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A look at six accredited South African private hospitals and how they managed to operate during COVID.
The COVID pandemic has taught the world many lessons. It shifted paradigms that global public health has taken for granted. The question that remains foremost in the minds of many is this: can health systems be made robust so that when the next pandemic or other disaster hits, we will be ready?
“Always be a little kinder than necessary.” —James M. Barrie
It has taken a pandemic with all the consequences of lack of preparedness and often an inadequate response, for us to realise how fallible we are. There are many lessons on what true leadership should look like and how the absence of leadership can be catastrophic. The success of the response has rested on the hard work of those on the frontline and on the acceptance of citizens to be sensible and follow public health advice.
Learn about how Cambodia adopted a health systems approach for improving the supply of viral transport media (VTM), distribution of personal protective equipment (PPE) through a community-based response system and distance learning through a learning hub for health staff stationed in provincial and referral hospitals.