About me

Hi, thank you for visiting my blog.

I love exploring different aspects of the healthcare system.  I’m particularly interested in access to care, how people make sense of the health system, decision making and interdisciplinary teamwork.  And obviously how we can use these insights to improve the healthcare system.

In real life I fluctuate between teaching, facilitating, researching and being a forever student. I collaborate and consult widely, even outside of healthcare.

I’m busy with a PhD and that keeps me fairly busy, so for 2018 don’t expect tooooo many blogs!  My PhD explores Emergency Centres in Cape Town, how it’s structured, how the people working there makes sense of the EC, how they communicate, make decisions and survive in the chaos!

Things that makes me happy include exercise, books, my friends, coffee, wine….and peanut butter 🙂 ohhh and chocolate!




















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