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1 COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES HANDBOOK FOR 2015 Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Head of College Professor R. H. Slotow BScHons (Rhodes) MSc (Natal) PhD (California) Dean and Head of School of Clinical Medicine Professor R.J. Hift MBChB, MMed, PhD (Cape Town), FCP(SA) Dean and Head of School of Health Sciences To be Appointed Dean and Head of School of Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences Professor W.M.U. Daniels BSc (UWC), BScHons, MSc, PhD, MBA (Stellenbosch) Dean and Head of School of Nursing and Public Health Professor B.P. Ncama BCur (Unisa), MCur (Natal), PhD (UKZN) RN, RM, RICN, RCHN, RNE College Dean of Research Professor M.J. Chimbari BSc(Lesotho),PhD(Copenhagen) College Dean of Teaching and Learning Professor S.Y. Essack BPharm, MPharm, PhD (UDW) Director: College Professional Services Professor S.J. Botha BSc (PU for CHE), BSc Hons (PU for CHE), MSc (Pretoria), PhD (Pretoria) Manager: College Academic Services Ms R Ramdeyal BA(UNISA), MPA(UKZN)

2 CORRESPONDENCE AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS College of Health Sciences Head Office: Howard College Campus Private Bag X54001 Durban 4000

3 CONTENTS STAFF OF THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES... 1 School of Clinical Medicine... 1 School of Health Sciences School of Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences School of Nursing and Public Health TRANSFORMATION CHARTER 21 SESSIONAL DATES ACADEMIC MONITORING AND EXCLUSION Calculation of Points for the National Senior Certificate GENERAL ACADEMIC RULES FOR DEGREES, DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES Definitions of Terms General Rules GR1 Changes in rules GR2 Degrees, diplomas and certificates GR3 Approval of curricula GR4 College rules GR5 Application to study GR6 Selection requirements GR7 Selection for postgraduate studies GR8 Exemption from a module GR9 Registration GR10 Payment of fees GR11 Concurrent registration GR12 Period of attendance GR13 Module registration GR14 Ancillary, prerequisite and corequisite requirements GR15 Obsolete modules GR16 Duly Performed (DP) certification GR17 DP certification - right of appeal GR18 Examinations GR19 External examination and moderation GR20 Examination scripts GR21 Examination sessions GR22 Supplementary examinations GR23 Special examinations GR24 Standard of supplementary and special examinations GR25 Limitation on awarding supplementary and special examinations... 56

4 GR26 Completion of modules GR27 Pass mark GR28 Completion requirements GR29 Classification of results GR30 Academic exclusion GR31 Academic exclusion right of appeal GR32 Ethics GR33 Reproduction of work Rules for Bachelors Degrees BR1 Applicability BR2 Criteria for admission to study BR3 Periods of attendance BR4 Recognition of attendance BR5 Progression under conditional exemption BR6 Supplementary examinations BR7 Award of degree cum laude and summa cum laude BR8 Deans Commendation BR9 Completion of isizulu module Rules For Honours Degrees HR1 Applicability HR2 Criteria for admission to study HR3 Attendance HR4 Curriculum HR5 Supplementary examinations HR6 Re-examination of prescribed project HR7 Progression HR8 Award of degree cum laude and summa cum laude Rules for Postgraduate Diplomas PR1 Applicability PR2 Criteria for admission to study PR3 Attendance PR4 Curriculum PR5 Supplementary examinations PR6 Re-examination of research project PR7 Progression PR8 Award of diploma with distinction Rules for Masters Degrees by Coursework CR1 Applicability CR2 Criteria for admission to study CR3 Recognition of examinations CR4 Periods of registration CR5 Recognition of attendance CR6 Curriculum... 65

5 CR7 Proposed research topic CR8 Supervision CR9 Supplementary examinations CR10 Failed coursework modules CR11 Progression CR12 Submission of dissertation CR13 Format of dissertation CR14 Supervisor s report CR15 Examination of dissertation CR16 Re-examination of dissertation CR17 Award of degree cum laude and summa cum laude Rules for Masters Degrees by Research MR1 Applicability MR2 Criteria for admission to study MR3 Periods of registration MR4 Curriculum MR5 Proposed subject of study MR6 Supervision MR7 Progression MR8 Submission of dissertation MR9 Format of dissertation MR10 Supervisor s report MR11 Examination MR12 Re-examination of dissertation MR13 Award of degree cum laude and summa cum laude Rules for the Doctoral Degree by Research DR1 Applicability DR2 Criteria for admission to study DR3 Periods of registration DR4 Curriculum DR5 Proposed subject of study DR6 Supervision DR7 Progression DR8 Submission of thesis DR9 Format of thesis DR10 Supervisor s report DR11 Examination DR12 Defence of thesis DR13 Re-examination of thesis Rules for Senior (Unsupervised) Doctoral Degrees DS1 Applicability DS2 Criteria for admission DS3 Period of registration DS4 Subject of study... 73

6 DS5 Submission of thesis DS6 Format of thesis DS7 Assessment Rules for Certificates and Diplomas CD1 Applicability CD2 Admission CD3 Award of Certificate or Diploma with distinction COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES ACADEMIC RULES Undergraduate Diplomas Diploma in Nursing (pipeline students only) Diploma in Oral Health (only available to pipeline students) Bachelors Degrees Bachelor of Communication Pathology (Audiology) (pipeline students only) Bachelor of Audiology (New Curriculum) Bachelor of Communication Pathology (Speech-Language Pathology) (pipeline students only) Bachelor of Speech Therapy (New Curriculum) Bachelor of Dental Therapy (pipeline students only) Bachelor of Medical Science (Anatomy) Bachelor of Medical Science (Physiology) Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) Bachelor of Nursing Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Practice) Bachelor of Occupational Therapy Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (New Curriculum) Bachelor of Optometry Bachelor of Optometry (New Curriculum) Bachelor of Pharmacy Bachelor of Pharmacy (New Curriculum from 2014) Bachelor of Physiotherapy Bachelor of Physiotherapy (New Curriculum) Bachelor of Sport Science Postgraduate Diplomas Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical HIV/AIDS Management (PDCHIV) Postgraduate Diploma in Forensic Health Care Postgraduate Diploma in ehealth Postgraduate Diploma in Occupational Health Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health Honours Degrees Bachelor of Medical Science Honours (Anatomy)

7 Bachelor of Medical Science Honours (Medical Biochemistry) Bachelor of Medical Science Honours (Medical Microbiology) Bachelor of Medical Science Honours (Physiology) Bachelor of Nursing Honours Masters Degrees Master of Audiology Master of Speech-Language Therapy Master of Hand Rehabilitation Master of Health Sciences Masters in Medicine (MMed) Masters of Medicine: (Public Health Medicine) Master in Medicine (Occupational Medicine) Master of Medical Science (Anatomy) Master of Medical Science (Family Medicine)(MMD-FM) Master of Medical Science (Medical Biochemistry) Master of Medical Science (Medical Informatics) Master of Medical Science (Pharmacology) (M-MDSC)(MPHARM) Master of Medical Science (Physiology) Master of Medical Science (Sports Medicine) (Only offered to pipeline students) Master of Medical Science (Telemedicine) Master of Medical Science Research (Medical Informatics) Master of Occupational Therapy Master of Optometry Master of Pharmacy Master of Physiotherapy Master of Public Health Master of Sport Science Master of Philosophy in Group Therapy Doctoral Degrees Anatomy Audiology Medical Biochemistry Medical Microbiology Nursing Occupational Therapy Optics and Imaging Optometry Pharmaceutical Sciences Physiology Physiotherapy Speech-Language Pathology Sport Science Virology

8 15. TeleHealth SYLLABI Anaesthetics Anatomical Pathology Anatomy Chemical Pathology MBChB Communication Pathology-Audiology Communication Pathology-Speech Language Pathology Cardiotharacic Surgery Dentistry Dermatology Emergency Medicine Family Medicine Forensic Medicine Haematology Clinical Sciences Medical Biochemistry Physiology Telehealth LMMS-Research Project Medicine Medical Microbiology Neurology Neurosurgery Nursing Obstetrics and Gynaecology Occupational Health Occupational Therapy Otorhinolaryngology Ophthalmology Optometry Orthopaedics Surgery Paediatrics and Child Health Public Health Pharmacy Physiotherapy Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery MMED-Research Psychiatric Pulmonology and HIV Radiology Radiotherapy and Oncology

9 Occupational Therapy Sport Science MBChB (Old Curriculum) General Surgery Therapeutics and Medicine Management Urology Virology MODULES FROM OTHER COLLEGES In the College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science Geography Chemistry Physics Biochemistry Biological Sciences Microbiology Mathematics In the College of Humanities Psychology Isizulu Studies In the College of Law and Management Studies Information Systems & Technology Management

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11 Health Sciences 1 STAFF OF THE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES School of Clinical Medicine Dean and Head of School Professor R. J Hift Senior Professors Madiba TE MBChB MMED (Natal), LLM, PhD (UKZN), FCS(SA), FASCRS, PGDipIntl Ethics(UCT) (General Surgery) Mody GM MBChB (Natal), MD (Cape Town), FCP(SA), FRCP (London), Fellow of UKZN (Rheumatology) Professors Assounga AGH MD (Congo), CES(France), MScMaths, PhD(USA, Boston) (Nephrology) Bhigjee AI MBChB, MD(Natal), MMED (UCT), FCP(SA), FRCP(UK), MRCP(UK), FCN(SA) (Neurology) Coutsoudis A BScHons (Natal), HED, PhD(Unisa), PhD(Natal) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Hadley GP MBChB (St Andrews), FRCS (Edinburgh) FCS(SA) (Paediatric Surgery) Hift RJ MBChB (UCT), MMED, FCP(SA), PhD (UCT), FRCP(UK) (General Medicine) Madaree A MBCh B MMED (Natal), FCS(SA),FRCS(Eng) (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) Motala AA MBChB MD (Natal), MRCP (UK), FRCP (London), FCP(SA) (Endocrinology) Naidoo DP MBChB MD (Natal), FCP(SA), MRCP(UK), DCH(SA),FRCP(London), FESC, MEd (Natal) (Cardiology) Rout CC MBBS (London), FFARCS(England), FFA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Singh B BSc, MBChB (Natal), FCS (SA), MD (Natal) (General Surgery) Associate Pofessors Bagratee JS MBChB MMED O&G (Natal), FCOG(SA), FRCOG (London), MRCOG, PhD (UKZN) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Bhimma R MBChB (Natal), DCH FCP(Paed)(SA), MMED (Natal), ISN Fellowship Paeds, MD (Natal) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Bobat RA MBChB MD (Natal), FCP(Paed)(SA), MD (Natal), Cert Paed ID(SA), PhD (UKZN) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Burns JK MBChB (UCT), MSc (Edinburgh),FC Psych(SA), PhD (UKZN) (Psychiatry) Cassim B MBChB (Natal), MD (Natal), FCP(SA), FRCP (UK) (Geriatric Medicine) Jeena PM MBChB (Natal), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paeds Pulmonolgy(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Moosa MYS MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), PhD (Wayne State University,USA) (Infectious Diseases) Mosam A MBChB (Natal), FC Derm(SA), MMed (Natal), PhD (UKZN) (Dermatology) Muckart DJJ MBChB (Dundee), MmedSc (Natal), FRCS (Glasgow), Crit Care (SA), ACS (SA) (General Surgery) Newton KA MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (Gastroenterology) Sommerville TE BSc[Med](UCT), MBChB(UCT), MEd[HE](Natal),PhD[HE](UKZN), DA(SA), FFA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Senior Lecturers Aldous, CM BSc (UP), BSc (Hons) (UP), MSc (UP), PhD (University of Twente, The Netherlands) (Clinical & Professional Practice) Daya M MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) Dlova CN MBChB (Natal), FCDerm(SA) (Dermatology) Fuller GAG MBChB (UCT), FRCS(England) (Neurosurgery) Gopalan PD MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) Crit.Care (Anaesthetics) Khan S MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), FACC (Cardiology) Maharajh J MBChB MMED (Natal), FFRad(D)(SA) (Radiology) Moosa AY MBChB (Natal), FCRad(D)(SA), (Radiology)

12 2 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Mubaiwa L MBChB (Zimbabwe), FCP(Paed)(SA), MA(Child Development) (Tufts USA), Paeds & Paed Neurology(HPCSA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Naidoo VG MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCP(SA), Cert Gastroenterology(CMSA) (Gastroenterology) Pirie FJ MBChB (UCT), MD (Natal), FCP(SA) (Endocrinology) Rajput MC MBChB (Natal), MRCP(UK), FCP(SA), FRCP(UK) (General Medicine, Endocrinology) Ramklass SS B Physiotherapy, M.Ed (Tert.Ed), D. Education (Clinical & Professional Practice) Rasool MN BSc(UDW), MBChB (Natal), FCS(Orth)(SA) PhD (Orthopaedic Surgery) Sebitloane HM MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA), MMed O&G (UKZN) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Thejpal R MBChB (Natal), FCP(Paed)(SA), Clin Haem(HPCSA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Thula S MBChB (Medunsa), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Wiersma R BSc, MMedSc (Natal), MBChB (Rhodesia), FRCS(Glasgow), PhD (Rotterdam) (Paediatric Surgery) Wood D MBBCh (Wits), M.Phil (UCT), FCEM (SA), FCEM (UK), B Pharm (Rhodes), DiPEC(SA), DA(SA) (Emergency Medicine) Lecturers Abdel Goad EH MBChB, FCUrol, FRCS(Ireland), FEBU, FICS, MmedSc (Urology) Allopi L MBChB (Natal) FCS (SA) (General Surgery) Anderson F MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA), MMED (UKZN) (General Surgery) Baba S MBChB(UKZN). H Dip (ortho), FCS Orth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Bayat FI MBChB, FCOG (SA) (Obstetric & Gynaecology) Bisetty P MBChB(Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) (Cardiology) Bosman M MBChB (Pretoria), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Brouckaert N BSc, MBChB(Witwatersrand), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Buckels NJ MBBS(London), FRCS(Edinburgh), FRCS(England) (Cardiothoracic Surgery) Chirkut S MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Chhagan U MBChB (Natal), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Conradie MC MBChB, FC Urol (SA) (Urology) Dawood KBA MBChB(Natal),DCH(SA),FCP(Paed)(SA),PG Dip.Clin. HIV/AIDS Man (Paediatrics & Child Health) Dobreva MK MD(Pleven, Bulgaria), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Donda BM MEd(UKZN), BA(Uni Zulu), BA Hons(UniZulu), P.G.C.E(UKZN) (General Medicine) Drummond L MBChB(Witwatersrand), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Dunn J MSc MBChB, MMed(Path)(Witwatersrand), MMed Psych (Natal), MI Biol(London), FF Psych(SA) (Psychiatry) Dukhi A MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Du Trevou MD MBChB (Pretoria), FCS (SA), MMED (Natal) (Neurosurgery) Eriksson L MBChB (Pretoria), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Ghuman M MBChB (Univ of Punjab), MSC.Med(Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Gounden AA MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Govender K FCP(SA), Cert Cardio(SA) (Cardiology) Govender L MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA), MMed O&G (UKZN) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Govender SS MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) FSEM(SA) (General Medicine) Govender ST MBChB, MMED (Natal) (Neurosurgery) Govender V MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA), MMed O&G (UKZN) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Govind M MBChB (Natal), FCRad(D)(SA), MMed Rad (UKZN) (Radiology) Guruvadhu LS MBChB (Natal), FCP (SA) (General Medicine & Nephrology) Hariparshad SP MBChB (Natal), FCP (SA), Cert Nephrology (SA) (Nephrology) Haripersad S MBChB (UKZN), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Jhazbhay K MBChB (Natal), FCPsych (SA) (Psychiatry) Kampik C Staats Examen(Germany), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Karim EB MBChB (Natal), FC Psych(SA), Cert. In Child and Adolescent Psychiatry(SA) (Psychiatry) King HV MBChB (Natal), MCFP(SA), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Kiratu EM MBChB (Nairobi), FCS (SA) Neuro (Neurosurgery) Kistnasami P MBCHB(Natal FCS Orth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Khetsi SPB MBchB, HDip (SA), FCS Orth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Le Roux PAJ MBChB (UCT), FCS (SA) (Neurosurgery)

