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Medicine

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Background

Namibia

Oipindi yoipa yoinamwenyo yoondongi yakelelwa kongonga hangano yAfrica

Oshikondo shililepo eameno loinamwenyo menenedu oshati osha tambulako nomaoko ashambekelwa  elombwelo lovaleli voilyo longo yongonga hangano ya Africa,  opo kuxulifwepo oipindi  yoikafa  yoondongi kova China menenedu. Eelopota doshikundaneki sho BBC oda popya kutya,  oshikafa shoondongi osha kala noku longifwa kova China oku dulukapo omuti wouhaku wopamufyuulukwakalo hawiifanwa Ejiao. Otaku lopotwa pefimbo loshongalele shovaleli voilyo longo yongonga hangano ya Africa (AU) osho sheya pexulilo moshondaxa mo Adis Ababa sha Ethiopia,  vadimina […]

todayFebruary 20, 2024

Opinion Pieces

Literature inspired my medical career: Why the humanities are needed in health care

Medicine is as much about the human experience as it is about biology. Jonathan Knowles/Stone via Getty Images Irène Mathieu, University of Virginia While there is a long history of doctor-poets – one giant of mid-20th-century poetry, William Carlos Williams, was famously also a pediatrician – few people seem to know this or understand the power of combining the humanities and medicine. As a published poet and scholar of the […]

todayJanuary 10, 2024 3

Business / Economics

The Alexforbes Lead Story – 12 December

The Namibian Association of Medical Aid Funds recently announced that medical aid tariffs for 2024 would remain unchanged from those of 2023, a move the Namibia Private Practitioners Forum says essentially means a reduction in benefits for fund members. Representative Eben De Klerk tells us more.   https://iono.fm/e/1389719  

todayDecember 13, 2023 704

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