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Department of Paediatrics
and Child Health
The Department of Paediatrics and Child Health is a large
department in the Faculty of Health Sciences, encompassing
the field of general paediatrics as well as a full spectrum of
paediatric medical subspecialties with several affiliated
disciplines, comprising the School of Child and Adolescent
Health. The Department platformincludes Red Cross War
Memorial Children’s Hospital, Groote Schuur Hospital,
Somerset Hospital, MowbrayMaternity and Victoria Hospital.
All paediatric registrars are now required to register for a
MMed degree as part of their training.
The department has a wide breadth of research
activities with a substantial research output especially
in the areas of priority child health problems such as
tuberculosis, pneumonia, infectious diseases and HIV.
The department has an established clinical research unit
at Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital, which
includes approximately 30 staff members funded on