13 Health Sciences 3 Mabaso NL MBChB(Natal) FCS orth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Mabusha J BSc (Unin), MBChB (Medunsa), HDipOrth (S) FCOrth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Madala ND MBChB, MMED (Natal), MSc Epi(London), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Madansein R MBChB (Natal), FCSCardio(SA) (Cardiothoracic Surgery) Magula NP BSc(UCT), MBChB (Medunsa), FCP(SA), MSc(Clinical Research)(Tufts) (General Medicine) Maharaj AG MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA),CertPaedSurg(SA) (Paediatric Surgery) Maharaj N MBChB (Natal), FCRad(D)(SA) (Radiology) Maharaj S MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), Cert Endo & Metab (SA) Phys (Endocrinology) Maise HC MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Manzini TC MBChB (MEDUNSA), FCP(SA) (Infectious Diseases) Manzini TV MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Maritz M MBChB (Stellenbosch) HDip (SA) FCS Orth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Martin T MBChB (UKZN), DCH(SA), FCP)Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Mashaphu S MBChB (Natal), FCPsych(SA), MMed Psych (Natal) (Psychiatry) Mathenjwa Z MBChB (UKZN), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Matthews, M MBChB (Cape Town) DOH (KZN) (Clinical & Professional Practice) Mody KG MBBChB (Witwatersrand), FC Rad (D) (SA) (Radiology) Moodley D MSc, PhD (Natal) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Moodley Keshnie MBBCh (Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Moodley Kumaran MBChB (WSU), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Moodley MS MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Motala, M MBChB(Natal),FCS(SA),DCH(SA) (Clinical & Professional Practice) Movson IJ MBChB (Pretoria), DMRD (London) (Radiology) Mtshemla S MBChB (Natal), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Mugabi A MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), Cert Cardiol(SA) (Cardiology) Munasur M MBChB(UCT), FCSCardio(SA) (Cardiothoracic Surgery) Mungherera A MchB(BMU), HDipOrtho (SA) FCS Orth(SA) BMU (Orthopaedic Surgery) Nadvi SS MBChB (Natal), FCS (SA) Neuro, MD.(Natal) (Neurosurgery) Naidoo L MBBCh (Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) (Pulmonology) Naidoo K MBChB (Natal), FCS (SA) Neuro (Neurosurgery) Naidoo K MBChB, HDip (SA), FCS Orth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Naidoo Maseelan MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Naidoo Morgan MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Naidoo P MBBChB (Witwatersrand), FC Rad (D) (SA) (Radiology) Naidoo R MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Naidu S MBChB(Medunsa), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Nair N MBChB (UCT), DCH(SA), DA(SA), MMED Sci (UKZN), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Ndzamela N MBChB (WSU), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Neethling B MBChB (Stellenbosch), FCP(Paed (SA),Cert Paed Haem(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Padayachee A MBChB (Natal) MMED(Natal) (Otorhinolaryngology) Panday M MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Patel H MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCS (SA) (Urology) Patel N MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (Rheumatology) Patel VB MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), FCP(SA) Neurology, MBA(UDW), PhD(Natal) (Neurology) Parag B MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), Cert Nephrology (Nephrology) Parag P MBChB (Natal), FCRad(D)(CMSA) (Radiology) Paruk F MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) Cert Rheum (General Medicine) Paruk IM MBBCh(Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) Cert Endo & Metab (SA) Phys (Endocrinology) Paruk S MBChB (Natal), FCPsych(SA), FC(Cert. In Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)(SA), MMed Psych(Natal) (Psychiatry) Porter A MBChB (Natal), FC Psych (SA) (Psychiatry) Radebe L MBChB(UKZN), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Rajcoomar SP MBChB (Medunsa), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Ramaema DP MBChB (CapeTown) FC Rad (D) SA (Radiology)

14 4 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Rambali I MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), Diploma HIV Man (SA), Cert Nephrology (Nephrology) Rambarran OS MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Ramcharan S MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Ramlall S MBChB (Natal), FCPsych(SA), PhD (UKZN) (Psychiatry) Ramnarain A MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) Cert Vascular (SA) (General Surgery) Ramnarain M MBChB (Natal), FCA(SA) Anaesthetics) Ramphal SR MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Ramsamy S MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Rapiti P MBChB(Unitra)FCP(Paed)(SA),Cert Paed Neurology (Paediatrics & Child Health) Rauff S MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), Cert Endocrinology & Metabolism(SA) (Geriatric Medicine) Reddy J MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Reddy J MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Reddy L MBChB (UCT), FC Rad (D) (SA) (Radiology) Reddy P MBChB (Medunsa), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Rodseth R MBChB(Pretoria), DCH (SA), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Critical Care) (Anaesthetics) Ryan L MBChB(UCT), DCH(SA), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Saloojee S MBChB (Natal), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Samuel R MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Senoge ME MBChB (Natal), FCS (Orth) (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Sheik-Gafoor MH MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA), Cert. Paed Surg(SA) (Paediatric Surgery) Singaram, S BMedSc (UKZN), MMedSc(UKZN), PhD (MU) (Clinical & Professional Practice) Singh D MBChB (Medunsa), FCA(SA) Crit. Care (Anaesthetics) Van Wyk, JM B Sc(Ed), M.Ed, PhD (Ed) (Clinical & Professional Practice) Vawda F MBChB (Natal), FC Rad Diag (SA) (Radiology) Veerasamy C MBChB (Natal), HdipOrth, FCOrth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Vezi ZB MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA); Cert Cardiology (SA); Electrophysiology (Canada) (Cardiology) Visser L MBChB (Pretoria), Mmed (Natal), FCS(SA)(Ophth) (Ophthalmology) Senior Tutor Ntando, EA MBChB (UNIKIN), MMed Paediatrics(UNIKIN), PGDip HIV/AIDS(UKZN) (Clinical & Professional Practice) Honorary Appointments Emeritus Professors Bereczky ZB MBChB, MMED(Surg), MMED(Urol), FCUrol(SA ) (Urology) Bill PLA MBBCh (Witwatersrand), MRCP(UK), FRCP(London) FCP(SA) (Neurology) Coovadia HM MBBS (Bombay) MSc(Birm), MD(Natal), DSc(Hon), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Loening WEK MBChB (UCT), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Mickel RE MBChB (Witwatersrand), FRCS (Edinburgh) (Paediatric Surgery) Mitha AS MCRP (UK, London), MRCP (UK), MRCP (Ireland) FCP(SA), FRCP (London), FRCP (Ireland) (Cardiology) Mkize DL MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA), MFGP(SA), DFM(SA), MMed(Natal) (Psychiatry) Moodley J MD (Natal), FCOG(SA), FRCOG (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Peters AL MBChB (UCT), MMED (Natal), FCS(Opth)SA (Ophthalmology) Seedat YK O.M.S.S.A,MD (NU, Irel), PhD(MED.SCI.) (HC)(UDW), MD(HC)(U Free State); FRSSAf; HonFCM (SA); FRCP (London); FRCP (Irel); FACP; FCP (SA); FACC; FCCP; F.A.C.A ; FCPS (PAK); FICA; F.I.C.N ; Fellow of the University of KwaZulu Natal (General Medicine) Wessels WH MBChB (Pretoria), DPM (Witwatersrand), DM (UOVS) (Psychiatry) Honorary Professors Adhikari M MBChB(Cape Town) MD(Natal) FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Green-Thompson RW MBChB (Natal), DipCOG(SA), FCOG(SA), FRCOG (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)

15 Health Sciences 5 Grey BC MBChB (Pretoria), HDip Orth(SA), FC Orth(SA), Mmed (Ortho) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Haffejee IE MBBCh(Wits) FCFP(SA) FCP(Paed)(SA) MD(UKZN) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Jordaan JP MBChB Mmed(Stell) FFRT(SA) (Radiotherapy & Oncology) Rollins NC MBBCh (Queen s University,Belfast,Northern Ireland),Dip.Child Health (Ireland), MRCP(UK), MD(Northern Ireland) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Honorary Associate Professors Lasich AJ MBChB, DPM (Witswatersrand), FFPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Omar MAK MBCh, MD (Natal), FCP (SA), MRCP (UK), FRCP (London) (General Medicine, Endocrinology) Ranjith N MBChB (Natal), BSc, MD (UKZN), FEFC (General Medicine, Cardiology) Honorary Senior Lecturers Arnold JP MBChB, (Natal) Hdip (SA), FCS Orth (SA) (Orthpaedic Surgery) Biccard B MBChB(UCT), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Gangat AE MBChB(Ireland, Royal College of Surgeons), LM, LRCP, LCRS(Ireland) DPM(Dublin), MMed Psych (Natal) (Psychiatry) Hodgson RE MBChB (UCT), FCA(SA)Crit.Care (Anaesthetics) Marais LC MBChB (UOFS), FCS(Ortho) (SA), MMED(Ortho) (UP), CIME (Orthopaedic Surgery) Naidoo A MBCHB (MEDUNSA), FC(Orth) SA (Orthopaedic Surgery) Naidu P MBChB (UKZN) HDip Orth (SA) FC Ortho (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Ndlovu KCZ MBChB(UCT), FCP (SA), Cert Nephrology (Nephrology) Rocher A MBChB (Stellenbosch HDip (SA) FCS Orth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Honorary & Part-Time Lecturers Abdool-Gafoor S MBChB(Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) Cert Cardio SA (Cardiology) Abdulla EAK MBChB (Natal), MMED (Stellenbosch) (Dermatology) Aboo O MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (Gastroenterology) Aboobaker J MBChB (Natal), FCDerm(SA), FRCP(London), PhD(UKZN) (Dermatology) Abraham S FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Abusdera F MBBCH (Tripoli), FCN (SA) (Neurology) Adam S MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Akhalwaya MY MBBCh (Cairo) (Rheumatology) Alexander GR MBChB (Natal), FCSCardio(SA) (Cardiothoracic Surgery) Allorto N MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Alphonsus CS MBChB (Unitra), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Alsharef MM MBchB, MRCS Eng, MRCS Ed, FC Urol (SA), MMED Uro Natal (SA), Libyan Board of Urology (Urology) Ambaram A MBBCh(Witwatersrand), DIPPEC(SA), FCP(SA), Cert Pulm(SA) (Pulmonology) Amod A MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (Endocrinology) Annamalai M MBBCh(Wits), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) Cert Paeds Pulmonology(SA), (Paediatrics & Child Health) Archary M MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paed ID(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Ash G MBBCh, FCS (PRS)SA (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery) Asmal Y MBChB (Medunsa), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Bacus H MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) Cert Endo & Metab (SA) (General Medicine) Badal V MBChB(Unitra), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Batuule D MBChb FC Urol(SA) (Urology) Baijnath P MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (Pulmonology) Basanth S B.Med.Sci (UDW), MBChB, DA (SA), FCORL (SA) (Otorhinolaryngology) Bechan S MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA)Crit.Care (Anaesthetics) Bekker W MBChB (Free State), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Bhagwan B MBChB (Natal), MMED (UCT), FCP (SA) (General Medicine) Bhimma R MBChB(Natal,DCH(SA),FCP(Paed)(SA),MMed(Natal),ISN Fellowship Paeds, MD(Natal) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Bhola V MBBCh (Witwatersrand), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics)

