Mentoring to Increase Leadership for Health in South Africa
WHEN Wednesday | 15 Mar, 4:00 PM
WHERE 238 HRCB
South Africa faces many public health challenges. Learn from a professional about the study and promotion of mentoring as a national strategy to increase competence in executive leadership in order to improve health and health care systems in South Africa.
Eunice Seekoe is the head of the School of Health Sciences at the University of Fort Hare. Seekoe has held various management positions in public health, has been the recipient of scholarship awards from the Human Sciences Research Council, the National Research Foundation, and the Medical Research Council and has collaborated with over five international universities. Her specialties include mentoring for sustainable rural public health and evaluation of health policies and health facilities.
Co-sponsored by the Department of Health Sciences.