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The vision of the new South Africa entailed addressing all inequalities of the past, meaning people will have equal access to the basics of life.
This meant people can have access to health care irrespective of their economic status and geographic location.
This book is aiming at highlighting one of the challenges the South Africa health service has in ensuring that all South Africans have equal access to holistic health care, which is adequate training which focuses on holistic care.
The South African vision of a national health care system is based on the principles of universal primary health care.
This vision opens up access to provision of holistic health care to everyone.
This book explores the use of nurses as gate-keepers of primary health care, as well as identifying if these gate-keepers are well equipped to providing a holistic health care most particularly mental health care.
The book discusses the capability and skills the nurses have in order to identify and manage minor mental health problems that are presented in their community clinics as well as health centres.
is a trained counselling psychologist.
She has developed a broad range of skills through working at the university(UKZN) where she was involved in student development & counselling.
Has been involved in a number of government projects such as the Gauteng Health 15 year review, other project include the assessment of the HIV/AIDS program in Gauteng.
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