16 6 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Bhoola RN MBChB (Medunsa), FCP(Paed)(SA) Cert Paed Neonatalogy(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Bhula CG MBChB (UKZN), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Bisetty S MBChB (Natal), FCP(Paed)(SA) Cert Paeds Gastroenterology(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Bishop D MBChB (UCT), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Bisseru T MBBCh (Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Blakemore S MBChB(UCT), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Bodasingh R MBChB (Natal), MRCP(UK) (General Medicine) Botha A MBChB (UCT), FCPaeds (SA), DCH (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Brown S MBBCh(Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) Mmed (Wits) (General Medicine) Budhoo A MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCP(SA) Cert Rheum(SA), (Rheumatology) Budhram S MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCOG (SA), MMed O&G (UKZN) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Buthelezi NN MBChB (UCT), FCP (SA) (Gastroenterology) Čačala SR BSc, MBChB (Auckland), FRACS (Australasia) (General Surgery) Cairns C MBChB (Stel), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Caldwell RI BSc(Med), MBChB(UCT), FCP(SA), FRCP(London) (General Medicine) Cardoso J MBChB (UCT), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Cassim F MBChB (Medunsa), FCP(SA), B Pharm(UDW) (Rheumatology) Cassimjee H MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) Crit.Care (Anaesthetics) Chang CC I.D. & General Medicine Physician, University of Medicine(Monash) (Infectious Diseases) Chateau AV BSC(Natal), MBChB (Natal), DCH (UKZN), FCDerm(SA), Ped Derm(fellow)(NWU) Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago) (Dermatology) Chen CY MBChB (Natal), FCSCardio(SA) (Cardiothoracic Surgery) Chetty I MBChB (Natal), FC Psych(SA) (Psychiatry) Chetty RR MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) Cert Gastroenterology (SA) (General Surgery) Chinniah K MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA), FCP (Paeds)(SA), Cert Paed Rheumatology(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Chinnasamy S MBChB (UCT) FCP(SA) (General Medicine) (Nephrology) Chinniah KJ MBChB(Natal), FCP(SA) (Rheumatology) Chunilal A MBChB (Natal), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Chuntapursat I MBChB (Natal) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Clarke DL MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCS (SA), MMedSc (Natal) MBA (UKZN) (General Surgery) Cronje L MBChB (UCT), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Dama H MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paeds Cardio(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Daniel C MBChB (UCT), MMED (Stellenbosch), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Dawood H FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Dawood S MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Daya B MBBCh (Wits), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) De Vasconcellos K MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) De Wet JB MBBCh (Witwatersrand), H.Dip Orth (SA), FC Orth (SA), CIME (Orthopaedic Surgery) Deonarain R MBChB (Transkei), FCS(SA) (Critical Care) (Anaesthetics) Dhada B MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCP (Paed) (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Dhaver N MBChb( Natal), FCOG(SA), MMed (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Dhooma S MBChB (Medunsa), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Doorgapersad P MBChB (Natal), FCP(Paeds(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Doubell PJ MBChB (UP), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Draper R MBBCh (Rand) FCP (SA) MRCGP (UK) DA (UK) Dip HIV Man (General Medicine) Ducasse GD BSc MBChB(UCT), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paeds Neonatalogy(SA), Dip Anaesthesia (Paediatrics & Child Health) Dukhi A MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Duma L MBChB(Hon), MMed (OFS) (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) Dunpath A MBChB (Unitra), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Eathorne VA MBBCh(Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Ebrahim S MBChB (UKZN), FCS (SA) (General Surgery) Evans C MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics)

17 Health Sciences 7 Farina Z MBChB (UCT), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Fayers S MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Ferndale L MBChB(Witwatersrand), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Fiandiero D MBChB, FCEM (SA), Dip PEC (SA), DA (SA) (Emergency Medicine) Ferreira N BSc, MBChB, H Dip Orth, FC (Orth), Mmed (Orth) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Foolchand S MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Forder MD MBChB, MMed (Anat Path) (Dermatology) Gafoor S MBBCH (Witwatersrand), FCP (SA) (General Medicine) Gama S MBBCh (Witwatersrand), DA(SA), FRCA(RCOA) (Anaesthetics) Gandhi NR MD (Harvard) (Infectious Diseases) Ganie Y MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paed Endocrinology (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Ghani A MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA), (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) George S MBChB (Zambia), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Ghimenton F MD (Padova), Fellowship General Surgery (Padova), MMed (General Surgery) Gobind R DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Goga S MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Goga Y MBBCH (Witwatersrand), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paed Haem(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Goldstone E MBChB (UKZN), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Gongal RN MBBS(India), FCS(Orth)(SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Gosnell BI MBChB (Phipps University of Marburg Germany), Med doctorate & Diploma Chemistry (Rochum Germany) (Infectious Diseases) Govender K MBChB(Witwatersrand), FCP (SA) (Cardiology) Govender K MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA), MMed O&G (UKZN) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Govender K MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Govender M MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Govender M MBChB(Witwatersrand), FCP (Paeds) (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Govender P MBChB (Natal), MMED (Natal), FC Rad Onc (SA) (Radiotherapy and Oncology) Govender P MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Govender R MBChB(Natal),DCH(SA),FCP(Paed)(SA),Cert Paed Neurology(SA), MPhil-Neuro(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Govender T MBChB (Natal), FC Psych(SA) (Psychiatry) Govender T MBChB (UKZN), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Govender V MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Govender Y MBBCh (Wits) FCP(SA) (Cardiology) Govindasamy V MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Green-Thompson RR MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Grey BC MBChB (Pretoria), HDip Orth(SA), FC Orth(SA), Mmed (Ortho) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Grobbelaar M MBChB (Stel), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Gumede NM MBChB(UKZN), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Guruvadu LS MBBCh(Wits), FCP (SA) Cert. Neprology(SA) (General Medicine & Nephrology) Hall L MBChB (UCT), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrcs & Child Health) Handley JJF MBBCh (Wits), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Hardcastle TC MBChB (Stellenbosch), FCS(SA), MMED (Stellenbosch) (General Surgery) Hargovan P MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Haripersad H MBChB (UKZN), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Hariram P MBChB (Natal), MMed Derm(UKZN), FCDerm(SA)(Dermatology) Harris SJ MBChB (UCT), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Harrison MJ MBChB (UCT), DA, FCOphth (Ophthalmology) Hayes PM MBBS (Johannesburg), FCS(SA) (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) Henderson GS MBChB (UCT), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Henderson L MBChB (Pretoria), FCP Paeds (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Hendricks N MBBCh (Wits), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Hira B MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Hogg DS DLO RCP (London), RCS (England) (Otorhinolaryngology)

18 8 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Hollander D Artsexamen (Amsterdam), FCS (SA) Crit Care (SA) (General Surgery) Hookamchand Y MBChB(Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Hoosen EGM MBChB (Medunsa),DCH(SA), FCP(Paeds)(SA), Cert Paeds Cardio(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Hoosen K MBChB (Natal), FCDerm(SA), MMedSc(UKZN) (Dermatology) Hunter AG BSc (Pretoria), MBChB(Witwatersrand), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Hussain A MBBS (Karachi), DCH (Dublin), Dip HIV/AIDS,Cert Health Admin(Yale) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Ibrahim T MBChB, FCOG (SA), Cert Crit Care (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Inglis AC MBChB, FACEM (Aus), FCEM (UK) (Emergency Medicine) Islam J MBBS (Dhaka), DA (SA), FCS (SA), Sub-Speciality Vascular Surgery (SA), M Med Sci (Surg) (Vascular Surgery) Jaikarun S MBChB (Natal), FC Derm(SA) (Dermatology) Jairam VL MBBCh(Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) (Endocrinology) Janowski NS MD (Poland), FCOG(Poland), MBA(JhB), MBA (UK), LLM(UKZN) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Jolly CL MBBCh (Witwatersrand), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Jozi C MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Kalafatis N MBChB (Witwatersrand), DA(SA), FCA(SA) Crit.Care (Anaesthetics) Kamdar MC MBBS (Nagpur), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Kara YDJ MBChB (Natal), FC Paeds (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Kelly JC MBChB(UCT), DCH, FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Keerath K MBChB (Witwatersrand), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Khan F MBBCh (Wits),FCP (Paed) (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Khan N MBChB (Natal), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paed Neonatalogy(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Khan ZA MBChB (Limpopo) FCS (SA) (General Surgery) Khoza NF MBChB (Natal), FCDerm (SA) (Dermatology) Khumalo AP MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Khuzwayo ZB MBChB (Natal, MMed Fam Med (Natal), Dip in HIV Man (SA), Dip in OCC Health (OFS), FCORL (SA) (Otorhinolaryngology) Kisten T MBChB (Medunsa), DA(SA) FCA(SA) Crit.Care (Anaesthetics) Kirsten G MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Koha OEL MMED (Natal), FC Rad Onc (SA) (Radiotherapy and Oncology) Kransingh S MBChB (Witwatersrand), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Kruse CH MBChB (Pretoria), MMED (UKZN), FCOphth (Ophthalmology) Kuhn WP MBChB (UCT), FCORL (SA) (Otorhinolaryngology) Ladner GC MBChB (Pretoria), DCH, FCOphth(SA) (Ophthalmology) Lalbhadur A MBBS, FRCS (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) Lawler MAV MBChB (UKZN), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Lee C MBBCh (Witwatersrand), FCP(SA), Cert Crit Care(Phys) (Anaesthetics) Lalloo S MBChB (Medunsa), FC Ophth, MMed Ophth (Stell), Dip Ophth, DA (SA) (Ophthalmology) Loots E MBChB (Pretoria), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Laing G MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Mackanjee HR MBChB (Natal), FCP(Natal), FRCP(Paed)(Canada), Cert Paed Neonatalogy(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Mackenjee MKR MBChB (Natal), FCP Paeds(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Madigoe T MBChB(Witwatersrand), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Magaqa N MBChB(UKZN), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Maharaj A MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Maharaj AB MB.BS,IMS,BHU(Varanasi); H.Dip.Int.Med.(SA); FCP(SA);Cert in Rheum(SA) (General Medicine) Maharaj AP MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (Pulmonology) Maharaj B MBChB (Natal), MD, PhD (Natal), FCP(SA), FRCP (London) (General Medicine) Maharaj D MBBS (Bombay),MMED (Natal) (Otorhinolaryngology) Maharaj K MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Maharaj R MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Maharaj R MBChB(Natal), FCP(SA), Cert Rheum(SA), Rheum(SA), MMED Medicine (Rheumatology) Maharaj R MBBCh, FCEM (SA), MMed Emerg Med (UCT), DA (SA), Dip PEC (SA) (Emergency Medicine)

19 Health Sciences 9 Maharaj VP MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Maharaj S MBChB(UKZN), DCH(SA),FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Mahomed F MBChB(UCT), FCP(SA), BScMed(UCT), MRCP(UK), Cert in Endocrinology(SA) (General Medicine) Mahomed Y MBChB BAO (NUI), FCP(SA), MfamMMed (Natal), DipEc(SA), Cert in Rheum (General Medicine) Mahomva O BSc (London), MBChB(Zimbabwe), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Mamdoo F MBBCh (Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA) Cert Paed Neonatalogy(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Mansoor AF MBBch (Wits); FCP (S.A); Gastroenterology (SA) Dip HIV MAN (SA) (General Medicine) Manzini TV MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Marais JA, MBChB(University of Pret), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Maré PH MBChB(Stell), H Dip Orth(UKZN), FC Orth (SA) (Orthopaedic Surgery) Martin T MBChB (UKZN), DCH(SA), FCP)Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Masenya MED MBChB (Natal), FCPath (Anat) SA (Dermatology) Masinga N MBChB (Natal), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Matshela MR MBCHB (Medunsa), FCP (SA); Cert Cardiology(SA) (Cardiology) Matthew J BSc (UDW), MBChB (Medunsa), Dip PEC (SA) (Emergency Medicine) Mayat N MBChb (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Mbatha SZ BSc, MBChB (Medunsa) FCS (SA) (General Surgery) McGarr P MBBCH, FCS(SA) (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) Mchunu M MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) McKerrow NH MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA), MMED(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Mdondolo M MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) MMed (UKZN) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Mewa Kinoo S MBChB (UKZN), FCS (SA) MMED (UKZN) (General Surgery) Mia H MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Michowitz A MBChB(Poland), FCP (Poland), PhD (Poland) (General Medicine) Miseer P MBChB (Natal), FC(Psych)(SA) (Psychiatry) Mitchell C MBChB (Witwatersrand), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Mkhize ZNC MBChB (Natal), FCDerm(SA) (Dermatology) Molefe S MBChB (Natal), FC Psych(SA) (Psychiatry) Mody PG MBChB (Natal), FCP (SA), Diploma HIV Man (SA), Cert in Nephrology (Nephrology) Mohun SD MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Moodley AA MBChB (Natal), FC Neurol(SA) PhD(UKZN) (Neurology) Moodley I MBBS (Kerala-India),DCH(SA),FCP(Paeds)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Moodley M MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Moodely P MBBCh (Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Moodley R MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), MMED (Natal) (General Medicine) Moodley R MBChB (Natal), FCP(Paed)(SA) Cert Paeds Nephrology(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Moodley S MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Moodley S MBBCh (Wits), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Moodley T MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Moodley TR MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Moodley VR MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) (Nephrology) Moonsamy N MBChB(Unitra), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Moopanar M MBChB (Natal), FCSCardio(SA) (Cardiothoracic Surgery) Moosa AYD MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Moosa S MBChb (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Morgan M MBBCh (Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paeds Crit Care (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Moroka KN MBChB (UCT),FCP(SA) (Cardiology) Morris MWW MBChB ; FRCS ; FCPlast Surg (SA) (Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery) Mould S MBChb (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Mudely M DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Mulla J MBChB (Natal) FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Naby F MBChB (Medunsa), DCH(SA),FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Naicker E MBBCh (Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paeds Nephrology(SA), (Paediatrics & Child Health) Naicker T MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA, FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health)

20 10 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Nadar R MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Naidoo A MBChB (Natal), DOH (Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Naidoo AK MBChB (Natal), FC Neuro(SA) (Neurology) Naidoo BN MBChB, FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Naidoo J MBChB(Witwatersrand)FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Naidoo KL MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA), PGDip (Natal) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Naidoo KT MBChB (Natal) FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Naidoo L MBBCh (Wits), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paed Neonatology(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Naidoo L MBChB (Natal), FCDerm (SA) (Dermatology) Naidoo M DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Naidoo MA MBChB (Natal), FCORL (SA) (Otorhinolaryngology) Naidoo Maheshwar MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Naidoo Maseelan MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) Cert Gastroenterology (SA) (General Surgery) Naidoo Morgan MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Nadioo Noel MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Naidoo N MBChB(Natal), FCN (SA) (Neurology) Naidoo N MBBCh (Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paed Neonatalogy(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Naidoo PD MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine, Rheumatology) Naidoo R MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Naidoo S MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Naidoo T MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Naidoo T MBChB(Pretoria), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Naidoo TD MBBCH BAO (NUI) LRCP1/SI FCOG (FMSA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Naidoo V MBBCh(Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paeds Pulmonology(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Naidoo Y MBChB (Medunsa), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Naidu RK MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (Cardiology) Naidu S MBChB (Medunsa), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Naidu S DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Naidu TK MBChB (Natal, FCORL (SA), MMED ORL (Natal) (Otorhinolaryngology) Naicker K MBChB (Natal), FCSCardio(SA) (Cardiothoracic Surgery) Naiker IP MBChB(UCT), MRCP(UK), FRCP(London), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Naiker P MBChB (Natal), MRCP(UK) (Endocrinology) Nair VM MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Narainsamy J MBChB(Natal), FCP (SA) (General Medicine) Narsai JN MBChB (Natal), FCPaed (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Narainsamy J MBChB(Natal), FCP (SA) (Endocrinology) Narismulu R MBChB (Natal) (Nephrology) Nattar Y MBChB (Natal), FCP (Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Ndebele NF MBChB, FCEM (SA), DOH, BTech-BAdm(DUT) (Emergency Medicine) Nel LC MBChB (Natal), FCDerm (SA) (Dermatology) Nel S Dip Radiography (DUT) B Tech (DUT) MMedSc (UKZN) (Cardiology) Nepaul K MBChB (Medunsa), FCORL (SA) (Otorhinolaryngology) Ngene NC MBBS (Port Harcourt), Dip Obst (SA), Dip HIV Man (SA), MMed FamMed (UKZN), FCOG (SA), Mmed O&G (UKZN) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Noorbhai MA MBBCH (Wits), FCS (SA) (General Surgery) Nowbath H MBChB(Witwatersrand), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Ntloko SKS MBChB (UKZN), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Ntsele ML MBChB (Natal), FCDerm (SA) (Dermatology) Nzimela A MBChB (Medunsa), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paed Cardio (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Oosthuizen GVE MBChB (Pretoria), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Osborn IJS MBChB (UCT), MMED (UKZN) (Anaesthetics) Onyagunga F MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Padayachee L DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Padayachee SA MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine)

