Annual Dr Stuart Saunders Lecture

30 January 2020 | Videography DIG Sound and Lighting. Video edit Mad Little Badger. Photos Brenton Geach.

Dr Solomon Benatar, Emeritus Professor of Medicine at the University of Cape Town (UCT) presented the second annual Dr Stuart John Saunders Lecture on 27 November 2019.

He addressed the disconnects in South Africa between healthcare policies and their implementation during his speech entitled ‘Healthcare and Professionalism in the 21st Century’.



Source for data in 2nd SJS Lecture UCT 2019

Slide 4. Various Google searches

Slide 5. video clip 18. Gapminder slides.

Slide 6. Data cited in Benatar et al Global Public Health 2017 DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2017.1407813

Slide 7. Changing Levels & Trends in Mortality WHO.

Slide 8, 9. World Bank - Our world in data - Maternal mortality.

Slides 10, 12, 13, 23, 29. World Mapper.

Slide 11. Global malaria.

Slide 14. World Debt Figures.

Slide 25. Africa: The billions that got away – TrustAfrica Mail and Guardian.

Slide 19. Champagne Glass Distribution of Wealth (from Conley (2008).

Slide 20. Photo: Johnny Miller / Unequal Scenes.

Slide 22. Emerging Infections. Gov UK.

Slide 24. Refugees in Darfur.

Slide 26. Sources listed on the slide

Slide 27. Stuart Conway.

and World's richest 10% produce half of global carbon emissions, says Oxfam.

Slide 28. Ecological footprint Network.

Country Debt.

Slide 29. Climate change risk areas.

Various mortalities World Mapper

Slide 30. Barnosky et al Nature 7th June 2012. Approaching a State Shift in Earth’s Biosphere.

Slide 32. Benatar et al Oxford Handbook of Global Health Politics 2019

Slide 32. Historical marginal tax rate.

Slide 34. Wikipedia.

and New Study Finds Persistent Peril from Urban Coal Soot in China and Indoor Smoke in India.

Slides 37, 38. Cited from Benatar & Upshur. Clinical Medicine. 2014: 14(5), pp 495-9.

Slide 40. Sources listed on slide

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