By Lieselot Vandenbroeck, Nursing Student, KdG Well well, it took me some time but here I am with my blog! But no worries, I have a lot to write about. With my two Belgian companions, I arrived on the 17th
By Jana Vandenwyngaerden, Nursing Student, KdG Molo! Is Xhosa for ‘Hello’. This is one of the many things I have learned this week. Though my Xhosa is still a little bit rusty (loool liar liar pants on fire) I had
Meet, Sofie, Mabel, Nora and Leonie, the CASO students participating in thePatient Partner Programme. Using art, workshops and other activities the CASO Students aims to inform communities about the challenges of having a stroke. Follow the activities and keep updated
By Jana Vandenwyngaerden Whoops few days too late with the 3rd blog but I worked 12 hour shifts for the first time in my life so I’m a little bit dead’isch now… Please will someone massage my back and feet???
By Charlotte Libeer How Did I Get Here?? I still remember when I applied for the project. It was October. The school year had just started and we were overloaded with work. Assignments, exams, internships, … Very busy business. Untill