21 Health Sciences 11 Parbhoo D MBChB (Natal), FC Ophthal (SA) (Ophthalmology) Parbhoo HB MBChB (Natal), MRCP(UK), FCP(SA) (General Medicine, Rheumatology) Parsoo N MBChB (Pret) FCP (SA) Cert Gastroenterology (Gastroenterology) Paruk H MBChB (Natal), FCN (SA) (Neurology) Patel JJ MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) (Cardiology) Patel N MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (Rheumatology) Patel PL MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), FRCP(London) (General Medicine) Pather R MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Pather S MBChB (Natal), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA), PGDip (Natal) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Patrick ME MBChB (UCT), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Peer DGH LRCP & SI, DLO (London), FRCS (ED), FRC (SA) (Otorhinolaryngology) Pershad S MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (Anaesthetics) Pillay A MBBCh (Wits), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Pillay B BsC (UDW), BScHons (UCT), MBChB (Natal), FCS (SA), Cert Vascular (SA) (General Surgery) Pillay L MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Pillay T MBChB (UKZN), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Pillay TG MBChB (Transkei), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Pillay TS MBChB (UCT), FCPaeds (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Pillay S MBChB (UKZN),FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Prakaschandra DR BTech, Cert.Phys Ultrasound(DUT), MMedSc(UKZN) (Cardiology) Ponnusamy S BVSc & AH (JNKVV), MBChB (Medunsa), FCP(SA) Cert Cardio(SA) (Cardiology) Postma IL MBChB (Pret), MPhil (EM)(SA), Dip PEC (SA) (Emergency Medicine) Puddu A BSc (Hons) (US), MBChB (US), H Dip Ortho (UKZN), FC (Ortho) (UKZN), MMed (UKZN), AO Spine Fellow (Orthopaedic Surgery) Quadir K MBChB (Natal), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Radebe L MBChB(UKZN), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Rajah C MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Rajaruthnam D MBBCh (Witwatersrand), FCSCardio(SA) (Cardiothoracic Surgery) Rajcoomar SP MBChB (Medunsa), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Rajkaran M MBBCh(Witwatersrand), FCP(SA) ) (General Medicine) Ramachandran D MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Ramcharan S DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Ramdass AS BSc (UDW), MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Ramdeyal MK MBBS(India, Jabalpur), FCPsych(SA) (Psychiatry) Ramjee RJ DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Ramji S MBChB (Natal) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Ramkillawan A MBChB DA(SA) FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Ramlal JP MBChB (Natal, FCORL (SA) (Otorhinolaryngology) Ramnarian H MBChB (UKZN) (FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Ramnarian M MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Ramraj P MBChB (Pret), Dip PEC (SA), FCEM (SA) (Emergency Medicine) Ramsamy T MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Randeree HA MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine, Endocrinology) Randeree IGH MBChB (UCT), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Ranjan P MBBS(India) MS (Surgery) (India) (General Surgery) Raymond NV MBChB (Zimbabwe), MMED (Natal) (Psychiatry) Rasmussen K MBChB (UCT), FCCH (Witwatersrand), FCP (SA), DHSM, DTM&H (Wits), DOH(Dbn) ) (General Medicine) Rawat R MBChB (Natal), MRCP(UK), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Reddy D MBChB (UCT), FCSCardio(SA) (Cardiothoracic Surgery) Reddy S MBChB (Natal), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Reddy T MBChB (Natal), FCDerm (SA) (Dermatology) Reddy TM MBChB (NU-IREL), FCP (Paeds)(SA), Neon/APLS (Paediatrics & Child Health) Reddy V MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), Cert Nephrology (Nephrology)

22 12 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Reddy Y MBChB (UCT), DCH(SA), DipHIVMan(SA) FCP(Paed)(SA), MMED(UKZN) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Robroch A MD, Paediatric Intensive (Netherlands Free Univ Medical Centre) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Rodseth RN MBChB (Pret); DCH (SA); DA (SA); FCA (SA); MMed Anaesthetics (UKZN); Cert Crit Care (SA); MSc HRM (McMaster); PhD Anaesthesia (UKZN)(Anaesthetics) Rorke N DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Ryan L MBChB (UCt), DCH(SA), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Sacoor MF MBChB (Natal), FCDerm (SA) (Dermatology) Salduker S MBChB (Natal), FC Psych(SA) (Psychiatry) Seonandan P MBChB (UKZN), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Sewbuckus A MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Sewgoolam S MBChB (Witwatersrand), FCP (SA) (General Medicine) Shah I, MBChB (SA), Dip PEC (SA) (Emergency Medicine) Sham S MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Shein K FCP(SA), Cert Cardio (SA) (Cardiology) Shweni K MBChH (Natal), FCP (SA), Diploma HIV Man (SA) (Nephrology) Skenjana A MBChB (Natal), FCDerm(SA) (Dermatology) Skinner DL MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (Anaesthetics) Sigcu N BSc, MBChB (Unitra), FCOG(SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Simjee AE MBChB (Natal), FRCP (UK) (General Medicine) Singh A MBChB (Natal), FCS(SA) (General Surgery) Singh K MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA), (General Medicine) Singh K MBChB (Witwatersrand), FC Psych (SA) (Psychiatry) Singh N MBChB (CT), FCORL (SA) (Otorhinolaryngology) Singh R MBBS (Mysore, India), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paed Neonatology(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Singh R MBChB (UKZN), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Singh SA MBChB (UCT), FCP(Paed)(SA), Cert Paeds Crit Care(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Singh SS BRad(Diagn) MBChB (Medunsa), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Singh U MBChB (Natal), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Singh U MBChB (UCT), FCS (SA) (General Surgery) Smith MJ B.Optom MCO, B.Sc (Med) MBBS DA (SA), FCORL (SA) (Otorhinolaryngology) Spicer K MD (Univ of Kentucky), MPH (Ohio State Univ), PhD (Wayne State Univ) (Paediatric & Child Health) Spooner PR MBChB (Rand), FRCS(Edinburgh) (Ophthalmology) Soosiwala IU MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (Cardiology) Staub H MBChB (Birm), FCP(SA) Neuro (General Medicine) Sunpath H MBBS (Benares), MSc(Natal), Dip HIV Management(CMSA), MPH(UKZN) (Infectious Diseases) Tarr S DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Taylor JL DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Tayob S MBChB (UKZN), DCH(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA)(Paediatrics & Child Health) Theron A MBChB (STEL), FCA(SA), DA (SA) (Anaesthetics) Thompson D MBChB; FRCS (Orthopaedic Surgery) Titus JM MBChB (Natal), FCOG(SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Torborg AM MBChB (UCT), FCA (SA) (Anaesthetics) Tunkyi K MBBS (RG) Dip Obs (SA) FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Van Heerden J MBChB(Pretoria), FCP(Paed)(SA), MMED(Pretoria), Cert Oncology (Paeds) (SA), Dip Obstetrics (SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Van Zyl L MBChB (Pretoria), DA(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Van Zyl Smit N MBChB, FCEM (UK), Dip PEC (SA) (Emergency Medicine) Vather P MBChB (Natal), FCP(SA) (General Medicine) Venkatachalam S MBBS (India), FCOG (SA) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Von Rahden R BSc, MBChB(Witwatersrand), DA(SA), FCA(SA)Crit.Care (Anaesthetics) Vythilingum S MBChB, (Natal), MRCP(UK), FCP(SA) (General Medicine, Cardiology) Wallengren K BS (Ginea University); PhD, Karolinska Institute; HPH (Harvard University) (Infectious Diseases) Wildenboer-Calitz N MBChB (Free State), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Wilson DPK MBChB (UCT), FCP(SA) (General Medicine)

23 Health Sciences 13 Win TT MBChB(MYAMMAR-Institute of Medicine), HIV Man(SA), FCP(Paed)(SA) (Paediatrics & Child Health) Wise R MBChB (UCT), Dip PEC(SA), Dip Obst(SA), FCA(SA) (Anaesthetics) Wolff L MBChB, MMED (otol) (UCT) (Otorhinolaryngology) Xana A MBBCh(Unitra), FCP(SA) Cardiology Yacoob Y FC Neuro(SA) (General Medicine) Young MJ MBChB (UCT), FCOphth (Ophthalmology) Zaborowski A MBChB (Witwatersrand), FC Ophthal (SA) (Ophthalmology) Zawilski W MBChB (Poland) FCOG (Poland) (Obstetrics & Gynaecology) Zieciak WB MD (Poland), Mmed (Natal) (Otorhinolaryngology) School of Health Sciences Dean and Head of School To be Appointed Professors Botha JH BPharm, PhD (Rhodes) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Essack SY BPharm M.Pharm PhD (UDW) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Govender T BScPharm (Natal), MPharm (UDW), PhD (Nottingham) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Associate Professors Botha SJ BSc (PU for CHE), BSc Hons (PU for CHE), MSc (Pretoria), PhD (Pretoria) (Dentistry) Naidoo KS BSc, BOptom (UDW), OD (PCO), MPH (Temple), PhD (UNSW) (Optometry) Pillay, M B. Speech and Hearing Therapy (UDW), M. Speech Pathology (UDW), D.Ed. (UDW) (Speech-Language Pathology) Soliman MES BPharmSci, MPharm (Egypt), PhD (Bath) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Suleman F BPharm, M.Pharm.(UDW), PhD (UIC, USA) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Uys CJE BOccTher (Pret), BOccTher(Hons)(Medusa), M(AAC)(Pret), PhD(Pret) (Occupational Therapy) van Heerden HJ BAHons (Biokinetics), HDE, MA, DPhil (Pretoria) (Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Science) Research Professors Govender T BSc (UDW), BSc (Hons), MSc (Natal), PhD (UKZN) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Kruger HG Bsc (PU), BSc (Hons), HDE (PU), MSc(PU), PhD(PU) (Chemistry) Senior Lecturers Bodenstein J BPharm, MSc, PhD (NWU-Potchefstroom) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Gray AL BPharm, MSc (Pharm) (Rhodes) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Hansraj R BOptom, MOptom (UDW), PhD (UKZN) (Optometry) Joseph L BSpeech and Hearing Therapy (UDW), MCommunication Pathology, PhD (Pretoria) (Audiology) Naicker T BSc (Natal), BScHons (UKZN), MSc (UKZN), PhD(UKZN) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Moodley VR BOptom, MOptom (UDW), FIOA (India) (Optometry) Nadasan T BPhysio (UDW), DOT (UNISA), HED (UNISA), MPhysio (UDW), PhD (UKZN) (Physiotherapy) Naidoo P BPharm, MMedSc (UDW), PhD (UKZN) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Naidoo S BSc (UDW), MTech (DUT), PhD (UKZN) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Oosthuizen F BPharm, MSc, PhD (PU for CHE) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Owira PMO BSc (Nairobi), BSc (Med Hons) (UCT), MSc (Medicine) (UCT), PhD (UKZN) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Pahl, JAH BSc (Log) (UCT), MA (Stellenbosch), DipEd (Natal) (Speech-Language Pathology) Singh S BOH; MSc, PhD (UWC) (Dentistry)

