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"A tool for every day for every patient."

Nurse, South Africa

"PACK guide has great potential to improve clinical performance in primary health centres especially the concise and algorithmic arrangement of the content."

PACK Nigeria trainer
"[The Training] equipped me to be a confident and skilled trainer. I learned to be a good learner and to value other people’s ideas."

Nurse
“PACK really makes a big difference in our (clinicians) lives as well as our patients’ lives.”

Nurse, Eden district, SA
“Since PACK is here we can just go through the guideline and it takes one through the whole process with the patient.”

Nurse, Eden district, SA
KTU acknowledged by Faculty of Health Sciences (UCT)

KTU acknowledged by Faculty of Health Sciences (UCT)

Professor Ntobeko Ntusi, Head and Chair, Department of Medicine at UCT, acknowledges Knowledge Translation Unit’s work in ‘developing COVID-19 educational material for healthworkers and assisting provincial and national Department of Health with communication strategies through the development of posters, appropriate for every stage of the disease…’ 2 July 2020 | Faculty of Health Sciences, UCT Watch video…

Pearl Spiller, featured in TimesLive for youth day 2020

Pearl Spiller, featured in TimesLive for youth day 2020

KTU’s Head designer, Pearl Spiller, featured in TimesLive for youth day 2020. Pearl Spiller says it’s a privilege to know that her work is having an impact… 16 June 2020 | Times Live Read full article…

Working together to bring essential COVID-19 info to communities | UCT News

Working together to bring essential COVID-19 info to communities | UCT News

UCT News has featured a video interview with Professor Lara Fairall on the important work of the Knowledge Translation Unit, in partnership with WCDOH, fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. 19 May 2020 | UCT news Read full article…