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Sunday, 23 July 2017
Clinical Research Data Management At UCT: Know Your Options

Effective clinical data management is key to generating high-quality, reliable and statistically sound data from clinical trials. It is the process of collecting, cleaning and managing clinical data in compliance with regulatory standards. The data that comes out of a clinical trial needs to be high quality data, that is, data that is accurate and suitable for statistical analysis. A researcher does not want to run the risk of having their work disregarded because of missing or inaccurate data.

Publication Date:
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 - 10:15
Celebrating the launch of the 'UCT in Eden' initiative are UCT Vice-Chancellor Dr Max Price, Aniefiok Edem, Prof Gonda Perez and Priyanka Naidu
UCT initiative tackles healthcare worker shortage in Southern Cape

Responding to the urgent national call to increase the numbers of doctors in our country, particularly in rural areas, the Faculty of Health Sciences has joined forces with the Western Cape Department of Health – this time to launch the 'UCT in Eden' initiative. This partnership will see hospitals and community health centres in the greater Southern Cape acting as teaching platforms for UCT final-year health sciences students.

Publication Date:
Friday, June 12, 2015 - 11:30
Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1 budding (in green) from cultured lymphocyte. This image has been coloured to highlight important features.
UCT researchers shine in prestigious health awards

South African universities, including UCT, have received significant awards – a total of US$8-million in the first year – to support research targeting HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and HIV-related disorders and cancers.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 11:00
Prof Lynette Denny
Denny heads new national gynaecological cancer centre

With HIV and TB taking the lion's share of South Africa's medical resources, diseases like cervical cancer take a back seat. This is despite the fact that it's the second commonest cancer among women in the developing world and responsible for 85% of cancer cases and deaths. But the new South African Medical Research Council's Gynaecological Cancer Research Centre hopes to change that. The centre's new head, UCT's Professor Lynette Denny, spoke with Abigail Calata.

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Monday, March 30, 2015 - 16:00

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