24 14 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Lecturers Chetty V BSc (Physio) (UDW). MPhysio (UKZN) (Physiotherapy) Cobbing S BSc (Rhodes), BSc (Hons) Biokinetics (UCT), BSc (Physio) (Oxford Brookes), MSc (UKZN) (Physiotherapy) Ebrahim Khan N BOptom (UKZN),MOptom (UKZN) (Optometry) Ellapen TJ BPaed (Arts), BAHons (HMS), BScHons, MA, PhD (Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Science) Flack PS BA Speech and Hearing Therapy (Witwatersrand), MA (Stellenbosch); DEd (UKZN) (Speech-Language Pathology) Govender SM B Communication Pathology, MCommunication Pathology (UKZN) (Audiology) Gurayah T BOT, MOT (UDW) (Occupational Therapy) Harries CS BSc (Pharm) (Natal), MMedSci(Pharm) (UDW), MEd(UKZN) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) John DC B Speech and Hearing Therapy (UDW), M Comm Path (UP) (Speech-Language Pathology) Karpoormath R B.Pharm (Karnataka), M.Pharm (Rajiv Gandhi) PhD (UKZN) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Karrim S B BComm. M. Comm (UKZN) (Speech-Language Pathology) Khan NB BSpeech and Hearing Therapy (UDW), MPublic Health (Audiology) Khumalo KK BAHons, MA (UKZN) (Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Science) Lingah T BOT (UDW), MBA (Wales). (Occupational Therapy) Maharaj SS BPaedSc, BPhysio (UDW), BEd (Unisa), MMedSc (Natal), DPhilM (UKZN) (Physiotherapy) Mashige KP BSc (Witwatersrand), BOptom (UDW), CAS (NECO), MOptom (UKZN) (Optometry) Mathibe LJ BPharm (UNIN), MClinPharm (Natal), RThMin (TEE College), MEBHC (Oxon) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Mahlatsi GT DipPharm(NUL/NHTC), BPharm (MEDUNSA/TP), MTech (PharmSc) (TUT) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) McIntyre, J B. Occ.Therapy Hons, MA. UKZN (Occupational Therapy) Moodley L B Speech & Hearing Therapy (UDW), BAHons (Unisa), MCommPath (Pretoria) (Speech-Language Pathology) Munsamy AJ BOptom(UDW),CAS(NECO), MOptom (UKZN) (Optometry) Naidoo D BOT (UKZN), MOT (UKZN) (Occupational Therapy) Naidoo P BoccTher (UKZN), CAMAG (ABIME), (MOT (UKZN) (Occupational Therapy) Naidoo R BA Hons (Biokinetics) (UDW), M SportSc, (UKZN), PhD (UKZN) (Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Sciences) Naiker V BDS (lndia), DHSM (Natal) (Dentistry) Nirghin U BOptom (UDW), Oc.Diag.Cert.(UKZ-N), MOptom (UKZN) (Optometry) Nlooto M B Pharm (UNIKIN), MscMed Pharmacol(Medunsa-UL) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Ojewole EB BPharm (OAU Ife), MSc (Strathclyde) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Paken J BComm Pathology (UDW), MComm Pathology (UKZN) (Audiology) Panday S BSpeech and Hearing Therapy (UDW), MCommunication Pathology (UKZN) (Audiology) Perumal VA BSc (UDW), Bsc(Hons) (UKZN), BPharm (UKZN), MMedSci (UKZN) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Phehlukwayo SM DipOT, BOccTher (Hons) (Medunsa). LLM (Public Health) (UKZN) (Occupational Therapy) Rampersad N BOptom, MEd (UKZN) (Optometry) Reddy M BDnThHons (UDW), (Medunsa), MSc (UWC) (Dentistry) Reddy P BSc (Physio), MSc (Physio) (UWC), OMT (SAPS) (Physiotherapy) Rencken, G BOcc Ther (UP), MOT (UFS) (Occupational Therapy) Rhode MN BSc(Physio) (UDW), NDT (Peads - SANTA), MMedSc (Sport Medicine) (Natal) (Physiotherapy) Sookan T BSportSc (UKZN), BSportSc Hons (Biokinetics) (UKZN), M SportSc, (UKZN), (Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Sciences) Van Staden DB BOptom (UDW), MPA(UFS) (Optometry) Research Lecturers Skelton, AA BA,MA Chemistry Cardiff University,PhD Computational Chemistry University of Warwick Hornarpavar B BA,MA,PhD Physical Chemistry (Computational) Moalem University Developmental Lecturer Blose Z B Communication Pathology (UKZN) (Audiology) Pefile N BA, MA Physiotherapy (UKZN) (Physiotherapy)

25 Health Sciences 15 Senior Tutors Bagwandin V BCommunication Pathology (UKZN) (Audiology) Bangalee V BPharm (UDW), PGDip (Bus Man), MPharm (UKZN) (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Christopher C B.OT (UDW), P.Dip. in HIV/AIDS Clinical Management (UKZN), MOT (UKZN) (Occupational Therapy) Danpath T BPhysio (UDW), NDT (Adults SANTA) (Physiotherapy) Doyle P BAHons (UDW) (Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Science) Ebrahim Khan N BOptom(UKZN) Moptom (UKZN) (Optometry) Fewster D BOT (UKZN), MOT(UKZN) (Occupational Therapy) Gcabasha NM BOptom (UKZN) (Optometry) Jhetam S BOptom (UKZN) (Optometry) Koch H BOT (Pret), MOT (UKZN) (Occupational Therapy) Kunene SH BSc Physio (MEDUNSA) (Physiotherapy) Lawler S BSc (Physio) (UDW) (Physiotherapy) Makhoba MG BSc Audiology (UCT) (Audiology) Mhlongo N BCommunication Pathology (UKZN) (Speech-Language Pathology) Moodley I BDnTh (UDW), MSc (Dent) (Dentistry) Moodley R BDnTh (UDW), MSc (Dent) (Dentistry) Naidoo U BCommunication Pathology (UKZN) (Speech-Language Pathology) Peters BM BAHons, UHDE (UDW) (Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Science) Rathiram V BCommunication Pathology (UDW) (Speech-Language Pathology) Van Bever Donker R BSc (Physio) (UWC), OMT (SASP) (Physiotherapy) School of Laboratory Medicine and Medical Sciences Dean and Head of School Professor W.U. Daniels Emeritus Professor Sturm AW MD, PhD (University of Amsterdam) (Medical Microbiology and Infection Prevention & Control) Senior Professor Satyapal KS LRCP, LRCS, LM (lreland), MD (General Surgery) (UND), FICA (USA), FRCP (Ireland) LLM (Medical Law) (UKZN), Fellow of the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Anatomy) Professors Daniels WMU BSc (UWC), BScHons, MSc, PhD, MBA (Stellenbosch) (Physiology and Dean/Head of School) Moodley P MBChB (Natal), MMed, PhD (Natal) (Medical Microbiology & Infection Prevention & Control) Musabayane CT BScHons (Herts), PhD (Zimbabwe) (Physiology) Ndung'u T BVM (Nairobi), PhD (Harvard) (Hasso Plattner/HPP/Virology) Ramdial PK MBChB MMed, Adv DipAdEd (Natal), FFPath (SA) (Anatomical Pathology) Associate Professors Channa ML BScHons (UDW), HED (Unisa), MSc, PhD, MDD (UDW) (Physiology) Chuturgoon AA BScHons, MSc (Natal) (Chemical Pathology & Medical Biochemistry) Coovadia YM MBChB (UCT), FCPath(Micro)(SA) (Medical Microbiology) Mackraj I BScHons, MSc, PhD (UDW) (Physiology) Mlisana KP MBChB MMed (Natal) (Medical Microbiology) Naicker T BSc (UDW), Tch RMS (UK), MMedSc, PhD (Natal), FRMS (UK) (Optics and imaging centre) Futre EM BA Hons, STD (Stellenbosch); BSc(Med)Hons, MSc(Med) (UCT), PhD (Pretoria) (Physiology)

26 16 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Senior Lecturers Azu OO PhD (Lagos), Cert. Plast. (Munich) (Anatomy) Gordon ML BScHons, MMedSc, PhD (Virology) Mabandla MV BScMedicine (Honours), PhD (UCT) (Physiology) Mann JC B.Sc, B.Sc. (Hons), MMedSci, PhD (UKZN) (HPP/Virology) Nadar A BScHons (UDW), HED (Unisa), MSc, PhD (UDW) (Physiology) Naidu SG MSc, PhD (Witwatersrand) (Physiology) Naicker VL MBChB, MMed, DHSM (Natal), FFPath(SA) (Haematology) Pillay M BSc, BMedSc(Hons) (UDW), MMedSc, PhD (Natal) (Medical Microbiology) Lecturers Aiyer SM MD, FCFor Path (SA) (Forensic Pathology) Ajith A, BSc (UDW), BSc(Hons) (RU), MSc (UOFS) (Optics and Imaging Centre) Bhola P MBChB (Natal), FCPath(Micro)(SA) (Medical Microbiology) Dlamini N MBChB (Natal), FCPath(Micro)(SA) DipHIVMan (SA) (Medical Microbiology) De Gama B BMedScHons, MMedSc (UKZN) (Anatomy) Gounden V MBChB (Natal), FCPath (Chem)(SA), MMed (Wits) (Chemical Pathology & Medical Biochemistry) Govender K MBChB (Natal), Diploma in HIV Management (CMSA) FCPath (Viro) (SA) (Virology) Govender P MBChB, FCPath(SA) Anatomical Pathology (Anatomical Pathology) Haffejee S MBChB (UCT), FCPath(Micro)(SA) (Medical Microbiology) Joubert BC BSc, BMedScHons (Natal),MMedSc, PhD (UKZN)(Medical Microbiology and Infection Prevention & Control) Khosa MT MBChB (Natal), Diploma in HIV Management (CMSA), M.Sc. in Sexually transmitted infections and HIV, (UCL) and (LSHTM) (Virology) Kwitshana Z NDip; Sp. Dip. MTech, (MUT);NHD (Natal Tech), MSc. Medical Microbiology (Natal). PhD (UKZN) (Immunology) Lazarus L BMedScHons, MMedSc (UDW) (Anatomy) Madaree A MBChB, FCPath(SA) Anatomical Pathology (Anatomical Pathology) Mahabeer P MBChB (Natal), FCPath(Micro)(SA) (Medical Microbiology) Mahabeer Y MBChB (Natal), FCPath(Micro)(SA) (Medical Microbiology) Mahomed S MBChB (Natal), FCPHM (SA) (Public Health) MMed (PHM) (Natal) DipHIVMan (SA) (Public health and Infection Prevention & Control Moodley P MBChB, FFPath (Haem), Dip Health Care Management (SA) (Haematology) Moodley P MBChB (Natal), FCPath (Viro) (SA) (Virology) Msomi NB MBChB (Natal), Diploma in HIV Management (CMSA) FCPath (Viro) (SA) (Virology) Myburg RB BScHons, MMedSc (Natal) (Chemical Pathology & Medical Biochemistry) Naidoo Prebashni MBChB (Natal), FCPath(Chem)(SA) (Chemical Pathology & Medical Biochemistry) Naidoo Prisha MBChB (Natal), FCPath(Chem)(SA) (Chemical Pathology & Medical Biochemistry) Naidu ECS MBChB (Natal), MMedSc (UDW) (Anatomy) Niehaus AJ MBChB (UOFS), FCPath Micro (SA), MMed (Med Micro) (UKZN) (Medical Microbiology) Parboosing R MBChB (Natal), FCPath (Viro) (SA), MMed (UKZN), MSc( Columbia) (Virology) Pillay P BMedScHons, MMedSc (UKZN) (Anatomy) Ramautar AS, BScHons (UDW), MMedSc (Natal) PhD (UKZN) (Physiology) Ramjathan P MBChB(Natal), FCPath(Micro)(SA) (Medical Microbiology) Rennie CO BMedScHons, MMedSc (UKZN) (Anatomy) Rapiti N MBChB, FCPath(SA) (Haematology) Samuel, EY MBChB(Natal), Dip(OBST)(SA), FCPath(Micro)(SA) (Medical Microbiology) Samuel R MBChB (Natal), Diploma in HIV Management (CMSA), FCPath (Viro) (SA) (Virology) Sirkar R MBChB (Natal), FCPath(SA) (Chemical Pathology & Medical Biochemistry) Sookan L MBChB(Witwatersrand), FCPath(Micro)(SA) (Medical Microbiology) Stanfliet JC, MBChB (UCT), MMed (Chem, UCT), FCPath (Chem) (SA) (Chemical Pathology & Medical

27 Health Sciences 17 Biochemistry) Swe Swe-Han K MBBS (Mynamar), FC Path Micro(SA), MMed (Medunsa), DTMH(Witwatersrand), PDIC(Stellenbosch) (Medical Microbiology ) Thaver V, MMedSci (Natal), PhD (Pretoria) (Physiology) Turzyniecka MJ, MBBS (Warsaw), MRCP (UK), MRCPE, FRCPath (London), DM (Southampton, UK), (Chemical Pathology & Medical Biochemistry) Van der Walt M MBChB (Stellenbosch), MMed (Stellenbosch) Anatomical Pathology (Anatomical Pathology) School of Nursing and Public Health Dean and Head of School Professor B.P. Ncama Professors Brysiewicz P BA (Nursing Admin&Nursing educ.), B Social Science (Nursing), MCur; PhD (Nursing) Mars M MBChB (UCT), MD(Natal)(Telehealth) Tanser FC, PhD (UKZN), MSc Epidemiology (Imperial College, London), MSc Geography (Rhodes University), BSc Hons (Rhodes University). Honorary Professor, University College London Associate Professors Mchunu GG RN, RNE, RNA, OHNP, MCur (Natal) PhD (UKZN) (Nursing) Chima SC MD, LL.M (Medical Law) (Northumbria ( Bio & Research Ethics and Medical Law) Mtshali NG Dip N &M; Dip OT; BCurHons (Unisa); MCur-Nursing Education (UND); PhD (UKZN) (Nursing) Naidoo NR MBChB (Natal), DOH(UCT), MPH (OccHealth), PhD (Michigan) (Occupational & Environmental Health) Naidoo SS MBChB (Natal), MFamMed (Natal), FCFP(SA) (Family Medicine) Ncama BP RN RM, RICN, RCHN, RDN, RNE, MCur (Natal), PhD (UKZN) (Nursing) Pillay AL BAHons, MA (UDW), MSc (Harvard), PhD (Natal) (Behavioural Medicine) Pillay BJ BAHons, MA (UDW), PhD, DHSM (Natal),ClinPsych(UK), ClinSci (UK), LLM (Medical Law)(UKZN) (Behavioural Medicine) Sartorius BKD, PhD (Wits), EPIET fellow (Sweden), MSc (Wits), BSc Hons (Wits), BSc (Wits) (Public Health Medicine) Taylor M BScPharm (Rhodes), MMedSci (UDW), PhD (UKZN) (Public Health Medicine) Tsoka-Gwegweni JM, BSc(Hons) (Biological Science) (Reading, UK), BAHons (Psychology) (UNISA), MSc (Medical Parasitology) ( Natal ), MPH (UWC), PhD (UKZN) (Public Health Medicine) Senior Lecturers Gaede BM MB BCH(WITS), MMED (Family Medicine)(MEDUNSA) (Rural Health) Horwood CM MBBS, MRCGP, MPH, PhD (ukzn) (Rural Health ) Knight S BSc, MBBCh, DTM&H (Witwatersrand), DPHC(Ed), MFGP(SA), FFCH(SA) (Public Health Medicine) Majeke S BCur (Natal), MCur (Unisa), PhD (UKZN), RNE, RNA, RMCHN, RADM & NN, RM, RN (Nursing) Ross AJ MBChB (UCT), PGDip(Paediatrics), (SA College of Medicine) MFamMed (MEDUNSA) (Family Medicine) Lecturers Bagwandeen CI MBChB (Medunsa),DHS(Natal), DipHIV Management(SA), FCPHM(SA) (Public Health Medicine) Tlou B: Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Statistics and Computer science(ufh),honours in Applied Statistics(UFH),Master of Science in Biostatistics and Epidemiology(UFH)., (Public Health Medicine) De Beer J RN, RM, RNE, CHN, CCRN, Nursing Management Dip (UKZN) Critical Care, Dip BCUR (Life Health Care), BNHon (UKZN), MA (Unisa), PhD (Nursing)(UKZN) (Nursing) Dlungwane TP BSc(Physio) (WITS), MPH(UKZN), (Public Health Medicine) Diab PN MBChB (UCT), Adv Health Management Dipl (Yale university), MFamMed(Stellenbosch) - (Rural Health)

