During Meetings Africa 2019 held recently in Johannesburg, a noticeable change of tone was detected in the young doctors and scientists attending the Association Day presented by the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA). It was a clear message to established medical association leaders that “Madiba’s Children” have arrived with legacy in their hearts.
One such voice is Dr. Makhotso Rose Lekhooa of the South African Society of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology, Lecturer in Pharmacology at Northwest University, and Liaison Officer of the Pharmacology for Africa Initiative. In a video interview, some of which The Iceberg has previously posted, she shared her views on inter-generational knowledge transfer at international association meetings, like the World Congress of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology.
“Madiba’s Children”: bridging the generation divide.