Scope's Blog It’s World Emoji Day on Sunday (17 July) and we’re celebrating by releasing a set of 18 emoji designs featuring disabled people and Paralympic sports. Billions of emojis are […]
As far as the use of Twitter in the South African health care market goes, more discussions are emerging by the day. The issue in south Africa is the […]
I am a South African facial difference patient advocate. “Facial difference” is a term which is being reviewed globally and many are hoping that it replaces other terms such as […]
I’ve just returned from the prestigious Doctors2.0 & You congress in Paris which was held at Cité internationale universitaire de Paris as the first South African ePatient advocate. I […]
I’m on my flight back to South Africa thinking about the Doctors2.0 and You congress I’ve just attended in Paris (5-6 June 2014) (#doctors20 / http://www.doctors20.com). I’ve decided to write […]
Difficulties I experienced as a Facial Difference patient in South Africa.
Facial Difference (Facial Disfigurement) as a Disability in South Africa An interesting topic which is related to facial difference conditions, is the question of when it is classed as a […]