28 18 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Engelbrecht C RN, RM, RAPN, RCHN B.Cur; M.Cur (UJ)(Nursing) (Nursing) Enslin-Zank A BAHons (UDW), MA (Natal) (Behavioural Medicine) Geils CE BAHons (Natal), MA(Clinical Psychology)(Rhodes) (Behavioural Medicine) Ginindza TG, MSc Epidemiology, Dip. Epidemiology (LSHTM, London), MPH(The University of Melbourne), Com.Med (Nairobi, Kenya), (Public Health Medicine) Glajchen S, BSc (Occ Ther(Witwatersrand), Advanced Dip AD Ed (Natal), MPH(Hebrew University) (Public Health Medicine) Govender RD BSc (UDW), MBChB, MFamMed (Natal) (Family Medicine) Gumede E Z RNE, RNA, RCHN, RM, RN. BCur (UniZulu), Masters Health Systems Management. (UNIZUL) (Nursing) Jafta N BMedScHons (Natal), MMedSc(UKZN) (Occupational and Environmental Health) Johnston ER BAHons (Speech &Hearing Therapy) (Witwatersrand), MA (RAU) (Behavioural Medicine) Kerr J, PhD (UKZN), MCur (Stellenbosch), RN, RM, RNA, RNE, CHN, OHN, (Nursing), Mahomed O, MBCHB (Natal), MBA, FCPHM (SA), M.Med (PHM)-UKZN (Public Health Medicine) Mankayi AA BAHons (Vista), MA(Clinical Psychology)(Rhodes) (Behavioural Medicine) Mhlaba TY MBChB, FCPHM (SA), (Public Health Medicine) Naidoo S MBChB (Natal), MMED (UKZN), FCPHM (SA), DOH(UCT), DHSM (Natal) PHD (Utrecht) (Occupational & Environmental Health) Naidoo K MBChB (Natal), Dip.Anaes.(SA), Dip.Obs.(SA), M.FamMed.(Natal), MCFP (SA) (Family Medicine) Naidoo K MBChB(Natal);MMED-FamMed (Natal);LLM-Medical Law(UKZN); FCFP(SA); PhD-Medicine (UKZN) Naidoo M MBChB, MFamMed (Natal), FCFP(SA), MSc SportsMed (Pretoria) Dip HIV Management (SA) Dip PEC(SA) (Family Medicine) Naidoo JR BNurs (Natal), MNurs (UKZN), RN, RM, RNE, CHN, RPN (Nursing), PhD(UKZN) (Nursing) Naidu T BAHons, MA (UDW), PGDip(HRM), PGDip(Narrative Research), PhD(Psychology)(UKZN) (Behavioural Medicine) Ndebele T RN, RM, CHN, RNE RNA, BCur (Unisa), MCur (Natal). (Nursing) Nkwayana MN BScHons, MSc (Natal) (Public Health Medicine) Noor Mahomed SB BAHons, MA (UDW), PhD (UKZN) (Behavioural Medicine) Phaswana S MBChB (UCT), MMED (UKZN), FCPHM (SA)- Occ Med (Occupational & Environmental Health) Dr S Rangiah BSc.,BMedSc.,MMedSc.(Anatomy),MBCHB,MFamMed (UKZN) (Family Medicine) Rawatlal N BAHons, MA (Behavioural Medicine) Siyothula ETB BAHons, MA (Zululand) (Behavioural Medicine) Smith A A H Adv Dip (Nursing Education), BAHons-Nursing management (UKZN), MN- Mental Health (UKZN) (Nursing) Swain KD BCom (UND), NDP Psych (UKZN), BSocSci Hons (UKZN), MSocSci (Clin Psych)(UKZN) (Bahavioural Medicine) Vawda NB, BAHons, MA (UDW), PhD(UKZN) (Behavioural Medicine) Voce AS BSc (Occ Ther) (Witwatersrand), Advanced University Dip (Natal), Master (Comm Health) (Liverpool), PhD (UKZN) (Public Health Medicine) Wentzel D MPH (UKZN), BNAP, RN, RM, CHN, RNE, Intensive Nursing Care Diploma (Nursing) Yashik Singh,BSc - (Natal), BSc NDP (UKZN), BSc Hons - Computer Science (UKZN), MMEdSc Medical Informatics (UKZN), PhD - Medical Informatics (UKZN) (Telehealth) Honorary Appointments Honorary Professors Abdool-Karim Q BSc (UDW), HEDDip(Unisa), Diploma Pub Service Man (Pretoria), PhD(Natal) (Public Health

29 Health Sciences 19 Medicine) Abdool-Karim SS MBChB (Natal), FFCH(SA), MMED (Natal), MS-Epidemiology(Columbia), PhD(Natal) (Public Health Medicine) Archibong U BSc, PhD (Hull) (Nursing) Batterman S PhD (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) (Occupational & Environmental Health) Chambers M PhD (Ulster), RGN, RMN, RNT (Nursing) Kliewer WL BA (Vanguard University, US), MS (Portland State University, US), PhD (University of California, US) (Behavioural Medicine) Robins T MD (Tufts University, Boston), MPH (University of Michigan) (Occupational & Environmental Health) Wood FB BAHons (Wake Forest), MDiv(SouthEastern Baptist Theological Seminary), MA(Wake Forest), PhD(Duke) (Behavioural Medicine) Honorary Associate Professors Bhengu BR RNE; RNA; RICN; RCHN; RM; RN; BCurHons (Unisa); MCur (RAU), PhD (Natal) (Nursing) Cassimjee M H BMedScHons (UDW), MPraxMed, DHSM (Natal), LLMRCP, LLMRCS(Ire), FCGP(SA) (Family Medicine) Chetty MN, MBChB, MFamMed (Natal), DTM&H, DOH (Witwatersrands), DSM (Natal), DNS (Negotiations Academy), MPH (Tulane) (Public Health Medicine) Moodley I BScPharm (UDW), PhD(London) (Public Health Medicine ) Honorary Senior Lecturers Fröhlich JA, DCur, BCur (RAU) (Nursing) Honorary Lecturers Asmal S BA (Dublin), MBChB (Dublin), MfamMed (Natal) (Family Medicine) Govender CS MBBCh (UN) Dip PEC (CMSA) Dip HIV Man (CMSA) FCEM (CMSA) M Phil Emerg. Med (UCT) (Family Medicine) Govind U MBChB (Natal), MFGP MPraxMed(Natal), DOH DTM&H DHSM (Family Medicine) Lutge EE, M Epidemiol (LSHTM), MPH, (UKZN), MB.ChB (UCT) (Public Health Medicine) Maharaj RC MBBCh (Wits) FCEM (CMSA) MMED Emergency Medicine (UCT) DA (SA) CMSA Dip PEC (CMSA) (Family Medicine) Mtshali ST, BSc(UCT), MBChB(Medunsa), MBA(Free State), Master Pharmaco and Health Economics (Pompeu fabra), (Public Health Medicine) Ramlachan P MBChB (Natal), MHealthSci (Sydney) (Family Medicine) Rugnath T MBBCh (NUI), LLM, RCS, LLM RCP(Irel), MFamMed (Natal), MCFP(SA) (Family Medicine) Ryan A MBBCh, DTM&H DOH (Witwatersrand), DipAnaes(SA) (Occupational and Environmental Health) Sirkar S MBChB, MFamMed, MCFP (Natal) (Family Medicine) Stander SC, BSN (California, San Diego), MSc Nursing (JHU) (Nursing) Wood DR MBBCh (Wits) B Pharm (Rhodes) M Phil Emerg. Med (UCT) FCEM (UK) DipPEC (CMSA) Dip Anaesth. (CMSA) Aeromed. Diploma (UCT) (Family Medicine) Adjunct Lecturer Esterhuizen TM, BSCHons (Natal), MSc Epidemiology (London) (Public Health Medicine) Adjunct Lecturers Chetty M N MBChB, MPraxMed (Natal), DOH MPH (USA), DHS&M, DTM&H (Family Medicine) Senior Research Associates Kjetland EF MD Medicine (University of Oslo), PhD (University of Oslo) (Public Health Medicine) Kvalsvig J BA Hons, MA, PhD (Natal) (Public Health Medicine) Lewis M PhD (Natal) (Nursing) Webber J PhD (Natal) (Nursing)

30 20 Staff of the College of Health Sciences Honorary Research Fellow Corless I, PhD (Boston) (Nursing) HaberMan M, PhD (Boston) (Nursing) Nicholas P, DNSc (Boston) (Nursing) Chambers C, RN, RM, RNE, DipAdvMid & Neonatal Nursing Sc. (Nursing)

31 Transformation Charter 21 THE UKZN TRANSFORMATION CHARTER OUR VISION The vision of the University of KwaZulu-Natal (the University) is to be the Premier University of African Scholarship. The achievement of this vision is dependent on the transformation of the University. The notion of transformation which the University embraces is deeper and broader than a narrow categorization based on race and gender representation.. It means changing the identity and culture of the University in every aspect of its mission. Transformation is profoundly advanced by improving the quality of human relationships, and meaningful behavioural change can best bring the identity and culture of the University into alignment with its vision. OUR ASPIRATIONS We ASPIRE TO BE a transformed university which: Heals the divisions of our nation s past, bridges racial and cultural divides, and lays the foundations for a university that is united in its diversity; Promotes high quality research, excellent teaching and learning, and responsible community engagement; Promotes African scholarship in every discipline and ubuntu/botho in its organisational culture; Embraces socially and contextually relevant curricula that reflect the University s location in South Africa, Africa and the World; Recognises the importance and value of African languages as academic languages; Prioritises the well-being and growth of every individual student and staff member; Reflects race and gender representation in its management structures, personnel profile, and student population; Is socially cohesive and inclusive; Is free of discrimination on the basis of ethnicity, race, gender, class, nationality, religion sexual orientation and disability; Nurtures collegiality, recognises and respects difference, and celebrates diversity; Reflects a new and refreshing culture of tolerance, understanding and vibrant engagement within the University community.

32 Health Sciences 22 OUR CURRENT CONTEXT We RECOGNISE that: Our transformation has already begun, and that considerable progress has been made; The University nevertheless still has much to achieve to realize its transformation objectives. OUR COMMITMENT We COMMIT ourselves: to the principles and values enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, notably: (i) Human dignity, the achievement of equality and the advancement of human rights and freedoms; and (ii) Non-racialism and non-sexism. to the principles of efficiency, integration and devolution that underpin the Statute of the University; to the UKZN PACT, which promotes mutual respect, responsibility, and excellence in teaching and learning; to work together until the objectives set out below are manifested in our University. Therefore, we the staff and students of the University of KwaZulu-Natal adopt this Transformation Charter. OUR CHARTER The University shall be a place where: Research, Teaching, Learning and Scholarship are a Vocation for All Access to learning will continue to be promoted to advance social transformation and redress; Scholars will pursue their studies in accordance with the principle of freedom of inquiry and research; Scholars will advance knowledge and culture through globally-competitive research and scholarship, and research-led teaching and learning; Research and curricula will be socially and contextually relevant; African languages will be promoted as academic languages; The University will be student-centred and provide a caring environment for every student;

33 Transformation Charter 23 A holistic approach to education, characterized by excellence in teaching and learning, will produce skilled self-confident and socially responsible graduates, conscious of their role in contributing to the national development effort and social transformation. Race and Gender Representation is Evident in All Structures The staff profile of the University at all occupational levels will reflect the demographics of our province and country; Gender equity within the management levels of the University will be ensured, and women will be adequately represented in all management structures; The implementation of employment equity and the advancement of designated groups within the University structures will be part of the performance management requirements of all line managers; Mentorship programmes that develop, support and nurture black and female academic staff members will be provided; Mentorship and professional development programmes that attract and retain staff of the highest calibre, develop all staff to their full potential, and meet equity objectives will be developed. A Socially Cohesive and Inclusive Institutional Culture Thrives Social cohesion will be valued and promoted through engagement and understanding, tolerance and respect for diversity in all its forms; Every individual will be encouraged to promote social interaction among diverse social groupings, whether among or between staff and students; The University will adopt, implement and monitor policies and procedures that aim to eliminate discrimination in all its manifestations including ethnicity, race, gender, nationality, class, religion, sexual orientation and disability; Processes will be devised in such a way as to break a code of silence around instances of discrimination in any form; Structures and procedures for problem-solving and dispute resolution will be strengthened to handle grievances in a fair and constructive manner; The University will enhance on-going education and training for staff and students that sensitises the University community to the lived experiences of its diverse constituencies. It will in this way foster understanding and tolerance, and promote the celebration of diversity; The social and personal well-being of staff and students, and an enabling environment for the realization of their full human potential, will be actively promoted.

34 Health Sciences 24 Good Modes of Governance are Enshrined Good corporate governance will be ensured through commitment to democratic representation, devolution, consultation, accountability and transparency; Governance, leadership and management will be practiced in a manner that encourages and facilitates positive, proactive, and continuous institutional transformation; The University leadership and management will be responsible and directly accountable for creating an environment that cherishes diversity and equity, and which is conducive to respect, tolerance and understanding. The Right to Freedom of Expression is Guaranteed Every individual whether student or staff is a valued member of the University community, and each voice will have the right to be heard; Ongoing debate and dialogue on all aspects of transformation and organisational culture will be fostered; The University will enhance its role as a leader in transformation by holding regular debates and discussions that will broaden understanding, and identify trends that inhibit and obstruct transformation; These engagements will be conducted according to commonly developed rules of debate appropriate to a university that espouses critical thinking and well-founded argument; Members of Senate will participate actively in debates and discussions and will assume a responsibility in preparing the University for the advent of the broader transformational challenges inherent in global change and the achievement of the University s vision; The right to freedom of expression will be counterbalanced by responsibility, accountability and the limitations spelt out within the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. Advancement of the Transformation Agenda is the Responsibility of All All members of the University community will understand the meaning of transformation and accept individual and collective responsibility for its advancement; Leaders within all stakeholder groupings will play a critical role in advancing the transformation agenda; Leaders will develop a shared understanding of transformational leadership behaviour, and practice it; Key stakeholder groupings will commit to the process of transformation, and contribute actively to it by clearly defining their roles and responsibilities, and improving interpersonal stakeholder relationships at all levels; Academics will embrace the notion that universities are places of reflection to extend the boundaries of human existence and will acknowledge the centrality of human relationships in

35 Transformation Charter 25 meeting the challenges of our times, and in realising the vision and strategic objectives of the University; Students will recognise that they have individual and collective responsibilities to participate in the building of an institutional identity based on mutual respect and tolerance; Staff members will take pride in making the University an institution where courtesy; accountability; mutual respect and efficiency are core values.

