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November 2021 sees the final roll out of this course, which is specifically designed for health professionals who are – or wish to become – engaged in expert medico-legal work.
In spite of the need to move online in 2020, the course is practical in nature and takes attendeees through the court process in a manner that properly prepares for the real experience of being in the witness box.
The Provision of Expert Opinion and Evidence as a Health Professional was first launched in November 2017 and has enjoyed running on an annual basis ever since.
It is UCT certified and SAMLA accredited.
In early 2021 the course enabled the granting of the first Elise Burns-Hoffman Bursary to a post-graduate Occupational Therapy student at UCT via the donation of an accumulation of a portion of Elise’s personal professional fee earned as the course convenor.
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