‘Blind-spots in mainstream undergraduate teaching: Philosophy, Ethics and Epidemiology’

15 Sep 2014 - 15:00

The Curriculum, Poverty and Inequality Seminar Series ‘aims to facilitate meaningful discussion and debate on how academics at UCT engage with matters relating to poverty and inequality in South Africa through their curricula. On 5 August 2014, the seminar focused on philosophy, ethics and epidemiology, with presentations from George Hull of the Philosophy Department, Buhle Zuma of the Psychology Department and Anwar Mall of General Surgery, sharing insights from their teaching practice.