Dr Prashni Govender

Dr Prashni Govender

Name

Dr Prashni Govender

 

 

Telephone

Email

Campus

IALCH

Designation

Consultant

Academic Qualifications

Dr Govender graduated with an MBChB
(summa cum laude) in 2005 from UKZN and with a FCPath(Anatomical Pathology)  in 2012.

Biosketch

Dr Govender served an internship in
Pretoria Academic Hospital from 15/12/05 to 14/12/06. During this time, she
rotated through the Departments of 
General Surgery, Orthopaedics,Uurology, Obs and Gynae, Paediatrics and
Anaesthetics. She then completed a year’s community service in the Catherine
Booth Hospital in KZN. Dr Govender spent 6 months in the internal medicine
department and 6 months in the obstetrics and gynaecology department. She
joined the NHLS – Durban Department of Anatomical Pathology in 2008.

List of Presentations

 

2008:

Presented at journal club and short topics

Delivered a seminar presentation

 

2009:

Presented at journal club and short topics

Delivered a seminar presentation

Colorectal Club Presentation (The Language
of Molecular Pathology)

 

2010:

Presented at journal club and short topics

Delivered a seminar presentation

Presented at cardiothoracic seminar

 

2011:

Presented at journal club and short topics

Delivered a seminar presentation

Presented post-mortem seminars

Presented at plastic surgery symposium

Presented at combined St. Judes- Inkosi
Albert Luthuli Paediatric surgery meeting

 

CONGRESS

Attended laboratory medicine congress in September 2011

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING AT NELSON R. MANDELA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE-UKZN

 

2008

Delivered lectures to year 1 and year 2
MBChB students

 

2009

Delivered lectures to year 1, year 2 and
year 3 MBChB students

Delivered lectures to clinical sciences
students                                        

 

2010

Delivered lectures to year 1, year 2 and
year 3 MBChB students

Delivered lectures to clinical sciences
students      

 

2011

Delivered lectures to year 1, year 2 and
year 3 MBChB students

                                 

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