Staff Directory

Prof Nathaniel Mofolo
Position
Head: School of Clinical Medicine
Department
Support School of Medicine
Address
CRW 51
FAMILY MEDICINE
R1836
Telephone
051 401 3310
Office
Muller Potgieter Building 23
Information

Short CV

  • Head: School of Clinical Medicine
  • Member of the Senate of the UFS
  • Clinical governance and Medico-Legal Expert
  • Health Education and Ethics
  • Management and Leadership

 

Qualifications:

BSc, MBChB, MFam Med, MDP, ALDP (UFS)

Publications (Short List)

 Reviewer for South African Family Practice and African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine Journals

  • Knowledge of prostate cancer among males attending a urology clinic, a South African study Nathaniel Mofolo, Olwethu Betshu, Ogomoditse Kenna, Sarah Koroma, Tlalane Lebeko, Frederik M Claassen and Gina Joubert. Springer Plus 2015, 4:67 (10 February 2015). http://www.springerplus.com/content/4/1/67
  • Knowledge of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis in the Thabo Mofutsanyana District, Free State, South Africa: A grade 10 learner’s project. Letter to the editor: SAMJ 2016;106(7):648
  • An evaluation of factors influencing perceptual experiences and future plans of final-year medical interns in the Free State, 2013–2014, N Mofolo & J Botes (2016) South African Family Practice, DOI: 10.1080/20786190.2016.1225421
  • Adherence to the 30-minute rule in emergency caesarean deliveries due to foetal distress at Pelonomi Tertiary Hospital, Bloemfontein, South Africa:PULA: Botswana Journal of African Studies Vol 31, No 2, 2017

 

Area(s) of Interest

  • Adverse events management
  • Patient Safety
  • Medico-legal and Ethics
  • Practice Management
  • Clinical Governance
  • Emergency Medicine

Courses Presented

  • Refresher Courses: General Practitioners
  • Practice Management
  • Academic/Journal Discussions

Service Learning

Training on

  •  Research Development
  • Medical Ethics and professionalism
  • Management of Adverse Events,
  • Clinical Governance,
  • Root-cause analysis,
  • Essential steps in Management of obstetric emergencies

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