.
It’s also so difficult to get an accurate picture of its impact, due to its elusive nature but multiple reports, studies and conversations we’ve all had with friends and family, make it clear that a significant number of individuals have experienced lingering symptoms.
To help unravel some of the mystery is Dr Adrian Wentzel - Specialist Anaesthesiologist at St Georges Hospital and Medical Forum Theatres in Gqeberha, South Africa.
Health Matters. Harnessing Simulation for Safer Healthcare with Dr. Marvin Jansen. Season 3. Episode 25.
Often when we think of simulation in healthcare, our minds gravitate towards technical skills or how to handle specific medical equipment. However, simulation in healthcare is so much more than that.
To discuss that is Dr. Marvin Jansen who holds a PhD in Health Sciences Education and an MPhil in Emergency Medicine. He also
has extensive experience in training the next generation of healthcare heroes locally and abroad.
Health Matters. Sha’p Left with Dr Harold Amaler. Season 3. Episode 24.
This episode is brought to you by Sha’p Left.
For many people, especially those living in peri-urban and rural areas, access to quality, affordable primary healthcare services pose a significant challenge. Existing medical facilities are often over-burdened and congested and may be difficult and costly to reach.
Sha’p Left is a patient-centered, cost aware, nurse driven primary healthcare service that treats people closer to home, in their local communities.
Dr Harold Amaler is Cipla’s Resident Expert and CSI Advisor and he'll be telling us how The Cipla Foundation provides infrastructure, systems and support to highly qualified Sha’p Left nurse practitioners to enable the delivery of accessible, quality and affordable care in a dignified setting.
Health Matters. Understanding Allergy with Dr Corli Lodder. Season 3. Episode 23.
Did you know that Allergic Rhinitis is one of the most common chronic medical conditions, and THE most common chronic disease in children?
Dr Corli Lodder is the founder of the Allergy and Asthma clinic in George, in the Western Cape. She is a GP with a special interest in allergic disease, and a member of The SA Allergic Rhinitis Working Group - a focus group of the
Allergy Society of SA… and she is here to help us learn more about allergies, and share some useful advice on how to deal with them.
Health Matters. Pain with Dr Konrad Von Hagen. Season 3. Episode 22.
Dr. Conrad von Hagen is an esteemed medical doctor in the sporting world, but one of the most common questions he receives from his general patients is about the subject of pain.
In this final episode of the series with the good doctor, we discuss the topic of pain.
Health Matters. inflammation with Dr Konrad Von Hagen. Season 3. Episode 21.
Our series with Dr. Konrad von Hagen continues on Health Matters and in this episode the World Cup winning doctor talks to us about inflammation and how to manage it.
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