By Sipho Ndereya The Patient Partner Project was introduced to me as a Special Study Module (SSM) in my second year as a medical student at the University of Cape Town (UCT). The project description advertised an opportunity to deepen
By Nazneen Pilodia We closed off a year of early morning lectures, long nights of studying, and lots of hard work with a jam-packed exam week and left for Belgium the very next day. Fresh out of end-of-semester exam week,
At the end of our fifth CASO staff meeting, and as we enter the final stretch of our project, it is a good time to look back, reflect, and take stock. I have previously written about how much I have
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Over the last year and half, I have come to realise that a partnership, such as CASO, is a bit like a marriage. Both begin with a proposal. There is an engagement period, an exchange of promises and intentions, a