position: Program coordinator of Ukwanda Rural Clinical School of Stellenbosch University
I am a family physician and the program coordinator of the Worcester Rural Clinical School in South Africa. For 12 years I practiced as a rural generalist doctor in a 70 bed hospital and in 2013 I joined the Worcester Rural Clinical School team. In 2017 I took over the coordination of the longitudinal integrated clerkship and the rotation based program at the RCS. I am a bi-lateral amputee and I enjoy hiking, mountain biking and swimming in the sea. I am currently involved with: A research project tracking of the WRCS graduates and documenting their intentions to practice rural or in urban settings.
Editorial 14 June 2020