The School bid farewell to three long-standing colleagues at a special occasion to acknowledge their invaluable contributions to the School.
In November this year, third year medical students completed a short pilot course to introduce them to South African Sign Language (SASL).
Prof Di McIntyre, a legend in health economics circles, made an impassioned plea to Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi in her valedictory lecture on 9 November 2017.
Nine UCT students and alumni have started their journey as part of top 100 of the continent’s Brightest Young Minds.
Eleven new Fellows were inducted into UCT’s prestigious College of Fellows this year at a ceremony and dinner held on 11 October 2017
Congratulations to staff in the School on their Ad Hominem Promotions
The Centre for Infectious Diseases Epidemiology and Research (CIDER) hosted a workshop aimed at building capacity in Africa for the surveillance of poor birth outcomes by developing the science of teratovigilance in October 2017.