HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Dr Ahluwalia talking about the the preparedness of universities and TVET colleges amidst COVID-19 – 15 Oct, Morning Live
As some tertiary education students gear up to begin writing examinations, how healthy is the environment at these institutions given the most extraordinary seven months South Africans have been through? Morning Live speaks with HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia, on the preparedness of universities and TVET colleges, how COVID-19 has affected students and where help can be found.
#Exams2020 – SABC 2 Morning Live asks if universities and TVET colleges are prepared, 15 Oct
As some tertiary education students gear up to begin writing examinations, how healthy is the environment at these institutions given the most extraordinary seven months South Africans have been through? Morning Live speaks with HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia, on the preparedness of universities and TVET colleges, how COVID-19 has affected students and where help can be found.
HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Dr Ahluwalia discusses year-end exams during a pandemic – 14 Oct, ENCA
On Friday HIGHER HEALTH’s latest protocol for the post-school education and training sector on how to conduct invigilated examinations during the COVID-19 pandemic was released. Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia, CEO of HIGHER HEALTH, discusses these guidelines to safe exams with Jane Dutton on ENCA.
HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Dr Ahluwalia discusses protocols for safe exams – 13 Oct, SAfm
Higher Education, Science and Innovation Minister Dr Blade Nzimande on Friday released Higher Health’s latest protocol for the post-school education and training sector on how to conduct invigilated examinations during the COVID-19 pandemic. HIGHER HEALTH CEO Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia elaborates on the three pronged approach to safe exams.
HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Dr Ahluwalia talking about the Mobile Clinic units – 28 Sept, Lotus FM
28 September Lotus FM: Interview with HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia, on efforts to curb the spread of Covid-19 at institutes of higher education in SA that are underway. A new policy framework developed by the Department of Higher Education and Training now compels institutes of higher education to take the coronavirus more seriously with the introduction of 10 mobile health clinics at disadvantaged campuses.
HIGHER HEALTH CEO Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia, engaging on exam period & COVID-19 – 10 October Newzroom Afrika
Newzfeed Weekend discussed how examinations will take place in person with the CEO of HIGHER HEALTH, Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia as South Africa’s institutions of higher learning are readying themselves for the return of students allowed by lockdown level 1 regulation as the December examinations will take place. The Department of Higher Education with HIGHER HEALTH developed and released a set of guidelines to ensure that the post-schooling education and training sector is protected from cluster outbreaks.
HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Dr Ahluwalia talks on the newly launched Mobile Clinic units – 26 Sept, SABC News
26 September SABC News: Higher Health, an institution devoted to student health, wellness and psycho-social wellbeing in the post-schooling education sector recently launched 10 fully furnished mobile clinic units, and the units will enhance health services at TVET, CET colleges and universities around the country. Now to discuss this further Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia, HIGHER HEALTH CEO joined SABC’s SA Today programme via Zoom.
HIGHER HEALTH CEO Dr Ahluwalia on SAFM discussing the newly launched Mobile Clinics
On 17 September SAfm’s the Viewpoint discusses the provision of ten fully furnished mobile clinic units to render health services at TVET Colleges around the country by HIGHER HEALTH in partnership with the Department of Higher Education, Science and Innovation with HIGHER HEALTH CEO Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia.
HIGHER HEALTH CEO Dr Ahluwalia on eNCA talking about the newly launched Mobile Clinics
HIGHER HEALTH CEO Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia discusses health challenges at TVET colleges and how ten fully furnished mobile clinic units launched on 17 September will help to enhance health services in these institutions of higher learning. The health fleet programme is driven by HIGHER HEALTH, a national agency that is devoted to student health and wellness in partnership with the Department of Higher Education, Science and Innovation.
HIGHER HEALTH CEO, Dr. Ramneek Ahluwalia chats about Condom and STI Awareness in South Africa.
Host of #TheMainSwitch, Rapz, is in conversation with the CEO of HIGHER HEALTH, Dr. Ramneek Ahluwalia. HIGHER HEALTH is dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of nearly two million students in the post-school education system. They have an extensive chat about Condom and STI Awareness, the stigmas surrounding it and what HIGHER HEALTH is actively doing to create this awareness.
NGO calling for urgent action
HIGHER HEALTH is urgently calling on all higher education institution leaders to come up with accountability processes to help improve the safety and wellbeing of women across campuses. Courtesy #DStv403
Vice-chancellors at 26 universities call for meeting with Ramaphosa over gender-based violence
Vice-Chancellors at all 26 universities have called for a meeting with President Cyril Ramaphosa to discuss the scourge of gender-based violence.
HIGHER HEALTH seeks to reduce incidence of health conditions that may occur during tertiary studies
We are now in conversation with HIGHER HEALTH, a national entity that works on behalf of the Department of Higher Education and Training and under the governance of Universities South Africa
SABC NEWS on 01 December 2014
HEAIDS Director Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia on the progress of HIV Prevention and Treatment in South Africa
The Daily Sun on 11 August 2014
HEAIDS Director Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia on the progress of HIV Prevention and Treatment in South Africa
SABC NEWS on 03 August 2014
HEAIDS Director Dr Ramneek Ahluwalia reports about important findings at the AIDS 2014 Conference in Australia
The New Age on 01 August 2014
About the AIDS 2014 Conference
The New Age on 02 June 2014
About the “HEAIDS Future Beats Launch”
The Daily Sun on 02 June 2014
About the “HEAIDS Future Beats Launch”
SABC on 16 April 2014
About the “HEAIDS First Things First Launch at Goldfields”