EVENT: Gauteng Regional Meeting (26 July 2018)

2018-07-26 - 2018-07-26

Corner of Barry Hertzog and Empire Roads (entrance Napier Road),

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Description:

HSA GAUTENG REGIONAL MEETING

Date: 26-07-2018
Time: 17h30 for 18h00
Venue: Resolution Circle Towers
Corner Barry Hertzog and Empire Road (Entrance on Napier Road)
Milpark
Johannesburg
Sponsor: DiscloseAll
Chair: Dr Bianca de Canha
CPD Points: 3
Cost: Free for current HSA members (R500 for non-HSA members)
RSVP: Please visit www.hsa.org.za to sign up for the event [please RSVP as early as possible for
catering purposes]
NB: Be sure to log in to the website before signing up and ensure your membership is up to date as we
will be using this portal to generate your CPD certificates.
AGENDA
17:30 – 18:00 Arrival, tea/coffee and snacks
18:00 – 20:00 Menopause (Dr Natalya Dinat, Specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and
Homoeopath)
20:00 – 20:20 Short company introduction from our sponsor, DiscloseAll
20:20 – 20:50 HSA General Meeting
20:50 – 21:00 Closing and Date of Next Meeting (Dr Bianca de Canha)
PO Box 752347
Gardenview
2047
Tel: 0861114547
Fax: 0866728417
www.hsa.org.za
info@hsa.org.za
Homoeopathic
association of
South Africa
Menopause
by Dr Natalya Dinat (OB/GYN and Homoeopath)
Dr Dinat will use her experience in OB/GYN and Homoeopathy to provide insight on the
physiology of menopause, what happens during a difficult menopause, relevant investigations
and the latest screening tests during menopause. Other difficulties, including menstrual
abnormalities, hormonal changes, headaches, weight change, mood, flushes, and circulatory
changes, will also be discussed.
Dr Dinat will highlight Homeopathy for the difficult menopause as well as non-homeopathic
managements of difficult menopause and discuss whether or not menopause should be
treated as an illness.
Dr Natalya Dinat
Specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and Homoeopath
MD FCOG (SA) MPhil (Pall Med) PGCert Pall Care (KCL) MFHOM (UK) DF HOM (SA)
Dr Dinat has a successful and busy private practice, where she integrates holistic care using
homoeopathy and allopathic medicine, and is the only specialist OB/GYN who is registered
as a homoeopath in South Africa. She is the founder of the academic palliative care public
sector service at the University of the Witwatersrand. This is now fully integrated into the public
sector (sustainable) with a team of 26 staff doing more than 7000 patient consultations per
year. She conceived, piloted and evaluated this specialist service between 1999 and 2009.
After demonstrating successful outcomes, the Department of Health fully absorbed this
service and designated it a Centre of Excellence.
Her research activities started in clinical epidemiology in the area of HIV and women’s health
in 1998. She ran an observational cohort study, following up 634 women for two years and
maintained a retention rate of 86%. Thereafter, she did work in health services development
and evaluation specifically for palliative care. After identifying research priority areas for
palliative care in Southern Africa, she has since concentrated on clinical research in HIV
neuropathy, completing an investigator led RCT in HIV neuropathy. She has successfully led
multidisciplinary research collaborations, and is currently involved in international
collaborations.
She has an interest in ethics of research, specifically on how trial participants actually realise
their rights, on ethics of funding, and the on research trials with vulnerable groups, including
people who are dying. This has led her to work closely with the local communities. With regard
to clinical research, she is interested in qualitative methodology and applying evidenced based
medicine to the individual.

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