Penelope Flack


Penelope Flack is a lecturer in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of KwaZulu-Nata, South Africa. Her research interests are language learning disability,developmental language disorder,  health  science education, in particular community based education (CBE) and cultural and linguistic diversity. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Therapy (Witwatersrand),  Master’s in Linguistics (Stellenbosch) and a Doctor of Education (KwaZulu-Natal). Dr Flack’s publications cover community based education, student retention, cultural diversity in practice and identity construction in children with language learning disability.

Presentations by Penelope Flack
Transformative tension for health care
Transformative tension for health care
Thursday 12th September 10:30am to 10:35am

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