36 Health Sciences 26 University of KwaZulu-Natal Pact We, the staff and students of the University of KwaZulu-Natal agree to treat each other with respect, to abide by the rules and regulations of the institution and to commit ourselves to excellence in research-led teaching and learning Isivumelwano senyuvesi yakwazulu-natali Thina, singabasebenzi nabafundi basenyuvesi yakwazulu-natali sivumelana ngokuthi siphathane ngenhlonipho, silandele yonke imithetho nemigomo yesikhungo futhi sizibophezela ekufundeni nasekufundiseni okuholwa ucwaningo nokunobunyoningco

37 Sessional Dates 27 SESSIONAL DATES 2015 HOWARD COLLEGE, PIETERMARITZBURG AND WESTVILLE CAMPUSES FIRST SEMESTER EASTER VACATION WINTER VACATION SECOND SEMESTER Monday, 9 February Wednesday, 24 June Saturday, 28 March Monday, 6 April Thursday, 25 June Tuesday, 21 July Wednesday, 22 July Tuesday, 1 December PRE-SEMESTER: Thu, 01 Fri, 02 Jan Thu, 01 Jan New Year s Day (Public Holiday) Fri, 02 Jan University Offices open Mon, 05 Fri, 09 Jan Tue, 06 Jan Self-help registration system opens Mon, 12 Fri, 16 Jan Wed, 07 Jan On or before Wed, 14 Jan Deadline for applications for re-marks Deadline for submission of Exclusion Appeals CEACOM meetings (College Exclusion Appeals Comm.) Mon, 19 Fri, 23 Jan Tue, 20 AEACOM meeting Mon, 26 Sat, 31 Jan Sat, 31 Jan Parents Day Mon, 02 Feb Fri, 06 Feb Mon, 02 Feb Fri, 06 Feb Orientation and On-Campus Registration of students SEMESTER 1: 1 Mon, 09 Fri, 13 Feb Mon, 09 Feb First Semester commences Lectures commence 2 Mon, 16 Fri, 20 Feb Fri, 20 Feb Final date for capturing and confirming module choices (academic registration) for all students including those unable to meet financial obligations to conclude registration. Final date for submitting curriculum changes. Final date for requests for extended DPs; Concessions. 3 Mon, 23 Fri, 27 Feb Fri, 27 Feb Closing date for registration of all returning research post-graduates

38 Health Sciences 28 (Research Masters & Doctoral). Final date for payment of all fees required for 1 st semester registration (financial registration). 4 Mon, 02 Fri, 06 Mar Fri, 06 Mar Final day for capturing graduation decisions onto ITS for the students who had outstanding requirements. (Honours, PGDips, Bachelors, Diplomas and Certificates) 5 Mon, 09 Fri, 13 Mar 6 Mon, 16 Sat, 21 Mar Fri, 20 Mar Final day for capturing graduation decisions onto ITS (Doctoral and Masters Studies) 7 Mon, 23 Fri, 27 Mar Sat, 28 Mar Mon, 06 Apr Sat, 21 Mar Human Rights Day (Public Holiday) EASTER VACATION (STUDENT MID-TERM BREAK) Fri, 03 Apr Mon, 06 Apr Good Friday (Public Holiday) Family Day (public Holiday) 8 Tue, 07 Fri, 10 Apr Tue, Apr 07 Compensatory: Follows Monday Timetable Wed, Apr 08 Fri, 10 Apr 9 Mon, 13 Sat, 18 Apr Mon, 13 Sat, 18 Apr 10 Mon, 20 Fri, 24 Apr Mon, 20 Tue, 21 Apr Compensatory: Follows Friday Timetable Final date for withdrawal from a module Final date for withdrawal from the University (Semester 1) Final timetable for main & supplementary exams released Graduation Ceremonies (WVL) Graduation Ceremonies (PMB) 11 Mon, 27 Apr Fri, 01 May Mon, 27 Apr Freedom Day (Public Holiday) 12 Mon 04 Fri, 08 May 13 Mon, 11 Fri, 15 May Thu, 30 Apr Fri, 01 May Final date for full payment of 1 st Semester Fees Workers Day (Public Holiday) 14 Mon, 18 - Fri, 22 May Tue, 19 May DP refusals published

39 Sessional Dates 29 Wed, 20 May Thu, 21 Mon, 25 May Thu, 21 May Lectures end Study period Final date for submission of DP Appeals to School Offices 15 Mon, 25 Sat, 30 May Tue, 26 May First Semester Exams commence (incl. Saturdays) 16 Mon, 01 Jun Sat, 06 Jun Exam week 17 Mon, 08 Fri, 12 Jun Wed, 10 Jun First Semester Exams end Thu, 11 Tue, 16 Jun Break between exams 18 Mon, 15 Sat, 20 Jun Tue, 16 Jun Youth Day (Public Holiday) Wed, 17 Jun 1 st Semester Supplementary Exams commence 19 Mon, 22 Fri, 26 Jun Wed, 24 Jun Supplementary Exams end First Semester ends Semester 1: Teaching days: Monday 12, Tuesday 14, Wednesday 14, Thursday 13, Friday 12 : 65 days Study leave: 5 days; Examinations: 14 days; Supp. exams: 7 days; Compensatory days: Tue,07 Apr & Wed, 08 Apr Thu, 25 Jun Tue, 21 Jul MID-YEAR BREAK (Winter Vacation) Fri, 03 Jul Fri, 10 Jul Fri, 17 Jul Supplementary Exam marks to be captured on SMS by 12h00 Release of 1 st semester results after Exam Boards at 00:01 am Eid-Al-Fitr (condoned absence) SEMESTER 2: 1 Mon, 20 Fri, 24 Jul Wed, 22 Jul Second Semester commences Thu, 23 Jul 2 Mon, 27 Fri, 31 Jul On or before Tue, 28 Jul Lectures commence Deadline for submission of Exclusion Appeals Deadline for applications for remarks CEACOM meetings (College Exclusion Appeals Comm.) 3 Mon, 03 Fri, 07 Aug Mon, 03 Aug AEACOM meeting

40 Health Sciences 30 Tue, 04 Aug Final date for 2 nd semester registration of ALL qualifications (except first entry research Masters and PhDs). Final date for submitting curriculum changes Final date for requests for extended DPs; Concessions 4 Mon, 10 Fri, 14 Aug Mon, 10 Aug Women s Day (Public Holiday) observed 5 Mon, 17 Fri, 21 Aug 6 Mon, 24 Fri, 28 Aug 7 Mon, 31 Aug Fri, 04 Sep Mon, 31 Aug Final date for payment of fees for the 2 nd Semester 8 Mon, 07 Fri, 11 Sep Fri, 11 Sep Final date for withdrawal from a module Final date for withdrawal from the University (Semester 2) Final timetable for main and supplementary examinations released 9 Mon, 14 Fri, 18 Sep Mon, 14 Sep Rosh Hashanah (Condoned absence) Sat, 19 Sep Sun, 27 Sep 10 Mon, 28 Sep Fri, 02 Oct 11 Mon, 05 Fri, 09 Oct 12 Mon, 12 Fri, 16 Oct 13 Mon, 19 Sat, 24 Oct Wed, 23 Sep Thu, 24 Sep STUDENT MID-TERM BREAK Yom Kippur (Condoned absence) Eid-Al-Adhah (Condoned absence) Heritage Day (Public Holiday) 14 Mon, 26 Oct Sun, 01 Nov Mon, 26 Oct DP refusals published Tue, 27 Oct Wed, 28 Oct Sun, 01 Nov Wed, 28 Oct Fri, 30 Oct Lectures end Study period Final date for submission of DP Appeals to School Offices Final date for submission of College handbooks for Mon, 02 Sat, 07 Nov Mon, 02 Nov Second Semester Exams commence

41 Sessional Dates Mon, 09 Sat, 14 Nov Mon, 09 Sat, 14 Nov Wed, 11 Nov (incl. Saturdays) Exam week Diwali/Deepavali (Condoned absence) (No exams scheduled) 17 Mon, 16 Sat, 21 Nov Wed, 18 Nov Second Semester Exams end Thu, 19 Mon, 23 Nov Break between Exams 18 Mon, 23 Sat, 28 Nov Tue, 24 Nov 2 nd Semester Supplementary Exams commence 19 Mon, 30 Nov Fri, 04 Dec Tue, 01 Dec 2 nd Semester Supplementary Exams end Second Semester ends Fri, 04 Dec Last day for submission of theses/dissertations to the Post- Graduate Administrative Offices for possible April 2016 Graduation Semester 2: Teaching days: Monday 12, Tuesday 13, Wednesday 13, Thursday 13, Friday 13 : 64 days Study leave: 5 days; Examinations: 14 days; Supp. exams: 7 days; Compensatory day: 0 YEAR-END BREAK: Mon, 07 Fri, 11 Dec Thu, 10 Dec Supplementary marks to be captured on SMS by 12h00 Mon, 14 Fri, 18 Dec Wed, 16 Dec Day of Reconciliation (Public Holiday) Fri, 18 Dec Release of 2 nd semester results after Exam Boards (00:01 am) Mon, 21 Sat, 26 Dec 24 Dec University Offices close at 16h30 (24/12/2015) and re-opens on the 02 nd January 2016 Fri, 25 Dec Sat, 26 Dec Christmas Day (Public Holiday) Day of Goodwill (Public Holiday) Please note: The University of KwaZulu-Natal reserves the right to change any of the said Sessional Dates, solely in its discretion, and without any liability for inconvenience and/or loss occasioned thereby.

42 Health Sciences 32 MBChB SESSIONAL DATES 2015 FIRST SEMESTER EASTER VACATION WINTER VACATION SECOND SEMESTER Monday, 09 February Wednesday, 24 June Saturday, 28 Mar Monday, 06 April Thursday, 25 June Tuesday, 21 July Wednesday, 22 July Tuesday, 01 December PRE-SEMESTER: Thu, 01 Fri, 02 Jan Thu, 01 Jan New Year s Day (Public Holiday) Fri, 02 Jan University Offices open Mon, 05 Fri, 09 Jan Tue, 06 Jan Self-help registration system opens Wed, 07 Jan Fri, 09 Jan Mon, 12 Fri, 16 Jan On or before Wed, 14 Jan Mon, 12 Jan Tue, 13 Jan Wed, 14 Jan Deadline for applications for re-marks Deadline for submission of Exclusion Appeals 6th Year Registration and Orientation CEACOM meetings (College Exclusion Appeals Comm.) 2 nd year Registration MBChB 6 Block 1 commences 3 rd year Registration MBChB 2 lectures commence MBChB 3 lectures commence Mon, 19 Fri, 23 Jan Tue, 20 AEACOM meeting Thu, 22 Jan Fri, 23 Jan 4 th year Registration and Orientation 4 th year Selectives Orientation (CMED4EL) 5 th year Registration and Orientation Mon, 26 Sat, 31 Jan Mon, 26 Jan MBChB 4 and 5 Block 1 commences Fri, 30 Jan Sat, 31 Jan 1 st year registration Parents Day Mon, 02 Feb Sat, 07 Feb Mon, 02 Feb Opening ceremony, first year students Mon, 02 Feb Fri, 06 Feb Fri, 06 Feb Orientation and On-Campus Registration of students

43 Sessional Dates 33 SEMESTER 1: 1 Mon, 09 Fri, 13 Feb Mon, 09 Feb First Semester commences MBChB 1 lectures commence Lectures commence 2 Mon, 16 Fri, 20 Feb Fri, 20 Feb Final date for 1 st semester registration of all undergraduate qualifications; Honours; PGDips and Course Work (CW) Masters degrees. 3 Mon, 23 Fri, 27 Feb Fri, 27 Feb Final date for submitting curriculum changes Final date for requests for extended DPs; Concessions. Closing date for registration of all returning research post- graduates (Research Masters & Doctoral) Final date for payment of all fees required for 1 st semester registration (for abovementioned qualifications) Mon, 23 Fri, 27 Feb MBChB 6 Block 1 Exam week 4 Mon, 02 Fri, 06 Mar Mon, 02 Mar MBChB 4 and 5 Block 1 Exam week Fri, 06 Mar MBChB 6 Block 2 commences Final day for capturing graduation decisions onto ITS for the students who had outstanding requirements. (Honours, PGDips, Bachelors, Diplomas and Certificates) 5 Mon, 09 Fri, 13 Mar Mon, 9 Mar MBChB 4 and 5 Block 2 commences 6 Mon, 16 Sat, 21 Mar Fri, 20 Mar Final day for capturing graduation decisions onto ITS (Doctoral and Masters Studies) 7 Mon, 23 Fri, 27 Mar Sat, 28 Mar Mon, 06 Apr Sat, 21 Mar Human Rights Day (Public Holiday) EASTER VACATION (STUDENT MID-TERM BREAK) Fri, 03 Apr Mon, 06 Apr Good Friday (Public Holiday) Family Day (public Holiday) 8 Tue, 07 Fri, 10 Apr Tue, Apr 07 Compensatory: Follows Monday Timetable

44 Health Sciences 34 Wed, Apr 08 Compensatory: Follows Friday Timetable 9 Mon, 13 Sat, 18 Apr Mon, 13 Sat, 18 Apr Fri, 10 Apr Final date for withdrawal from a module Mon, 13 Fri, 17 Apr 10 Mon, 20 Fri, 24 Apr Mon, 20 Tue, 21 Apr Mon, 20 Apr Final date for withdrawal from the University (Semester 1) Final timetable for main & supplementary exams released Graduation Ceremonies (WVL) MBChB 4, 5 and 6 Block 2 Exam week Graduation Ceremonies (PMB) MBChB 4, 5 and 6 Block 3 lectures commence 11 Mon, 27 Apr Fri, 01 May Mon, 27 Apr Freedom Day (Public Holiday) 12 Mon 04 Fri, 08 May 13 Mon, 11 Fri, 15 May Thu, 30 Apr Fri, 01 May Final date for full payment of 1 st Semester Fees Workers Day (Public Holiday) 14 Mon, 18 - Fri, 22 May Tue, 19 May DP refusals published Wed, 20 May Thu, 21 Mon, 25 May DP refusals published MBCHB 2 and 3 Lectures end Lectures end MBCHB 2 and 3 Study period Thu, 21 May Final date for submission of DP Appeals to School Offices Final date for submission of DP Appeals to School Offices MBCHB 2 and 3 15 Mon, 25 Sat, 30 May Tue, 26 May First Semester Exams commence (incl. Saturdays) Mon, 25 Fri, 29 May Mon, 25 Fri, 29 May Exam week MBChB 2 and 3 MBChB 4 and 5 Block 3 Exam week

