ASAIPA represents 14 IPA’s throughout South Africconsisting of more or less 1120 independent General/Family practitioners and Primary Care Providers in individual and/or group practice. ASAIPA is one of the largest consumer branded networks of primary care practitioners in South Africwhich has a national footprint in every province throughout South Africa.Continue reading →
AFSA recognises that the HIV epidemic is rooted in social and relational phenomena conditioned by environmental, cultural, political and socio-economic drivers. Given the complex reality that HIV affects communities and subgroups differently, AFSA uses strategies that address the social and structural drivers of HIV/AIDS and integrates interventions into a broader sexual and reproductive health framework. AFSA focuses on geographies and populations with elevated risk, thereby effectively and efficiently maximizing prevention impact.Continue reading →
he Arthritis Foundation is a patient-centred, non-profit organisation that is dedicated to education, assistance, and informing the public on the impact and consequences of RMDs. The Arthritis Foundation of SA is the only body in South Africa providing non-medical support for arthritis patients, their families and carers. To do this we are involved in a wide range of education and support programmes, in providing access to information about these diseases, and by advocating the interests of people with arthritis in government, medical and media circles.
The National Office is in Cape Town and supports regional centres in Gauteng and Eastern Cape.Continue reading →
The Association for Dietetics in SA (ADSA) is the professional organisation for Registered Dietitians. The primary aims of the Association are to serve the interests of Dietitians in South Africa and promote the nutritional well-being of the community.Continue reading →
Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI) is an independent, transdisciplinary scientific research institute based across two campuses in the province of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) in South Africa.
AHRI’s research combines population, basic and translational, social, and clinical sciences to understand and intervene in the health and well-being of South African communities.
AHRI works in partnership with local communities and South African academic, governmental, and other policy stakeholders and collaborates with over 60 institutions globally. AHRI prioritises the training of the next generation of African scientists.Continue reading →
The Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus South Africa (ASBAH SA) intends to reach out to the different South African provinces and wants to develop, together with the South-African experts, a place where all persons with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus would be able to receive the right support.Continue reading →
The Aromatherapy Association of South Africa (AromaSA) is a voluntary, non-profit association of members.
It was formed in 2011 as a result of the amalgamation of ASoSA and AromaForum, in order to speak as a single voice for Therapeutic Aromatherapy in South Africa.
Our aim is to promote the professional development of members, uphold and further the interests of registered Therapeutic Aromatherapists.Continue reading →
The Association for Construction Health and Safety Management (ACHASM) is a registered non-profit company and a recognized SACPCMP Voluntary Association (VA), established to provide all those working in the Construction Health and Safety (CHS) field with an advisory and representative body.
ACHASM is committed to promoting the professional interest of CHS Practitioners within the Built Environment, in terms of the Construction Regulations (2014).Continue reading →
The ASCHP is home to community or workplace-based counsellors who work in structured and supervised environments including, but not limited to private Wellness/Counselling Centres or government institutions, schools, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s) including Faith Based, Community Based and Not-for-Profit Organisations, the South African Police Service, Counselling Call Centres, Hospitals, Clinics and Support Agencies, Sports Centres, Education and Training facilities, Health and Emergency services and facilities.Continue reading →
The Association for Peri-operative Practitioners in SA (APPSA) is a professional organisation, dedicated to enhancing the professionalism of peri-operative care The Association strives to empower all its members to deliver quality care and promote safe surgery at all times. APPSA functions under a policy of complete non-discrimination and is impartial to nationality, race, political and religious beliefs. Membership is voluntary and nondiscriminatory.APPSA is a registered Section 21 company and therefore a non-profit organisation.Continue reading →