Dr Zarina Sonday began her medical career by qualifying as a medical doctor from the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa. She went on to complete her specialist training in Nuclear Medicine and is a fellow of the College of Nuclear Physicians. For the past 10 years she practised as a Nuclear Medicine Specialist with a special interest in Paediatric Nuclear Medicine in both the private and public healthcare sectors within South Africa.
Understanding the importance of ethical conduct as an admirable trait in one’s personal and professional persona and whilst also being studious in nature, she went on to obtain a post-graduate diploma in Applied Ethics from University of Stellenbosch and continued further reading into Applied Ethics (social and political ethics) also at University of Stellenbosch.
Over the years she has amassed vast knowledge and interest into imaging, bioethics and the resolution of ethical dilemmas at the interface of social justice.
She now integrates her expertise in her role of Medicolegal Consultant at Medical Protection.