EVENT: KZN Regional Meeting 21 November 2017

2017-11-21 - 2017-11-21

100 Venice Road

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The next HSA Regional Meeting in KZN will be held on the 21th November 2017 at the St James on Venice Road.  Please note this will be awarded 4 Level 2B CPD points as well as 2 Level 1 Points.

Please find the invitation and agenda below.



Date: 21 November 2017

Time: 18:00 for 18:30

Venue: St James on Venice, 100 Venice Rd Morningside

Sponsor: Himalaya

Chair: Dr Abbey Wagner

CPD Points: 6 (including 4 Level 2.B.1 – Bioethics and Jurisprudence)

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.


18:00 – 18:30 Arrival, Tea/Coffee and Light snacks


18:30 – 19:00 HSA Meeting Agenda


  1. General
  2. Sponsor Introduction


19:00 – 21:00 Code of Ethics, Including Guidelines for Good Practice and Guidelines for Making Professional Services Known: A Synopsis. – Presented by Dr Louis Mullinder


21:00 – 21:10 Closing and Date of Next Meeting (Dr Abbey Wagner)


Dr Louis Mullinder


Dr. Louis Mullinder is the current Registrar of the Allied Health Professions Council of South Africa. He achieved his Bacculaureus Procurationis at the University of the Witwatersrand in 1978 and from here went onto acquire his Masters degree in Homoeopathy in 2003. He completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Cyber Law through the University of Johannesburg and then in 2012 a certificate in Corporate Governance through UNISA. More recently he has furthered his training in short courses on Child rights and child law for health and allied professionals as well as Medical Negligence and Health Sector Mediation through the University of Cape Town in 2012 and 2016 respectively. His most recent achievements, through the University of Pretoria, include his M Phil (Medical Law and Ethics), completed with distinction. His dissertation was completed on a comparative study of the criminalisation of the violation of a corpse in context of traditional medicine in sub-equatorial Africa, including consideration of customary law.


Dr. Mullinders work experience ranges from enjoying private practice to lecturing at the University of Johannesburg and now as the Registrar of the AHPCSA. One of his many achievements included a most valued personal commendation on leaving the Protocol Division as Head of State Visits from Mr Nelson Mandela in 1997: ‘Best wishes to a hard-working and highly motivated diplomat, who has earned our respect’.