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The Infection Control Society of Southern Africa “ICSSA” is a body corporate and is vested with all the powers and obligations required for achieving its objectives. The purpose of the Society is to undertake the business of ICSSA of promoting the development and exchange of knowledge, information and ideas in support of the prevention and control of hospital and community associated infections.


The Infectious Diseases Society of Southern Africa (IDSSA) aims to support infectious diseases physicians and allied healthcare workers in the field of adult infectious diseases, providing leadership at a national and regional level. Our objectives are to advance the understanding of infectious diseases, fostering greater collaboration between clinical- and laboratory-based practitioners and to advocate for increased resources for infectious diseases, developing training units and training programmes within southern Africa.
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The South African Society for Clinical Microbiology key objectives include the monitoring of antimicrobial resistance patterns in the public and private medicine sector in South Africa including the publication of antibiotic resistance patterns in selected publications. Membership shall consist of microbiologists and pathologists employed solely in public or private laboratories in Southern Africa plus nominated pharmaceutical representatives of co-sponsors.
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The Southern African Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases was established at the biennial conference of the South African Paediatric Association on 31st May 2008 at Sun City. A constitution was discussed and adopted after insightful contributions from colleagues.


The South African Society of Travel Medicine (SASTM) was formed in 2000 with the purpose of addressing the needs of all those involved in travel medicine and health. The Society welcomes as its members all who are involved in this field, allowing all to have an equal vote in the development of the Society and in the election of the office-bearers.
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THE SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN AFRICA promotes the scientific studies of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) We encourage the teaching of STD in universities, schools of medicine and colleges of nursing. Other objectives include increasing the public awareness of STD, as well as to promote education and the dissemination of information regarding the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of ST
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