45 Sessional Dates Mon, 01 Jun Sat, 06 Jun Exam week Mon, 01 Fri, 05 Jun Mon, 08 Fri, 12 Jun Mon, 8 Fri 12 Jun MBChB 6 Block 3 Exam week MBChB 4 and 5 Study week for Supps MBChB 6 Study week for Supps MBChB 4 and 5 Supplementary Exam week 17 Wed, 10 Jun First Semester Exams end Thu, 11 Tue, 16 Jun Fri 12 Jun Mon, 15 Sat, 20 Jun Mon, 15 Fri 19 Jun Break between exams MBChB 4 and 5 Semester Ends MBChB 6 Supplementary Exam week 18 Tue, 16 Jun Youth Day (Public Holiday) Wed, 17 Jun Fri, 19 Jun 1 st Semester Supplementary Exams commence Supplementary exams commence MBChB 2 and 3 1 st semester ends for first year students MBChB 6 Semester Ends Mon, 22 Fri, 26 Jun Mon, 22 Jun Selectives continue, MBChB 2 and 3 19 Wed, 24 Jun Supplementary Exams end First Semester ends Semester 1: Teaching days: Monday 12, Tuesday 14, Wednesday 14, Thursday 13, Friday 12 : 65 days Study leave: 5 days; Examinations: 14 days; Supp. exams: 7 days; Compensatory days: Tue,07 Apr & Wed, 08 Apr Thu, 25 Jun Tue, 21 Jul MID-YEAR BREAK (Winter Vacation) Fri, 03 Jul Fri, 10 Jul Fri, 17 Jul Supplementary Exam marks to be captured on SMS by 12h00 Release of 1 st semester results after Exam Boards at 00:01 am Eid-Al-Fitr (condoned absence)

46 Health Sciences 36 SEMESTER 2: Mon, 29 Jun MBChB 4 and 5 Block 4 commences Mon, 06 Jul Wed, 08 Jul Tue, 14 Jul MBChB 6 Block 4 commences Lectures commence for third year students Lectures commence for second year students Mon, 20 Fri, 24 Jul Mon, 20 Jul Lectures commence for first year students 1 Wed, 22 Jul Second Semester commences 2 Mon, 27 Fri, 31 Jul On or before Tue, 28 Jul Lectures commence Thu, 23 Jul Deadline for submission of Exclusion Appeals Deadline for applications for remarks CEACOM meetings (College Exclusion Appeals Comm.) 3 Mon, 03 Fri, 07 Aug Mon, 03 Aug AEACOM meeting Mon, 03 Aug MBChB 4 and 5 DP refusals published Mon, Aug MBChB 4 and 5 Block 4 Exam week Tue, 04 Aug Final date for 2 nd semester registration of ALL qualifications (except first entry research Masters and PhDs). Final date for submitting curriculum changes Final date for requests for extended DPs; Concessions Mon, 03 Aug MBChB 4 and 5 DP refusals published 4 Mon, 10 Fri, 14 Aug Mon, 10 Aug Women s Day (Public Holiday) observed Tue, 11 Aug MBChB 4 and 5 Block 5

47 Sessional Dates 37 commences 5 Mon, 17 Fri, 21 Aug Mon, 17 Aug MBChB 6 Block 4 Exam week Mon, 17 Aug MBChB 6 DP refusals published Mon, 19 Aug Final date for submission of MBChB 6 DP Appeals to School Office 6 Mon, 24 Fri, 28 Aug Mon, 24 Aug MBChB6 Block 5 commences 7 Mon, 31 Aug Fri, 04 Sep Mon, 31 Aug Final date for payment of fees for the 2 nd Semester 8 Mon, 07 Fri, 11 Sep Fri, 11 Sep Final date for withdrawal from a module Final date for withdrawal from the University (Semester 2) Final timetable for main and supplementary examinations released 9 Mon, 14 Fri, 18 Sep Mon, 14 Sep Rosh Hashanah (Condoned absence) Sat, 19 Sep Sun, 27 Sep 10 Mon, 28 Sep Fri, 02 Oct Mon, 14 Sep MBChB 4 and 5 DP refusals published Wed, 16 Sep Final date for submission of MBChB 4 and 5 DP Appeals to School Office Tue, 15 Fri, 18 Sep MBChB 4 and 5 Block 5 Exam week STUDENT MID-TERM BREAK BREAK (MBCHB 1 students only) Mon, 21 Sep MBChB 4 and 5 Block 6 commences Wed, 23 Sep Yom Kippur (Condoned absence) Eid-Al-Adhah (Condoned absence) Thu, 24 Sep Heritage Day (Public Holiday)

48 Health Sciences Mon, 05 Fri, 09 Oct Mon, 05 Fri, 09 Oct MBChB 6 Block 5 Exam week Mon, 05 Oct MBChB 6 DP refusals published Wed, 07 Oct Final date for submission of MBChB 6 DP Appeals to School Office 12 Mon, 12 Fri, 16 Oct Mon, 12 Oct MBChB 6 Block 6 commences Wed, 14 Oct DP refusals published MBChB 3 students. Lectures end MBCHB 3 students 13 Mon, 19 Sat, 24 Oct Exam week MBCHB 3 students Exam 1 14 Mon, 26 Oct Sun, 01 Nov Thu, 22 Oct DP refusals published MBChB 1 students Mon, 26 Oct DP refusals published Clinical Lectures commence MBChB 3 students Mon, 26 Oct MBChB 4 and 5 DP refusals published Wed, 28 Oct Final date for submission of MBChB 4 and 5 DP Appeals to School Office Mon, 26 Fri, 30 Oct MBChB 4 and 5 Block 6 Exam week Tue, 27 Oct Lectures end MBChB 1 students Wed, 28 Oct Sun, 01 Nov Wed, 28 Oct Study period Final date for submission of DP Appeals to School Offices Final date for MBChB DP appeals to be submitted

49 Sessional Dates 39 Fri, 30 Oct Final date for submission of College handbooks for Mon, 02 Sat, 07 Nov Mon, 02 Nov Second Semester Exams commence (incl. Saturdays) Mon, 02 Fri, 06 Nov Tue, 03 Nov 16 Mon, 09 Sat, 14 Nov Mon, 09 Sat, 14 Nov Exam week Examinations commence MBChB 1 students MBChB 4 and 5 Study week for Supps DP refusals published, MBChB 2 students. Lectures end, second year students Mon, 09 Examination week, second and fourth years. 5 th yr supps Mon, 09 Fri, 13 Nov MBChB 4 and 5 Supplementary Exam week Wed, 11 Nov Diwali/Deepavali (Condoned absence) (No exams scheduled) Mon, 16 Sat, 21 Nov Mon, 16 Fri, 20 Nov MBChB 4 Selectives (CMED4EL) Tue, 17 Nov Wed, 18 Nov Thu, 19 Nov- Fri 20 Nov Lectures end third year clinical module. Exams end 2 nd yr Examinations end - first years. Examinations, third year clinical module 17 Wed, 18 Nov Second Semester Exams end Thu, 19 Mon, 23 Nov Break between Exams Mon, 23 Sat, 28 Nov Mon, 23 Fri, 27 Nov MBChB 4 Selectives (CMED4EL)

50 Health Sciences 40 Mon, 23 Fri, 27Nov Mon, 23 Nov MBChB 6 Block 6 Exam week Mon, 23 Nov MBChB 6 DP refusals published 18 Tue, 24 Nov 2 nd Semester Supplementary Exams commence Mon, 30 Nov Fri, 04 Dec Wed, 25 Nov Wed, 25 Nov Supplementary examinations commence MBCHB 1 students Supplementary examinations commence MBChB 2 and 3 Final date for submission of MBChB 6 DP Appeals to School Office Fri, 27 Nov MBChB 4 and 5 Semester Ends Mon, 30 Nov Fri, 04 Dec MBChB 6 Study week for Supps 19 Tue, 01 Dec 2 nd Semester Supplementary Exams end Second Semester ends Fri, 04 Dec Last day for submission of theses/dissertations to the Post-Graduate Administrative Offices for possible April 2016 Graduation Semester 2: Teaching days: Monday 12, Tuesday 13, Wednesday 13, Thursday 13, Friday 13 : 64 days Study leave: 5 days; Examinations: 14 days; Supp. exams: 7 days; Compensatory day: 0

51 Sessional Dates 41 YEAR-END BREAK: Mon, 07 Fri, 11 Dec Mon, 07 Fri, 11 Dec MBChB 6 Supplementary Exam week Thu, 10 Dec Supplementary marks to be captured on SMS by 12h00 Mon, 14 Fri, 18 Dec Wed, 16 Dec Day of Reconciliation (Public Holiday) Fri, 18 Dec Release of 2 nd semester results after Exam Boards (00:01 am) Mon, 21 Sat, 26 Dec 24 Dec University Offices close at 16h30 (24/12/2015) and re-opens on the 02 nd January 2016 Fri, 25 Dec Christmas Day (Public Holiday) Sat, 26 Dec Day of Goodwill (Public Holiday) Please note: The University of KwaZulu-Natal reserves the right to change any of the said Sessional Dates, solely in its discretion, and without any liability for inconvenience and/or loss occasioned thereby.

52 Academic Monitoring and Exclusion 42 ACADEMIC MONITORING AND EXCLUSION INTRODUCTION INFORMATION for STUDENTS The Academic Monitoring and exclusions Policy applies to all students registered in undergraduate degrees across all Colleges. An extract from the policy is included below for the information of students. The Academic Monitoring and Exclusion Policy is based on a system of classifying student academic performance as good academic standing ; at risk or severely underperforming with appropriate interventions and actions for each category. Every undergraduate student s performance is assessed at the end of each semester and their status, based on their academic performance at the end of the semester or subsequent supplementary exams, is determined and reflected on the student administration system as green, orange or red. The aim of this policy is to enable underperforming students to be identified early and offered academic, personal and careers counselling. Appropriate interventions and systems of support are expected to reduce dropout rates and exclusions and to improve throughputs and completion rates. Specifically the implementation of this policy means that no academically underperforming student will be excluded from the university in their first year of study. However, it also means that if a student does not respond to support interventions and continues to underperform, s/he will be required to appeal for readmission to the same or a different College after three semesters at university. If readmitted and does not meet set probation requirement while on final probation, then the student will be excluded after four semesters and no further appeals allowed. Appeals are first considered at College level (CEACOM). All unsuccessful appeals will be referred to a university wide committee (AEACOM) for final decision. Students will finally be excluded from the university on account of poor academic performance after all other avenues have failed to restore their academic performance to the required level. Exclusion holds for a minimum period of one year unless otherwise stipulated. Thereafter a student may apply for admission to the same or another College at UKZN if s/he is able to demonstrate that s/he has achieved a level of competence satisfactory to the relevant College or has resolved the personal circumstances that led to poor performance. Admission or readmission will be at the discretion of the College to which the student applies and according their admission requirements. Colleges will specify broad guidelines for what will be deemed satisfactory competence level for readmission.

53 Health Sciences 43 CLASSIFICATION OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE Each College defines minimum progression requirements, either on a College-wide basis or per qualification or group of qualifications. These are used in categorising academic performance. The categories of academic performance and the consequent interventions and actions are as follows: Good academic standing (Green) New students who register for the first time and have not transferred from another College of the university are initially deemed to be of good academic standing and coded green. A student remains coded green provided s/he has passed at least 75% of the maximum expected credit load to date and also has passed 70% or more of the normal credit load this semester. These are regarded as acceptable performance levels; however optional counselling and support is available if requested. At risk (Orange) A student who is at risk is required to participate in a compulsory developmental programme including academic counselling, a possible modified curriculum as well as student counselling for personal, life skills and/or career counselling. A student may be deemed at risk when: his/her performance is above the applicable minimum progression requirements for that qualification or College but is not at the level of green, that is, s/he has not passed 75% of the maximum expected credits to date; fewer than 70% of the normal credit load has been passed in the current semester. credits are below the applicable minimum progression requirements for that qualification or College but the student has been registered for 1 semester only, the student is placed on academic probation with specific and realistic conditions. Even if such a student is performing below the applicable minimum progression requirements s/he will remain at risk (orange) provided s/he continues to meet the set probation requirements which are reviewed each semester Underperforming (Red) A student will be coded red when his/her performance falls below the applicable minimum progression requirements for that qualification or College and s/he has been registered for 2 semesters or more. The first time a student becomes red s/he is placed on strict academic probation. After compulsory academic and personal or career counselling s/he may be permitted to continue in the same qualification or may be advised to redirect to another qualification in the same or another College. A student will become red for a second time if s/he does not achieve the probation conditions set in the previous semester or if, after improving performance for a period, the student again drops below the required levels. In this case, the student must appeal to be

54 Academic Monitoring and Exclusion 44 readmitted to the same or a different qualification or College. If a student is readmitted following a successful appeal, s/he is placed on final probation with specific conditions to be met and continued academic support. If a student who was severely underperforming ( red ) responds to interventions, achieves probation requirements and eventually works back to good academic standing ( green ), s/he will be deemed to be rehabilitated and the previous period as red will not be considered should s/he subsequently lapse. If a student does not respond to such interventions and s/he continues to underperform s/he must appeal for readmission and may or may not be readmitted on final probation. If readmitted and still does not respond to interventions while on final probation the student will be excluded. No further appeals are allowed. Students who transfer between qualifications carry their history and academic status with them. Students will normally only be accepted into a new qualification if they are able to complete the new degree in the maximum time permitted for this degree, which includes the semesters they have already spent at UKZN and for which they may have generated credits towards the new degree. The implementation of the policy is illustrated in the flow diagram below.

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