Prof. Petra Brysiewicz Communicating PI

Professor Petra Brysiewicz is a full professor in the School of Nursing & Public Health at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. She is currently involved in teaching Trauma/Emergency Nursing at undergraduate and postgraduate level as well as Qualitative Research Methods course at master’s level. Professor Brysiewicz is the immediate past president of Emergency Nurses Society of...
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Prof. Mosa Moshabela

Prof Moshabela is the Dean and Head of School for the School of Nursing and Public Health, UKZN. Dr Moshabela is trained as a medical practitioner (MBChB), and specialized in Family Medicine and Primary Health Care (M Fam. Med). He has received focused training in the practice of HIV Medicine (Dip HIV (SA)), a public health priority area in South Africa. He has also completed doctoral studies...
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Prof. Fatima Suleman

Professor Suleman is Professor in the Discipline of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Health Sciences, UKZN. Her professional work has been focused on setting medicine pricing policy and practice both nationally and internationally. She was awarded the Distinguished Teachers’ Award in 2010 by the UKZN for her role in curriculum development and innovative teaching practices. She has a C2-rated...
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Prof. Doug Wassenaar

Professor Wassenaar is a Professor in Psychology at the UKZN School of Applied Human Sciences (Pmb). His focus for the last 15 years has been on building research ethics capacity for researchers and research ethics committees in developing country settings. Prof Wassenaar’s role in DRILL will be to contribute to overall program management and specifically oversight of the Research Ethics and...
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Dr Suvira Ramlall

Dr Ramlall is the Clinical Head of Psychiatry at King Dinuzulu Hospital in Durban. She is both an active clinician and academic involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. She is the secretary of the College of Psychiatrists, and is also involved in examining registrars nationally. Her areas of interest are depression, spirituality and psychiatry, cognitive disorders,...
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