Seeds of Science: Season 2, Episode 7
African philosophies and healthcare: Dr. Saul Cobbing on retraining non-specialists to deliver healthcare at UHN and in South Africa
Saul Cobbing is a qualified Physiotherapist and is a Research Fellow at TIER, UHN. He graduated with a PhD in Physiotherapy in April 2017. His research focuses on developing and implementing community
interventions for the rehabilitation of people living with HIV and other chronic diseases, in underresourced
communities. He has published over 30 peer-reviewed articles to date.
He is married and has two children, Daniel (12) and Lola (9). Having been in Canada for just over a year now, he has started the somewhat difficult process of learning to skate, while his children skate rings around him.
Current Position: Postdoctoral Researcher at The Institute for Education Research with Dr. Nikki Woods, Honorary Professor at the University of KwaZuliu-Natal, South Africa.
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