Congratulations to Nolonwabo Moyakhe for her winning entry in the 2014 Ethics Alive MPS Undergraduate Bioethics Essay Competition for medical students at the University of the Witwatersrand. The winning essay, entitled “Exploring the right to quality healthcare in South Africa”, looks at the moves towards a nationalised healthcare system and calls for health equality for all, regardless of economic background.
Your chance to write for MPS
We are always looking for contributors for features and articles in MPS publications. After all, as a members’ organisation, we want to see your opinions and concerns reflected in your publication. With a readership of more than 3,000 junior doctors in South Africa, make your voice heard!
If there is anything you’d like to share, be it a debate, a question, or just an account of what it is like to be a junior doctor, please email Sarah Whitehouse, Junior Doctor Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any published contributions may be eligible for up to R500 payment in vouchers, depending on length and quality, but just getting published will stand you in good stead.