Shabir Moosa
Shabir Moosa
Wits University
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Human resources for primary health care in sub-Saharan Africa: progress or stagnation?
ML Willcox, W Peersman, P Daou, C Diakité, F Bajunirwe, V Mubangizi, ...
Human resources for health 13 (1), 76, 2015
Exploring the key principles of Family Medicine in sub-Saharan Africa: international Delphi consensus process
R Mash, R Downing, S Moosa, J De Maeseneer
South African Family Practice 50 (3), 60-65, 2008
Free breakfasts in schools: design and conduct of a cluster randomised controlled trial of the Primary School Free Breakfast Initiative in Wales [ISRCTN18336527]
L Moore, GF Moore, K Tapper, R Lynch, C Desousa, J Hale, C Roberts, ...
BMC public health 7 (1), 1-12, 2007
Why sub-Saharan African health workers migrate to European countries that do not actively recruit: a qualitative study post-migration
A Poppe, E Jirovsky, C Blacklock, P Laxmikanth, S Moosa, JD Maeseneer, ...
Global health action 7 (1), 24071, 2014
Security and skills: the two key issues in health worker migration
P Bidwell, P Laxmikanth, C Blacklock, G Hayward, M Willcox, ...
Global Health Action 7 (24194), 2014
The inverse primary care law in sub-Saharan Africa: a qualitative study of the views of migrant health workers
S Moosa, S Wojczewski, K Hoffmann, A Poppe, O Nkomazana, ...
British Journal of General Practice 64 (623), e321-e328, 2014
Primary health care in a changing world
J De Maeseneer, S Moosa, Y Pongsupap, A Kaufman
British Journal of General Practice 58 (556), 806-809, 2008
ID‐check: Online Concealed Information Test reveals true identity
B Verschuere, B Kleinberg
Journal of forensic sciences 61, S237-S240, 2016
Understanding of family medicine in Africa: a qualitative study of leaders’ views
S Moosa, R Downing, B Mash, S Reid, S Pentz, A Essuman
British Journal of General Practice 63 (608), e209-e216, 2013
Why there is an inverse primary-care law in Africa
S Moosa, S Wojczewski, K Hoffmann, A Poppe, O Nkomazana, ...
The Lancet Global Health 1 (6), e332-e333, 2013
The views of key leaders in South Africa on implementation of family medicine: critical role in the district health system
S Moosa, B Mash, A Derese, W Peersman
BMC Family Practice 15 (1), 125, 2014
Insights of health district managers on the implementation of primary health care outreach teams in Johannesburg, South Africa: a descriptive study with focus group discussions
S Moosa, A Derese, W Peersman
Human resources for health 15 (1), 1-9, 2017
African leaders’ views on critical human resource issues for the implementation of family medicine in Africa
S Moosa, R Downing, A Essuman, S Pentz, S Reid, R Mash
Human resources for health 12 (1), 2, 2014
A focus group study on primary health care in Johannesburg Health District:“We are just pushing numbers”
S Moosa, A Gibbs
South African Family Practice 56 (2), 147-152, 2014
Introducing a national health insurance system in South Africa: a general practitioner's bottom-up approach to costing
S Moosa, JM Luiz, T Carmichael
SAMJ: South African Medical Journal 102 (10), 794-797, 2012
Community-oriented primary care (COPC) in district health services of Gauteng, South Africa
SAH Moosa
South African Family Practice 48 (4), 6-8, 2006
Emerging role of family medicine in South Africa
S Moosa, W Peersman, A Derese, M Kidd, LM Pettigrew, A Howe, ...
BMJ global health 3 (Suppl 3), e000736, 2018
Insights of private general practitioners in group practice on the introduction of National Health Insurance in South Africa
S Moosa, J Luiz, T Carmichael, W Peersman, A Derese
African journal of primary health care & family medicine 8 (1), 1-6, 2016
Perspectives on key principles of generalist medical practice in public service in sub-saharan africa: a qualitative study
SJ Reid, R Mash, RV Downing, S Moosa
BMC Family Practice 12 (1), 1-9, 2011
A path to full-service contracting with general practitioners under National Health Insurance
S Moosa
SAMJ: South African Medical Journal 104 (3), 154-154, 2014
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