1 MBCHB(medicine undergraduates years 1-6), 2.BACHELOR OF DENTAL SURGICAL SURGERY(years 1-4(
5 occupational therapy,
TEACH ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY REGISTRARS (POSTGRADUATES SPECIALIST TRAINING) all of above +Postmortem techniques, mechanism if death and reports.
TEACHING IN ENGLISH MEDIUM FROM INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNISED TEXTBOOKS AND JOURNAL ARTICLES.
1.PRACTICAL WORK:Teach one on one normal histology (microscope slides view) and surgical pathology.
2.Theory:Teach ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY ( aetiology, pathogenesis and macropathology and histology of diseases and complications)
3. Ward examination:Teach clinical skills(examination techniques and interpretation of signs elicted, pathophysiology of signs and symptoms differential diagnosis of signs and symptoms)
4.Analysis of chemical pathology of tests and interpretation
5.CALGARY CAMBRIDGE INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES AND MEDICAL COMMUNICATION
6.Family medicine :practical(examination technique) and theory Drug management.
7. Write up portfolio cases.
8.Prepare case presentation.
Present) at UKZN, Durban, South Africa
Lecturer and examiner in anatomical pathology, family medicine,clinical skills, medical communication and interviews for undergraduates and specialists training in anatomical pathology(post graduates).
Master of philosophy in Health professions education (Jan, 2014–Dec, 2017) from Stellenbosch University
Business management (Jun, 2007–Dec, 2007) from Varsity college, South Africa
Anatomical pathology (Jan, 2000–Dec, 2003) from College of medicine of south africa
Mbchb (Jan, 1991–Dec, 1996) from University of Natal, Durban
Lowest rate for delivery ( PowerPoint with explanation and discussion)of planned lectures topics(student provides topic in advance to customise,)
MODERATE rate (R1800)for clinical teaching (ward examination)
Highest rate,:teaching of surgical pathology (microscope work ):ie histology one on one