An article by Robert M. Kaplan in Scope, the Irish medical magazine about a return visit to South Africa.
About the Author
Robert Kaplan is a Clinical Associate Professor, Graduate School Of Medicine, University of Wollongong.
A forensic psychiatrist, writer and speaker, his books are Medical Murder: Disturbing Tales Of Doctors Who Kill (Allen & Unwin 2009) and The Exceptional Brain and How It Changed The World (Allen & Unwin 2011).
He has written on a range of medical, psychiatric, historic and forensic topics and is looking for something else to take up his time so he can yet again avoid finishing his autobiography Memoirs of a Marginal Medical Student.